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Se0samh

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Indeed, the Conservative and unionist party as they were then called, opposed the introduction of the British welfare state and the introduction of the NHS in 1945, they and the DUP/UDA would have it done away with tomorrow............if they could get away with it.

Still are, as was and still is the home grown unionist party(ies).........:)
 

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Meh........a week is along time in politics.......a couple of decades is an eternity in publishing...........:cool:


Sure is, crumb mentions 1986 in his rant and I wonder would he be as enamoured with the Tories then as he and his bunch of bigots are now?:lol::lol::lol:

Was it 100,000 or 200,000 of them who came on the streets screaming for Thatcher's head?:lol:

To condense it all, you simply could not make up the crumbs of this World.:lol:.....such an AH.
 

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Still are, as was and still is the home grown unionist party(ies).........:)

There was a standoff between the two during the conflict when they blew hot and cold at each other, totally agree though, they are all pals today..........for obvious reasons of course:lol:
 

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Isn't it great to see thickymac endorsing Westminster Rule :D


P1$$ poor deflection and blatant lies crumb, please address the factual points raised and your backing of unionist politicos to screw the most vulnerable in your community.
 

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There was a standoff between the two during the conflict when they blew hot and cold at each other, totally agree though, they are all pals today..........for obvious reasons of course:lol:
A Whig called Palmerston once said this "We have no eternal allies, and we have no perpetual enemies. Our interests are eternal and perpetual, and those interests it is our duty to follow..." he was speaking of "England" but describes the Tories perfectly, they will buy and sell anyone in pursuit of what they see as their interests(though they are fond of cloaking that with the term National no longer England:rolleyes:). Our home grown unionists know this but like the cowed dog they keep licking the hand of their master, hoping beyond hope for better treatment.

They never seem to learn that the easily bought are even more easily sold, there is a term for people who cannot learn from the past and keep repeating the same behaviour whilst looking for a different outcome....:)
 

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A Whig called Palmerston once said this "We have no eternal allies, and we have no perpetual enemies. Our interests are eternal and perpetual, and those interests it is our duty to follow..." he was speaking of "England" but describes the Tories perfectly, they will buy and sell anyone in pursuit of what they see as their interests(though they are fond of cloaking that with the term National no longer England:rolleyes:). Our home grown unionists know this but like the cowed dog they keep licking the hand of their master, hoping beyond hope for better treatment.

They never seem to learn that the easily bought are even more easily sold, there is a term for people who cannot learn from the past and keep repeating the same behaviour whilst looking for a different outcome....:)


Absolutely nail on head stuff, when you mentioned the "sold" word it reminded me of the pic a guy posted once which depicted the sign on a Belfast wall which read 'Ulster is not for Sale' in red white and blue and underneath it a message in green white and orange.....'Who wants to buy it':lol:
 

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A Whig called Palmerston once said this "We have no eternal allies, and we have no perpetual enemies. Our interests are eternal and perpetual, and those interests it is our duty to follow..." he was speaking of "England" but describes the Tories perfectly, they will buy and sell anyone in pursuit of what they see as their interests(though they are fond of cloaking that with the term National no longer England:rolleyes:). Our home grown unionists know this but like the cowed dog they keep licking the hand of their master, hoping beyond hope for better treatment.

They never seem to learn that the easily bought are even more easily sold, there is a term for people who cannot learn from the past and keep repeating the same behaviour whilst looking for a different outcome....:)
Thats pretty much politicians every where .

The Irish politicians see “ Our Interests “ as the interests of the Politicians themselves . Thats why they sell the Irish People to the EU and Bankers .
 

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whats all the fuss about bwigey ? :roll: lol
Here horse tell us the wan about shin flake ready to deal 2 years ago, thons a cracker...
 

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Here horse tell us the wan about shin flake ready to deal 2 years ago, thons a cracker...
same answer as before son......



he said she said from Oct 2017 😂


btw from your own link:-
A DUP statement on Saturday said that “the notion that an agreement is imminent and that the assembly will meet next week has no basis in fact given the present state of the talks”. Before Saturday’s Sinn Féin meeting, Mr Adams said he shared the DUP’s analysis.


Wow, now I know all this bad news & difficult times is really getting to you lad but ffs 😂


btw we have a draft of the Feb 2018 deal .. do you have the same for your he said she said nonsense .. nope, didnt think so :rolleyes:😂 .. ffs stop embarrassing yourself .. actually what am I saying .. get stuck in lad 😂

;)
Now lets go back to what we were actually discussing .. i.e. the Feb 2018 impending "agreement" that T May etc.. had flew in to oversee only to be embarrassed but the DUP reneging on instruction from the OO and the UDA/UVF ....

You shoud be livid with the DUP for putting unionism in this position (esp the border in the Irish Sea) but no, you're silly wee head is still full of hate for Sf who have nothing to do with your current woes

blame the DUP and the Conservative & "Unionist" party :love:
 
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same answer as before son......



he said she said from Oct 2017 😂


btw from your own link:-
A DUP statement on Saturday said that “the notion that an agreement is imminent and that the assembly will meet next week has no basis in fact given the present state of the talks”. Before Saturday’s Sinn Féin meeting, Mr Adams said he shared the DUP’s analysis.


Wow, now I know all this bad news & difficult times is really getting to you lad but ffs 😂


btw we have a draft of the Feb 2018 deal .. do you have the same for your he said she said nonsense .. nope, didnt think so :rolleyes:😂 .. ffs stop embarrassing yourself .. actually what am I saying .. get stuck in lad 😂

;)
Now lets go back to what we were actually discussing .. i.e. the Feb 2018 impending "agreement" that T May etc.. had flew in to oversee only to be embarrassed but the DUP reneging on instruction from the OO and the UDA/UVF ....

You shoud be livid with the DUP for putting unionism in this position (esp the border in the Irish Sea) but no, you're silly wee head is still full of hate for Sf who have nothing to do with your current woes

blame the DUP and the Conservative & "Unionist" party :love:


It was forecast at the time that the British Tories had long memories and the jurassics within onionism would pay dearly for trying to make Knuts outta them.........so true as it transpired.😂
 

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It was forecast at the time that the British Tories had long memories and the jurassics within onionism would pay dearly for trying to make Knuts outta them.........so true as it transpired.😂
Sure didnt big Jarry Adams even tell them it would all end in tears ... they shoulda listened to big Jarry ;) lol
 

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Sure didnt big Jarry Adams even tell them it would all end in tears ... they shoulda listened to big Jarry ;) lol


Indeed sir, I remember Gerry saying that before the ink was dry on their C&S supply arrangement with probably the worst PM Britain ever had to endure.
 


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