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McSlaggart

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Its in today's Belfast tele. that boundary changes could make Sinn Fein biggest party in terms of MP's from Northern Ireland.

At what point should the BBC start referring to Unionists as the minority community? If they are not going to do that how should they now "label" the Nationalist community?
 


silverharp

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is there a bit of Gerry Adamsing going on?
 

McSlaggart

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a half hearted play on words , gerrymandering
It may well be that Irish nationalists are now the majority across Northern Ireland. I know in Tyrone and Fermanagh SF are taking seats with over 50% of the popular vote. The other factor is that to my surprise the young have now caught the politics bug.

Thank you Arline.
 

former wesleyan

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Will the prods get a UNESCO preservation order now that they'll be a minority everywhere in Ireland ?
 

Mickeymac

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The unionists won't like that. Democracy in action is anathema to them.

Always was sir from the creation of the false statelet, even a child would wonder why the border was drawn in such a twisting and turning across the map instead of a straight line, thankfully today many Nationalists know the reason for this as it was deliberately drawn to keep the orange state in perpetuity (so they thought):D

Today however, most Nationalists know the ending of the false statelet is in sight and they see colonism as a thing of the dark past.
 

PeaceGoalie

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Always was sir from the creation of the false statelet, even a child would wonder why the border was drawn in such a twisting and turning across the map instead of a straight line, thankfully today many Nationalists know the reason for this as it was deliberately drawn to keep the orange state in perpetuity (so they thought):D

Today however, most Nationalists know the ending of the false statelet is in sight and they see colonism as a thing of the dark past.
Nationalists and Republicans always knew that. I take it you are a Provo Nua.
Soon the DUP will have 11 seats to Sinn Fein's 7, after lady Harmon is shafted. So Rangers 12-Celtic 7. Just like the old Northern score of 2-1. Howseve,r now, Sinn Fein help to underwrite the gerrymander. If Sein Fein's leaders are not MI6, they sure act like them. Quack like a duck etc
 

Mickeymac

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Northern Ireland is a community of minorities.

NO Raz
When Britain and their planters created a false statelet, their aim was to create one minority......those opposed to their illegal carve up and partition of the island of Ireland.

They hoped it would last much longer than it did....but....that's demographics for you Raazza:lol:
 

CastleRay

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Are able bodied people, men and heterosexuals the main majorities these days?
 

Jezza15

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Always was sir from the creation of the false statelet, even a child would wonder why the border was drawn in such a twisting and turning across the map instead of a straight line, thankfully today many Nationalists know the reason for this as it was deliberately drawn to keep the orange state in perpetuity (so they thought):D

Today however, most Nationalists know the ending of the false statelet is in sight and they see colonism as a thing of the dark past.
??? The Border was drawn around the historical boundaries of the six counties.
 


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