Northern Irish protestants who can't spell
the word families but insist on spelling it familys.
Orangemen remember the battle of the boyne, fought in 1690. They
have marched on the 12th of July
for many hundreds of years
commemorating the victory of William of Orange, a protestant Dutch
prince, over the catholic, Scottish King James.
The only time in recent memory they
did not march was during
the two World Wars. The reason for this was because they
to see that they
were all hiding in their houses and to afraid to go to war and fight for their country. Unlike the catholics who signed up in large numbers
to fight the Germans.