In Praise of Sinn Féin Watch

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(Original post by KentWill)
Well said you as well. :yep:

You're right that the attitudes and policies of Sinn Féin are based on social justice and advancing the standard of living of the poorest, most vulnerable people. Their approach is one that is far more human, thoughtful and progressive than anything in this country, where an apathetic state casually casts people into destitution and imbues them with no set of values or principles. Gerry, myself and you, however, recognise the need to shape the character of, and protect the welfare of, working-people. I do wish we could all meet up for a drink one day. I'm sure Gerry would be great company. :woo:
I've shared a drink and an enlightening chat with more than a few republicans, and I've never been called anything remotely nasty.

Difference between us is, I don't judge people on their job or political affiliations, just what they've done. Shame you can't do the same.
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Praise? Sinn Fein? ******* hell.
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(Original post by KentWill)
Well said you as well. :yep:

You're right that the attitudes and policies of Sinn Féin are based on social justice and advancing the standard of living of the poorest, most vulnerable people. Their approach is one that is far more human, thoughtful and progressive than anything in this country, where an apathetic state casually casts people into destitution and imbues them with no set of values or principles. Gerry, myself and you, however, recognise the need to shape the character of, and protect the welfare of, working-people. I do wish we could all meet up for a drink one day. I'm sure Gerry would be great company. :woo:
There is absolutely nothing more that I can add to your perfect appraisal of events, other than to say that I too would love to go down Gerry's local for a jar with you both.
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(Original post by FiveFiveSix)
I've shared a drink and an enlightening chat with more than a few republicans, and I've never been called anything remotely nasty.

Difference between us is, I don't judge people on their job or political affiliations, just what they've done. Shame you can't do the same.
But you an enemy of my class, and yearn for the day when we are subjugated and battered into submission by an uncompromising, business-orientated right-wing government, so I don't think you can allege I'm being unnecessarily hostile towards you.
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After attacking the supposed brutality and ruthlessness of Irish Republicans you then proceed to poke fun at an innocent man starving to death.

You really are an egregious thug. Your arguing of this is now futile.
Bobby Sands was a convicted criminal,

if you had any understanding of the background to his ( and the hunger strikes of other members of republican proscribed organisations) hunger strike it was to gain status as a 'political priosner' and /or 'prisoner of war' neither of which status is deserved by any of the murderous Scum of the the IRA or other Proscribed organisations involved in the Troubles

if you don't like that here's 40 p to ring the 'bobby sands helpline'

028 80 80 80 80
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But you an enemy of my class, and yearn for the day when we are subjugated and battered into submission by an uncompromising, business-orientated right-wing government, so I don't think you can allege I'm being unnecessarily hostile towards you.
No I'm not, and no I don't? As I've said before, I don't care if you're subjugated or you subjugate others. Just as long as you do it far away from me and without harming innocent people!

Go spew your marxist b/s somewhere else, you dribbling loon.

What 'class' are you anyway?
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Bobby Sands was a convicted criminal,

if you had any understanding of the background to his ( and the hunger strikes of other members of republican proscribed organisations) hunger strike it was to gain status as a 'political priosner' and /or 'prisoner of war' neither of which status is deserved by any of the murderous Scum of the the IRA or other Proscribed organisations involved in the Troubles

if you don't like that here's 40 p to ring the 'bobby sands helpline'

028 80 80 80 80
Oh. I thought that was number of how many of your beloved British servicemen were killed or maimed during the Troubles...
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No, obviously he wasn't one of the IRA's proclaimed targets...and Warrington need not have suffered the explosion caused by a bomb if the bomb warning had been heeded...apparently.
So what was he then? Collateral damage? He was an innocent 3 year old child FCOL. The coded warning was about LIVERPOOL not Warrington. Warrington, nor any other British city, should have suffered at all. And were the Manchester victims legitimate targets?

(Original post by TomGeorge)
the British army and the IRA both committed atrocities.
The army wasn't perfect, but atrocities? Please explain.
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He doesn't get it. :laugh:

Well played, Zippy.
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No I'm not, and no I don't? As I've said before, I don't care if you're subjugated or you subjugate others. Just as long as you do it far away from me and without harming innocent people!

Go spew your marxist b/s somewhere else, you dribbling loon.

What 'class' are you anyway?
I am part of the UK's humble poor.

So please don't allege I am some bored middle-class champaigne socialist trying to be contentious, like I sense you are about to.
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as you brought up the numbers ...

during Op Banner

763 british service personnel killed

394 Republican Paramilitaries killed

151 Loyalist Paramilitaries killed

1855 civilians killed
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(Original post by KentWill)
Oh. I thought that was number of how many of your beloved British servicemen were killed or maimed during the Troubles...
(Original post by KentWill)
After attacking the supposed brutality and ruthlessness of Irish Republicans British soldiers you then proceed to poke fun at an innocent man starving tohundreds of innocent, well-meaning young men who suffered injury death while trying to stop you and the loyalists killing each other.

You really are an egregious thug. Your arguing of this is now futile.
Hello pot, this is kettle. Colour check, over?
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No. I don't vote for murderers.
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I am part of the UK's humble poor.

So please don't allege I am some bored middle-class champaigne socialist trying to be contentious, like I sense you are about to.
Humble? Ha-bloody-ha!

I wasn't about to allege anything of the sort. After all, aren't soldiers 'workers' too, in your twisted Marxist philosophy? Hardly class enemies, old boy.

As for being a bored middle-class champagne socialist, if the shoe fits...
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I am part of the UK's humble poor.

So please don't allege I am some bored middle-class champaigne socialist trying to be contentious, like I sense you are about to.
no you are just an idiotic child who supports the glorification of terrorism and demonstrates his total lack of wider view with every effluent emission ...

and by the way Marxism was all a big joke - Marx was a theorist he was making suggestions on an utopia, not writing an instruction manual.
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Game, set and match to us I think Zippy...
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spot on 556
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(Original post by Tamora)

The army wasn't perfect, but atrocities? Please explain.
Republican terrorist scum like to think 'Bloody Sunday' was an atrocity and will attempt to use this incident plus other lies to justify their position and make allegations ...

conveniently forgetting the blood on their hands of the thousands killed or injured by their terrorist campaign.
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he is portrayed badly, the reverend paisley is never criticised even tho he called the pope the 'anti christ' lol
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Republican terrorist scum like to think 'Bloody Sunday' was an atrocity and will attempt to use this incident plus other lies to justify their position and make allegations ...

conveniently forgetting the blood on their hands of the thousands killed or injured by their terrorist campaign.
I expect he was thinking of something like that, but I would like him to explain. It would be interesting to know whether he is ignorant or just blindly prejudiced.
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