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You can't annex a part of your own land, friend. It would be re-uini-fic-ation. Look it up. Your "observations about the treatment of Protestants in ROI are not accurate either. If you are really concerned about the "genocide" of yourt Protestant brethren, why don't you ask a Protestant who lives in the South? That facts are readily available to all who want them and can read.
Crap! How did I miss that? Thanks for the link, man. I'll need a few of these for all my Yank friends...
LOL. I thought the same thing. Is it not the paragon of parity of esteem? It's dodgy name and it's orange sash, er... roof? Will it be able to drive Garvaghy with that roof?
One man one vote - Almost equal representation and working on it - RUC gone - B-Specials gone - No pogroms - (against anyone) - Union Jack gone from City Hall (OOps did I say that?) Writing is on the wall Lad. Look to your future - not the past...
Sorry, Mr. Tickler. Your assertion does not warrant such clear-eyed certainty. You need to hit those books again, lad.
You are indeed wrong. The majority of those in Long Kesh had committed no crime for which they could be tried under normal juris prudence. They were interned by a fascist and murderous British State for political expediency. Perhaps indeed they were accused of Terror. However actual involvement was not necessary.
Do only Protestant victims merit comment in your consideration?
You make your point that Sinn Fein were to blame for all this quite clear. Just as clear is the fact that the reality is much different. To someone like you let's make it quite clear - the UVF started the crap - a bombing campaign and killing of Catholics, Police and soldiers aimed at defeating an IRA that did not exist. Perhaps you are in favor of peace now. I certainly am. But your foolish and ill-informed attempt to rewrite the history only serves to keep old prejudice and division alive in this sad community. Go read CAIN you mo ron. Or any of the hundreds of sources historically clarifying the violence brought onto our society by men of violence and it's origins. Don't think you can excuse Protestants and Loyalists of their sins. Evil and murder has no religion in Northern Ireland, Pal.
Absolutely. If a sportsman born in another country were to mention his Irish (or British) parents, no matter the nation for which he competes (yes - even Germany!). We should all feel very proud of the connection to a young person striving to be one of the best in the world with a connection to our wee island. Rory has every right to express himself, to h3ll with the begrudgers!