Denis Bradley says Sinn Féin needs to urge Catholics to join police



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Let's just make everything 32 county and get it over and done with.
 

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Denis Bradley says Sinn Féin needs to urge Catholics to join police

Denis Bradley says Sinn Féin needs to urge Catholics to join police - The Irish News


The PSNI is currently not a successful cross community force. The question is what to do about it? I think its time that we had a single police force on the Island. It would resolve both the issue of the PSNI image and make policing much more efficient.

Why do you think there is an RUC man as Garda Commissioner. We are ridding the state of all things Catholic.
 

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Why do you think there is an RUC man as Garda Commissioner. We are ridding the state of all things Catholic.
Will he disclose the Miami Shownand Massacre? or Dublin/ Monaghan bombing, or stop his obstruction of Collusion murders in the six counties? This peeler has a very political and sectarian past.
 
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Will he disclose the Miami Shownand Massacre? or Dublin/ Monaghan bombing, or stop his obstruction of Collusion murders in the six counties?
Maybe he'll publish thon Kingsmill files the Guards wouldn't release..
 

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Denis Bradley says Sinn Féin needs to urge Catholics to join police

Denis Bradley says Sinn Féin needs to urge Catholics to join police - The Irish News


The PSNI is currently not a successful cross community force. The question is what to do about it? I think its time that we had a single police force on the Island. It would resolve both the issue of the PSNI image and make policing much more efficient.
Lots of Catholics in the psni just not the right type of Catholics for republicans.

It's up to the Catholic population to support their people joining the force instead of ostracising them. The blame starts and ends there. Dimming down the entry requirements is not the way to go.
 

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Why do you think there is an RUC man as Garda Commissioner. We are ridding the state of all things Catholic.
That appointment is the first step in creating an all island police force.
 

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Lots of Catholics in the psni just not the right type of Catholics for republicans.

It's up to the Catholic population to support their people joining the force instead of ostracising them. The blame starts and ends there. Dimming down the entry requirements is not the way to go.
Says the ex RUC, Golf playing , "Dublin deserved to be bombed" Tremens :D
 

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The legal system is well represented by Catholics. Northern Irish Catholics just don’t seem to want to join the police. Why is that? What can change that? Does it need changed or should anything be changed? That needs answered before Politically motivated suggestions like that in the OP.
 

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That appointment is the first step in creating an all island police force.
So you can envision plod from Aughnacloy wandering around Tralee and vice versa ?
 

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The biggest terrorist/British atrocity on this Island needs answered. Nairac was involved, we know that. The FS Govt need to show what they have and why they wereafraid to take the Brits to the Hague ?
 

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The legal system is well represented by Catholics. Northern Irish Catholics just don’t seem to want to join the police. Why is that? What can change that? Does it need changed or should anything be changed? That needs answered before Politically motivated suggestions like that in the OP.
Peelers are under 30% Catholic , it's still a British job.
 

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So you can envision plod from Aughnacloy wandering around Tralee and vice versa ?
A Prod in Tralee no problem. There has never been an issue with Protestants in the South. Our first president was a Prod.The other way around would be a problem I imagine where institutionalised racism and sectarianism has been the norm since the establishment of NI.
 

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A Prod in Tralee no problem. There has never been an issue with Protestants in the South. Our first president was a Prod.The other way around would be a problem I imagine where institutionalised racism and sectarianism has been the norm since the establishment of NI.
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A Prod in Tralee no problem. There has never been an issue with Protestants in the South. Our first president was a Prod.The other way around would be a problem I imagine where institutionalised racism and sectarianism has been the norm since the establishment of NI.
The Brit Govt play with the figures, very few Nationalists are interested in the PSNI (AND COULD U BLAME THEM) so they claim a few Poles and FREE STATERS TO MAKE UP THE rELIGIOUS balance. ...................Cooking the books
 


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