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Gerry Addams speaks for all Socialists, Progressive Liberals and Secularists in the British Isles when he seeks to use equality as a weapon to destroy Protestant Ulster and English language. They all want and use equality in the same way Addams, Miliband, Cameron, Clegg and Sturgeon.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-30186975
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(Original post by william walker)
Gerry Addams speaks for all Socialists, Progressive Liberals and Secularists in the British Isles when he seeks to use equality as a weapon to destroy Protestant Ulster and English language. They all want and use equality in the same way Addams, Miliband, Cameron, Clegg and Sturgeon.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-30186975
You come out with some bat s**t crazy stuff
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Who is he? Gomez's younger brother?
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You come out with some bat s**t crazy stuff
No I don't. I seek debate with people. You haven't made an argument yet in this thread.
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Who is he? Gomez's younger brother?
The leader of the political party Sinn Fein.
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(Original post by william walker)
Gerry Addams speaks for all Socialists, Progressive Liberals and Secularists in the British Isles when he seeks to use equality as a weapon to destroy Protestant Ulster and English language. They all want and use equality in the same way Addams, Miliband, Cameron, Clegg and Sturgeon.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-30186975
Gerry Adams is a terrorist, i would not show any respect to his views and find your connecting him to the mainstream parties absurd.
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Gerry Adams is a terrorist, i would not show any respect to his views and find your connecting him to the mainstream parties absurd.
Gerry Addams isn't a terrorist, that is Martin McGuinness.

So multiculturalism, secularism, putting Scots and Welsh on signs isn't a direct attempt to use equality to destroy Protestantism and attack the English language? With the intent to not create equality, but change the culture?

We Loyalists, Traditionalists, Classical Liberals and Conservatives have thought for years that this is what the enemy was trying to do. Now Gerry Addams has said it, the Republican, Federalism, Socialist Gerry Addams of Sinn Fein.
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Gerry Addams isn't a terrorist, that is Martin McGuinness.

So multiculturalism, secularism, putting Scots and Welsh on signs isn't a direct attempt to use equality to destroy Protestantism and attack the English language? With the intent to not create equality, but change the culture?

We Loyalists, Traditionalists, Classical Liberals and Conservatives have thought for years that this is what the enemy was trying to do. Now Gerry Addams has said it, the Republican, Federalism, Socialist Gerry Addams of Sinn Fein.
Wow. Do you know a lot about him?
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Wow. Do you know a lot about him?
No, I am more interested in idea's than people. That is apart from the Churchill's. John Churchill and Winston Churchill. The most important men of the 18th and 20th centuries. The two of them together would have been impossible though because one was dead when the other was alive.

I watch videos of meeting on the SinnFein youtube channel. In am interested in the video of the people who I disagree with I watch and read what they say as much as what I agree with. So I watch videos of Owen Jones, TYT, the zeitgeist movement, maoist rebel news and so on. I also watch people who I agree with Peter Hitchens, Bill Whittle, Michael Coren, Thomas Sowell, Mark Steyn and Tradition Britain Group.
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No, I am more interested in idea's than people. That is apart from the Churchill's. John Churchill and Winston Churchill. The most important men of the 18th and 20th centuries. The two of them together would have been impossible though because one was dead when the other was alive.

I watch videos of meeting on the SinnFein youtube channel. In am interested in the video of the people who I disagree with I watch and read what they say as much as what I agree with. So I watch videos of Owen Jones, TYT, the zeitgeist movement, maoist rebel news and so on. I also watch people who I agree with Peter Hitchens, Bill Whittle, Michael Coren, Thomas Sowell, Mark Steyn and Tradition Britain Group.
Just wondering. For someone for whom you have strong and controversial opinons, you have consistently spelt his name wrong.
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Just wondering. For someone for whom you have strong and controversial opinons, you have consistently spelt his name wrong.
As I said I am interested in idea's, not people. I am disappointed that I have been spelling his last name wrong, I shall stop, my most profound apologies.
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I think his statements have been massively misinterpreted. First, he's criticised for calling unionists *******s, for which it does sound as if he's referring to just certain members of the DUP, I think by "Trojan Horse" he simply meant that it was a strong point for Sinn Fein, and a point that could hurt the DUP. What with the equality and faith clause coming in.
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I think his statements have been massively misinterpreted. First, he's criticised for calling unionists *******s, for which it does sound as if he's referring to just certain members of the DUP, I think by "Trojan Horse" he simply meant that it was a strong point for Sinn Fein, and a point that could hurt the DUP. What with the equality and faith clause coming in.
I think the DUP are attacking him on the wrong thing. Him calling them *******s doesn't matter beyond short term politics. What they should be attacking him for is trying to use equality as a weapons against the Protestants and English language in Ulster. If the DUP aggressively went for that they could score a meaningful long term victory. Stopping the equality commissions in their tracks as nothing more than political manipulation by Sinn Fein and the Alliance party.
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As I said I am interested in idea's, not people.
And that's why this thread is the name of a person?
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And that's why this thread is the name of a person?
Yeah because of what he said supporting my views on an idea. That idea being progressive liberals use of equality to attack Protestantism and the English language.
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Yeah because of what he said supporting my views on an idea. That idea being progressive liberals use of equality to attack Protestantism and the English language.
Yes what William says is true, equality diversity, multiculturalism, feminism, anti-Chistianity, anti-family, gay marriage etc. are all devices to attack white countries and cultures.

The people who wish to undermine these structures seek to use devices to which they can say it's irrational to disagree with e.g. "surly you don't disagree with equality do you".

But under proper analysis their ideas do not check out. For example having gay civil partnerships, why would you undermine the Christians who are more numerous than gays and make marriage do something which is considered a sin? And why the emphasis on Christian gay marriage in white countries. Surely the proponents should go into Mosques in Britain and across the world and stand in front of ISIS spiritual leaders alongside their militias and assert that they are going to pass laws to make them perform gay marriages.


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Yes what William says is true, equality diversity, multiculturalism, feminism, anti-Chistianity, anti-family, gay marriage etc. are all devices to attack white countries and cultures.

The people who wish to undermine these structures seek to use devices to which they can say it's irrational to disagree with e.g. "surly you don't disagree with equality do you".

But under proper analysis their ideas do not check out. For example having gay civil partnerships, why would you undermine the Christians who are more numerous than gays and make marriage do something which is considered a sin? And why the emphasis on Christian gay marriage in white countries. Surely the proponents should go into Mosques in Britain and across the world and stand in front of ISIS spiritual leaders alongside their militias and assert that they are going to pass laws to make them perform gay marriages.


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The majority of those in the UK who identify as christian support gay marriage.

Christian gay marriage...?
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The majority of those in the UK who identify as christian support gay marriage.

Christian gay marriage...?
Those people don't matter. It is the job of the Established Church of England to protect the Protestant faith and the Monarch's job to defend the Church of England. The other Christians don't matter within the governmental system.

In reality Gay marriage is a massively divisive issue which has caused discrimination against small Protestant sects who don't allow homosexuals or gay marriage. Such bigger sects like the Quakers supported Gay marriage because they are big enough to defend themselves. The Protestant sect my parents are apart of isn't big enough so the government can walk all over them. It is the same with the Protestant B&B owners who refused to allow gay people to stay in their property. Gay marriage has spelled the end for the Conservative party and has weakened the Church of England as it was intended to so.
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Those people don't matter. It is the job of the Established Church of England to protect the Protestant faith and the Monarch's job to defend the Church of England. The other Christians don't matter within the governmental system.

In reality Gay marriage is a massively divisive issue which has caused discrimination against small Protestant sects who don't allow homosexuals or gay marriage. Such bigger sects like the Quakers supported Gay marriage because they are big enough to defend themselves. The Protestant sect my parents are apart of isn't big enough so the government can walk all over them. It is the same with the Protestant B&B owners who refused to allow gay people to stay in their property. Gay marriage has spelled the end for the Conservative party and has weaken the Church of England as it was intended to so.
Which they can do with the Lords Spiritual.

Yes, its ended the Conservative Party, who are now polling ahead of where they were before the vote on it...

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And Gerry Adams is a defender of the Protestant sect?
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Which they can do with the Lords Spiritual.

Yes, its ended the Conservative Party, who are now polling ahead of where they were before the vote on it...

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And Gerry Adams is a defender of the Protestant sect?
No the house of Commons took manipulation over the house of Lords with the Blarite reforms. So they offer no protection within the House of Lords. You wanted Protestants to protect their faith within law you would have to reestablish the Church of Ireland, Church Wales and allow the Church of Scotland to send Bishops to the House of Lords. This is what I want. Then the Protestants would be a viable voting block to stop things they don't want, as they were in the past. You will also have to remove all the Political peers and return all the hereditary peers and allow the right of appeal to every British subject within the House of Lords. Do you want to do this to re-balance the governmental system and protect the Protestant faith? Or are you using token influence and saying it is real power? I think the latter.

It mean it can no longer be described as Conservative, it is the Progressive Conservative party, all the real Conservative aren't going to vote for it, they are voting UKIP. As are many of the Labour votes who care about social issues.

No Gerry Adams is a Catholic and Church of Rome's position is very clear on this issue.
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