Catholic Thugs Stop Meetings


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Im backing the right of members of a club, in this case the RCC, to have a meeting involving a politician, without threats.

The real question is why the usuals are refusing to discuss it
You're pro abortion.

Keep away from the Catholic Church and it's events.
 

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automaticforthepeople

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Thugs?

Old biddies waving their rosaries at some young wan who wants to dress up like a priest to distract from dodgy business about money?

Wisha God love ya! Aren't ya lucky you never met Youth Defence.
 

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Thugs?

Old biddies waving their rosaries at some young wan who wants to dress up like a priest to distract from dodgy business about money?

Wisha God love ya! Aren't ya lucky you never met Youth Defence.
Same critique came to myself. A convent of nuns refuse this high up politicianess permission to use their convent as a platform for her point of view -- and you call the good sisters a bunch of thugs.

If you are one of the new Irish, you really should go back to English classes. Learn to talk proper for a change.
 

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No Irish politician should be seen anywhere near any order or its premises where that order still owes the state redress money. Nor should any bishop, archbishop, papal nuncio, priest or nun be invited to any state funded event.
 

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Point of order, Northsideman, very few people outside the US like being referred to as 'folks'. It is a fairly patronising term. Any Irish or UK politician using that term to or about the electorate is asking for it...
 

Lagertha

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Jaysus, the irony. One of P.ies staunchest defenders of Islam, the least tolerant ideology on the planet, is attacking some hardcore Catholics. :laugh:
 

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Islam, Xtian, Hebrew, Scientologist, Moonie. They all look the same to me.
 

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Same critique came to myself. A convent of nuns refuse this high up politicianess permission to use their convent as a platform for her point of view -- and you call the good sisters a bunch of thugs.
:confused:

If you are one of the new Irish, you really should go back to English classes. Learn to talk proper for a change.
Properly. Try practice what you preach.
 

recedite

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Nuns probably thought they were hosting a nice lady speaking in favour of women's ordination, until it was pointed out that said speaker was also a prominent pro-abortion campaigner.
Feminism is a minefield.
 

Calculusmadeeasy

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Posted at 11:51am.

Must be welfare collection day.
 

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Point of order, Northsideman, very few people outside the US like being referred to as 'folks'. It is a fairly patronising term. Any Irish or UK politician using that term to or about the electorate is asking for it...
Point of order I ain't a politician, I do like most folk music and hope my kids put me in a nice old folks home and I really find it amusing when some folk post total and utter sh!te.
 
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