THE ELECTORAL CAMPAIGN OF SOCIAL RESEARCHER, CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST, SPIRITUAL AUTHOR AND LIVING MARTYR JAMIE BRYSON IS WELL UNDERWAY!!!!!!
Prominent loyalist Jamie Bryson is hoping his electoral dreams will become a reality, thanks to the support of a new Bangor community group.
Independent Ards councillor Jimmy Menagh officially opened the new premises of the Voluntary Education Forum, overlooking Bangor’s High Street, on Monday (3rd) night.
The Spectator understands the community group’s office will be used as a base for Mr Bryson’s European and local council election campaigns.
However it is not yet known which political party the leading flags protestor will be standing for or if he will be running as an independent candidate.
It is understood that the office is currently funded voluntarily through fundraising within the local community.
Around 50 supporters attended the official opening, including fellow prominent loyalist campaigner Willie Frazer, with some travelling from as far afield as Londonderry and mid-Ulster.
Councillor Jimmy Menagh officially opened the office and praised the work of the group.
He said, “The most important thing is the community, you have to be out there working for the people. People have to trust you and see you working in the community.”
Mr Menagh said, “If you are going to stand for election people have to see you working and working with everybody.”
Jamie Bryson said, ”This office will seek to provide a community base for those who feel disenfranchised and excluded from the current [APPEASEMENT] process in [BRITISH ULSTÈR].
“The office will seek funding but must make clear that we are not prepared to sell ourselves into a process we feel is wrong simply for financial gain.
“This community group will not be bought nor will be bending over backwards to feed anyone’s concession metre.
“We will do what is right and seek to help the community. Thanks must be extended to East Belfast EXIT project and West Winds Historical Society for their help in getting the office on its feet.”
Mr Bryson previously stood as a candidate for the Community Partnership Northern Ireland party in the 2011 local council elections but failed to win a seat [DUE TO SINN FEIN/IRA BALLOT STUFFING AND THE PSNI’S INTIMIDATION OF VOTERS!!!!!].