IRSP: Stormont Failing the Vulnerable

Miriam Daly

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“Stormont is failing”, that is the message from the Irish Republican Socialist Party in response to the news that many cancer sufferers in the North have turned to burning their own clothing due to the financial implications of their illness. Many cancer patients simply can’t afford to heat their homes while others are struggling desperately to meet mortgage and rent payments.



IRSP representative in Belfast, Paul Little, responded to comments by Heather Monteverde of Macmillan Cancer by saying:



“ This news is extremely saddening but not surprising. Working class communities have been left completely abandoned by the establishment parties. In the South of Ireland we all know about the failures of the government and the HSE with regard to caring for the vulnerable, children in particular. In the North it seems the situation is little better. What kind of society are we part of that makes people suffering from cancer turn to burning their own clothing to stop themselves freezing? Is this what is meant by the ‘Peace Process’?

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I wasnt aware, there is so many of these mickey mouse groups I lose interest, thanks honey bunch!
Uh.....The IRSP was the first political party in Ireland to call for homosexuality to be legalized...

They are the nearest thing we have to a proper Communist Party.

What party does wassums vote for?
 

fluffykontbiscuits

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Uh.....The IRSP was the first political party in Ireland to call for homosexuality to be legalized...

They are the nearest thing we have to a proper Communist Party.

What party does wassums vote for?
Independent choice my dear honey bunch, two parties that never get my vote are FF and Shinners but lately FG have been added to that list :)
 

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Uh.....The IRSP was the first political party in Ireland to call for homosexuality to be legalized...
They are the nearest thing we have to a proper Communist Party.

What party does wassums vote for?

Getting all the important issues addressed then first. :rolleyes:
 

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Getting all the important issues addressed then first. :rolleyes:
Uh....The IRSP is a serious political party...Loyalists dont really do politics do you? :rolleyes:
 

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Uh....The IRSP is a serious political party...Loyalists dont really do politics do you? :rolleyes:
Well if politics is being affiliated to the INLA, a group that collaborated with the murderous UDA for the purposes of drug dealing, I would rather stay out of it.
 

Miriam Daly

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Well if politics is being affiliated to the INLA, a group that collaborated with the murderous UDA for the purposes of drug dealing, I would rather stay out of it.
Change the record lad, not one member of the IRSM has ever been charged in relation to drugs offences. But dont let facts get in the way of your gutter type Sunday World slurs.
 

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Change the record lad, not one member of the IRSM has ever been charged in relation to drugs offences. But dont let facts get in the way of your gutter type Sunday World slurs.
Irrelevant. They speak for a criminal organisation with a particular flair for drug dealing.
 

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Stomont is failing everybody - except the gombeens who get a wage from it. Its a sectarian circus, nothing more, and a circus where the clowns have lost all ability to amuse by this stage. If the British government want to make a really useful cut, they will just cut this side show altogether.
 

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Irrelevant. They speak for a criminal organisation with a particular flair for drug dealing.
The INLA never dealt drugs, granted Declan Duffy did them no favors but for all his faults he never dealt either.
Have you ever seen a INLA man on the street corner selling drugs? No because it doesn't happen its Sunday World tabloid gutter journalism to sell papers and people like you lap it up.
The INLA have left the stage and the Sunday rags cant demonize them anymore so they have turned their attention to other Anti GFA republican groups.
Sadly I feel that debating this with someone like yourself is banging my head against a brick wall but just for the record your misinformed.
 

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A good statement from the IRSP on a very relevent issue. It is true that however that the organisation's tragic past will always overshadow it in the future, even when it produces statements and documents which are politically relevent to many people. Unfortunatly, it is all too easy to discredit the IRSP by bringing up the actions of organisations associated with them. One criticism I would have is that the grammar and format of IRSP statements is generally quite poor.
 


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