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DUP members against Brexit

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GB is the mainland of the UK. So for NI and other assorted islands,it is.

What concern is it of yours anyway?
You are a very confused Unionist.

The continent is Ireland's mainland - counties Derry, Down, Armagh. Antrim, Fermanagh and Tyrone are in Ireland.
 


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No, they are on the island of Ireland, but they are in the UK. For the moment at least.
Eh? They are in Ireland, a part of it..they're not standing on the surface of Ireland like chess pieces or cups on a tray.
 

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No, they are on the island of Ireland, but they are in the UK. For the moment at least.
You are out of your little mind - the occupied 6 counties of Ireland are in the UK only in the same way Jersey Island was in the Third Reich.

Counties Derry, Down, Armagh. Antrim, Fermanagh, Tyrone, Donegal, Monaghan and Cavan are in Ulster, which is obviously one of Ireland's four Provinces.
 

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You are out of your little mind - the occupied 6 counties of Ireland are in the UK only in the same way Jersey Island was in the Third Reich.
Your comparison is hopelessly invalid. The majority of the population of the channel islands did not consider themselves to be German for a start.
 

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Eh? They are in Ireland, a part of it..they're not standing on the surface of Ireland like chess pieces or cups on a tray.
They are on the geographical island of Ireland, but they not in the state of Ireland - they are two different things. For now anyway.
 

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Your comparison is hopelessly invalid. The majority of the population of the channel islands did not consider themselves to be German for a start.
You only think that because you are a foreigner posting about things that do not concern you.

Irish people did not and do not consider ourselves to anything other than Irish - that is why we want you English parasites to stop interfering in the affairs of Ireland.

Ireland belongs to the people of Ireland - not England.

The majority of Irish people want the reunification of our country, our people and the end of England's ongoing occupation in Ireland.

Minoritarianism is the antithesis of democracy. England's artificial veto on democracy in my country backed up with an implicit threat of violence is the cause of all the trouble in Ireland,

If there were real democracy in Ireland, England would have been shown the door a long time ago.
 

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They are on the geographical island of Ireland, but they not in the state of Ireland - they are two different things. For now anyway.
You are deluded.

The "reality" is that the 'Southern Ireland' State is obviously not Ireland - it is merely in Ireland.

The 26 county State is the same jurisdiction forced on us by the foreign occupying country England just a few decades ago, under its 'Government of Ireland Act 1920'

There is only one Ireland and that is the whole of the country.
 

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You are deluded.

The "reality" is that the 'Southern Ireland' State is obviously not Ireland - it is merely in Ireland.

The 26 county State is the same jurisdiction forced on us by the foreign occupying country England just a few decades ago, under its 'Government of Ireland Act 1920'

There is only one Ireland and that is the whole of my country.
Tell yourself that as much as you like but if you work in the six, you will pay taxes to HM Treasury. For now.

I didn't make it it that way, but for the time being that's the way it is.
 

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Tell yourself that as much as you like but if you work in the six, you will pay taxes to HM Treasury. For now.

I didn't make it it that way, but for the time being that's the way it is.
Tell yourself that if it helps your delusion.

The fact of the matter is the majority of the people of Ireland want you foreigners to get to hell out of our country.

We do not want you here - we never did.

If there were real democracy in Ireland, you foreigners would have been shown the door a long time ago.
 

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Tell yourself that if it helps your delusion.
Where your laws are currently made, and who your taxes are currently paid to are not delusions.

As for a United Ireland, yes, it may well be on the cards in the not overly distant future.
 

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Tell yourself that if it helps your delusion.
Where your laws are currently made, and who your taxes are currently paid to are not delusions.

As for a United Ireland, yes, it may well be on the cards in the not overly distant future.
 

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Where your laws are currently made, and who your taxes are currently paid to are not delusions.

As for a United Ireland, yes, it may well be on the cards in the not overly distant future.

Only because England occupies part of my county against the will of the majority of us Irish people.

We do not want you interfering in the affairs of Ireland - we never did.

Go away and mind your own business.
 

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Only because England occupies part of my county against the will of the majority of us Irish people.

We do not want you interfering in the affairs of Ireland - we never did.

Go away and mind your own business.
You must have had a build-up of bile during the recent brief hiatus. Drink plenty of water.
 

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You must have had a build-up of bile during the recent brief hiatus. Drink plenty of water.
Just stating the facts - the majority of Irish people want the reunification of our country, our people and the end of England's ongoing occupation in Ireland.

Minoritarianism is the antithesis of democracy. England's artificial veto on democracy in my country backed up with an implicit threat of violence is the cause of all the trouble in Ireland,

If there were real democracy in Ireland, England would have been shown the door a long time ago.
 

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Just stating the facts - the majority of Irish people want the reunification of our country, our people and the end of England's ongoing occupation in Ireland.

Minoritarianism is the antithesis of democracy. England's artificial veto on democracy in my country backed up with an implicit threat of violence is the cause of all the trouble in Ireland,

If there were real democracy in Ireland, England would have been shown the door a long time ago.
We settled that argument with the Good Friday Agreement.

Brexit is in danger of tearing it up.

Hence the need to maintain the backstop and to keep repeating the serious implications of Brexit.
 

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