Why is there rioting in northern ireland

Posted on 25.05.2019 by Admin
Marches that want to go through an area where they are not wanted can often lead to riots for example. It's a drama without an audience and it's so predictable. Northern Ireland is in the north and northeast of Ireland.

Industrial Sectors Of Northern Ireland And The Republic Of Ireland.

The disturbances started on Friday, after an Orange Order parade was stopped from returning along part of the Crumlin Road in north Belfast. Civil rights marches were repeatedly attacked by both Ulster Protestant loyalists and by the Royal Ulster Constabulary RUC, a unionist and largely Protestant police force. A car was set alight in the middle of the road. It follows a fifth night of rioting in parts of Northern Ireland on Tuesday. I am prejudice of the people through pity. As the north of Ireland the province of ulster was predominantly protestant following the plantation being part of Britain appealed to them as Britain. Because of this I doubt they will get as severe.
Severe rioting lasted for two months and seemed to centre on the tricky question of why Northern Ireland, composed of six north-eastern counties in Ireland, is part of the United Kingdom. Also in the north of the city, there were reports of disorder in the Woodvale Road and a number of petrol bombs were thrown at a police vehicle on the Whitewell Road. She says the now annual Belfast disturbances cannot be compared to the widespread rioting in England last year. Effectively you have to go out of your way to be offended. Officers came under attack at North Queen Street with petrol bombs and other missiles. There are no unions and no human rights. The riots in Northern Ireland came to me as no surprise.