Yep. Because (a) the 1998 vote endorsed an international agreement which still exists and (b) the 1998 vote in support of the GFA continues to reflect the will of the Irish people by all metrics.You dismissed the 1918 vote earlier and claimed the 1998 was in someway more legitimate,
I'm not sure how you think any of that contradicts what I said.WTFU pal and smell the coffee, the GFA has been used and abused by the British in recent weeks to keep their 10 bigoted DUP supporters on board to force a Brexit on the island of Ireland which no one wants.
Keep up with events as they unfold pal instead of mixing and twisting your feeble arguments to enhance your anti Irish agenda.
Yep. Because (a) the 1998 vote endorsed an international agreement which still exists and (b) the 1998 vote in support of the GFA continues to reflect the will of the Irish people by all metrics.
I'm not sure how you think any of that contradicts what I said.
Where did I claim that?Are you now claiming, May and her 10 unionist sectarian bigots who support her in parliament are in support of the GFA?
Brexit, in itself, does not breach the GFA.Common knowledge pal, the Brits breached the GFA almost three years ago when they voted Brexit. In a feeble attempt to heal the deep divisions within Toryism they now seem intent on tearing it to shreds to placate onionism in the orange state.
Where did I claim that?
I said I support the GFA and that the Irish people support the GFA. I have said nothing about whether or not May or the DUP support it.
Now you’re flat out lying.Quit playing games pal.... you claimed the GFA was democratically supported Internationally and for reasons of your own decided to omit the abhorrence of the DUP to that said agreement, did you know that party are keeping the present Tory party and Government afloat, together with their motley crew of racist bigots and tax dodgers?
Now you’re flat out lying.
This whole discussion (if you could call it that) has been about the democratic support for the GFA in the 1998 vote. It might surprise you but that vote was a vote in Ireland - both north and south.
At no point have I commented on whether May or the DUP support the GFA. If you can’t engage without lying, don’t engage.
you mean the GFA? An extant international Agreement of the UK and Ireland, and supported democratically and as close to universally as doesn't matter?
That post does not say whether or not May and the DUP support the GFA. Stop lying.
It was, and is, supported democratically by the Irish people. That is the only claim I made. I made no claim as to the support of May or the DUP. Stop. Lying.You really are some piece of work pal, you claimed the GFA was supported democratically, how can that be when the British government are kept in power by their partners in the DUP who, against democratic votes do not support that said Agreement?
Sober up ffs.
It was, and is, supported democratically by the Irish people. That is the only claim I made. I made no claim as to the support of May or the DUP. Stop. Lying.