'would pull down any Irish language sign on his street'



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between the bridges

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Former UUP elected rep and former leader of the UK Independence Party in Northern Ireland = anonymous vandals.

This is why yer f*cked Bridgey.
 

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- he's a ballix for saying it.

- he an't the only wan...





THE PSNI has said it will liaise with the Department for Infrastructure about a sign welcoming people to Northern Ireland which has been peppered with bulletholes.


https://www.irishnews.com/news/2017/12/07/news/psni-to-liaise-with-department-over-border-sign-welcome-to-northern-ireland-peppered-with-bulletholes-1204796/

http://www.politics.ie/forum/northern-ireland/193949-welcome-northern-ireland-signs-posted-border.html
The people who do that when caught should be made pay for the replacement signs till the next person is caught....
 

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Former UUP elected rep and former leader of the UK Independence Party in Northern Ireland = anonymous vandals.

This is why yer f*cked Bridgey.
Pffft, As moi said he'z a ballix and he'z nat the only wan, the dearly lamented Phil the peculator ignored the crimes and sprouted...

Sinn Féin MLA for Fermanagh and South Tyrone Phil Flanagan told TheJournal.ie that the signs were a “waste of money” and one of the main problems he has with them is “the manner in which they were put up”.

“There was no discussion whatsoever with the people in the communities and people living on the borders are impacted on by partition every day,” he said. ”They need to stop, slow down and talk to people.”


so yer high horse is a fecking Shetland...
 

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The current Assistant Grand Master of the Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland has said "'would pull down any Irish language sign on his street'"

David McNarry 'would pull down any Irish language sign on his street' - The Irish News

Should the Orange order ask the person to resign his position for bringing the Order into disrepute by propmoting the carrying out of criminal damage to public property?
If he is caught pulling down a irish sign, he should be prosecuted fo criminal damage, a person saying they would do something, is that a criminal offence
 

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Pffft, As moi said he'z a ballix and he'z nat the only wan, the dearly lamented Phil the peculator ignored the crimes and sprouted...

Sinn Féin MLA for Fermanagh and South Tyrone Phil Flanagan told TheJournal.ie that the signs were a “waste of money” and one of the main problems he has with them is “the manner in which they were put up”.

“There was no discussion whatsoever with the people in the communities and people living on the borders are impacted on by partition every day,” he said. ”They need to stop, slow down and talk to people.”


so yer high horse is a fecking Shetland...
As I said, yer f*cked. Inability to call a spade a spade without referencing 'what about de RA'?

And as for Shetlands, ye'd make a donkey laugh. Hee haw.
 

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Former UUP elected rep and former leader of the UK Independence Party in Northern Ireland = anonymous vandals.

This is why yer f*cked Bridgey.
BTB is a sociopath who enjoys the uglier sides of Ulster life from chipper "food" up to a lot more sinister things. I'm not sure that he has any really strong commitments.

The primary reason though that Ulster Prods as a group are indeed f8cked are low time preferences and strong tendencies towards self-deception (this is again connected into misunderstanding humility as weakness which is another massive problem among the Prods).
 

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As I said, yer f*cked. Inability to call a spade a spade without referencing 'what about de RA'?

And as for Shetlands, ye'd make a donkey laugh. Hee haw.

Where did moi do thon? oh yeah moi mentioned Sf and ye thought Ra, well done at least we agree on something...
 

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well, this Southern Catholic also finds the irish language deeply unpleasant. For different reasons, obviously.
 

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The current Assistant Grand Master of the Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland has said "'would pull down any Irish language sign on his street'"

David McNarry 'would pull down any Irish language sign on his street' - The Irish News

Should the Orange order ask the person to resign his position for bringing the Order into disrepute by propmoting the carrying out of criminal damage to public property?
If I may suggest a compromise

- could they not just put them up in Esperanto?
 

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well, this Southern Catholic also finds the irish language deeply unpleasant. For different reasons, obviously.
Well tis nordie proddie atheist, believes Irish should be funded and promoted, but imho Sf/ra proposals are far from the best way of doing that...
 

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Well tis nordie proddie atheist, believes Irish should be funded and promoted, but imho Sf/ra proposals are far from the best way of doing that...


Detail for us how the Irish identity, including language, is to be treated equally and have equal recognition in all aspects in your much-vaunted North of equals that you endlessly tell all and sundry you desperately yearn for ?
 

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well, this Southern Catholic also finds the irish language deeply unpleasant. For different reasons, obviously.
Your dislike of Ireland's native language is your own business. What on earth your religious affiliation to a particular religious sect has to do with this is also your own business.


As long as you don't go around destroying Irish language signage and accept the right of the Irish Nation to have their own language officially recognized in Ireland, then you'll not have a problem.
 

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Detail for us how the Irish identity, including language, is to be treated equally and have equal recognition in all aspects in your much-vaunted North of equals that you endlessly tell all and sundry you desperately yearn for ?
Well horse Irish should be funded and promoted as per the comment ye quoted covers the language bit, slap ball is a sport so what other culture do yez have? obviously rivedancing, tweedley dee musik and moppery will still be permitted (under licence)...
 

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Jaysus, wait until he finds out that "Mc/Mac" is Gaelic prefix.
 


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