- Mar 19, 2018
Don't care grow up.'By now you should all know what this page stands for. The point of it is there’s still ongoing internment of Irish citizens by the British establishment in the occupied 6 counties of our island and until the day the establishment ceases to exist in our land and people freed then republican youth across the occupation will continue to resist and expose them for what they are in any means necessary ie have bonfires in protest.'
If the bonfires were endangering peoples lives, I would most certainly condemn them, but there clearly isn't a danger to peoples homes and lives as Gerry Kelly claimed. Gerry Kelly is a member of the Policing Board, so how are the people opposing Internment and the attack on the New Lodge by more than 15 armored vehicles the Dissenters? Gerry Kelly is collaborating in the oppression of his own people, and the continuing armed occupation of Ireland, and if he had any dignity or self-respect left he would resign from the Policing Board. He's a traitor to his class, his community and his country.
So Ratsarse doesn't think the Hunger strike "H block rally" were sectarian murderers, hardly a surprise as he didn't think the Enniskillen bombing or Shankill bombing were sectarian murders either.I have no idea what you are talking about. Were they worshipping sectarian murderers at the time? Care to elaborate?
All moronic childish bonfires should be banned and as far as I know all the main nationalist parties are 100% against themStrange our bonnie watchers missed this but here ye go...
Police have come under attack as they move in on a bonfire in the New Lodge area that is due to be lit on Thursday night.
Police have come under attack as they move in on a bonfire in the New Lodge area that is due to be lit on Thursday night.www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk
Sinister graffiti appeared close to the bonfire on Tuesday, threatening that if the structure is removed then a nearby community centre will be targeted.
Bonfire on Department for Infrastructure Belfast land ‘completely unacceptable’ - BelfastTelegraph.co.ukThe Department for Infrastructure has slammed a bonfire in north Belfast as “completely unacceptable”.www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk
Firstly, there's 1 armored vehicle in that picture. Have a look at the amount of them in the video on the Republican Sinn Féin site and decide for yourself who is lying and who is telling the truth.Its in the middle of the road Anton. Put there by Dissies to kick off with the cops and get people like you blaming Gerry Kelly for defending his community. As I said, you took the bait, hook, line and sinker
Obviously all SF are natural born liars.Firstly, there's 1 armored vehicle in that picture. Have a look at the amount of them in the video on the Republican Sinn Féin site and decide for yourself who is lying and who is telling the truth.
Secondly, if concern for the community was the reason they wanted them removed, why have they called for the dismantling of bonfires everywhere?
Thank fuk they have virtually zero support and all the main nationalist parties oppose them
You have a point Antoin, though I am partial to the occasional steak and Wicklow lamb. I also think vegans shouldn't be allowed to breed outside of their own kind!!If you put a stop to every bonfire on earth, it wouldn't make a blind bit of difference to global warming. It wouldn't even reduce CO2 levels from 385 parts/molecules per million to 384 parts/molecules per million. That is roughly 30% more than the levels which existed during each of the 24/5 periods of abrupt change. If you are so concerned about pollution, why don't you suggest slaughtering 90% of the cattle owned by the Big Farmers in the 6 Counties and the 26 Counties, and within 12 years the problem would be sorted, if it was replicated elsewhere.
Well, I like a bit of steak myself, but I'm not lecturing anyone over a bit of CO2 whilst making my contribution to Ch4, which is 100 times more damaging. With the type of disruption that is coming, vegans will have a better chance of survival, and veganism may in fact be the only way for the next generation to survive the catastrophe which will follow the abrupt change.You have a point Antoin, though I am partial to the occasional steak and Wicklow lamb. I also think vegans shouldn't be allowed to breed outside of their own kind!!
Yes, bang bangWell, I like a bit of steak myself, but I'm not lecturing anyone over a bit of CO2 whilst making my contribution to Ch4, which is 100 times more damaging. With the type of disruption that is coming, vegans will have a better chance of survival, and veganism may in fact be the only way for the next generation to survive the catastrophe which will follow the abrupt change.
Is the bang bang name borrowed from the Dublin character in the wheelchair who used to go around shooting everyone?
Exactly the difference between nationalist and loyalist bonfires was clearly evident.The so called republican bonfires yesterday has really highlighted the differences in political leadership between Nationalism and Unionism.
While unionist politicians like East Belfast MP Gavin Robinson lined up to make mealy mouthed statements regarding dangerous and hate filled unionist bonfires, nationalist representatives have been very clear in their condemnation and appeal for the PSNI to uphold the law and protect working class areas from the hoods.
Exactly the difference between nationalist and loyalist bonfires was clearly evident.
In the loyalist bonfires there were no violence in the build up even though we had 100 times more bonfires which were 100% larger bonfires yet no violence.
Whereas the few Reb bonfires resulted in a near fatality to one participant, another stab victim, 3 injured PSNI officers and violence and rioting in the lead up to the bonfire.
We do peaceful fun bonfires, youse do dissident recruiting bonfires.
Anti-internment parade banned from Belfast city centreWhat's so special about tonight?
Óglach Thomas Ashe, Kerry, 5 days, 25 September 1917Many of you will recall the last occasion when Internment was introduced, in 1971, fewer among you will recall it in the 40's and 50's. Let us recall those dark days of 1980 and 1981, which followed on from the blanket and dirty protest begun by Kieran Nugent, who was to die a number of years ago a man broken and abandoned.
Who was Kieran Nugent? On 20 March 1973, aged 15, he was standing with a friend on the corner of Merrion Street and Grosvenor Road, when a car pulled up beside them and one of the occupants asked them for directions. Another occupant of the vehicle then opened fire with a sub machine gun. Nugent was seriously wounded after being shot eight times in the chest, arms and back by loyalists. A friend, Bernard McErlean, aged 16, standing nearby, was shot and killed.