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Oh my. Based on that second sentence, DMcGovern will love you.
I give it five hours until the first 'vaguely extreme-nationalist' rant!
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Oh my. Based on that second sentence, DMcGovern will love you.
Do I hear a fellow Fenian in the house?
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I give it five hours until the first 'vaguely extreme-nationalist' rant!
Extreme my arse - it's not like I'm wiring up bombs am I?
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Extreme my arse - it's not like I'm wiring up bombs am I?
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Extreme my arse - it's not like I'm wiring up bombs am I?
Not like you've been caught, you mean?

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Do I hear a fellow Fenian in the house?
why yes, you do . Whilst I have fluctuated a fair amount politically, Irish Unity has been a main focus and an issue I hold very dear.
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Extreme my arse - it's not like I'm wiring up bombs am I?
yeah not you, we.
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Not like you've been caught, you mean?

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Extreme my arse - it's not like I'm wiring up bombs am I?
Tbh, I wouldn't be one bit surprised

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Hi Cactus. We'd love to have you in the Labour Party. Thank you for applying to the user group - I can now get the Community Team to process your application.
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Hi there, would you consider joining the Green Party? The Liberal party here, have recently accepted a self confessed racist into their party from UKIP, so it seems the only thing they're actually liberal with is the word liberal itself.

You may fit in the Tories, but then again there isn't really an actual liberal party for someone right wing economically.

In the Green party we didn't partake in the last general election, and internally we're going through a few changes in order to embrace what the future might bring, you can be a part of that change, you can decide what we do as a party, all that we require from you is your membership, your support, and your input. What do you say?

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You sound like you might fit in the Liberal Party - I'll tag their leader PetrosAC for you.

If you were going to consider joining the Greens, you might want to consider that the reason they didn't partake in the last election was that they were so disorganised they forgot to submit a manifesto.
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You sound like you might fit in the Liberal Party - I'll tag their leader PetrosAC for you.

If you were going to consider joining the Greens, you might want to consider that the reason they didn't partake in the last election was that they were so disorganised they forgot to submit a manifesto.
Past tense kiddo

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You sound like you might fit in the Liberal Party - I'll tag their leader PetrosAC for you.

If you were going to consider joining the Greens, you might want to consider that the reason they didn't partake in the last election was that they were so disorganised they forgot to submit a manifesto.
Granted, things weren't perfect. But we did go from being on the brink of death to having a very active party in the space of a couple weeks, that deserves credit. With months until the next general election and plenty of by elections until then, I'm certain that we'll be back on our feet. If members want to join us, and help guide the party then that's them, or they can join another party. I was simply telling it as it is.



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Don't be fooled the Green Party is slowly dying but instead of letting it go with dignity a few people are trying to save it, even the leader at the time jumped ship.

In the liberal party we do have a range of people from the left and the right.
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Don't be fooled the Green Party is slowly dying but instead of letting it go with dignity a few people are trying to save it, even the leader at the time jumped ship.

In the liberal party we do have a range of people from the left and the right.
And people liberal, racist or otherwise.

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And people liberal, racist or otherwise.

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Can you provide a source of where he admitted to being racist?
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Can you provide a source of where he admitted to being racist?
Not me personally. But I've seen the quote before, it was posted by L_p.

I doubt even Hazzer himself will deny it.

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