Irish foreign minister doesn't even realise all Unionist parties against current Brexit Backstop


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Coveney is now criticising the DUP over their supposed veto of the Brexit backstop.

He doesn't even realise that all the Unionist parties are all against the Brexit backstop in the Irish sea.

He says "Simon Coveney told RTÉ that negotiations have turned into a "green and orange" issue in Northern Ireland." and he's as much to blame as anyone except he doesn't even have the sense to realise it.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-45612738
 

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Coveney is now criticising the DUP over their supposed veto of the Brexit backstop.

He doesn't even realise that all the Unionist parties are all against the Brexit backstop in the Irish sea.

He says "Simon Coveney told RTÉ that negotiations have turned into a "green and orange" issue in Northern Ireland." and he's as much to blame as anyone except he doesn't even have the sense to realise it.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-45612738
Tick-Tock. Hahahahaha
 

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Isn't there already a thread on this?
 

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Tick-Tock. Hahahahaha
Irish FOREIGN minister

HahahahahaHahahahahaHahahahahaHahahahahaHahahahahaHahahahahaHahahahaha


Tickety tock, the meters running.
 

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Isn't there already a thread on this?
There's already about 40-50 threads on similar Brexit border issues.

So I thought i would put a unionist slant on the topic before McSlaggart posts it again with his nationalist tint.
 

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There's already about 40-50 threads on similar Brexit border issues.

So I thought i would put a unionist slant on the topic before McSlaggart posts it again with his nationalist tint.
So you wanted to start a thread to satisfy your ego.
Nice.
 

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So you wanted to start a thread to satisfy your ego.
Nice.
On this forum section,
its all about political point scoring, I'm taking one for the team not my ego.
 

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On this forum section,
its all about political point scoring, I'm taking one for the team not my ego.
Good, while your ego is at it .. you know that most of the UK want nothing to do with you guys right? You keep on clinging onto a country that doesn't want you... How desperate is that?
 

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Coveney is now criticising the DUP over their supposed veto of the Brexit backstop.

He doesn't even realise that all the Unionist parties are all against the Brexit backstop in the Irish sea.

He says "Simon Coveney told RTÉ that negotiations have turned into a "green and orange" issue in Northern Ireland." and he's as much to blame as anyone except he doesn't even have the sense to realise it.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-45612738
As a farmer, you'd better get down on your knees now and start praying that Coveney gets what he wants, because otherwise you''ll be financially buggered. :)
 

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Good, while your ego is at it .. you know that most of the UK want nothing to do with you guys right? You keep on clinging onto a country that doesn't want you... How desperate is that?
Its funny for a country who according to youse don't want us, keep paying us so generously and are very keen to hold on to us in the Brexit negotiations, meanwhile the best that your government can do is send the Foreign minister to a RTE reporter which very few in Ulster even listen too.
He's only humoring youse, he knows like all right thinking people a United Ireland would be catastrophic.
 

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We want the occupied 6 counties back - it's tossers like you we don't want.
Your mummy should have told you
"I want, doesn't get!",

one sure thing your father couldn't have told you that anyway.
 

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Ah, I see this thread is for.the toddlers, good idea, keep them in here while the adults talk in the other room
 

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Its funny for a country who according to youse don't want us, keep paying us so generously and are very keen to hold on to us in the Brexit negotiations, meanwhile the best that your government can do is send the Foreign minister to a RTE reporter which very few in Ulster even listen too.
He's only humoring youse, he knows like all right thinking people a United Ireland would be catastrophic.
We want the occupied 6 counties and Irish people reunified - it's Unionist tossers like you we don't want.

And Coveney was on BBC Newsnight Thursday. BBC iPlayer - Newsnight - 20/09/2018
 

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We want the occupied 6 counties and Irish people reunified - it's Unionist tossers like you we don't want.

And Coveney was on BBC Newsnight Thursday. BBC iPlayer - Newsnight - 20/09/2018
Your mummy should have told you
"I want, doesn't get!",

one sure thing your father couldn't have told you that anyway.
 

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Your mummy should have told you
"I want, doesn't get!",

one sure thing your father couldn't have told you that anyway.
Despite your ongoing bullsh1t on this forum, the situation for you Unionists is now desperate.

You squatters are now less than 50% of the voting population in the occupied 6 counties.

By 2022, a little over 3 years from now, Irish people, Nationalists will be the voting majority in the occupied 6 counties.

Nationalists vote for Nationalist political parties, which means that Unionists will soon be ruled by Nationalists in the occupied 6 counties.

As sure as night follows day, Nationalists will vote the occupied 6 counties back into a reunified Ireland, and back into the EU.

Unionism in Ireland is finished.
 

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You planning to finance it out of your next week's pocket money?:roll:
Ireland as a whole will be better off reunified - the Irish Government says so.

And the majority of the people in the 'Southern Ireland' State will vote to reunify our people, our country, and to end England's occupation in Ireland - all polls say so.

Dail Eireann have been working on elements of a reunification paper through its 'Joint Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement'. They produced a paper last August called 'Uniting Ireland & its People in Peace & Prosperity'

Listen @ 25. Audioboom / A leading academic suggests significant shift in the population here - are we now on the countdown to a new Ireland? @AlexKane221b and @chrisadonnelly discuss #BBCNolan

Read. http://data.oireachtas.ie/ie/oireach...sperity_en.pdf

Last month on BBC radio, Paul Gosling, an economic writer, researcher and broadcaster of some repute talked about the 6 county economic benefit following the reunification of Ireland and the ending of British rule.

Listen @ 1.46. BBC Radio Ulster - Good Morning Ulster, 13/08/2018

And here is the Paul Gosling report on the benefits of the reunification of Ireland for the 6 counties. The economic effect of an all-island economy | Paul Gosling

"This report concludes that there is a significant positive potential economic benefit from Irish reunification, particularly for the citizens of Northern Ireland. It is recommended that preparations begin now in accordance with Article 3 of the Irish constitution, as amended following the Good Friday Agreement. Progress towards achieving an all island economy should be reviewed annually by the Oireachtas."

The 'Southern Ireland' State sits atop the European growth charts, while the 'Northern Ireland' statelet is down at the bottom. EY’s Economic Eye, Winter 2017

What with Brexit and the decline of Unionism, British rule in Ireland is coming to an end - and soon. It's time for Unionists to accept their fate, and work with the rest of us to make Ireland a better place for all.
 

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Ireland as a whole will be better off reunified - the Irish Government says so.

And the majority of the people in the 'Southern Ireland' State will vote to reunify our people, our country, and to end England's occupation in Ireland - all polls say so.

Dail Eireann have been working on elements of a reunification paper through its 'Joint Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement'. They produced a paper last August called 'Uniting Ireland & its People in Peace & Prosperity'

Listen @ 25. Audioboom / A leading academic suggests significant shift in the population here - are we now on the countdown to a new Ireland? @AlexKane221b and @chrisadonnelly discuss #BBCNolan

Read. http://data.oireachtas.ie/ie/oireach...sperity_en.pdf

Last month on BBC radio, Paul Gosling, an economic writer, researcher and broadcaster of some repute talked about the 6 county economic benefit following the reunification of Ireland and the ending of British rule.

Listen @ 1.46. BBC Radio Ulster - Good Morning Ulster, 13/08/2018

And here is the Paul Gosling report on the benefits of the reunification of Ireland for the 6 counties. The economic effect of an all-island economy | Paul Gosling

"This report concludes that there is a significant positive potential economic benefit from Irish reunification, particularly for the citizens of Northern Ireland. It is recommended that preparations begin now in accordance with Article 3 of the Irish constitution, as amended following the Good Friday Agreement. Progress towards achieving an all island economy should be reviewed annually by the Oireachtas."

The 'Southern Ireland' State sits atop the European growth charts, while the 'Northern Ireland' statelet is down at the bottom. EY’s Economic Eye, Winter 2017

What with Brexit and the decline of Unionism, British rule in Ireland is coming to an end - and soon. It's time for Unionists to accept their fate, and work with the rest of us to make Ireland a better place for all.
Rubbish - an immediate bill of €11billion, plus the cost of a Brexit to the Irish economy plus the additional security cost. How about somewhere in the region of €20 billion all told?

United Ireland would see living standards in Republic fall by 15%
 

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You planning to finance it out of your next week's pocket money?:roll:
And he doesn't even realise that his pocket money has the image of Her Majesty on it.
That tells its own story.
 
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