Republicans against # Stand up against sectarianism



theloner

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I heard earlier they live in N.Down.
Their lispy w*nker of a spokesperson will head back to the shores and detached houses of Donaghadee after spewing UVF filth all over a new shared housing scheme in Belfast.
A microcosm of the bygone days of cowardly 'big house Unionism' winding up the plebs then sneaking back to the long driveways. Difference here is UVF 'mediator' and 'communicator' sulks back to mummy and daddy's house. How embarrassing.
 

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Their lispy w*nker of a spokesperson will head back to the shores and detached houses of Donaghadee after spewing UVF filth all over a new shared housing scheme in Belfast.
A microcosm of the bygone days of cowardly 'big house Unionism' winding up the plebs then sneaking back to the long driveways. Difference here is UVF 'mediator' and 'communicator' sulks back to mummy and daddy's house. How embarrassing.



Concur sir, very embarrassing indeed......but IMO.....such AH's should be under lock and key due to their illegal activities.

The sick counties is a very deeply divided society and I see the powers that be ignoring that pertinent fact.
 

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Republicans want banners with the #Stand up against sectarianism because they feature IRA terrorist atrocities.

Does Republican hypocrisy know no bounds?

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/politics/ira-atrocity-banners-will-only-be-removed-if-they-threaten-public-safety-psni-36976579.html
What sort of imbecile are you. The Belfast Telegraph article you quote to justify this trolling filth doesn't mention republicans anywhere. The only objection mentioned in the article was raised by the CEO of Radius Housing, the biggest housing association in the north. Are you seriously suggesting that he is a republican hypocrite?
John McLean, chief executive of Radius Housing, which manages the housing area, said the imagery was not appropriate for a shared housing area.

“These banners should not have been erected and should be removed immediately," he said.

"There was no consultation with the people who live in this area and the imagery used is not appropriate for a shared living scheme which is home to families from all backgrounds. We strongly feel that this is not an appropriate way to display events of the past."
You'd want to tread a little more carefully, or you might lose your shirt in a defamation suit, you daft sectarian clown.
 

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The usual SF hypocrisy.

Why are only rebs able to use the slogan
#stand up against sectarianism.

These were all sectarian terrorist attacks.
Lennie, you are so mind numbingly dumb its unbelievable ... It seems you never get sick of making a total a$shole out of yourself :roll:
 

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Are there any shared housing projects in west Belfast?
Ah here we go ... So you're questioning the validity of shared housing projects? ...

Would you be a wee bit like top unionist go to man, wee slimey Bwyson, and not want to see decent hardworking people living "together" in mixed areas ?

you Crackpots on here are seriously fuked up :roll:
 

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The ultimate irony is that the creation of these shared housing developments is still in its infancy and the intention to get away from the past is being obstructed by the very people who logically stand to benefit most from an integrated society. They have chosen a clear path of trying to strangle these projects at birth. The result of that can only be the perpetuation of the dysfunctional, divided sectarian statelet that in the longer term makes continued union with Britain untenable.
 

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The ultimate irony is that the creation of these shared housing developments is still in its infancy and the intention to get away from the past is being obstructed by the very people who logically stand to benefit most from an integrated society. They have chosen a clear path of trying to strangle these projects at birth. The result of that can only be the perpetuation of the dysfunctional, divided sectarian statelet that in the longer term makes continued union with Britain untenable.
 

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Ah here we go ... So you're questioning the validity of shared housing projects? ...

Would you be a wee bit like top unionist go to man, wee slimey Bwyson, and not want to see decent hardworking people living "together" in mixed areas ?

you Crackpots on here are seriously fuked up :roll:
No. I simply asked were there any shared housing projects in west Belfast.


You seem to wish to deflect from that.

So, are there any?
 

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It is hardly a revelation that after several centuries of bitter conflict, sectarianism exists on both sides. I'm not sure how it affects my point, which is that the perpetuation of a dysfunctional society undermines the stability of current political arrangements, which is much more to the disadvantage of loyalism. Political stability is loyalism's bet hope of maintaining the constitutional status quo.
Yet the opening poster is celebrating the fact that this sort of mindless trolling by loyalists is happening, and even seeks out another sectarian argument about the fact. How stupid is that? :)
 

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It is hardly a revelation that after several centuries of bitter conflict, sectarianism exists on both sides. I'm not sure how it affects my point, which is that the perpetuation of a dysfunctional society undermines the stability of current political arrangements, which is much more to the disadvantage of loyalism. Political stability is loyalism's bet hope of maintaining the constitutional status quo.
Yet the opening poster is celebrating the fact that this sort of mindless trolling by loyalists is happening, and even seeks out another sectarian argument about the fact. How stupid is that? :)
Yer point horse was only aimed at themuns, that tis how it affects yer original point! Ye continued in that vein by dismissing the photo as hardly a revelation that after several centuries of bitter conflict, sectarianism exists on both sides. and then go on to have another go at themuns. Do let moi know if ye need anymore of yer ramblings explained to ye...
 

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Putting up one sided atrocity porn in a shared housing estate?

Are yez really that fook'n bored?
 

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No. I simply asked were there any shared housing projects in west Belfast.

You seem to wish to deflect from that.

So, are there any?
wise up ffs, by asking if there were any shared housing projects in west Belfast "you" were deflecting ,,,,, any fukin eejit "should" be able to comprehend that :roll:


Now, try & STOP the deflecting & whataboutery for a minute ...... Do you not like decent people trying to live "together" in shared housing ?
 

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Oh dear ye can always tell when somewans little feet are stamping, the CAPITALS are out next will be the BOLD, lmfao...
 

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Oh dear ye can always tell when somewans little feet are stamping, the CAPITALS are out next will be the BOLD, lmfao...
the only little feet stamping I feel sorry for are these ones ... I suppose you'll be getting the trimmer oot :?

btw, why did your OO forefathers not do any feet stomping in Europe during WW2 ?

 

between the bridges

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Oh dear, did somewan mention deflecting? did that same somewan mention WW2? lmfao...
 


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