What do the Irish really think on unification?

AhNowStop

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Well we have a lot of big orange boyo's but it's not for trading but can be given out to a good home.
Wee Orange seedless Jaffas you mean dopey ... sure isn’t that why yez are being bred out 😂

now if yez hadda spent less time marching & riding the goat :unsure: ;)
 
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I'm prepared for the inbred aspect, the mental health problems, but I really think I and mine can improve their bloodstock.

It's a contribution to unity above and beyond.
Jaysus stop ... a cross between yourself and the dog would be akin to the end results of “the fly:eek:
 

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Na don’t think so kid ... ye better have a wee read of the GFA ;)

Sure you’d only be out bred again anyway 😂
You're deluded if you think The Belfast Agreement will effect all humanity till the end of time. Truly deluded. It was above all else a POLITICAL document and was sold as such at the time. But delusion is central to green Irish culture isn't it? Sure for decades you thought the local priest was doing you all a favour taking your little boys and girls of your hands for a while whilst you slumped drunk in the local drinking den.
 

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You're deluded if you think The Belfast Agreement will effect all humanity till the end of time. Truly deluded. It was above all else a POLITICAL document and was sold as such at the time. But delusion is central to green Irish culture isn't it? Sure for decades you thought the local priest was doing you all a favour taking your little boys and girls of your hands for a while whilst you slumped drunk in the local drinking den.
LMFAO 😂 😂 ... oh boy, Demographics, Brexit & DUP being flung under the bus combined with the proposed border in the Irish sea (instead of in Ireland where the fukwits wanted it;)) sure is scrambling some amount of wee loyalists' excuses for brains these days .. Meltdowns all over the place 😂😂

Just you remember its all one way traffic now wee son .. and dont you forget it :giggle:😙;)

btw, how do ye think the Queen is handling all the revelations about the ponce of york :eek:😂 ..
but you'll undoubtedly still sycophantically rim the royals .. its what you cretinous little sheep do isnt it 😂
 

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LMFAO 😂 😂 ... oh boy, Demographics, Brexit & DUP being flung under the bus combined with the proposed border in the Irish sea (instead of in Ireland where the fukwits wanted it;)) sure is scrambling some amount of wee loyalists' excuses for brains these days .. Meltdowns all over the place 😂😂

Just you remember its all one way traffic now wee son .. and dont you forget it :giggle:😙;)

btw, how do ye think the Queen is handling all the revelations about the ponce of york :eek:😂 ..
but you'll undoubtedly still sycophantically rim the royals .. its what you cretinous little sheep do isnt it 😂

You got to admit ANS, mange is ballbustingly hilarious. 😂
 

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Dame_Enda

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He also says he thinks Unionists would win a border poll if it was held tomorrow but with demographic changes might not win future polls.
 

Eire1976

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He also says he thinks Unionists would win a border poll if it was held tomorrow but with demographic changes might not win future polls.
Even the cats in the street know that.

The biggest upset Unionism/loyalism could ever pull is, if they wanted unity with a deal.

The Irish government is waiting them out.
 

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Even the cats in the street know that.

The biggest upset Unionism/loyalism could ever pull is, if they wanted unity with a deal.

The Irish government is waiting them out.
Jamie Bryson to replace Michael D :rolleyes:

well they’re about the same height so the smurfy furniture could stay in the big house

it would be all wee Seamie’s dweams come twue ...
 

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There are positive signs that at least some Unionists are willing to talk about how a potential United Ireland might work, even though they are still opposed to it. This is important in terms of ensuring there is a peaceful transition to a UI, after a potential vote for Unity. Brexit is the catalyst in my opinion, since it creates a new economic argument for a UI.
 

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There are positive signs that at least some Unionists are willing to talk about how a potential United Ireland might work, even though they are still opposed to it. This is important in terms of ensuring there is a peaceful transition to a UI, after a potential vote for Unity. Brexit is the catalyst in my opinion, since it creates a new economic argument for a UI.
Unionism wants to be wooed. To pull that off, the Irish government would have to be putting matters on the table.

That wont happen, as the Irish establishment is more than happy to wait them out, and then cajole the Irish in the North into accepting things the way they are when unity does occur.
 


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