What is the DUP & Unionists/Loyalist intentions

AhNowStop

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I believe that the lovely chaps:roll: in the DUP/UDA/OO etc... want to do away with the GFA because they want the 50% + 1 UI referendum option done away with ... they want to either drop it completely or rearrange any future UI vote to be a UK wide scenario .... thats their despotic goal.

They believe Brexit & a hard border is the mechanism to get them there...

I cant see any other reason for their lunacy


What do ye think ?



Edit - they prob wouldn’t want a UK wide vote as the real Brits would jettison them in a heart beat ... just throwing it out there ;-)
 
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I think you are probably right.
 

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They would be mad (from their perspective) to get Britain to vote on the future of the north of Ireland.

The Brits would vote overwhelmingly to get rid of them.
 

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They would be mad (from their perspective) to get Britain to vote on the future of the north of Ireland.

The Brits would vote overwhelmingly to get rid of them.
Yeah, it would probably be the "just get rid of the UI referendum altogether" scenario....

Thats it surely, thats what the nutters are after :roll: ffs
 

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Yeah, it would probably be the "just get rid of the UI referendum altogether" scenario....

Thats it surely, thats what the nutters are after :roll: ffs
Given the ROI being firmly entrenched in the EU and the strong possibility of a Socialist UK under Corbyn, there might not be a united Ireland but there will be a CNR dominated Ulster no matter what. Castle Ray's grandkids if they grow up in Ulster will be learning that the Provies were heroes most probably.
 

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Given the ROI being firmly entrenched in the EU and the strong possibility of a Socialist UK under Corbyn, there might not be a united Ireland but there will be a CNR dominated Ulster no matter what. Castle Ray's grandkids if they grow up in Ulster will be learning that the Provies were heroes most probably.
lmao .. ffs Ratio, there'll be lads on here having seizures at that comment ...:shock: lol
 

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I believe that the lovely chaps:roll: in the DUP/UDA/OO etc... want to do away with the GFA because they want the 50% + 1 UI referendum option done away with ... they want to either drop it completely or rearrange any future UI vote to be a UK wide scenario .... thats their despotic goal.

What do ye think ?
The Prods are stupid but not nearly so stupid as you suggest. Why would they want a vote on a United Ireland to be on a UK wide scenario?
 

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Given the ROI being firmly entrenched in the EU and the strong possibility of a Socialist UK under Corbyn, there might not be a united Ireland but there will be a CNR dominated Ulster no matter what. Castle Ray's grandkids if they grow up in Ulster will be learning that the Provies were heroes most probably.


The Irish Language most likely.:D
 

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lmao .. ffs Ratio, there'll be lads on here having seizures at that comment ...:shock: lol



Many will go to their "beloved mainland" with their resettlement grant and come the "twelfth" parade past the local mosque.:lol:
 

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I believe that the lovely chaps:roll: in the DUP/UDA/OO etc... want to do away with the GFA because they want the 50% + 1 UI referendum option done away with ... they want to either drop it completely or rearrange any future UI vote to be a UK wide scenario .... thats their despotic goal.

They believe Brexit & a hard border is the mechanism to get them there...

I cant see any other reason for their lunacy


What do ye think ?
I think they do not want to share power with Nationalists.
 

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What has voting got to do with anything ? This is Ireland and things get settled by the bomb and the bullet.


Indeed Wes, partition was enforced on the Irish Nation against the majority of voters and maintained by the British/Unionists by the bomb and bullet.
 


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