Robin Swann new UUP leader - who he?

Covenanter

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if you change you name you are in pain-
B special / UDR / RIR / not allowed to be armed on our streets again-
IRA, OIRA, PIRA, CIRA, RIRA, NIRA, I can't believe it isn't the IRA. In pain indeed. Lolz Councillor your really are a muppet.
 


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Sinn Fein was the name a hundred years ago- it is still the name-
Sinn Fein, Official Sinn Fein, Provisional Sinn Fein, Republican Sinn fein etc etc etc. Keep her lit Councillor!
 

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yup- the Brits that don't want no more tonne bombs in England will work for us-( Lundys you call them-)-
Your friendly Liebore government is gone councillor. Gone for good.
 

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[video=youtube;Wz_DNrKVrQ8]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wz_DNrKVrQ8[/video]
 

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Is that the Sinn Fein that did not support or take part in the Easter 1916 rising?
Was there not a court case in ROI that concluded new Sinn Fein isn't the same as Sinn Fein from that time? To do with accessing other people's money no doubt.
 

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A big no need as your lot surrendered and handed over your weapons.
Losers.
The weapons were " put beyond use " on I.R.A. terms, no hand over, no photographs and no filming ( which the Unionists demanded and which were rejected ). Show me a link to a story regarding a single weapon " handed over ".
 

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Is that the Sinn Fein that did not support or take part in the Easter 1916 rising?
Do you mean the "sinn féin uprising", as it was dubbed by the British press at the time? That uprising?
Sinn Féin was not involved in the failed Easter Rising, despite being blamed by the British Government for it. The leaders of the Rising were certainly looking for more than the Sinn Féin proposal a separation stronger than Home Rule under a dual monarchy. Any group that disagreed with mainstream constitutional politics was branded ‘Sinn Féin’ by British commentators
http://theirishwar.com/organizations/sinn-fein/
So, it can be seen that, a) the British hadn't a clue even a hundred years ago, and b) the term "sf/ ira" is merely upholding a fine century old tradition of blackguarding by the terminally clueless.
 
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