SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood strongly condemns the recent appearance of a racist sticker adorned with Nazi imagery and far-right messaging in Derry, calling for the entire community to turn their backs against the far-right.
Said the Foyle MP: “The appearance of a sticker with far-right messaging and a Nazi symbol in Derry is a reprehensible act that goes against the principles of tolerance and inclusivity that our city upholds.
“Such a blatant expression of hate and discrimination has no place in Derry or Ireland and stands in stark contrast to the values of our diverse and tolerant community.
“As we continue to build a shared Ireland for all, we must stand united against any attempt to spread hatred, prejudice, or division.
“The far-right racists are not welcome in our city and should be challenged at every opportunity.
“Through unity and inclusivity, we can root out those who seek to promote hate and division in our city.
“The people of Derry embrace and welcome everyone who calls this city their home.
“The entire community stands against this hate,” added Mr Eastwood.Tags: