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Why on earth is it that loyalism doesn't realise that their appalling image internationally is on track to snuff out their traditions?

Mickeymac

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only right tbf ....

now that they cant go past a catholic chapel is there any point turning up at all I wonder :rolleyes: .. tossers


Indeed sir, no fun in it for the AH's if the Church is not packed out with worshippers saying a prayer or two and praising the Lord, their God.

Sad really such people and organisations exist in this day and age.
 


AhNowStop

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Indeed sir, no fun in it for the AH's if the Church is not packed out with worshippers saying a prayer or two and praising the Lord, their God.

Sad really such people and organisations exist in this day and age.
well fook me sideways ... they havent even the sense to hide it

Thomas Porteous, Scottish amalgamated committee chairman for the Apprentice Boys of Derry, said he was disappointed with the decision and said it was likely the march planned for Saturday will not go-ahead.

So because they cant march past an RC church they'll probably call it off ....... wtf is wrong with these people .. seriously :oops: :rolleyes: :censored:
 
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There'll not be peace in Scotland till they don't sh*t in our shoes and we don't piss in their Bovril.
 

Mickeymac

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well fook me sideways ... they havent even the sense to hide it

Thomas Porteous, Scottish amalgamated committee chairman for the Apprentice Boys of Derry, said he was disappointed with the decision and said it was likely the march planned for Saturday will not go-ahead.

So because they cant march past an RC church they'll probably call it off ....... wtf is wrong with these people .. seriously :oops: :rolleyes: :censored:

Serious sh1t sir altogether, seems all they can do at the moment is implement much more stringent hate laws.
 

michael-mcivor

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See a Loylist up in court today on drug charges and he was got saying to his WhatsApp group that he had joined the UDA-told in court this morning-Lol-
 

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I've a theory that unionists marching about the place don't know what they look like, mainly because they still haven't officially accepted the notion of satanic cameras.

Zero chance of selfies too what with the opposable thumbs thing.
 

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Do you brain surgeons think that the drugs in Derry and Lurgan and west Belfast aren't being controlled by republicans?
 

Talk Back

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Do you brain surgeons think that the drugs in Derry and Lurgan and west Belfast aren't being controlled by republicans?
You locationally challenged Unionists trapped in Ireland have more to be worried about.

Tick-Tock.
 

between the bridges

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Who do NI Nationalists buy their drugs off? Just interested...
The link between nationalists jihadists and drugs has been long established...

THE case of the "Bogota Three" is not the first time the Provisional IRA have been linked to Colombia or the lucrative drugs trade that Irish republicans vehemently condemn in public.

During last year's trial of three IRA members in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, details emerged of a huge arms cache in Colombia that the Provisional leadership wanted to transport to Ireland in 1999.

Although very few IRA members are directly involved in drug dealing in Northern Ireland, RUC and Army intelligence officers state that the organisation "licenses" drug dealers in nationalist areas and takes a portion of their profits.

In 1996, police traced telephone calls from the IRA members who bombed Manchester city centre to the Co Monaghan home of a man who was later convicted of manufacturing ecstasy tablets for a Dublin gang.


In north Belfast, known paramilitary gangs include the UDA, the INLA, Action Against Drugs (AAD), New IRA and the a breakaway faction from Óglaigh na hÉireann known as the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB) - understood to have later been rebranded the Irish Republican Movement.

The interconnectedness of these groups is manifested in many ways, not least some gangs extorting others, for example cannabis `farms' forced to pay `tax' to local crime lords for the right to operate in their area.

So while the gangs, themselves are distinct, their spheres of influence can overlap through co-operation or subordination.

"When it goes down to street and local level, paramilitary organisation will seek to make their presence felt," he said, although not along the traditional sectarian lines.

"I've seen plenty of evidence to suggest ideological persuasion comes a distant second to making profit. They'll work with anybody."

 


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