Jim Allister on the Nolan Show

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This is a must watch ... bbc1 the top table 10:40

What a fukin lunatic ... he’s making some clown out of himself.... OMG :lol:

Roaring & screaming at senator mitchell & Bertie Ahern ... Nolan basically warned him if he didn’t calm down he’d have to leave .... what a hideous little septic scrote :?

what is wrong with these fukin people ....

Crackpots are hilarious LMFAO
 


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What sectarianism did they suffer?
The steady decline of Protestant population in the south, the influence of Roman Catholic doctrines there on Government, displayed in matters of censorship, restrictions on birth control and other health matters, as well as difficulties which arise over the Church’s attitude to mixed marriages - all these factors tend to feed these fears as illustrative of what might be expected if Catholic political domination were to be achieved. (At the same time, it should be recognised that among a certain proportion of Unionists it was a matter of satisfaction that Catholics in Northern Ireland should have held themselves aloof from the community and thus accentuated the appearance of division and provide a justification for a policy of sectarian and political discrimination).

CAIN: HMSO: Cameron Report - Disturbances in Northern Ireland (1969), Chapters 10-16
 

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The steady decline of Protestant population in the south, the influence of Roman Catholic doctrines there on Government, displayed in matters of censorship, restrictions on birth control and other health matters, as well as difficulties which arise over the Church’s attitude to mixed marriages - all these factors tend to feed these fears as illustrative of what might be expected if Catholic political domination were to be achieved. (At the same time, it should be recognised that among a certain proportion of Unionists it was a matter of satisfaction that Catholics in Northern Ireland should have held themselves aloof from the community and thus accentuated the appearance of division and provide a justification for a policy of sectarian and political discrimination).

CAIN: HMSO: Cameron Report - Disturbances in Northern Ireland (1969), Chapters 10-16
So they didn't suffer any sectarianism then, they just preferred to live in a country that wasn't demographically Catholic. Sounds more like they were sectarian.
 

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Moi wonders has ahnowslobberings jizzed on the TV screen yet...
 

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Is that a fact or is that just Jim’s wee preferred narrative? ...... most people I know suffered sectarianism and they aren’t horrible bitter little septic twats like the boul Jim :roll:
Well at least he didn't go out and murder or incapacitate people,

sorry,

for the CNR population that's acceptable behaviour for suffering any sort of sectarianism.
 

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So they didn't suffer any sectarianism then, they just preferred to live in a country that wasn't demographically Catholic. Sounds more like they were sectarian.
Many were intimidated in border counties.

Some Roman Catholics took revenge on Protestants or intimidated them, especially in the border counties with Northern Ireland: Donegal, Leitrim, Cavan, Monaghan and Louth. The bitterness between Protestants and Roman Catholics was so great that one-third of the Protestant community had left the Irish Republic by 1926. After 1926 intermarriage led to a further decline in the Protestant community, since the Roman Catholic Church requires the children of mixed marriages to be raised as Roman Catholics.

Article 44 of the 1937 Irish Constitution is discriminatory against Protestants – declaring that ‘the State recognizes the special position of the Roman Catholic Church as the guardian of the faith professed by the great majority of the citizens’. However, the constitution also guarantees freedom of religious faith. The special position of the Roman Catholic Church was removed from the constitution in 1972 after a referendum in which 88 per cent of the poll voted to abolish it.

Protestants - Minority Rights Group
 

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The steady decline of Protestant population in the south, the influence of Roman Catholic doctrines there on Government, displayed in matters of censorship, restrictions on birth control and other health matters, as well as difficulties which arise over the Church’s attitude to mixed marriages - all these factors tend to feed these fears as illustrative of what might be expected if Catholic political domination were to be achieved. (At the same time, it should be recognised that among a certain proportion of Unionists it was a matter of satisfaction that Catholics in Northern Ireland should have held themselves aloof from the community and thus accentuated the appearance of division and provide a justification for a policy of sectarian and political discrimination).

CAIN: HMSO: Cameron Report - Disturbances in Northern Ireland (1969), Chapters 10-16
The Southern Irish banks were mainly Protestant until the 1960s. Also a lot of the Protestant exodus occurred before the War of Independence. Part of it was English land agents moving back to Great Britain after the land redistribution in 1870-1903, the high Protestant death toll in WW1, Protestants moving to the Six Counties in anticipating of future partition under Home Rule (or later under the Free State), and of course the withdrawal of the British army. After independence, intermarriage was the main reason for the decline.

In some places sectarianism was a factor but some of it was the Anti Treaty IRA, and some of it motivated by former Southern Unionist support for the pro-Treaty govt.
 

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Sunny Jim tried to hector Senator Mitchell, the senator's reply was pure class.
 

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This is a must watch ... bbc1 the top table 10:40

What a fukin lunatic ... he’s making some clown out of himself.... OMG :lol:

Roaring & screaming at senator mitchell & Bertie Ahern ... Nolan basically warned him if he didn’t calm down he’d have to leave .... what a hideous little septic scrote :?

what is wrong with these fukin people ....

Crackpots are hilarious LMFAO
He didn't leave though when Nolan put it up to him.

Like all Unionists, he backed down.
 

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Well at least he didn't go out and murder or incapacitate people,

sorry,

for the CNR population that's acceptable behaviour for suffering any sort of sectarianism.
Here sonny, you’re in no position to preach to anyone about murder considering you were boasting about and mocking the murder of Catholics by loyalists in thus very site yesterday & today ....

Jim’s like you Dog, a bitter little non entity who’s being bypassed and yez can kick & scream all yez like but there ain’t a fukin thing yez can do about it ...... in the meantime, it’s hilarious watching the likes of Jim making an absolute cuunt outta himself :cool:
 

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Moi wonders has ahnowslobberings jizzed on the TV screen yet...
That sort of behaviour’s best left to sad little orange willied people like yerself round the 12th .... ah well, I suppose it saves the goat a bit of dignity :?


But yes, tis quite enjoyable to witness a fuked up crackpot orangie making an absolute cuunt outta himself on tv .,, oh how I laughed :lol: lmfao

Not class you see ... tis in the breed of them !!
 

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Yer going to need more baby wipes...
 


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