Paramilitaries on O'Connell Street

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They aren't really paramilitaries.
They are a collection of egotistical, big headed weirdos who fancy themselves as hard men.
They want to do it the hard way and unite Ireland by force.
I reckon if you said to the vast majority of them that I'll see you at 8am in the morning for a hard days work then they wouldn't be seen for dust.

These freaks stick together, socialise together, carry out crime together, go to jail together. They associate with few people outside of their own little inbred gang.
They think the whole country thinks or shoukd think like them.
Sad really.
 


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Idiot - the period leaflet gives a date, the 16th of March 1922. That's a link moron - look it up in Hansard.

Birkenhead the Chancellor of your own country at that time is on record mocking the renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) that are now called the Defence Forces, for waging a war against the Irish Republican Army/Óglaigh na hÉireann (the legal and legitimate army of the Irish Republic), and for destroying the proclaimed 1916 Irish Republic on behalf of, and with the help of England.

So moron - who are the true successors to the men and women of 1916 who proclaimed Ireland a Republic - the Irish Republican Army/Óglaigh na hÉireann - or the renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) that are now called the Defence Forces, who destroyed the proclaimed 1916 32 county Irish Republic on behalf of, and with the help of, our enemy England during 1922/23???

You are a particularly stupid English troll - posting about things Irish that you clearly know nothing about. And then being the moron you are, you demand proof of an event that happened and that no one is denying, other than your stupid self.
NOW! No one in Ireland agrees with you NOW! Not almost one hundred years ago.

Christ almighty can anyone drill through the f***g wood here?

Show your opinion that the DF are not considered the legitimate forces of Ireland IN THE PRESENT DAY. You wont, because you can't because you are a lone crank.
 

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NOW! No one in Ireland agrees with you NOW! Not almost one hundred years ago.

Christ almighty can anyone drill through the f***g wood here?

Show your opinion that the DF are not considered the legitimate forces of Ireland IN THE PRESENT DAY. You wont, because you can't because you are a lone crank.
Here moron - academia agree with me. You are coming across as quite thick and childish.

The true successors to the men and women of 1916 who proclaimed Ireland a Republic are OBVIOUSLY the Irish Republican Army/Óglaigh na hÉireann - NOT the renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) that are now called the Defence Forces, who destroyed the proclaimed 1916 32 county Irish Republic on behalf of, and with the help of, our enemy England during 1922/23.

Only an imbecile such as yourself with what seems an IQ in the low double-digits would even attempt to suggest otherwise.
 

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Here moron - academia agree with me. You are coming across as quite thick and childish. The true successors to the men and women of 1916 who proclaimed Ireland a Republic are OBVIOUSLY the Irish Republican Army/Óglaigh na hÉireann - NOT the renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) that are now called the Defence Forces, who destroyed the proclaimed 1916 32 county Irish Republic on behalf of, and with the help of, our enemy England during 1922/23. Only an imbecile such as yourself with what seems an IQ in the low double-digits would even attempt to suggest otherwise.
You claim academia agree that the DF are an illegitimate organization.

Yet you cannot provide a link to a single academic supporting the claim.

You are coming across as very thick.
 

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You claim academia agree that the DF are an illegitimate organization.

Yet you cannot provide a link to a single academic supporting the claim.

You are coming across as very thick.
Where did I claim that moron???

You are the one who is posting I claimed that because you are cornered like a rat.

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The true successors to the men and women of 1916 who proclaimed Ireland a Republic are OBVIOUSLY the Irish Republican Army/Óglaigh na hÉireann - NOT the renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) that are now called the Defence Forces, who destroyed the proclaimed 1916 32 county Irish Republic on behalf of, and with the help of, our enemy England during 1922/23.
Only an imbecile such as yourself with what seems an IQ in the low double-digits would even attempt to suggest otherwise.
 

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Yep - the Commander in Chief of the renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) that are now called the Defence Forces was the King of England.

A constitutional role vested in the enemy British monarch because the usurper Free State was set up as a British dominion.

All Officer Commissions given to the renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) by England's Governor of the usurper Free State were vested in the enemy British monarch.

Not only were half the renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) riddled with ex British army men - the British army were directly transferring British soldiers into specialist positions in the renegade Free State army.

The renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) that are now called the Defence Forces were Crown Forces and set up under the terms of the treaty as England's local Defence Forces in Ireland.

Shocking stuff - but he only people the renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) that are now called the Defence Forces fought against in Ireland, were the Irish Republican Army/Óglaigh na hÉireann - the army of the Irish Republic as proclaimed in 1916.

Obviously, the renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) that are now called the Defence Forces, are clearly not the successors to the men and women of 1916 who proclaimed Ireland a Republic - the factual and actual successors to the men and women of 1916 are the Irish Republican Army/Óglaigh na hÉireann.
 
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Yep - the Commander in Chief of the renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) that are now called the Defence Forces was the King of England.

A constitutional role vested in the enemy British monarch because the usurper Free State was set up as a British dominion.

All Officer Commissions given by England's Governor of the usurper Free State were vested in the enemy British monarch.

Not only were half the renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) riddled with ex British army men - the British army were directly transferring British soldiers into specialist positions in the renegade Free State army.

The renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) that are now called the Defence Forces were Crown Forces - set up under the terms of the treaty as England's local defence force in Ireland.

Obviously, the renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) that are now called the Defence Forces, are clearly not the successors to the men and women of 1916 who proclaimed Ireland a Republic - the factual and actual successors to the men and women of 1916 are the Irish Republican Army/Óglaigh na hÉireann.
We live is a new paradigm now. Where British and Irish people live in a civilized relationship.

The days of killing for Ireland are consigned to history.
 

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Where did I claim that moron???

You are the one who is posting I claimed that because you are cornered like a rat.

I posted


Only an imbecile such as yourself with what seems an IQ in the low double-digits would even attempt to suggest otherwise.
Crack is a hell of a drug.
 

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Serious whiff of desperation emanating from the Free State trolls now.

The lie that is the foundation myth of the usurper Free State is being laid bare - hahahaha.
I'll ask you again, if the Republic of Ireland is illegitimate, who is el Presidente? We'd all love to know!
 

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I'll ask you again, if the Republic of Ireland is illegitimate, who is el Presidente? We'd all love to know!
I believe Republican orthodoxy holds that it's the head of the Army Council pending the re-establishment of the Republic.

So it'll be a 105 year old third cousin of O'Bradaigh from Mayo.
 

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Yep - the Irish Republican Army were the lawful and legitimate army of the 32 county Irish Republic. They took an Oath of Allegiance (as did Dáil Éireann) to the Irish Republic.

The oath to the Irish Republic:- “ I, A.B., do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I do not and shall not yield a voluntary support to any pretended Government ('Southern Ireland' provisional government), authority or power within Ireland hostile and inimical thereto, and I do further swear (or affirm) that to the best of my knowledge and ability I will support and defend the Irish Republic and the Government of the Irish Republic, which is Dáil Eireann, against all enemies, foreign (British army) and domestic (Free State army), and I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same, and that I take this obligation freely without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, so help me, God.”

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Whereas - the renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) that are now called the Defence Forces were Crown Forces and set up under the terms of the treaty as England's local Defence Forces in Ireland.

The renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) that are now called the Defence Forces took an Oath of Allegiance to the enemy British monarch - as did the usurper 'Southern Ireland' State "government.

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Poor Free State trolls - living the lie.
 
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I'm still waiting - who is el Presidente?
 

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So - quite clearly, the true successors to the men and women of 1916 who proclaimed Ireland a Republic are OBVIOUSLY the Irish Republican Army/Óglaigh na hÉireann - NOT the renegade Free State army (deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles) that are now called the Defence Forces, who destroyed the proclaimed 1916 32 county Irish Republic on behalf of, and with the help of, our enemy England during 1922/23.
 

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To know who is our legitimate leader. Who is s/he? Who is el Presidente?
What do you imagine you are asking - and what has that to do with the charlatan Defence Forces who make a mockery of 1916 by reading the proclamation of the 32 county Irish Republic (they destroyed) every year since the GFA?

The traitors never read it during the troubles - in fact they used to ban Irish Patriots from reading the 1916 Proclamation outside the GPO.

Poor Free State trolls - living the lie.
 


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