Karen Bradley, an insult to the people of Ireland.


ergo2

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This calls for the sublime diplomatic skills and deep political nous of Minister of State for Northern Ireland Ms K Brady.

I am all agog to hear what Ms Brady says next. It's like 'Bridget Jones Does Belfast'.
Has Karen B been fired while we were distracted by the Brexit stuff?
 

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She's unlikely to know unless her security pass mysteriously stops working.
 

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Karen is dead right

the SF party won't admit when the IRA did murder so why should she (or anyone else) condemn soldiers

real soldiers not chickensh-t cowards who wore balaclavas
 

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Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley reveals the dismissive condescending arrogance of the Brits towards the people subject to their rule in the Six Counties.

Karen Bradley admits ignorance of Northern Ireland politics

As the total time she has spent in the North can be counted in hours rather than days, neither can this twat have picked up any understanding of her brief much since her appointment.

The government should tell the Brits they're in breach of the Good Friday Agreement by appointing an empty-headed political ornament to uphold their commitments to Anglo-Irish relations.

In the big picture, NI is a small part of the UK. Fewer then 3% of the UK's population lives there.

While nationalist folks in NI and Eire may think that NI is the biggest issue ever, it clearly isn't.

So why would HMG put any more effort into NI than it needs to?
 

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Karen is dead right

the SF party won't admit when the IRA did murder so why should she (or anyone else) condemn soldiers

real soldiers not chickensh-t cowards who wore balaclavas

As has been said a million times before, if the British security forces had really meant to eliminate Cs, Ns and Rs they could have done so within a month. The fact that the security forces didn't resort to doing so shows that the vast majority of members of the security forces were good people.
 

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To quote the historian Dermot Ferriter we know a lot about the English but they know very little about us. Thats the case because in their grand scheme of things we are unimportant (your average uneducated English person still thinks we are still some way part of the UK) yes this is a fact. The 10 DUP MP's are important to the present British government but that too will pass probably after the next UK general election. And of course the ignorant paddy in NI will still elect useless Sinn Fein idiots who will not take their seats and represent their people.

Why should they know anything about you?

The ROI is a foreign country.
 

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Some do, most don't. Religion and politics are unfortunately linked as the place was set up on a sectarian basis against the will of many of the inhabitants, most people vote on the basis of nationality which when you think about it, is an even more fundamental ideological position than the left-right dichotomy afforded those who have had a more fortunate history. You regrettably, seem as ill informed as K.B .

NI wasn't set up on a sectarian basis.

It was set up on a common sense basis, so that unionists would not end up in a truly sectarian RC Church-controlled Irish political entity.
 

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I never realised there were so many west Brits on here.
 

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In the big picture, NI is a small part of the UK. Fewer then 3% of the UK's population lives there.

While nationalist folks in NI and Eire may think that NI is the biggest issue ever, it clearly isn't.

So why would HMG put any more effort into NI than it needs to?
That is a very nationalist point of view. Good man.
 

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NI wasn't set up on a sectarian basis.

It was set up on a common sense basis, so that unionists would not end up in a truly sectarian RC Church-controlled Irish political entity.

Could you explain the reason for including Fermanagh and Tyrone in Northern Ireland?
 
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