Ulster loyalist Willie Frazer visits Dundalk to confront Gerry Adams
Ulster loyalist activist Willie Frazer visited Dundalk today claiming that he was looking for a face to face meeting with Sinn Féin president and Louth TD Gerry Adams.
A leader of the infamous Love Ulster campaign, Mr Frazer is unhappy at Mr Adams’ involvement in the ongoing talks to establish a Government in Northern Ireland.
In a clip recorded outside Deputy Adams’ Crowe Street office, Mr Frazer said he has been subject to threats and intimidation from Republicans and claims that Adams was avoiding him.
He also accused Mr Adams of not being impartial, saying he was a “foreign TD from a foreign country involved in the talks.”
He added James Brokenshire was “as good a man as you could get” amid Mr Adams’ claim this week that the Northern Ireland Secretary of State was not an acceptable chairman of talks aimed at restoring powersharing at Stormont.
Mr Frazer added that he came to Dundalk to let Sinn Féin know that “we haven’t gone away and have no intention of going away.”
The Sinn Féin president was not present to meet with Mr Frazer, who hails from Co Armagh. Yesterday Adams held a meeting in 10 Downing Street with British Prime Minister Theresa May where he informed her she was in breach of the Good Friday Agreement over her attempts to form a Government with the DUP.
Talk of the Town understands Mr Frazer did not actually call into the Sinn Fein offices despite recording his message outside it.
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