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GAA The Masks Slips Yet Again.

McSlaggart

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Hahahahahaa, the Orange Order, a true Irish nationalistic organisation.
Grand Lodge, which is made up of three members from each of the six counties of Northern Ireland (Down, Antrim, Armagh, Londonderry, Tyrone and Fermanagh) as well as the two other County Lodges in Northern Ireland, the City of Belfast Grand Lodge and the City of Londonderry Grand Orange Lodge, two each from the remaining Ulster counties (Cavan, Donegal and Monaghan), one from Leitrim

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Watcher2

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Grand Lodge, which is made up of three members from each of the six counties of Northern Ireland (Down, Antrim, Armagh, Londonderry, Tyrone and Fermanagh) as well as the two other County Lodges in Northern Ireland, the City of Belfast Grand Lodge and the City of Londonderry Grand Orange Lodge, two each from the remaining Ulster counties (Cavan, Donegal and Monaghan), one from Leitrim

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May I congratulate you on a well constructed argument.
;)
 

likesfish

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Mi5 and Mi6 may not be murderous thugs but if people have to die to achieve their "goals" well thats just whats going to happen regardless of their goals being sane or even remotely good .
Spooks got to spook and your just a pawn in uniform your an acceptable loss civillian? Not remotely their problem. Paramilitary an entirely acceptable target.
 

Paddyc

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Grand Lodge, which is made up of three members from each of the six counties of Northern Ireland (Down, Antrim, Armagh, Londonderry, Tyrone and Fermanagh) as well as the two other County Lodges in Northern Ireland, the City of Belfast Grand Lodge and the City of Londonderry Grand Orange Lodge, two each from the remaining Ulster counties (Cavan, Donegal and Monaghan), one from Leitrim

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Shhh don't tell DOGgy, he's convinced that a Venn diagram of Ulster and Northern Ireland would be a circle. He doesn't believe in "the remaining Ulster counties".


Bless.
 

omgsquared

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Is Mickey Harte taking his sectarian GaaRa team to the Twefth tomorrow . They,d be plenty more teenage girls for them to roar abuse at.
Oh Dont worry there will be plenty of drunk orangemen who will be hurling abuse at their own when they come home from the March and Field..
 

death or glory

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Just back from Donemana,

Every day is the Twelfth of July
 

death or glory

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Talk Back

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There are a lot less Tyrone flags about today,
I wonder why the tight be.
Do you think the Gaa is sectarian?
Census - less than 2 years away. Hahahahaha

Poor locationally challenged Unionists trapped in Ireland - this is only going to end one way for you foreigners.
 

mangaire2

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Is Mickey Harte taking his sectarian GaaRa team to the Twefth tomorrow . They,d be plenty more teenage girls for them to roar abuse at.
I was listening to the RTE News the other evening DOGgie, & there were two items from your part of Ireland.

first it was stated that a couple of your young Tyrone footballers had been singing the old Irish ballad 'Come out you Black & Tans' on the bus.
the ballad is one lampooning the murderous Black & Tans, who terrorised the people almost a century ago now - hard to see how anyone could object to that song.
anyway, it was reported that Mickey Harte, gentleman that he is, apologised for the singing.

the 2nd item from your part of the country was a giant bonfire consisting of hundreds if not a thousand of pallets being built by Loyalist ruffians close to houses, forcing the people to leave their houses,
& it was further reported that contractors who had been appointed to dismantle the pallets had been threatened by your Loyalist terrorists, so much so that they were advised not to undertake the work.

& DOGgie, I hope you enjoy this rendition of Come out ye Black & Tans, as performed on your BBC TV. LOL !!!
Alan Partridge singing Come Out, Ye Black and Tans both awkward and hilarious
 

Newrybhoy

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I was listening to the RTE News the other evening DOGgie, & there were two items from your part of Ireland.

first it was stated that a couple of your young Tyrone footballers had been singing the old Irish ballad 'Come out you Black & Tans' on the bus.
the ballad is one lampooning the murderous Black & Tans, who terrorised the people almost a century ago now - hard to see how anyone could object to that song.
anyway, it was reported that Mickey Harte, gentleman that he is, apologised for the singing.

the 2nd item from your part of the country was a giant bonfire consisting of hundreds if not a thousand of pallets being built by Loyalist ruffians close to houses, forcing the people to leave their houses,
& it was further reported that contractors who had been appointed to dismantle the pallets had been threatened by your Loyalist terrorists, so much so that they were advised not to undertake the work.

& DOGgie, I hope you enjoy this rendition of Come out ye Black & Tans, as performed on your BBC TV. LOL !!!
Alan Partridge singing Come Out, Ye Black and Tans both awkward and hilarious
I take it that it is a parody as the IRA hid and ambushed, and didn't fight face to face?
 


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