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Republican Sinn Fein: "Ireland - A Special Case"


Mr Aphorisms

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Republican Sinn Fein in their newspaper - before anyone starts, it costs 2 euro and I bought it out of curiosity, not because I support them - gave their opinion on Ireland being a "special case." It is a very hard hitting attack, which brings up our shamed past, such as our refusal to allow Jews into Ireland before and after the Holocaust.

It is a rather hard hitting attack on the 26 county state altogether. However, one can not feel that there is a certain amount of truth to what they have said in their paper Saoirse.

Enda Kenny has been made a European "Special Person." Ireland has been declared a "Special Case" by the Germans.

Gerry Adams says the time for "elites" is in the past and the lowest common denominator should apply in matters of public office. He calls it "Big Democracy". Ironic that we are witnessing the end of democracy as in the disbandment of local accountable town councils and Councillors. The disbandment of the upper house and reduction in the number of Free Staters in their Dáil. Maybe the Germans tell the truth when they describe Ireland as a special case.

For example, Ireland is the "neutral" country which is training Somali mercenaries in Uganda who will then return to their country and impose good "democratic" values upon their populations. Democracy at the point of a gun of course. Most certainly a "special case."

Ireland is the "neutral" country which through Eamon Gilmore recognised German and French backed Libyan mercenaries as a legitimate government.

Ireland is the special case whose State broadcasting body invited the commander of the "Tripoli Brigade" onto the Late Late Show and lauded him as a hero while refusing to ask him about his ties to al-Qaeda and the execution of bound and gagged black men on the outskirts of the city.

Ireland is the special case whose soldiers act as "Advisers" in Afghanistan.

Ireland is the special case whose government handed sovereignty to three unelected bodies in Europe with direct ties to groups which advised Hitler's Nazis on how to seize Jewish property.

Ireland is the special case which sent sympathy to the German State upon the death of Adolf Hitler.

Ireland is the special case which refused entry to Jewish refugees both before and after WWW2.

Ireland is the special case whose government "forgave" its military deserters who left its civilian population to its fate while chasing better wages in the British army during WW2.

Ireland is the special case whose government values Black and Tan mercenaries equally with those who sacrificed their lives in an attempt to institute democracy on all parts of this island.

Ireland is a special case whose Government believes it can "run with the fox and hunt the hounds."

One suspects there is a rude awakening ahead... for all of us.
 


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Your a special poster.
 

TommyO'Brien

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RSF - the Monster Raving Looney party of Ireland, but with even less support.
 

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They really, really don't like the Defence Forces sharpening up their skills, but are cute enough to hide it in among a pious concern for Nazi victims.
 

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RSF - the Monster Raving Looney party of Ireland, but with even less support.
That maybe the case, Tommy. I would have some sympathy with what you say. But perhaps you could actually comment on the OP?
 

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RSF - the Monster Raving Looney party of Ireland, but with even less support.
Tommy a cara if you're going to comment stick to the OP and stop trolling. In the name of
 

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RSF - the Monster Raving Looney party of Ireland, but with even less support.
Whatever about their party, Ruairí Ó Brádaigh is one hell of a man. Still going strong at 80!
 

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The OP reminds me of a man caught buying Playboy claiming he only bought it for the articles ;)
Hahaha, that was a good one, a chara. I will give you that.
 

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They really, really don't like the Defence Forces sharpening up their skills, but are cute enough to hide it in among a pious concern for Nazi victims.
Are you suggesting that Republicans are somehow National Socialists?
 

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I cannot find it, but there is a wonderful picture of him glaring daggers at Adams when Adams replaced him as President in 1983. If looks could kill!
Try to find it, I'd love to see that :lol:
 

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Are you suggesting that Republicans are somehow National Socialists?
It won't be long until he brings in Protestants. Wait for it. Give him a few minutes to try and bring Protestants into the equation.
 

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It won't be long until he brings in Protestants. Wait for it. Give him a few minutes to try and bring Protestants into the equation.
Not too hard really...not a word about the catastrophic drop in the already tiny percentage of Protestants in the Ireland referred to in the article. Of course, if only they'd been in power, everything would have been different. ;)
 

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Not too hard really...not a word about the catastrophic drop in the already tiny percentage of Protestants in the Ireland referred to in the article. Of course, if only they'd been in power, everything would have been different. ;)
Good man. I almost thought you forgot about them.
 

cathalbrugha

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It won't be long until he brings in Protestants. Wait for it. Give him a few minutes to try and bring Protestants into the equation.
This is what I call Pious concern. Fine Gaels Darren Scully pictured at election time with a Black person..



Scully - “So after a while of this I made the decision that I just was not going to take on representations from black Africans. That I would be very courteous to them and I would pass on their query to other public representatives who would take their concerns."

And of course let's not forget Pious Taoiseach Enda Kennys jokes..

From Joe.ie ..

Enda Kenny likes to tell racist jokes

Enda Kenny was giving an after dinner speech to party members and journalists in September 2002, and decided to tell a joke. Unfortunately, the joke turned out to be a bit racist. Kenny, talking about a holiday he had in Portugal, said “a Moroccan barman 'with shiny teeth' had been asked why a cocktail was called a 'Lumumba' and replied it was named after 'some ************************************ who died dans la guerre'.”

The Lumumba he referred to in his anecdote was one Patrice Lumumba, a murdered African freedom fighter. And ‘unluckily’ for Kenny many members of Lumumba’s family were currently living in Tallaght, including one of his six sons and seven of his grandchildren.

As you can imagine they weren’t very happy when it was reported, his son Kongole Lumumba saying, “It is very sad to hear of my father, who was a great man, being spoken about in this way. I would like to call that man [Kenny] and ask him exactly what he was talking about. I still can't believe that a man in his position would make such a remark. He has made a spectacle of himself.”
 
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Republican Sinn Fein in their newspaper gave their opinion on Ireland being a "special case." It is a very hard hitting attack, which brings up our shamed past, such as our refusal to allow Jews into Ireland before and after the Holocaust.

However, one can not feel that there is a certain amount of truth to what they have said in their paper.
RSF claim a direct line to the anti treaty republican forces. Have RSF ever reflected on who exactly is remembered in Fairview Park by a statue and that the said former reveered Republicna died on his way in a U boat with the exact intention of convining with the Nazis. What in the corcumstances of a German invasion of Ireland in 1940 was SF going to do with Irelands 4,000 Jews?
 

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