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Orangemen the new "blacks"- orange past master.


Figaroni

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Sam McCrory, a past master of Clifton Street’s Tyndale LOL 1869, said bands played music along the stretch as a protest.

Mr McCrory said: “It was done as a protest to the pro-apartheid organisation, otherwise known as the Parades Commission.

“Because it seems to be that we now have an apartheid system in Northern Ireland where we are, and excuse the terminology, where we are the blacks . That’s the way we feel.”

Read more: Another parade... and another ruling is flouted by bands - Northern Ireland, Local & National - Belfasttelegraph.co.uk

I actually think he said that with a straight face!
 

Lonewolfe

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Look, all these people wanna do is march about, playing their lovely flutes and drums, making wonderful music, spreading love and mirth.

Why can't you Nordie Catholics just get with the programme, get out there on the 12th and enjoy the party?
 

between the bridges

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to be honest i prefer the orangemen have two heads and eat babies theory...
 

Paddyc

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Is he mixing them up with the Royal Black Preceptory.

They're black as far as I know.
 

Mickeymac

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Sam McCrory, a past master of Clifton Street’s Tyndale LOL 1869, said bands played music along the stretch as a protest.

Mr McCrory said: “It was done as a protest to the pro-apartheid organisation, otherwise known as the Parades Commission.

“Because it seems to be that we now have an apartheid system in Northern Ireland where we are, and excuse the terminology, where we are the blacks . That’s the way we feel.”

Read more: Another parade... and another ruling is flouted by bands - Northern Ireland, Local & National - Belfasttelegraph.co.uk

I actually think he said that with a straight face!


Figaroni, you couldn't make that stuff up,they are such a$$holes.:lol::lol::lol:
 

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“Because it seems to be that we now have an apartheid system in Northern Ireland where we are, and excuse the terminology, where we are the blacks . That’s the way we feel.”
How about we don't excuse your terminology you complete tosser. I'm waiting for the next stage of "It's worse than Nazi Germany" from this cretin.
 

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cricket

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Well. the OO are at least consistent, consistently bonkers.
 

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Look, all these people wanna do is march about, playing their lovely flutes and drums, making wonderful music, spreading love and mirth.

Why can't you Nordie Catholics just get with the programme, get out there on the 12th and enjoy the party/
Like the ' southies ' did in Dublin :roll:

 

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between the bridges

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Well. the OO are at least consistent, consistently bonkers.
he uses over emotive language which devalues the point...couple of thousand uneventful parades this year and yet all we hear about is one place which stems from one band one tune and one empty building...
 

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he uses over emotive language which devalues the point...couple of thousand uneventful parades this year and yet all we hear about is one place which stems from one band one tune and one empty building...


Easily resolved, don't march where you are not welcome..........end of.
 

vivabrigada

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“Because it seems to be that we now have an apartheid system in Northern Ireland where we are, and excuse the terminology, where we are the blacks . That’s the way we feel.”
:roll:
Is there no end to the idiocy?

THOSE WHOM THE GODS WISH TO DESTROY THEY FIRST MAKE FOOLISH.
 

vivabrigada

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he uses over emotive language which devalues the point...couple of thousand uneventful parades this year and yet all we hear about is one place which stems from one band one tune and one empty building...
Take that up with the YCV, they created the situation in Donegall St where there was none, with their sectarian behaviour.
Maybe Sam McCrory is their media advisor.
 

between the bridges

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Sam McCrory, a past master of Clifton Street’s Tyndale LOL 1869, said bands played music along the stretch as a protest.

Mr McCrory said: “It was done as a protest to the pro-apartheid organisation, otherwise known as the Parades Commission.

“Because it seems to be that we now have an apartheid system in Northern Ireland where we are, and excuse the terminology, where we are the blacks . That’s the way we feel.”

Read more: Another parade... and another ruling is flouted by bands - Northern Ireland, Local & National - Belfasttelegraph.co.uk

I actually think he said that with a straight face!
talking of with a straight face's from the link...
Sean Maskey from Carrick Hill Concerned Residents Association said: “It’s just disrespect again. I’m not surprised.”

The association said it had scaled down its protest. Frank Dempsey, the association’s chairman, also pointed to “a big question mark” over music played by the last band passing St Patrick’s Church.

The Parades Commission had ruled that only hymns could be played along Donegall Street.

“The last band, it was just complete drumming,” Mr Dempsey claimed. “There was no hymn.”

Fr Michael Sheehan, parish priest of St Patrick’s, also said he “did not recognise” music played by the last band.
most tunes are introduced with a drum roll the length of which will vary depending on the band and the tune...as for not recognising the tune hopefully someone will tell him it was the Ballard 'mad dog ate my tea eggs' and he can then realise how perfectly correct he was to be preoffended...
 

between the bridges

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Take that up with the YCV, they created the situation in Donegall St where there was none, with their sectarian behaviour.
Maybe Sam McCrory is their media advisor.
or we can take the case of the covenant parade, 100k attendance and what gets reported one guy urinating in public...
 

eskrimador

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Funny that he mentions apartheid. As we all remember, unionism supported it in South Africa.



Man alive! Did they ever
 
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