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Paramilitaries on O'Connell Street


bang bang

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I couldn't care less what she has to say. I wouldn't be surprised if Saoradh are merely a front for SF in an attempt to whitewash the party.
That is without doubt the most stupid phucking post on this thread and proves conclusively that you know absolutely nothing about the north.
You effing idiot.
 


Talk Back

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Dear oh dear, you are seriously comparing Nelson Mandela to the IRA? What about Winnie Mandela? She was fond of putting tyres around her enemies bodies so that their arms were pinned to them and they couldn't escape when the tyres were set on fire burning them to death. Sick that you honestly believe such filth. Stop drinking the Kool Aid. There will never be a united Ireland, the people in the republic will never agree to pay for it. You and Mr Teenage ''My Daddy is really important in FF'' seem to be feeding each other's delusions, what are you going to do next week when he's back at boarding school being laughed at and unable to spend his every waking hour here spouting nonsense? You seem like a right pair of head bangers.
You are trolling again. You have been told numerous times that the Irish Government says we can afford to reunify our country - and Ireland north and south, will be better off as a result.

The majority of the people of Ireland want the reunification of our people, our country, and the end of England's ongoing occupation in Ireland - have you ever seen a poll that showed otherwise???

Dail Eireann have been working on elements of a reunification paper through its 'Joint Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement'. They produced a paper called 'Uniting Ireland & its People in Peace & Prosperity'

Listen @ 25. A leading academic suggests significant shift in the population here - are we now on the countdown to a new Ireland? @AlexKane221b and @chrisadonnelly discuss #BBCNolan

Read. hhttp://data.oireachtas.ie/ie/oireachtas/committee/dail/32/joint_committee_on_the_implementation_of_the_good_friday_agreement/reports/2017/2017-08-02_brexit-and-the-future-of-ireland-uniting-ireland-and-its-people-in-peace-and-prosperity_en.pdf

A few months ago on BBC radio, Paul Gosling, an economic writer, researcher and broadcaster of some repute talked about the 6 county economic benefit following the reunification of Ireland and the ending of British rule.

Listen @ 1.46. BBC Radio Ulster - Good Morning Ulster, 13/08/2018
And here is the Paul Gosling report on the benefits of the reunification of Ireland for the 6 counties. The economic effect of an all-island economy | Paul Gosling

"This report concludes that there is a significant positive potential economic benefit from Irish reunification, particularly for the citizens of Northern Ireland. It is recommended that preparations begin now in accordance with Article 3 of the Irish constitution, as amended following the Good Friday Agreement. Progress towards achieving an all island economy should be reviewed annually by the Oireachtas."

The 'Southern Ireland' State sits atop the European growth charts, while the 'Northern Ireland' statelet is down at the bottom. EY’s Economic Eye, Winter 2017

What with Brexit and the decline of Unionism, British rule in Ireland is coming to an end - and soon. It's time for Unionists to accept their fate, and work with the rest of us to make Ireland a better place for all.
 

bang bang

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That fat turd at the front left doesn't look like he/she/it has missed a hot meal any time recently.

You get a lot of that sort at these IRA parades - overweight mentally sub-normal types.
You're mixing them up with OO parades Beachbum.
 

Lagertha

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You are trolling again. You have been told numerous times that the Irish Government says we can afford to reunify our country - and Ireland north and south, will be better off as a result.

The majority of the people of Ireland want the reunification of our people, our country, and the end of England's ongoing occupation in Ireland - have you ever seen a poll that showed otherwise???

Dail Eireann have been working on elements of a reunification paper through its 'Joint Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement'. They produced a paper called 'Uniting Ireland & its People in Peace & Prosperity'

Listen @ 25. A leading academic suggests significant shift in the population here - are we now on the countdown to a new Ireland? @AlexKane221b and @chrisadonnelly discuss #BBCNolan

Read. hhttp://data.oireachtas.ie/ie/oireachtas/committee/dail/32/joint_committee_on_the_implementation_of_the_good_friday_agreement/reports/2017/2017-08-02_brexit-and-the-future-of-ireland-uniting-ireland-and-its-people-in-peace-and-prosperity_en.pdf

A few months ago on BBC radio, Paul Gosling, an economic writer, researcher and broadcaster of some repute talked about the 6 county economic benefit following the reunification of Ireland and the ending of British rule.

Listen @ 1.46. BBC Radio Ulster - Good Morning Ulster, 13/08/2018
And here is the Paul Gosling report on the benefits of the reunification of Ireland for the 6 counties. The economic effect of an all-island economy | Paul Gosling

"This report concludes that there is a significant positive potential economic benefit from Irish reunification, particularly for the citizens of Northern Ireland. It is recommended that preparations begin now in accordance with Article 3 of the Irish constitution, as amended following the Good Friday Agreement. Progress towards achieving an all island economy should be reviewed annually by the Oireachtas."

The 'Southern Ireland' State sits atop the European growth charts, while the 'Northern Ireland' statelet is down at the bottom. EY’s Economic Eye, Winter 2017

What with Brexit and the decline of Unionism, British rule in Ireland is coming to an end - and soon. It's time for Unionists to accept their fate, and work with the rest of us to make Ireland a better place for all.
You just aren't getting the message. It matters not a jot what the government says on the matter. The reality is they will be told in no uncertain terms by the electorate to stick it where the sun doesn't shine. There are all sorts of issues that will never be solved so you continue with your circle jerk, the Republic never has and never will give a crap about the North of Ireland, suck it up buttercup, the North doesn't matter to us.
 

Hillmanhunter1

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Your "85% or all the people of Ireland approved the GFA" is not factually correct.

To keep posting the above without checking is moronic.
Ah, I see your big point. 85% of the votes cast, great, happy to clarify.

Now, do you agree that the GFA is the only valid expression of the will of the people of Ireland, and that opposition to the GFA is opposition to the will of the people of Ireland?
 

bang bang

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Dear oh dear, you are seriously comparing Nelson Mandela to the IRA? What about Winnie Mandela? She was fond of putting tyres around her enemies bodies so that their arms were pinned to them and they couldn't escape when the tyres were set on fire burning them to death. Sick that you honestly believe such filth. Stop drinking the Kool Aid. There will never be a united Ireland, the people in the republic will never agree to pay for it. You and Mr Teenage ''My Daddy is really important in FF'' seem to be feeding each other's delusions, what are you going to do next week when he's back at boarding school being laughed at and unable to spend his every waking hour here spouting nonsense? You seem like a right pair of head bangers.
Thankfully the majority of Irish people do not think like you. When there is a referendum on a UI the vast majority of Irish people will vote in favour. I believe this will happen in the not to distant future, much to your annoyance, undoubtedly.
 

bang bang

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You just aren't getting the message. It matters not a jot what the government says on the matter. The reality is they will be told in no uncertain terms by the electorate to stick it where the sun doesn't shine. There are all sorts of issues that will never be solved so you continue with your circle jerk, the Republic never has and never will give a crap about the North of Ireland, suck it up buttercup, the North doesn't matter to us.
You're delusional in the extreme.
 

Talk Back

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Ah, I see your big point. 85% of the votes cast, great, happy to clarify.

Now, do you agree that the GFA is the only valid expression of the will of the people of Ireland, and that opposition to the GFA is opposition to the will of the people of Ireland?
It is a big point fool - there is a big difference between what you claimed,"all the people of Ireland" and 85 percent of those who could vote.

Now for your next humiliating lesson from me - how many of the 85 percent you claim who voted in Ireland , bothered to vote in the 'Southern Ireland' State?
 

Hillmanhunter1

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It is a big point fool - there is a big difference between what you claimed,"all the people of Ireland" and 85 percent of those who could vote.

Now for your next humiliating lesson from me - how many of the 85 percent you claim who voted in Ireland , bothered to vote in the 'Southern Ireland' State?
I'm sure you have all the numbers.

What you don't appear to have is an argument, or any integrity.

Do you agree that the GFA is the only valid expression of the will of the people of Ireland, and that opposition to the GFA is opposition to the will of the people of Ireland? Or are you trying to wriggle out of giving an answer?
 

Gin Soaked

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I wouldn't. Then they would be martyrs.

I would go for a full on people response: dress up as Monty Pythons "Soldiers".

Exactly. That's why a civil society needs to be measured in it's response.

And keep these pr1cks on the wrong side of everything. Maybe expose the thuggery some more.
 

Michael_R

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The Love Ulster march was to be led by Willie Frazer and Brian McConnell. They planned to carry a picture poster of Robert McConnell one of the Dublin /Monaghan bombers. McConnell was a serving member of the British Army at the time.

Brian McConnell was his nephew. A similar Love Ulster scheduled for Belfast was opposed by the RUC as they said it was clearly a front for loyalist paramilitaries.

Frazer was refused a gun license on the ground that he associated with loyalist killers' as the RUC described them.

Peaceful it was not.
Can we agree on letting The Dublin and Wicklow LOL organize a march on the South side of the Liffey (Dawson Street to St. Patrick's Cathedral would be my suggestion for a route), nowhere near the GPO, no paramilitary garb or symbols, designate counterprotest spots, but get the Gardai to protect the route from any forceful interference?
 

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That is without doubt the most stupid phucking post on this thread and proves conclusively that you know absolutely nothing about the north.
You effing idiot.
It's possible though.

PSF/PIRA have used such tactics before. They used several other names over the decades.
 

Beachcomber

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It is a big point fool - there is a big difference between what you claimed,"all the people of Ireland" and 85 percent of those who could vote.

Now for your next humiliating lesson from me - how many of the 85 percent you claim who voted in Ireland , bothered to vote in the 'Southern Ireland' State?

You're wrong again.

It was 85% of the people who voted. Not everyone who could vote did vote.
 

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