Making Northern Ireland a part of Australasia temporarily?

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Australasia is a region of Oceania and comprises Australia, New Zealand, the island of New Guinea, and neighbouring islands in the Pacific Ocean. It's a magnificent place full of natural scenic beauty, spirit lifting wonder and awe inspiring delight. It's ethnicities include The Māori people and Aboriginals, and of course Whites, many of whom are of British and Irish descent.

The one thing Australasia lacks and could greatly benefit from is a sizeable (approx 6 Irish counties) gobsh1te population to stir up national, religious and racial intolerance. Truth be told, the peoples of Australasia have been living in a virtual multicultural utopia, characterised by effective and reasonable governance, and a reluctance to waste millions of tax-payer's money on ill conceived, faux environmental, get rich quick schemes.

Clearly the peoples of Australasia have been denied a gobsh1te populace whose political leaders possess a natural predilection to f*** things up beyond comprehension for too long, and that is in effect a form of cultural deprivation. Only by making Northern Ireland part of the larger whole which is Australasia can we put an end to this cultural deprivation, and in doing so, provide economically insufficient NI with a different country to leech onto and bleed dry.

"Everyone hates us and we don't care" is yesterday's cliched malaise. It belongs in the past. Tomorrow we could raise our regional self-esteem by aspiring to be part of something bigger, something better, ....but of course only on a temporary basis, as what country on earth wants to be permanently saddled with the political, religious, economic and cultural basket-case which is NI?
 


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Great craic the O6C forum.

Wasters.
 

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We want something in return. The Brits don't need any quid pro quo, getting rid of their annual bill for running the place would be reward enough, but Ireland needs compo if we're to drop nationalist aspirations for a united Ireland.

I suggest they give us Vanuatu in exchange.

 

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You do realise that Vanuatu is a South Pacific Ocean nation made up of roughly 80 islands that stretch 1,300 kilometers? It would be unmanageable.

I propose we drop the Vanuatu aspiration, nurture the Irish nationalist aspiration, then make a polite official request to the PUL comoonity to drop the "No" from "No Surrender", and for a keg of Guinness per PUL household.

*hiccup*
 

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Damn, I thought Vanuatu was near Australia. Maybe they could give us half of New Zealand then. We'll swap North Island for Northern Ireland, its practically the same name nobody will even notice the difference.
 

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Damn, I thought Vanuatu was near Australia. Maybe they could give us half of New Zealand then. We'll swap North Island for Northern Ireland, its practically the same name nobody will even notice the difference.
You might not like their flag which they seem pretty keen to hang onto.
 

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Damn, I thought Vanuatu was near Australia. Maybe they could give us half of New Zealand then. We'll swap North Island for Northern Ireland, its practically the same name nobody will even notice the difference.
You do realise NZ contains a significant number of people who are non-Caucasian, maintain questionable physical hygiene, and like the Aboriginals and the Irish, are genetically predisposed to chronic alcoholism?

You haven't thought this one through, have you?
 

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They'd be joining Ireland, so their flag would be the tricolour.

But you'd want to be all inclusive and all that wouldn't you, respect minorities and have their identity included within national flags & symbols?
 

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But you'd want to be all inclusive and all that wouldn't you, respect minorities and have their identity included within national flags & symbols?
Yes, and to that end we would replace the orange in the tricolour with a colour of North Island's choice.
 

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You do realise NZ contains a significant number of people who are non-Caucasian, maintain questionable physical hygiene, and like the Aboriginals and the Irish, are genetically predisposed to chronic alcoholism?

You haven't thought this one through, have you?
That's fine, they can't be any worse than Limerick.
 

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A pre-emptive fleg row, I'm impressed folks.
 

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But you'd want to be all inclusive and all that wouldn't you, respect minorities and have their identity included within national flags & symbols?



Why all of sudden your obsession with flags, you told us you cycle by them and only see the one's you wish to see?:D
 

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We want something in return. The Brits don't need any quid pro quo, getting rid of their annual bill for running the place would be reward enough, but Ireland needs compo if we're to drop nationalist aspirations for a united Ireland.

I suggest they give us Vanuatu in exchange.





Would turn into this quickly when the fleggers and their pals commence hostilities against their neighbours.



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