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south down 32csm condemns anti social behaviour


saoirsegodeo32

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South Down 32 County Sovereignty Movement
16/09/2010
Anti-social behaviour must end now.
The South Down 32 County Sovereignty Movement call for an immediate end to the growing tide of Anti-social behaviour and intimidation by a small group of youths in The Mayobridge area recently.
Several residents of the Craignamona, Lisbane park and St Annes Park estates have been in contact with the sovereignty movement with complaints ranging from persistent damage to property, intimidation and low level drug dealing. Others dealt with drinking, drug taking and indecency on a public pathway.
It is significant that the majority of complaints have been recorded following a meeting of the Newry and Mourne DPP in the Village last Monday (13th September). When asked why these residents had approached the republican movement many stated that they believed that at least two of those engaged in acts of intimidation and drug dealing were in fact passing information to the PSNI/RUC.
In calling for an end to this behaviour the 32 CSM appeal directly to these young men, youths and to their parents to ensure that such actions cease before someone is hurt or is forced to leave the area as a result of community action, it is our belief that dialogue is the most suitable way to resolve such issues and we pledge the support of the republican movement in facilitating dialogue if needed. We also pledge to stand with the community if the appeals of the community are ignored by a small number of young people within it. Anyone with concerns can contact the South Down 32 CSM.
 

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Outrageous hypocrisy from a group actively involved in a campaign aimed to destabilise an entire state.
 

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Outrageous hypocrisy from a group actively involved in a campaign aimed to destabilise an entire state.
Why so?

And yet again whats with all the "outrageous" and "vile", etc.

Why do Unionists always have to be such drama queens? :confused::confused:
 

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Why so?

And yet again whats with all the "outrageous" and "vile", etc.

Why do Unionists always have to be such drama queens? :confused::confused:
Perhaps seeing our community butchered over the years at the hands of people who achieved nothing has something to do with it.
 

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Perhaps seeing our community butchered over the years at the hands of people who achieved nothing has something to do with it.
Your community wasnt butchered though. Members of the secuirity forces were as the National Liberation movement did its best to avoid civilian causalities.

Honestly the impression you give me and others is that Unionists actually got off on the troubles. Something the nationalist/republican community didnt.
 

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Your community wasnt butchered though. Members of the secuirity forces were as the National Liberation movement did its best to avoid civilian causalities.

Honestly the impression you give me and others is that Unionists actually got off on the troubles. Something the nationalist/republican community didnt.
How do you explain the likes of Tullyvallen, Enniskillen, Kingsmills, Teebane and countless other examples of the killing of people purely because of their religion? I think some of your heroes in the national liberation movements often saw no distinction between the security forces and Protestants.
 

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How do you explain the likes of Tullyvallen, Enniskillen, Kingsmills, Teebane and countless other examples of the killing of people purely because of their religion? I think some of your heroes in the national liberation movements often saw no distinction between the security forces and Protestants.
Eniskillen was an accident...But anyway the people there were hardly innocent given what they were doing were they? That action was particularly popular across India as you can easily imagine.

Kingsmill wasnt carried out by the IRA or the INLA.....It did make the Glenanne gang behave though didnt it?

Tullyvallen, members of a fascist hate organization that has caused countless amounts of misery on this island? Good enough for them. Infact there is a strong argument given the fact that Unionists did get off on the troubles (something I notice you dont deny) that if the IRA had been more liberal (which doesnt mean being sectarian...But maybe making every member of the DUP a legitimate target?) in its targets the Troubles would have been over a lot quicker (remember you lot started them!).

Dont know what the story with Teebane was.
 
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Eniskillen was an accident...But anyway the people there were hardly innocent given what they were doing were they? That action was particularly popular across India as you can easily imagine.

Kingsmill wasnt carried out by the IRA or the INLA.....It did make the Glenanne gang behave though didnt it?

Tullyvallen, members of a fascist hate organization that has caused countless amounts of misery on this island? Good enough for them. Infact there is a strong argument given the fact that Unionists did get off on the troubles (something I notice you dont deny) that if the IRA had been more liberal (which doesnt mean being sectarian...But maybe making every member of the DUP a legitimate target?) in its targets the Troubles would have been over a lot quicker (remember you lot started them!).

Dont know what the story with Teebane was.
You are a uniquely deluded hypocrite. I find it ironic that you put forward the argument that unionists 'get off' (a revealing and silly term about your own character) whenever it is evident you get great pleasure the acts of savagery carried out by Republicans against the Protestant community. Why weren't those at Enniskillen innocent? Just because they were remembering people who had died in much larger conflicts than Northern Ireland (yes, they do exist) for the British Army does not warrant death. By your logic, Loyalist paramilitaries were justified in their murder campaign against Catholic civilians because of their implicit link to Republican terrorism - a horrible notion. Kingsmill was an IRA operation, regardless of what cover name the perpetrators used. Your comments about Tullyvallen are vile. Two of the men were in their 70s and 80s - they joined the Order long before Troubles were even a remote possibility. Teebane was the blowing up of a work van full of Protestant workers.
 

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You are a uniquely deluded hypocrite. I find it ironic that you put forward the argument that unionists 'get off' (a revealing and silly term about your own character) whenever it is evident you get great pleasure the acts of savagery carried out by Republicans against the Protestant community. Why weren't those at Enniskillen innocent? Just because they were remembering people who had died in much larger conflicts than Northern Ireland (yes, they do exist) for the British Army does not warrant death. By your logic, Loyalist paramilitaries were justified in their murder campaign against Catholic civilians because of their implicit link to Republican terrorism - a horrible notion. Kingsmill was an IRA operation, regardless of what cover name the perpetrators used. Your comments about Tullyvallen are vile. Two of the men were in their 70s and 80s - they joined the Order long before Troubles were even a remote possibility. Teebane was the blowing up of a work van full of Protestant workers.
See....Its hard to believe that you didnt derive pleasure from typing that all out.

Oh yeah....Protestant cultures as compared to other Christian cultures (whether Orthodox or Roman Catholic) tend to value the telling of truth and the avoidance of all lies....But Ulster Unionists are renowned for their dishonesty.....What is it that makes you lot the odd men (and women!) out in this regard?

Thats something Im really curious to know?
 

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Your comments about Tullyvallen are vile. Two of the men were in their 70s and 80s - they joined the Order long before Troubles were even a remote possibility. .
This is a particularly stupid comment given the fact that the Orange Order did all it could to make the Troubles inevitable.

They reaped what they sowed. No?
 

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This is a particularly stupid comment given the fact that the Orange Order did all it could to make the Troubles inevitable.

They reaped what they sowed. No?
I suppose you are right whenever you say they made the Troubles inevitable - Irish revolutionaries were always going to seek to annihilate them some day as they are Protestant and supportive of the link with Britain. It is just a pity Republicanism did not try to accomodate the Orange rather than murder them - would have made more sense politically.
 

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I suppose you are right whenever you say they made the Troubles inevitable - Irish revolutionaries were always going to seek to annihilate them some day as they are Protestant and supportive of the link with Britain. It is just a pity Republicanism did not try to accomodate the Orange rather than murder them - would have made more sense politically.
We were talking about the Orange statelet here....Where the Orange was in power....
 

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We were talking about the Orange statelet here....Where the Orange was in power....
No, unionism was in the majority due to a combination of numbers and nationalist apathy. That is how democracy works. It was only natural that the Orange influenced many of the leaders as it is closely entwined with Ulster's political and cultural heritage.
 

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No, unionism was in the majority due to a combination of numbers and nationalist apathy. That is how democracy works. It was only natural that the Orange influenced many of the leaders as it is closely entwined with Ulster's political and cultural heritage.
It was only natural also to continously troll, oppress and generally alienate the minority?

You know there a chance the troubles might never have happened if you lot hadnt been so psycho when you had the chance....But maybe you were trying to create them all along for the buzz?
 

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Eniskillen was an accident...But anyway the people there were hardly innocent given what they were doing were they? That action was particularly popular across India as you can easily imagine.

Kingsmill wasnt carried out by the IRA or the INLA.....It did make the Glenanne gang behave though didnt it?

Tullyvallen, members of a fascist hate organization that has caused countless amounts of misery on this island? Good enough for them. Infact there is a strong argument given the fact that Unionists did get off on the troubles (something I notice you dont deny) that if the IRA had been more liberal (which doesnt mean being sectarian...But maybe making every member of the DUP a legitimate target?) in its targets the Troubles would have been over a lot quicker (remember you lot started them!).

Dont know what the story with Teebane was.

Breathtaking. You really are lowlife. I can't believe idiots like you are allowed to post stuff like this.
 

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the teebane workers were repairing an occupational barracks and the IRa had warned that anyone doing such work was a legitimate target, they also killed many catholics doing such work
 

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Actually it's a September Blog he has C&P without a link .... so in theory the Mods should act.
As with his other copy and paste from the Cork blog.
thought ye might enjoy a wee word from the sovereignty movement to brighten up your day:p
 

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the teebane workers were repairing an occupational barracks and the IRa had warned that anyone doing such work was a legitimate target, they also killed many catholics doing such work
Did you expect workers to turn down work and starve then? Thanks to the IRA's relentless violence a lot of construction work at times would have been for the security - you cannot blame men and women for wanting to support their families.
 
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