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L'Chaim

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I don't take lectures from zionazis who are all inveterate liars.
And you don't back up outrageous statements you make. And we know why that is......you can't. All you bring to this site is hysteria
 


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par for the course, unless its a shinner or a shinner leaning person on the other chair
That's a tad unfair, I usually find Sean a most pressing interrogator of all.
 

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And you don't back up outrageous statements you make. And we know why that is......you can't. All you bring to this site is hysteria
Is the zionazi still talking someone, which part of boycott does it not understand?
 

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Anyone listening to Hariet Harmon on SOR now , talk about a whinge fest.

It seems everyone(every man anyway) she ever met was out to get her in some way or other. Any one whoever disagreed with her did so only because she was a woman.

She is doing a hell of lot of generalizing , every man in politics is useless and only looks out for themselves , every man in a senior position in academia or other field isout to take advantage of their young female students.

Everything is gender , gender , gender , every subject comes back to that and how all man are baxtards etc etc.

Of course if a male politician was to come on and generalize so negatively about women she would be one of the first jumping up and down screaming sexism.
No.
She seemingly has an agenda & there was some wimmins' views but what came across was she was badly treated by Blair, Brown and that Beardie lad who stood for London mayor.
That was interesting. She was a cabinet minister but the beardie lad was, as her junior minister, told her civil servants that she was only a temp. He replaced her after 6 months.
 

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That's a tad unfair, I usually find Sean a most pressing interrogator of all.
He gives fine gaelers and especially fianna failers a very easy ride. In fact he sometimes even gives them the questions he's going to ask!
 

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He gives fine gaelers and especially fianna failers a very easy ride. In fact he sometimes even gives them the questions he's going to ask!
He's utterly useless as a presenter and interviewer, so he is right at home in RTE.
 
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cormac of the late debates been doing the show for the last two days and looks to be on for the week.

just a heads up for those interested. been doing a good so far.

maybe too good for seans wage packet !

:D :D :D :
 

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cormac of the late debates been doing the show for the last two days and looks to be on for the week.

just a heads up for those interested. been doing a good so far.

maybe too good for seans wage packet !

:D :D :D :
Agree. He's good. Clear out the top-line presenters and replace with the next tier for 40% of the price. That's part of the solution to Deeeeeee Forbes's problem, and it's a much better one than doubling the license fee or taxing computers.
 

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interviewing david davin power now , he is as every bit as dull as i would have imagined

praising brian cowen , o rourke being a FF supporter was delighted to hear this and joined in
 

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That's a tad unfair, I usually find Sean a most pressing interrogator of all.
like all RTE interviewers/commentators, he's very fair to FG/FF/Lab.

heard him this morning - he admitted that he interviewed the FG TD Deasy some time ago, & that he played a game of golf with him that afternoon !
can you imagine him doing that with a Shinner ?
of course not - like all RTE people, he has to be afflicted with Shinnerphobia in order to get a well paid job with the organization.
 

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Where is O'Rourke these days? It must be 4 weeks since he was last on air. Don't they usually take the usually RTE Holiday for the month of August.
 

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like all RTE interviewers/commentators, he's very fair to FG/FF/Lab.

heard him this morning - he admitted that he interviewed the FG TD Deasy some time ago, & that he played a game of golf with him that afternoon !
can you imagine him doing that with a Shinner ?
of course not - like all RTE people, he has to be afflicted with Shinnerphobia in order to get a well paid job with the organization.
O''Rourke is brutally biased especially towards FF but also FG. he gives FFers very soft interviews and constantly drgas in the troubles whenever interviewing a SFer in any depth.
 

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Biased towards FG me boll**

But saying all that he probably wouldn`t look forward to SF IRA AAA PBP tax policy when they are in Gubberment.

The axis of DELUSION
 

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Sean O’Rourke apologises for ‘hunger strikers’ reference

Mr Morrison noted how the presenter reviewed what was written about the late former Taoiseach Liam Cosgrave in an obituary from that day’s Daily Telegraph.
“Sean O’Rourke’s own contribution and ad libs, including mimicking the voice of Liam Cosgrave, was disgusting and offensive at any level,” Mr Morrison claimed.
O’Rourke, Mr Morrison claimed, “begins laughing when quoting that Liam Cosgrave when told by Cardinal Conway that the hunger strikers were living only on water retorted ‘water is too good for them’, followed by another laugh.”
Mr Morrison said he found the comment “offensive, insensitive and in bad taste, and lacking in objectivity and impartiality.”
O’Rourke, he said, “wittingly or subconsciously, reflects that mindset which is to denigrate and ridicule republican and nationalist suffering and the resistance during the conflict, whilst paying lip-service and homage to the suffering of earlier generations whose sacrifices resulted in freedom from British rule which the South enjoys today.”

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/soc...gises-for-hunger-strikers-reference-1.3249494
 

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Sean O'Rourke was, of course, slagging off Liam Cosgrave, following what for him is an utterly normal pattern of behaviour.

Compare and contrast how he treats the deaths of senior figures associated with Fianna Fáil.

He's the most obvious Fianna Fáil hack on the airwaves in Ireland, and that's saying quite something.
 

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like all RTE interviewers/commentators, he's very fair to FG/FF/Lab.

heard him this morning - he admitted that he interviewed the FG TD Deasy some time ago, & that he played a game of golf with him that afternoon !
can you imagine him doing that with a Shinner ?
of course not - like all RTE people, he has to be afflicted with Shinnerphobia in order to get a well paid job with the organization.
If a Sinn Féin public rep was ever spotted playing golf, they would probably get the hairdryer treatment from Eoin O'Broin for such bourgeois behaviour.

Except, of course, if it was an 'army council' SF rep - O'Broin would just have to bite his tongue in that case.
 

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like all RTE interviewers/commentators, he's very fair to FG/FF/Lab.

heard him this morning - he admitted that he interviewed the FG TD Deasy some time ago, & that he played a game of golf with him that afternoon !
can you imagine him doing that with a Shinner ?
of course not - like all RTE people, he has to be afflicted with Shinnerphobia in order to get a well paid job with the organization.
Can't imagine any Shinner TDs who play golf.
 

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If a Sinn Féin public rep was ever spotted playing golf, they would probably get the hairdryer treatment from Eoin O'Broin for such bourgeois behaviour.

Except, of course, if it was an 'army council' SF rep - O'Broin would just have to bite his tongue in that case.
can you imagine any RTE/Newstalk personality fraternising with a Shinner, say at a hurling match or whatever, before interviewing him/her ?
you can in your bollix.

Section 31 may be gone, but it's spirit ls alive & kicking, among the broadcast/print media.
 


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