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    I'm 17 and I come from an Irish Nationalist background and i firmly believe that Ireland should be united. Personally, I don't believe in the failed state (NI) because it is a state built and maintained on sectarianism and bigotry

    Health, Education and benefits etc are a shambles here (no thanks to the union/being controlled by England)

    I've got Unionist friends and i am not bitter at all, in fact im sick and tired of the old Catholic/Protestant nonsense and i want everyone to get on - in a new,united Ireland.

    In my opinion - as long as there is a border in Ireland there will always be divison and peace will be fragile.

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    Never! Never! Never! :fuhrer:

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    (Original post by xdmccann)
    I'm 17 and I come from an Irish Nationalist background and i firmly believe that Ireland should be united. Personally, I don't believe in the failed state (NI) because it is a state built and maintained on sectarianism and bigotry

    Health, Education and benefits etc are a shambles here (no thanks to the union/being controlled by England)

    I've got Unionist friends and i am not bitter at all, in fact im sick and tired of the old Catholic/Protestant nonsense and i want everyone to get on - in a new,united Ireland.

    In my opinion - as long as there is a border in Ireland there will always be divison and peace will be fragile.

    Opinions? No bigoted comments please
    Yes I think this would be a good idea and I'm from England
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    Problem is the majority of people align with the union at the moment.

    I'm not from NI so am not familiar with public services. What is it that is so bad at the moment?

    Not trying to put you down, in fact I really like the idea of Ireland united, just that the practicalities are quite different
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    never! Never! Never! :fuhrer:

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