TMN Cru!

Giant lettering by RACE and AKEN from TMN crew (The Most Nasty) above the writing on the Cupar Way “peace” line.
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The Devil’s Handshake

Vintage graffiti in sandy Row – “Devils handsake means fuck all”.
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Flush Your Toilet Down The Phone!

Life advice in Lower North Street in the city centre.
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Drug Dealers Will Be Shot

Action Against Drugs (AAD) is a republican paramilitary organisation (the “son of DAAD”, says The Guardian) that killed two people in 2017 that it accused of dealing drugs and ordered three others to leave Ireland (Irish News | Republican News). Allegations of corruption have been made against similar organisation (Belfast Media).
Nearby: A war of words over drug dealing: U’ll Do Nottin!
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2 For 50

In addition to half a dozen murals, including one of Medugorje (original | repaint), Berwick Road/Paráid An Ardghleanna in Ardoyne contains a set of ‘Stations Of The Cross’, the 14 steps recounting Jesus Of Nazareth’s last day. Other stations can be seen in U’ll Do Nottin | Changing The Stations.
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Antifa Zone

“Nazi scum” and “Antifa zone 161” on Berwick Avenue in Ardoyne, provoked by a proposed Britain First rally in December, 2017 (Belfast Live). The Britain First leaders who were arrested for speeches at an August rally are due to go on trial in April (BelTel). Deputy leader Jayda Fransen was also arrested in December for comments made in a video shot at the Cupar Way “peace” line (Telegraph).
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Free Yourself From Mental Slavery

This bleak and wintry scene, with snow about to fall, is of the garages between Shaws Road and Corrib Avenue. The words of Bob Marley’s Redemption Song echo Epictetus’s doctrine: “Free yourself from mental slavery – none but ourselves can free our minds”.
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Chaos

Colourful work by CHAOS in McKibben’s Court, Belfast.
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TMN’s On The Loose

Here are four pieces by TMN crew in McKibben’s Court, next to the CNB work by ACHES and EOIN in Kent Street (see the wide shot, below).
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Tread Softly Because You Tread On My Dreams

A line from WB Yeats’s The Cloths Of Heaven in (loyalist) south Belfast: “I have spread my dreams under your feet – Tread softly because you tread on my dreams.”
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