Who Put The Horse In The Horse Burger?

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It was the ‘Ra.

Willie Frazer (above) of the Northern Ireland victim advocate group FAIR and a loyalist activist, sat down with James Bennett of the University Times to discuss his intention to organise a Union Flag protest in Dublin.

Soon it got somewhat meatier

James Bennett: “Can you give me an example of money going missing?

Willie Frazer: “Yes. The Land Registry… I’ve got the officer I reported it to a number of years ago, and the documentation. One of them was a senior IRA man. As a matter of fact, three of them were senior IRA men, who had defrauded millions. If they had acted then, not only would they have saved the country millions, they wouldn’t have caused a fine of 70 million from Europe. But it was not in the public interest to follow it up. It’s the same with this horsemeat. We have it on public record that we raised that five years ago.”

Bennett: “About horsemeat?”

Frazer: “Yes.”

Bennett: Who raised this?

Frazer: “The victims.”

Bennett: “FAIR?”

Frazer: “Yes. And I can introduce you to the investigating officer that I reported it to.”

Bennett: “Why do think it didn’t come out then?”

Frazer: “Because senior IRA men were involved in it.”

Bennett: “The IRA were involved with putting horsemeat into beef products?

Frazer: “Yes.”

Bennett: “Why would they do that?”

Frazer: “To make money. It’s the same with cows that have to be sold within a certain number of months after they’re born. Basically old fat cows that are 30 months old have been put into the food chain because the republicans have the means of getting it in. And a blind eye has been turned to it. This is the kind of thing that’s going on that we’re sick of… There is a blind eye being turned to so much fraud so that they don’t upset the peace process. That is what is creating the problems here.”

They Took Our Flegs (James Bennett, University Times)

Thanks Eamonn Young

52 thoughts on “Who Put The Horse In The Horse Burger?

  1. Rod

    the victims of IRA violence really need to find a proper representative, they don’t deserve to be made fools of like this idiot does… the David Icke of the north

    1. Eamonn

      I don’t get it. I really don’t. The chap is barely coherent. He comes across like a cartoon character. I can’t believe the people behind him cannot see it.

      1. Rob

        Unfortunately, there are lot of people like him in that community.

        I mean, they voted Ian ‘Catholics bread like rats!’ Paisley in as their First Minister. He’s a complete looper – he used to hold protests outside rugby matches because he didn’t agree with sports being played on the Lord’s day of rest. Then they topped that one off by voting in the seriously unstable/homophobic Robinsons.

        Your heart has to go out to nationalists stuck in a dysfunctional statelet with the likes of those cretins as leaders.

        1. Rod

          certainly they are all far from perfect, but at least they didnt sign up to the killing of thousands of innocent people like McGuinness did, hallelujah!

        2. Sido

          “Your heart has to go out to nationalists stuck in a dysfunctional statelet with the likes of those cretins as leaders.”
          Yeah instead of being governed by the intellectual giants we have in the South.

          1. Rob

            Gerrymandering… denial of the right to vote… torture of detainees… thousands rounded up and interned… shooting civil rights protesters – it all pales in comparison with what the Irish Government makes you endure, Sido.

          2. Steve

            Still Rob, they could have done a lot worse, say maybe the bombing of random folk in pubs, communities, shops, town centres… simply because they are a different religion/political opinion to yours…

          3. Sido

            @ Rob – So because you have been allegedly tortured and made to suffer by small minded bigots – beyond my comprehension.

            Its OK to cut burgers with horse, to make yourselves a few bob, like compo for the suffering you’ve had to endure.
            Is that it?

          1. rhin

            @Steve…”Still Rob, they could have done a lot worse, say maybe the bombing of random folk in pubs, communities, shops, town centres… simply because they are a different religion/political opinion to yours…”

            such as the Greysteel Massacre at the Rising Sun Bar or Loughinisland massacre? or perhaps Milltown Cemetery Attack at a funeral? The Unionist had there own killings too, just because the RUC helped them doesn’t mean it didn’t happen.

  2. paul

    He may not be as crazy as he sounds. Well worth re reading the Sunday Times articles by John Mooney from last year. The illegal horsemeat trade is massive, the other illegal trading in horses including using the live animals as drug-mules (pardon the pun) and all these illicit activities’ ties with organised crime (for that read former paramilitaries) is highlighted in the stories by Mooney.
    The dept of ag here was made aware of all this last year but refused to act. In another country Coveney could be ‘talking to the police’ at the very least.

    1. shitferbrains

      Exactly. Photocopies of horse passports, fake microchips and bingo, horses in the foodchain full of horse drugs. Forget Wullies mangling of the English language.

    2. Sido

      When I worked in Mayo. During the last Foot & Mouth Crisis. The Gards had to go on the local radio, to whine about the Provos smuggling Scottish lamb into Claremorris, illegally and against all common sense. The Garda spokesman, said it wasn’t very patriotic.
      This story is not a stupid as it sounds.

  3. MKELLY

    Everyone is taking this cretin far too serriously. The only response, if any, is RIDICULE that Broadsheet readers seem to dish out pretty well!

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