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50 Years Of Ethno-Nationalist Terrorism Spot The Difference Competition

between the bridges

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Long past time the Ethno-Nationalist Terrorism apologist community moved forward...
 


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Ireland unfree will never be at peace.
 

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Which GAa team gave him the guard of honour.
We know it isn't a real Reb paramilitary funeral unless that happens.
 

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Which GAa team gave him the guard of honour.
We know it isn't a real Reb paramilitary funeral unless that happens.
A joint ceremony by the British army and PSNI GAA teams.
 

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Thanks for pointing out that Gerry marched without any covering of his face.
 

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well the ties are a nice touch but some of the lads need a show parade showing shirt ironed.
possibly lay off the pies could make the obvious joke about a diet but that would be tasteless get thee to a gymn and not to murder the owner actually to exercise
 

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well the ties are a nice touch but some of the lads need a show parade showing shirt ironed.
possibly lay off the pies could make the obvious joke about a diet but that would be tasteless get thee to a gymn and not to murder the owner actually to exercise


The lad front right forgot his tie and mask, FFS amateur mistake...
 

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Strange that Ratarse and co have nothing to say about a convicted terrorist politician attending a convicted child murderer terrorists funeral incumbent with all the traditional nationalist terrorist trappings...
 

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Strange that Ratarse and co have nothing to say about a convicted terrorist politician attending a convicted child murderer terrorists funeral incumbent with all the traditional nationalist terrorist trappings...
But he claimed earlier that the leader of the SDLP only went to the funeral because the INLA were on ceasefire and fully committed to peace loving and the law.
 

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But he claimed earlier that the leader of the SDLP only went to the funeral because the INLA were on ceasefire and fully committed to peace loving and the law.
so why does your group hate anyone with catholic parents
 
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Strange that Ratarse and co have nothing to say about a convicted terrorist politician attending a convicted child murderer terrorists funeral incumbent with all the traditional nationalist terrorist trappings...
Didn't work out the way you'd hoped? Even after the Fenian baxtards gave back your thread starting spiel.
 

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A show of strength at the wake of former Belfast INLA leader Martin McElkerney could cost its ex-prisoner group £400,000.

A number of Teach na Failte backers are considering cutting funding after images emerged showing armed and masked men fire a volley of shots outside McElkerney's home.

Co-operation Ireland, which oversees a £400,000 Open Doors grant given to the group in February, confirmed it has started a review into money awarded to ex-INLA prisoners.


 

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Hope they lose the cash as a warning to others armed cos play won't be tolerated.
 

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