By Brian Feeney
Nineteen years ago, almost to the day, Paisley stood on a platform outside Belfast city hall roaring at a monster crowd of unionists, perhaps 100,000 strong. Beside him stood his glove puppet, the Ulster Unionist leader Jim Molyneaux whom Paisley held in a suffocating political embrace. It was the inauguration of the ‘Ulster says NO!’ campaign. Just to cap it all, Paisley concluded his harangue by bellowing, ‘We say nevaar, nevaar, nevaar’.
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