Time for Northern Nationalists to get SF/IRA to actually work for them.


death or glory

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After all the attacks on the DUP for its stance on the proposed Brexit deal, is it not time for the Nationalist electorate who we are all told want Theresa Many's deal, to put extreme pressure on SF/Ira to use their votes at Westminster to get the deal through.
SF have the cheek to ask the nationalist electorate to vote for them, so is it not time at this crucial moment at the Brexit deal to use their votes in this all important decision.

If the vote fails by less tan 14 votes, and we get a hard Brexit, I hope the nationalist electorate will put the blame right on the shoulders of SF.

Sinn Fein leader reaffirms abstentionist policy at Markievicz celebrations - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
 

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After all the attacks on the DUP for its stance on the proposed Brexit deal, is it not time for the Nationalist electorate who we are all told want Theresa Many's deal, to put extreme pressure on SF/Ira to use their votes at Westminster to get the deal through.
SF have the cheek to ask the nationalist electorate to vote for them, so is it not time at this crucial moment at the Brexit deal to use their votes in this all important decision.

If the vote fails by less tan 14 votes, and we get a hard Brexit, I hope the nationalist electorate will put the blame right on the shoulders of SF.

Sinn Fein leader reaffirms abstentionist policy at Markievicz celebrations - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
Northern Ireland says NO.

The British made their mess let them sort it out. Northern Ireland will still have an option of voting back in to the EU. I can see the ulster Farmers supporting such a move. see below




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No Deal Brexit is not an Option
Saturday, 11 August, 2018

Northern Ireland’s beef, sheep and hill farming sectors have joined with red meat processors to warn that 'No Deal' would be a disastrous outcome from the ongoing Brexit negotiations.

With time tight and, to date, no middle ground between London and Brussels the Ulster Farmers Union (UFU) and Northern Ireland Meat Exporters Association (NIMEA) say they have deep concerns about the potential impact of the UK leaving the EU next March with no trade deal in place.

Sam Chesney, UFU beef and lamb Chairman said, “We see this as a very risky outcome. We would face up to 60 per cent tariffs on exports and unfair competition in the UK market from lower standard meat imported from outside Europe.” He added that two independent reports from the Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (AFBI) and the Livestock and Meat Commission (LMC) had highlighted the dangerous vulnerability of the beef and sheep sector to a no deal result. "

News - Ulster Farmers Union
 

mac tíre

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After all the attacks on the DUP for its stance on the proposed Brexit deal, is it not time for the Nationalist electorate who we are all told want Theresa Many's deal, to put extreme pressure on SF/Ira to use their votes at Westminster to get the deal through.
SF have the cheek to ask the nationalist electorate to vote for them, so is it not time at this crucial moment at the Brexit deal to use their votes in this all important decision.

If the vote fails by less tan 14 votes, and we get a hard Brexit, I hope the nationalist electorate will put the blame right on the shoulders of SF.

Sinn Fein leader reaffirms abstentionist policy at Markievicz celebrations - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
The blame will fall where it belongs - the British parliament that gave us the referendum and the British public who voted for it. We'll also blame the DUP who campaigned for Brexit, propped up the government that attempted to deliver Brexit and who threw a strop at said government, which ensured the whole UK was covered by the backstop - and thus the current problem.

And since most unionists voted for Brexit, we'll blame them too.

The Shinners ain't gonna save ye and neither will nationalists. Brexit is a British shít show - own it. Ye have been warned all along - but, sure, people like you didn't (and don't) care - "no surrender" or some such.

There'll probably not be a hard Brexit because, despite all the rhetoric, the Brits have shít themselves at the thought of it.

The craic is fúcking mighty.
 

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Wait, is the DOG begging the Shinners to ride to London (on white horses, presumably) in order to stage a dramatic last-minute intervention to save the British from the inevitable consequences of the very policy DOG and the DUP voted for and have been aggressively pushing for these last two years?

Ye just couldn't make these headcases up :roflmao:
 

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After all the attacks on the DUP for its stance on the proposed Brexit deal, is it not time for the Nationalist electorate who we are all told want Theresa Many's deal, to put extreme pressure on SF/Ira to use their votes at Westminster to get the deal through.
SF have the cheek to ask the nationalist electorate to vote for them, so is it not time at this crucial moment at the Brexit deal to use their votes in this all important decision.

If the vote fails by less tan 14 votes, and we get a hard Brexit, I hope the nationalist electorate will put the blame right on the shoulders of SF.

Sinn Fein leader reaffirms abstentionist policy at Markievicz celebrations - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
We Irish blame you foreigners for all the trouble you are causing Ireland.

The real British in Britain consider you nomads to be white trash.
 

Fr. Ted Crilly

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After all the attacks on the DUP for its stance on the proposed Brexit deal, is it not time for the Nationalist electorate who we are all told want Theresa Many's deal, to put extreme pressure on SF/Ira to use their votes at Westminster to get the deal through.
SF have the cheek to ask the nationalist electorate to vote for them, so is it not time at this crucial moment at the Brexit deal to use their votes in this all important decision.

If the vote fails by less tan 14 votes, and we get a hard Brexit, I hope the nationalist electorate will put the blame right on the shoulders of SF.

Sinn Fein leader reaffirms abstentionist policy at Markievicz celebrations - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
You want SF to swear an oath to your queenie?
Not going to happen, child.
 

runwiththewind

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After all the attacks on the DUP for its stance on the proposed Brexit deal, is it not time for the Nationalist electorate who we are all told want Theresa Many's deal, to put extreme pressure on SF/Ira to use their votes at Westminster to get the deal through.
SF have the cheek to ask the nationalist electorate to vote for them, so is it not time at this crucial moment at the Brexit deal to use their votes in this all important decision.

If the vote fails by less tan 14 votes, and we get a hard Brexit, I hope the nationalist electorate will put the blame right on the shoulders of SF.

Sinn Fein leader reaffirms abstentionist policy at Markievicz celebrations - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
Nationalists don't care as they have options.
What do unionists have?
 

the secretary

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After all the attacks on the DUP for its stance on the proposed Brexit deal, is it not time for the Nationalist electorate who we are all told want Theresa Many's deal, to put extreme pressure on SF/Ira to use their votes at Westminster to get the deal through.
SF have the cheek to ask the nationalist electorate to vote for them, so is it not time at this crucial moment at the Brexit deal to use their votes in this all important decision.

If the vote fails by less tan 14 votes, and we get a hard Brexit, I hope the nationalist electorate will put the blame right on the shoulders of SF.

Sinn Fein leader reaffirms abstentionist policy at Markievicz celebrations - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
But sure its the fault of Cameron and his Tory party that there was a vite in the first place. If you are looking for someone to blame then blame him.
 

death or glory

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Looks like a hard Brexit is looming.
As I said you only have yourselves to blame.
 

redneck

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Looks like a hard Brexit is looming.
As I said you only have yourselves to blame.
You have spent the last 5 years or so on this forum attacking Sinn Féin. Now you expect them to help you by voting for May's deal? Your own DUP members are voting against it.
The Nationalists would really like a second referendum and article 50 revoked. That is the UK stays in the EU. Voting for May's deal rules this option out.
 

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If and when the DUP agrees to an Acht na Gaeilge- then S.F will consider whether to swear the Oath of Allegiance.
 

Fr. Ted Crilly

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Looks like a hard Brexit is looming.
As I said you only have yourselves to blame.
LOL, do you even understand what that will do to the economy of NI?
Wait until yer daddy discovers the EU farmers dole isn't in his account and London tell him to sing.......

Northern Irish Brexiteers really are the dumbest bunch of f**kers know to man.
 

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If and when the DUP agrees to an Acht na Gaeilge- then S.F will consider whether to swear the Oath of Allegiance.
No chance of the latter happening....

Once the flatearthers are jettisoned though by Theresa May, they'll come running back to government in NI.
 

death or glory

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LOL, do you even understand what that will do to the economy of NI?
Wait until yer daddy discovers the EU farmers dole isn't in his account and London tell him to sing.......

Northern Irish Brexiteers really are the dumbest bunch of f**kers know to man.
Hey Fr Ted,
It will be you redneck farmers that will be hardest hit when us British stop importing, do you know nothing.

Feel the wrath of Eire's farmers in poverty due to the hardened attitude of the mainly urban politicians taking a hard stance on the border,
 

death or glory

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If and when the DUP agrees to an Acht na Gaeilge- then S.F will consider whether to swear the Oath of Allegiance.
Ha, ha,
there will not be an Irish language act, it is a fake stance and in reality no-one really cares about it.
 

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Hey Fr Ted,
It will be you redneck farmers that will be hardest hit when us British stop importing, do you know nothing.

Feel the wrath of Eire's farmers in poverty due to the hardened attitude of the mainly urban politicians taking a hard stance on the border,
Grand. They are still in the EU and will get their funding anyway.

The question is who is going to fund british farming?
 

death or glory

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Grand. They are still in the EU and will get their funding anyway.

The question is who is going to fund british farming?
See how that goes when British funding of the EU runs out.

Eire agriculture will be decimated.
 

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the Brexit game is up- I predict either:
Article 50 will be put on hold indefinitely
There will be a second referendum sometime in 2019 or early 2020- and it will vote Remain.
 
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