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Why Enda ws talking about a united Ireland....

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He went back on his comments saying that a vote on a united Ireland is "is not going to be the case now or in the medium term, or perhaps ever" but this is the really humiliating thing; "Senior Government sources have indicated Mr Kenny's comments were directed at Germany in a bid to convince it Ireland is a special case in the post-Brexit negotiations."

Taoiseach walks back from talk of united Ireland poll | BreakingNews.ie

Even most of the best willed Unionists have a low opinion of the ROI which of course does not match its reality but this utter gobshyte has just confirmed their worst impressions of the place with this latest piece of risable loathsomeness. He should have resigned over his Trump comments but now he really must step down for the sake of his nation's dignity.
 


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It appears the government, after mulling this over, have embarked on a PR drive to link the coming negotiations over Brexit with Ireland's future constitutional position. The reason for this I suspect is to introduce a connection between Europe and a united Ireland in the minds of the public, in order to introduce the EU as an explicit player and guarantor over Ireland's future. In other words, they are preparing the ground to hand Ireland over to the Europeans and they will make this seem like it's actually guaranteeing the security of the country and so should be accepted by the people. Their reaction is going to be tighter integration into the EU so you can forget about any united Ireland that resembles anything you've ever thought of or read about, this is more like a 21st century Act of Union.

They are also attempting to negotiate their way through the uncertainty by taking some kind of inititive that they think will guarantee that the southern state is the main template for the new Ireland with just n. ireland absorbed into it - rather than the complete destruction of the southern state and the class of grasping gobsh1tes who run it.
 

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He went back on his comments saying that a vote on a united Ireland is "is not going to be the case now or in the medium term, or perhaps ever" but this is the really humiliating thing; "Senior Government sources have indicated Mr Kenny's comments were directed at Germany in a bid to convince it Ireland is a special case in the post-Brexit negotiations."

Taoiseach walks back from talk of united Ireland poll | BreakingNews.ie

Even most of the best willed Unionists have a low opinion of the ROI which of course does not match its reality but this utter gobshyte has just confirmed their worst impressions of the place with this latest piece of risable loathsomeness. He should have resigned over his Trump comments but now he really must step down for the sake of his nation's dignity.
Here's what happened.
Sinn Fein decided in the aftermath of the brexit to suggest it was time for a border poll.
FFail and The Blueshirts ridiculed them for that and called it a terrible idea.
Mehole, probably after some contact from grassroots members, did a u-turn and decided it was a good idea after all.
Upon this happening, he contacted his bitch in The Bleushirts, one Dame Enda Kenny, and told him it was a good idea.
The Dame hopped on board and went public with 'his' good idea.
Unfortunately for The Dame, the DUP pistol whipped him and his latest position now is that it's not going to happen and he only said it as a warning shot across the bows of Germany!!!:cool::cool::cool:

That's about it in a nutshell.
 

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He went back on his comments saying that a vote on a united Ireland is "is not going to be the case now or in the medium term, or perhaps ever" but this is the really humiliating thing; "Senior Government sources have indicated Mr Kenny's comments were directed at Germany in a bid to convince it Ireland is a special case in the post-Brexit negotiations."

Taoiseach walks back from talk of united Ireland poll | BreakingNews.ie

Even most of the best willed Unionists have a low opinion of the ROI which of course does not match its reality but this utter gobshyte has just confirmed their worst impressions of the place with this latest piece of risable loathsomeness. He should have resigned over his Trump comments but now he really must step down for the sake of his nation's dignity.
so he was wrong about Trump, do you back turnip Trump ?
 

ruserious

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Will Enda ever fook off. Nobody wants him.
 

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Here's what happened.
Sinn Fein decided in the aftermath of the brexit to suggest it was time for a border poll.
FFail and The Blueshirts ridiculed them for that and called it a terrible idea.
Mehole, probably after some contact from grassroots members, did a u-turn and decided it was a good idea after all.
Upon this happening, he contacted his bitch in The Bleushirts, one Dame Enda Kenny, and told him it was a good idea.
The Dame hopped on board and went public with 'his' good idea.
Unfortunately for The Dame, the DUP pistol whipped him and his latest position now is that it's not going to happen and he only said it as a warning shot across the bows of Germany!!!:cool::cool::cool:

That's about it in a nutshell.
"Senior Government sources have indicated Mr Kenny's comments were directed at Germany in a bid to convince it Ireland is a special case in the post-Brexit negotiations."

Which amounts to; "Hi Arlene and lads, I didnt mean a word of it, I was just trying to scam some money out of the Germans, relax..."
 

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After his 40 years service we have heard the first and last comments about a united Ireland
from the Taoiseach,When Miss Foster gave him the put-down,stay away from summer schools and face reality, he is running backwards since.
 

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It appears the government, after mulling this over, have embarked on a PR drive to link the coming negotiations over Brexit with Ireland's future constitutional position. The reason for this I suspect is to introduce a connection between Europe and a united Ireland in the minds of the public, in order to introduce the EU as an explicit player and guarantor over Ireland's future. In other words, they are preparing the ground to hand Ireland over to the Europeans and they will make this seem like it's actually guaranteeing the security of the country and so should be accepted by the people. Their reaction is going to be tighter integration into the EU so you can forget about any united Ireland that resembles anything you've ever thought of or read about, this is more like a 21st century Act of Union. They are also attempting to negotiate their way through the uncertainty by taking some kind of inititive that they think will guarantee that the southern state is the main template for the new Ireland with just n. ireland absorbed into it - rather than the complete destruction of the southern state and the class of grasping gobsh1tes who run it.
I think they are paving the way to send us out with the Brits

We joined with them, and will be expected to leave with them

United Ireland / debt relief could be sweeteners
 

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I think they are paving the way to send us out with the Brits

We joined with them, and will be expected to leave with them

United Ireland / debt relief could be sweeteners
You really think so? Why would they want to get rid of the ROI?
 

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Its really weird. I remember when David Andrews said back in the 90's how he hoped for a United Ireland in his lifetime. Nora Owen and rest of FG went to town worrying about the 'sensitivities of Unionists'. FG are usually such beta male wimps when it comes to the National Question. Why all of a sudden has he gone all Provo on us?
 

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I think they are paving the way to send us out with the Brits

We joined with them, and will be expected to leave with them

United Ireland / debt relief could be sweeteners
We are strategically important, I doubt they'd let go of such a prize so easily unless they thought the rsks of conflict with Britain over Ireland are sufficiently large that they'd prefer to avoid it. Even so I can't see them giving up the shipping grounds, the oil and gas, the access to the north Atlantic, the future ability to place missiles and radar in Ireland as a guarantor of their western defence and the capacity to constrain Britain should they so need or desire - I can't see them giving all this up willingly. But who knows what calculations are going on, we can only say a couple of things with certainty; 1) the calculations around Ireland are major league even if the Irish population themselves are completely clueless about them and 2) the Irish establishment will sell out the people in submission to a master and in return for a cut.
 

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If he leaves, half of P.ie's posters will have to get a life:lol:
Na, yiz will have a ready made replacement with a big mouth in Leo Varadkar.
Defending the blueshirt mouthpieces will continue unabated by the usual crew.
 

Barna

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You really think so? Why would they want to get rid of the ROI?
Exactly, why get rid of a servile country who'll never question anything their betters in the EU do or tell them to do?
 

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Britain and Europe have been wrestling over Ireland since the 12th century and the EU certainly won't be giving up the ROI any quicker than the UK will be giving up NI.

Its largely the power struggle between the continent and Britain that has Ireland divided in the first place. Both parts of the island remain dependant on a larger bloc.
 

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He went back on his comments saying that a vote on a united Ireland is "is not going to be the case now or in the medium term, or perhaps ever" but this is the really humiliating thing; "Senior Government sources have indicated Mr Kenny's comments were directed at Germany in a bid to convince it Ireland is a special case in the post-Brexit negotiations."

Taoiseach walks back from talk of united Ireland poll | BreakingNews.ie

Even most of the best willed Unionists have a low opinion of the ROI which of course does not match its reality but this utter gobshyte has just confirmed their worst impressions of the place with this latest piece of risable loathsomeness. He should have resigned over his Trump comments but now he really must step down for the sake of his nation's dignity.
Enda is the Eejit's Eejit.
 


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