In Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, the pro-British thugs performed poorly again. A group of young people hijacked a bus and set it on fire. The policeman was also stoned to death.
The bus is completely burned out:
From then on Last week Restless in Belfast. The car caught fire and dozens of policemen were injured. The pro-British thugs are angry at the post-Brexit customs border between Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom.
The Protestant Democratic Union of Northern Ireland (DUP) and Sinn Féin of the pro-Irish party blamed each other and fueled the fire. For example, DUP said that last year the judiciary decided not to prosecute Sinn Fein’s party members because they violated the Corona rules at a large funeral last year and the rioters acted helplessly. Instead, Sinn Fein said, DUP’s attitude towards customs borders is causing problems.
British Prime Minister Johnson said on Twitter that he was “deeply concerned” about the violence that broke out in Belfast. “There is no doubt that it is an attack on the police who protect the public and the company, an attack on bus drivers and journalists. Disagreements must be resolved through dialogue, not violence or crime.”
The conflict between Ireland and Northern Ireland has a long history: