GAA The Masks Slips Yet Again.

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Top two pics come across as another day in the life of the hatefesters whilst the bottom pic depicts a normal community festival FOR ALL.
Of course we know not many unionists would be going to see the Wolfe Tones but it was the sight of hundreds of young people coming from east Belfast for the pop concerts that has filled the hatemongers with fear.
 


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You are posting on a thread (which you started!) which is based on lies you told about the GAA. Why would you post about the third largest festival in Belfast (after St Patrick's Day and Pride) if you weren't inferring it was about the GAA.

Of course we all know that anything CNR fills you with hate and your hatred causes you to lash out incoherently.


Not sure who penned it, but they were correct............"hate destroys from the inside out"
 

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You are posting on a thread (which you started!) which is based on lies you told about the GAA. Why would you post about the third largest festival in Belfast (after St Patrick's Day and Pride) if you weren't inferring it was about the GAA.

Of course we all know that anything CNR fills you with hate and your hatred causes you to lash out incoherently.


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Make sure and stamp yer wee feet a bit harder diddmumz...
 

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You are posting on a thread (which you started!) which is based on lies you told about the GAA. Why would you post about the third largest festival in Belfast (after St Patrick's Day and Pride) if you weren't inferring it was about the GAA.

Of course we all know that anything CNR fills you with hate and your hatred causes you to lash out incoherently.
I can't see any lies on this thread about the Gaa, care to point out what exactly the lies were.
The Twelfth is obviously the largest festival in Belfast.
Whereas Ira chanting and reigniting a known IRA supporting band puts a lie to the notion that the west Belfast festival really wants to be cross community.
 

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Do you really want to go down this line of argument?
Can you post up evidence to support THAT?

Explain what you mean by that word?

Those are your normal arguments.
 

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I can't see any lies on this thread about the Gaa, care to point out what exactly the lies were.
The Twelfth is obviously the largest festival in Belfast.
Whereas Ira chanting and reigniting a known IRA supporting band puts a lie to the notion that the west Belfast festival really wants to be cross community.
You cant see any lies ? .. really ? ....

Jeepers dopey you must have forgotten when you said the folk on the GAA bus were "shouting sectarian abuse at prod teenage girls."

yet when asked for proof you cant supply it

You never stop lying wee son .. but as I said earlier, Jealousy is a terrible thing ;)
 

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You cant see any lies ? .. really ? ....

Jeepers dopey you must have forgotten when you said the folk on the GAA bus were "shouting sectarian abuse at prod teenage girls."

yet when asked for proof you cant supply it

You never stop lying wee son .. but as I said earlier, Jealousy is a terrible thing ;)
Cynthia,
We see how bigoted you are when you think " fxxking huns" isn't sectarian.
 

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You cant see any lies ? .. really ? ....

Jeepers dopey you must have forgotten when you said the folk on the GAA bus were "shouting sectarian abuse at prod teenage girls."

yet when asked for proof you cant supply it

You never stop lying wee son .. but as I said earlier, Jealousy is a terrible thing ;)

Concur sir, unionist politicians, embarrassed with the success of Feile/Pride festivals in comparison to their obnoxious hatefests have even attacked the Police who dared to challenge their gross insults and outrageous behaviour towards the families of the 14 murdered on Bloody Sunday by the disgraced parachute regiment.

As you earlier pointed out, jealousy is a terrible thing and leads to even worse inhumanity.
 

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Do you really want to go down this line of argument?
There is no argument. Any ideals that the United Irishmen had were long forgotten about when the various IRAs got going.

Whether murdering Protestants in Co Cork or Co Down, that is when they were/are at their happiest.

I don't see Tone ordering Kingsmills, do you?
 

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There is no argument. Any ideals that the United Irishmen had were long forgotten about when the various IRAs got going.

Whether murdering Protestants in Co Cork or Co Down, that is when they were/are at their happiest.

I don't see Tone ordering Kingsmills, do you?
Its these people in government jobs saying IRA songs are not sectarian and acceptable that know full well they would get sacked for singing them at their place of work.
Their hypocrisy knows no bounds.
 

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Its these people in government jobs saying IRA songs are not sectarian and acceptable that know full well they would get sacked for singing them at their place of work.
Their hypocrisy knows no bounds.
It's like the whinging about the bans in Derry offending them whilst the witch Anderson is screaming IRA slogans on the scene of a murdered 5 year old.

Offended by everything, ashamed of nothing.
 

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There is no argument. Any ideals that the United Irishmen had were long forgotten about when the various IRAs got going.

Whether murdering Protestants in Co Cork or Co Down, that is when they were/are at their happiest.

I don't see Tone ordering Kingsmills, do you?
According to a police intelligence report, the Provisional IRA leadership reprimanded its South Armagh Brigade for carrying out sectarian killings.
 

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According to a police intelligence report, the Provisional IRA leadership reprimanded its South Armagh Brigade for carrying out sectarian killings.
Ooh the Provo's gave some of their psychopaths a slap on the wrist, the same punishment as being a paedo or rapist.
Whereas talk to the police and you get shot, it really does sound as if the Provo's have great justice and morals.
 

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West Armagh Community Festival to name a ladies' Gaelic football tournament after Mairead Farrell was sending young people "the wrong message".

Last August the festival staged the same event, along with an under-14s football tournament in honour of IRA men Tony Hughes and Jake McGerrigan


 

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Of course we know not many unionists would be going to see the Wolfe Tones but it was the sight of hundreds of young people coming from east Belfast for the pop concerts that has filled the hatemongers with fear.

Reminds me of a clown poster on the old DC forum when told about the huge number of Northern Protestants attending U2 concerts.......

His reply, I sh1t you not................"Bono is a prod you thick ****"

Unbelievable sir.:LOL:
 

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Of course the irony of the Clyde Valley band supporting the Para murderer is that the band is named after the ship that delivered German guns to the unionist terrorists in 1914 (the same year their beloved GB went to war with the Germans!).

The guns were to be used to shoot soldiers just like Soldier F. You couldn't make it up.
 

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Of course the irony of the Clyde Valley band supporting the Para murderer is that the band is named after the ship that delivered German guns to the unionist terrorists in 1914 (the same year their beloved GB went to war with the Germans!).

The guns were to be used to shoot soldiers just like Soldier F. You couldn't make it up.

Indeed sir, read up on it and it was the one and only Ian Mor and his band of hate filled thugs who organised the vessel to be returned from across the Atlantic to the false statelet.
 

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West Armagh Community Festival to name a ladies' Gaelic football tournament after Mairead Farrell was sending young people "the wrong message".

Last August the festival staged the same event, along with an under-14s football tournament in honour of IRA men Tony Hughes and Jake McGerrigan



Do you think a community festival should be restricted in what activities it carries out and what names different events?
 


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