Mexicants To Guard Thon Border

between the bridges

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Simon Coveney: “Yes, but we can’t get into where they’ll be at this stage. They could be in the sea, they could be... But once you start talking about checks anywhere near the border, people will start delving into that and all of a sudden we’ll be the government that reintroduced a physical border on the island of Ireland.”

Mr Coveney’s comments “reveal the truth that the threat of border posts comes not from the UK but from the EU forcing Dublin to do so”.

EU border checks: Dublin’s admission caught on tape - Belfast Newsletter

Well jaysus but ye could have knocked moi down with a pink feather and called moi merry loo, anyway turns out the real Irish are taking steps to protect themselves from the invasion of the tea eggs...
 


Se0samh

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Simon Coveney: “Yes, but we can’t get into where they’ll be at this stage. They could be in the sea, they could be... But once you start talking about checks anywhere near the border, people will start delving into that and all of a sudden we’ll be the government that reintroduced a physical border on the island of Ireland.”

Mr Coveney’s comments “reveal the truth that the threat of border posts comes not from the UK but from the EU forcing Dublin to do so”.

EU border checks: Dublin’s admission caught on tape - Belfast Newsletter

Well jaysus but ye could have knocked moi down with a pink feather and called moi merry loo, anyway turns out the real Irish are taking steps to protect themselves from the invasion of the tea eggs...
No need for that...not when a take over is in progress...:D
 

Roll_On

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Excellent, NI residents will get a taste of a hard border just before a border poll. The outcome of which writes it's self.
 

AhNowStop

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Excellent, NI residents will get a taste of a hard border just before a border poll. The outcome of which writes it's self.
Loyalism is just so incredibly short sighted ... Strategy really is an unknown concept to them :roll: .. wtf are the like, seriously :) lmfao
 

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Simon Coveney: “Yes, but we can’t get into where they’ll be at this stage. They could be in the sea, they could be... But once you start talking about checks anywhere near the border, people will start delving into that and all of a sudden we’ll be the government that reintroduced a physical border on the island of Ireland.”

Mr Coveney’s comments “reveal the truth that the threat of border posts comes not from the UK but from the EU forcing Dublin to do so”.

EU border checks: Dublin’s admission caught on tape - Belfast Newsletter

Well jaysus but ye could have knocked moi down with a pink feather and called moi merry loo, anyway turns out the real Irish are taking steps to protect themselves from the invasion of the tea eggs...

The EU will make them guard the border if circumstances result in the need to do that.

The EU isn't going to give the ROI some special dispensation.

Leo Varadkar steps up Irish Brexit no-deal plans - BBC News

"EU planning notices published last month said that in the event of no deal every consignment of animal products (including food) coming into the EU from the UK would have to undergo checks "at the point of entry."

It did not suggest that Ireland would be exempt from that."
 

between the bridges

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why is your side an arid wasteland, bridgey?
Sigh, typical engineer looking at it back to front, thon view is towards the promised land nat from it...
 

death or glory

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Simon Coveney: “Yes, but we can’t get into where they’ll be at this stage. They could be in the sea, they could be... But once you start talking about checks anywhere near the border, people will start delving into that and all of a sudden we’ll be the government that reintroduced a physical border on the island of Ireland.”

Mr Coveney’s comments “reveal the truth that the threat of border posts comes not from the UK but from the EU forcing Dublin to do so”.

EU border checks: Dublin’s admission caught on tape - Belfast Newsletter

Well jaysus but ye could have knocked moi down with a pink feather and called moi merry loo, anyway turns out the real Irish are taking steps to protect themselves from the invasion of the tea eggs...
Told them that Umpteen times but would the numptys listen.
 

Beachcomber

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Told them that Umpteen times but would the numptys listen.

They really do live in a dreamworld of their own making.

They just can't face reality.

The EU will be telling the ROI what to do. The ROI will have no choice in the matter.
 

Talk Back

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Simon Coveney: “Yes, but we can’t get into where they’ll be at this stage. They could be in the sea, they could be... But once you start talking about checks anywhere near the border, people will start delving into that and all of a sudden we’ll be the government that reintroduced a physical border on the island of Ireland.”

Mr Coveney’s comments “reveal the truth that the threat of border posts comes not from the UK but from the EU forcing Dublin to do so”.

EU border checks: Dublin’s admission caught on tape - Belfast Newsletter

Well jaysus but ye could have knocked moi down with a pink feather and called moi merry loo, anyway turns out the real Irish are taking steps to protect themselves from the invasion of the tea eggs...
Here ya Redneck Hillbilly - know thyself as the world knows thee.

[video=youtube;Fv4BP4FE1OQ]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv4BP4FE1OQ[/video]
 

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