Dear Leaders Final Solution Speech

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With the socialist man of the people charging 55 yo-yo's for a copy of a speech? maybe...
Ah but this one is an investment. Look at the autograph prices for other great historic leaders. Pretty good value and can only go up.
 

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I bet my thread gets to the zoo before yours does, bridge man!

Then again, you're probably a Black Presby so you don't gamble!
 

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Not missing Gerry one bit . It was well time for him to retire .

Onwards and upwards for Sinn Fein . There is an opportunity to squeeze ff if they get it right on an All-Ireland Basis .
 

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Not missing Gerry one bit . It was well time for him to retire .

Onwards and upwards for Sinn Fein . There is an opportunity to squeeze ff if they get it right on an All-Ireland Basis .
He hasn't stopped nat going away yet...
 

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I wonder if future editions will have to be edited?

This

No Irish nationalist could support any treaty which institutionalises British government claims to a part of Irish national territory.
from page 112, "The Politics of Irish Freedom", Gerry Adams, Brandon Book Publishers, Ltd., Dingle, County Kerry, Ireland 1986, was strangely absent from later editions .....
 

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He hasn't stopped nat going away yet...
You should know that deep down he just wants to reach out and touch you ...

Gerry Adams has sparked surprise after admitting that his religious beliefs are more compatible with Protestantism than Catholicism.

The Sinn Fein president has revealed that he has not gone to confession “in years”, preferring to speak directly to God.
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“I have formed an opinion — and it’s probably a Protestant thing — that the notion of having some sort of middleman isn’t altogether necessary,” he said, referring to confessions.
He also expressed admiration for Protestant Churches, and believes that Christian Churches should be united.
“I think the Methodists are the best, but I love the democratic nature of the Presbyterian Church,” Adams told Gay Byrne."


Gerry Adams springs surprise with a 'Protestant' view of religion | The Independent
 


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