We Need to talk about Phil part 2

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I have written earlier about a man who is clearly mentally ill and by his own account a self-confessed mentally ill person.

I will call him by the name he calls himself now Phil Mac Giolla Bhain.

I wasn’t going to give this cretin anymore oxygen of publicity as his dubious reputation is in tatters to any self-respecting normal human being.

I fear I must yet again expose this cretin, this PIRA terrorist loving fool, this absolute buffoon of a man still holds sway in Scottish public life with some people whose hatred towards Rangers is so great that they will side with an absolute sectarian bigot of a man along as they can get a dig at the worlds most successful team!

You may recall dear reader that I exposed that Phil Gillivan dedicated his, now I believe being pulped book about Rangers to a certain Mick Derrig.

Mick Derrig was/is one of the many aliases that this so-called serious journalist uses this one he used when written in his friends the guardians Roy Greenslade PIRA rag of choice An Phoblacht.

One of the many articles of his that I will be re publishing in order to inform the deranged Rangers Haters especially this still remaining in BBC Scotland the sort of dangerous”Tactical bigot” they spoon feed “exclusives” too is the story of the murder of a certain Mr James Hardie wrote on thursday 31 august 2000 and published in An Phoblact.

Not pleased with his so called club Celtics 6 2 win over Rangers Phil Mac Giolla Bhain goes on to spin this disgusting piece of hate filled sectarian rebel rousing hatred that I will print in full at end of this Blog.

But not before I pick holes out of it by reporting the truth.

Under the Headline of KILLING FOR RANGERS Scotland’s unacknowledged sectarinism Phil Mac Giolla Bhain writes that

As the pub danced to Chris Sutton’s injury time tap-in last Sunday, as Celtic hammered Rangers 6-2, the moment for this son of Parkhead was spoiled.

 

It is no coincidence that Johnny Adair’s UDA have borrowed a modern Rangers anthem, `Simply The Best’, to strut their fascist stuff at Drumcree
The thought jumped into my head and would not go away. I will share it with you now. How many Celtic supporters are going to die tonight because of this? The answer, so far, is one.

James Hardie was watching TV with his kins at his home in Drumchapel. A man burst into his home and stabbed him repeatedly. Drumchapel is the peripheral housing estate on the Northwest edge of Glasgow that produced George Seawright.

If James Hardie’s killer is ever brought to justice, then it would surprise no one if he benefits from the eloquent sophistry of Donald Findlay QC. Findlay was Vice-Chairman of Rangers until he was filmed singing sectarian loyalist party tunes. Before being outed, Findlay had represented a number of loyalists in Scottish courts. No doubt they still call on his services.

well James Hardie’s killer was brought to justice and guess what?

under the Head line of

Celtic Fan stabbed Gers rival.

IAN SHARP writes

Celtic supporter Gary Rodgers was jailed for life yesterday for murdering a Rangers fan on his own doorstep.

Just hours after his team defeated Rangers 6-2 last August, Rodgers, 30, from Drumchapel, repeatedly stabbed James Hardie, 43. 

He fled father-of-six Mr Hardie’s home, leaving his Celtic baseball cap behind in the blood-stained garden. 

It had “Fighting Tims” printed on it and police scientists matched it to Rodgers’ DNA from his dandruff left inside the cap. 

A jury at the High Court in Glasgow took two hours to unanimously find him guilty of murdering his victim. 

It was never made clear during the trial if Old Firm rivalry had anything to do with why Rodgers attacked Mr Hardie. 

Judge Lord Nimmo Smith told Rodgers: “We have not heard the whole story about your motive. 

“You had a grievance which left you to go to your victim’s home. 

“There you inflicted brutal, grievous and fatal injuries, leaving a widow and six children in grief.” 

Rodgers was also found guilty of attempting to injure a 15-year-old girl with a knife at the scene. 

Rodgers’ co-accused, Derek Proctor, 20, from Glasgow Road, silverton, Dumbarton was cleared of the murder. He was also cleared of setting fire to a car to destroy evidence. 

Rodgers, who admitted a long list of previous convictions, smirked at the dead man’s family as he was led from court. 

Mick oh fuck it Im fed up with this mans insanity Phil Gillivan has not yet reported this story as fact instead of the falsehood he spread hours after an old firm game.

But what do you expect from a man who was salivating at the tragic death of Reamonn Gormley hoping, no preying it was sectarianly motivated hey and who’s to say it wasn’t ?

Who’s to say that those two hate filled violent neds of the Celtic family that were commonly seen on Irish republican marches that murdered Reamonn Gormley in cold Blood didn’t do so thinking young Reamonn Gormley a Rangers fan?

we will never know.

here is Mick’s I mean Phil’s article in full.

KILLING FOR RANGERS
Scotland’s unacknowledged sectarianism
BY MICK DERRIG
As the pub danced to Chris Sutton’s injury time tap-in last Sunday, as Celtic hammered Rangers 6-2, the moment for this son of Parkhead was spoiled.It is no coincidence that Johnny Adair’s UDA have borrowed a modern Rangers anthem, `Simply The Best’, to strut their fascist stuff at Drumcree
The thought jumped into my head and would not go away. I will share it with you now. How many Celtic supporters are going to die tonight because of this? The answer, so far, is one.
James Hardie was watching TV with his kins at his home in Drumchapel. A man burst into his home and stabbed him repeatedly. Drumchapel is the peripheral housing estate on the Northwest edge of Glasgow that produced George Seawright.
It has the twin social poisons of poverty and loyalism. I spent time there as a youth worker in the 1980s. I know the place well; I looked into its soul. I came away from Drumchapel with a settled view that loyalism in Scotland would, one day, be a major social problem which the Scottish nation would have to deal with.
There is now a regular body count of Catholics after every Old Firm game. Last season, a young man called McFadden with Donegal connections was stabbed to death – his crime was wearing a Celtic top. Another young man escaped death by the strength of his sternum – he was shot in the chest by a crossbow. He survived, to the bafflement of medics.
If James Hardie’s killer is ever brought to justice, then it would surprise no one if he benefits from the eloquent sophistry of Donald Findlay QC. Findlay was Vice-Chairman of Rangers until he was filmed singing sectarian loyalist party tunes. Before being outed, Findlay had represented a number of loyalists in Scottish courts. No doubt they still call on his services.
Jason Campbell, a UVF thug who slashed a young man’s throat to the spine, was heading for a conviction for murder. Findlay got the charge reduced by the skill of his courtroom oratory. Campbell’s victim was Mark Scott. He had made the fatal error of walking through Bridgeton in the East End of Glasgow wearing a Celtic Top.
What shocked nice polite Scottish society was that Mark Scott could’ve been one of their own (i.e. not a working class Taig). Mark Scott’s dad is a leading Scottish surgeon and a Protestant. His mother is a Catholic. Nice, middle class, tolerant, they allowed Mark to support Celtic. It cost him his life.
The Scottish media, even presented with this opportunity, chose not to examine this twisted sectarian belief system.
The culture that Rangers nurtures every match day is an open sewer that no one in Scottish society seems willing or able to address. It is no coincidence that Johnny Adair’s UDA have borrowed a modern Rangers anthem, `Simply The Best’, to strut their fascist stuff at Drumcree.
The badge of a Harryville protester was a Rangers scarf worn as a mask. Rangers keeper Andy Goram was photographed in his home in a room that could only be described as a shrine to loyalism. This is no ordinary soccer club.
The club’s unofficial battle hymn for generations has been `The Billy Boys’. It commemorates the exploits of the inter-war Glasgow gang of that name, founded by Billy Fullerton.
Fullerton was one of Mosely’s Blackshirts, a member of the British Union of Fascists and a founder member of the Ku Klux Klan in Scotland. His razor-wielding gang weighed in on the side of the state during the 1926 General Strike. Many of the Billy Boys received Certificates of Commendation from the Secretary of State for Scotland for services rendered during the General Strike.
There is a rich vein of fascism in Scotland stretching back to those days. It almost always wears a Rangers shirt.
There is no nationalist equivalent. Simply none.
The British Left wrap themselves up in a comfort blanket that says `both sides are as bad as each other’. This holds about as much water as saying that the Metropolitan Police would not have dealt with the Stephen Lawrence affair differently if Lawrence had have been a white kid who had been murdered by a group of black thugs.
No one seriously believes that anywhere. The Met are racists and the targets of that racism are the lower orders of English society. That means Black and Irish. In Glasgow it means a Catholic with, usually, an Irish surname.
An Irish surname is a major indicator in Scotland thatyou will be unemployed and that your dad was long-term unemployed. It is also a major indicator that you will have worse health than someone without an Irish surname – even when socio-economic factors are allowed for.
What Scottish society and the Scottish political elite – now complete with their own legislature – cannot, it would appear, come to terms with, is that there remains a problem of anti-Catholic/anti-Irish discrimination in Scottish society.
That discrimination legitimises, in the sick heads that killed Mark Scott and James Hardie, the killing of Taigs if the Rangers defence has an off day. Because in Scotland 2000, its still OK to be down on Taigs.
This fixture list slaughter hardly raises a comment from the concerned chattering classes now flying around the Scottish parliament. This is because Catholics still predominate in the lower socio-economic orders and it is an unwritten subtext that Catholics in Scotland, because so many of them have maintained an emotional attachment to Ireland, are not really full members of Scottish society.
For many in the West of Scotland, that is an accurate picture of their mindset. It is certainly the sense of identity I grew up with. We were expatriate Irish. That identity would not be a problem in New York; in Glasgow it can be a stabbing offence.
The next Old Firm game will have more deaths. They will be Catholics. As the graffiti in Portadown says `Any Fenian Will Do’.
At least on this island we recognise Adair’s belief system as a social problem. Even that nice Fintan O’Toole said it was a Bad Thing in the Irish Times. There is a wide consensus on this island, and not just among nationalists, that those Drumcree protesters are a social problem. They have a belief system that has no place in an agreed Ireland.
Scotland is still in denial. That is why the killing will continue.

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7 comments on “We Need to talk about Phil part 2

  1. allanwils says:

    The ‘sectarian’ murder in Blantyre of Reamonn Gormley., full coverage over pages and pages of numerous Papers and big coverage on the TV & Radio. Brave charity worker and Celtic fan , cut down in sectarian murder, marches, candle lit processions, questions in Holyrood etc ect

    Only flaw, as you say, it was 2 Republican Celtic fans who killed him , they even knew the guy from school.

    Was there pages and pages of apologises and stories highlighting the fact that it was Celtic fans who carried out this attack, you are joking, hardly got a mention.
    But thats modern Scotland, why let facts get in the way of the rabid bigots attacks on Rangers fans, these attacks are now coming from Scotland, Ireland and England. All the while pushing the TGFITW myth.

    Good to see you back, was starting to worry.

  2. scott says:

    The sectarianism just oozes from 3 names piece so much so a can’t finish reading it at one sitting. It is totally sickening and it’s hard to read or recognise the Scotland he portrays, it is more a reflection of his state of mental health.sick.twisted.bitter.

    • preston says:

      Iam a resident of drumchapel and have been for 35 years, this mans take on my scheme is as fictional as his best selling novel (hint of sarcasm there) its hard to take someone serious who refers to all rangers fans as the underclass of scotland then in the same breath calls us a clan with a capital K, a bigot nonetheless but a very dangerous one at that as he appeals to the young and extreme element among the celtic family, please keep exposing this man sorry bitter pitiful human being, be sure I will be passing this blog onto many.

  3. Paulski says:

    Sick, twisted, bitter. Phil Gillivans take on what he sees is Glasgows, not Scotland’s, sectarian underclass.. The rangers fans and community as a whole. Well, mr Gillivan, u sir, are sadly mistaken. Certainly there are the odd few who would certainly fit with your description, but that is a social issue as a whole for the city that has to be dealt with. The VAST MAJORITY if our loyal support would not even think about putting themselves in these situations. Most are hard working, diligent, humane, friendly family oriented men and women who like nothing better than to support their club when the time comes, either in their spare time watching the match in the stadium, or having their own private support at home. There is utterly no suggestion of all rangers fans being part if this sectarian section. This sir, is you wanting to believe what you think you saw when you were brought up here. Whatever made you move to Donegal away from your home city is unknown, it certainly keeps you at arms length from reality anyway let me tell you. What you would be better off doing is not reporting on anything Glasgow football based. It make you look silly when you dot write the truth. There are plenty, and I mean, PLENTY of terrorist elements within that club you support, this obviously takes the blind side of your vision, you simply don’t wish to see the reality. That argument is for another day. What’s real now is the fact that you sir, are a liar, and you are making a living from those lies. Morality? You have no morals if you feel this is acceptable.. Society is rotten because of many things, putting it ALL down to rangers fans is both foolish and ridiculous.. But I you believe your own fairy story, then more fool you.

    • Justice says:

      Phil Mc Multi Monikers. Here’s a guy tarred by a sickening sectarian brush who changes his name regularly.
      Phil in my opinion is guilty of creating sectarian hatred with his “back of the bus” chip on his shoulder rhetoric he produces.
      Here’s a guy who in his own mind is a poor mans Che Guevara, Martin Luther King or Malcolm X type legend to his followers. I feel he does a terrible disservice to the many Black or Jewish people etc who have actually suffered terrible race hate crimes against them with his “back of the bus” comments about Irish Catholic people and the so called victimisation they suffer in Scotland.
      I honestly believe most Irish Catholics can see straight through Phil and his rantings as being nonsense, but there will be readers who believe his rhetoric and feel mighty aggrieved about the unjust treatment he rants on about.
      Phil seems to relate all things bad in the world straight back to Ibrox and the Rangers Fanbase and uses words like the Klan and Underklass(sic) when describing us. By using these words along with his “back of the bus” stuff he’s trying to convince folk of the so called terrible race crimes he’s suffered like Blacks and Jews etc. As I said earlier doing a disservice to true race crime victims of the world.
      In contrast to all things bad lead to Ibrox Phil finds all things good in the world emanates from Celtic Park where he overlooks bananas being thrown onto the park when Rangers black player Mark Walters played there,the Torbet child abuse case was covered up or the numerous physical attacks on opposing players by fans running onto the pitch at Celtic Park.
      Strange I’m sure you’d agree.
      Phil also uses his position within the National Union of Journalists (NUJ ) to convince anyone who’ll listen of the terrible things Rangers and their fans do in his eyes. Alex Thomson,Graeme (Matt McGlone’s ex flat mate )Spiers and some others all now use Phils “Underklass ,Klan” words when talking of Rangers Fans so called terrible crimes as if fully converted members of Phils Cult.
      As Phil seems to think he’s some sort of People’s Champion maybe he’s following the great Muhammed Ali who changed his name from Cassius Clay which he said was the slave name handed down to him by the slave traders. Who knows but one things for sure Phil really is in a James Dean kinda way
      THE RHEBEL WITHOUT A CLUE , a real legend in his own lunchtime.

      Justice.

  4. Gary Goldie says:

    Phil Do you even try to get the facts before sitting down and typing this bile out.
    Two stories about murders in Scotland both committed by taigs as you like call Catholics.

  5. “We Need to talk about Phil part 2 THE MAN THE BHEASTS CAN’T TAME” was indeed a fantastic blog post. If merely there were significantly more weblogs like this specific one in the actual word wide web. Nonetheless, thanks a lot for your precious time, Vicki

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