The never ending hypocrisy of SF



RasherHash

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SF also believe there is a hierarchy of victim. Supporting their friend Downey demanding charges be dropped while supporting the prosecution of Soldier f
What did their friend Downey do and what did 'soldier' F do?
 

bang bang

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the community that suffered the most in the conflict was the N.I Catholic/Nationalist. They suffered the most deaths. Yes the 'Ra were responsible for over 1000 deaths too. The N.I nationalists voted for S.F- and should be respected for it. Also what does AntiDist poster think of the Glennane Gang?
Glennane gang- a mix of UDR soldiers, RUC policemen and UVF. Respectable by day but at night roaming Mid Ulster dispensing their "justice".
Why should Nationalist victims forget about this. But there is a hierarchy of victims. The Catholic/Nationalists are the forgotten ones if you ask me. Not the UK army soldiers.
Because ADM and a few others on this site are obsessed with and have a deep hatred for SF and also for the six county nationalist community. It is a strange phenomenon indeed to side with foreign occupiers who have killed many of their countrymen, maybe one of them would like to explain. You know who you are.
 

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The reports speak for themselves. Before posters reply with examples of DUP hypocrisy they should remember that the DUP are not knocking on doors in the ROI looking for a vote. If they were they would get the same response as given to SF representatives.
What Northern Ireland Catholics do in Northern Ireland is no business of any Stater. You were not interested in us in 1921. Nor were you in 1969. If you approve of Northern Ireland Catholics being murdered, that is your business. Please do not expect us to be equally unconcerned.

P.S. Sinn Fein should not be knocking doors in Eire. The politics of Eire should be left to Staters. If Sinn Fein were not trying to be "respectable" in the eyes of Eirefolk, they would be giving better leadership and service to the oppressed Catholic people of Northern Ireland.
 

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Paul Murphy might as well join SF

IRA thugs backed up by SF

Jobstown thugs backed up by SF
No chance!
Paul Murphy has said that poor SF couldn't be trusted regarding water charges.
SF fought a by-election in 2014 with some of their top table supporting the payment of water charges!
Paul Murphy is still laughing at poor SF!
 

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I don't think the town of Listowel should get broadband, some of the people there might use it for accessing ahem dodgy sites. LOL
 

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The US army charged Lft William Calley with the My Lai massacre, even though they lost 59000 soldiers fighting in South Vietnam.
But it would upset Sir Jeffrey Donaldson if Soldier F was charged with shooting of 11 or 12 Irish Catholics.
 

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The US is a country with a very strong record of defending it's Soldiers rights. They refused to join the International war crimes court for example

 

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The truth commission is perfect for SF as the IRA were full of waiters from Barcelona - "I know nothing" - Even Adams claims that Austin Stack gave him the names of those he believed had killed his father - Adams expects people to believe that Austin Stack knew the names but Adams didn't. Adams probably put it that way (as he did with the letter he received showing a list of alleged IRA paedophiles) so he couldn't be accused of being a grass or a tout. Adams is happy to "Pass on information" from others but not from himself. If Stack had the names why would he need Adams to pass them on to the PSNI. Even MMcG denied that he knew who killed Stack
You have missed the point and gone off on a rant that has nothing to do with your original post or my reply to it.

So to return how is it hypocritical to call for a banner to be removed ?

And if there is hypocrisy why are you blind to the numerous DUP etc politicians who consistently bang on about the rule of law and justice complaining bitterly when a prosecution is mounted against a British soldier who may have broken the law?
 

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Listen, we have been over this all before.
Not a bullet not an ounce.
No support of the security services in NI.
The were against getting rid of the Seanad, then for it.
They were against the USC, now they want it kept.
They were once passionately anti EU, now they are the maybe the most pro EU party in the state.
They were content with water charges at the start then they flipped on that one too.

So SF being hypocrite's isn t new, please change the record.
 

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Sir Jeffrey likes Soldier F.


He thinks there is a witch hunt going on against the Paras. And Sir Jeffrey is given a hero's welcome at the F.G conference.

 

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Sir Jeffrey Donaldson was in the UDR. He was saved by info about a plan to kill him by a Republican informer. The informer gave info to police.
 

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I note there are no positive threads wrt-SF the third largest party in the country and a real all-Ireland party, unlike the far-right partitionist FF/FG and the pretend Labour party.

Are only negative threads about SF allowed on "Ireland's premier political forum"?
Sink fein always the victim:cool:
 

Sweet Darling

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True, but with ADM and similar posters their blind hatred of Republicans in general and SF in particular doesn't allow for rational thought.
The Irish don't hate republicans as they are republicans They just hate provo nasho's
 

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What Northern Ireland Catholics do in Northern Ireland is no business of any Stater. You were not interested in us in 1921. Nor were you in 1969. If you approve of Northern Ireland Catholics being murdered, that is your business. Please do not expect us to be equally unconcerned.

P.S. Sinn Fein should not be knocking doors in Eire. The politics of Eire should be left to Staters. If Sinn Fein were not trying to be "respectable" in the eyes of Eirefolk, they would be giving better leadership and service to the oppressed Catholic people of Northern Ireland.
You lot bottled it in 1916 and again in 1920s. it's the reason the north was not taken into account by either side when the treaty debates in the Dail happened.
 

Glenshane4

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You lot bottled it in 1916 and again in 1920s. it's the reason the north was not taken into account by either side when the treaty debates in the Dail happened.
Stick to facts. Many areas of Northern Ireland were very active during the War of Independence. But you Staters like to tell lies to cover up your treachery.
 


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