1,000 loyalists 'storm' Belfast City Hall: Northern Ireland ...

There are 98 comments on the Mirror.co.uk story from Dec 4, 2012, titled 1,000 loyalists 'storm' Belfast City Hall: Northern Ireland .... In it, Mirror.co.uk reports that:

A vote to end the practice of flying the Union flag 365 days a year from Belfast City Hall has sparked violent protests The Union Flag: Violence broke out after councillors voted that the flag should no longer be flown 365 days a year Two police officers were injured when hundreds of loyalists tried to storm Belfast City Hall last night after ... (more)

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Shawn

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Dec 4, 2012
The beginning of the end! Loyalists and unionist act this way over an oppressive bed sheet? Rest in pieces British Empire and take the rest of your ancestory filth with you.
caroline

Cambridge, UK

#3 Dec 4, 2012
Burn in hell you cowardly terrorist loving, paedophile supporting plastic paddy .

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#4 Dec 5, 2012
Shawn wrote:
The beginning of the end! Loyalists and unionist act this way over an oppressive bed sheet? Rest in pieces British Empire and take the rest of your ancestory filth with you.
at least we have ancestory how did it feel losing the vietnam war? getting beat by a bunch of rice farmers ffs your country will never live that down you dumb yank lol
rio

UK

#5 Dec 5, 2012
Shawn wrote:
The beginning of the end! Loyalists and unionist act this way over an oppressive bed sheet? Rest in pieces British Empire and take the rest of your ancestory filth with you.
Yes, they are very jumpy about the colour of a piece of cloth, aren't they?

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#6 Dec 5, 2012
rio wrote:
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Yes, they are very jumpy about the colour of a piece of cloth, aren't they?
yes about as the english are about another bit of cloth the burka use really dont like it do use? well tough soon ur country will be overun by cloth wearing muslims whilst in good old northern ireland we dont have 1 mosque nota single 1 how many thousands are their in england?
Allymac

Glasgow, UK

#7 Dec 5, 2012
massey12 wrote:
<quoted text>yes about as the english are about another bit of cloth the burka use really dont like it do use? well tough soon ur country will be overun by cloth wearing muslims whilst in good old northern ireland we dont have 1 mosque nota single 1 how many thousands are their in england?
Ronan/rio wears a burka over his/her Ann Summers underwear LOL.
rio

UK

#8 Dec 5, 2012
massey12 wrote:
<quoted text>yes about as the english are about another bit of cloth the burka use really dont like it do use? well tough soon ur country will be overun by cloth wearing muslims whilst in good old northern ireland we dont have 1 mosque nota single 1 how many thousands are their in england?
So, what is your point?

You say "my" country, as if it wasn't yours too?

Arent you British?

There are more mosques in England, I gather, because there are more Muslims, like we have probably more churches, more schools, more hospitals: there are more people living in England.
stevie

Perivale, UK

#9 Dec 5, 2012
i keep hesring pul community saying we irish dont want british flag but we have no probs taking money with lizzies head on it. thats next lol the wind of change are sweeping through.

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#10 Dec 5, 2012
stevie wrote:
i keep hesring pul community saying we irish dont want british flag but we have no probs taking money with lizzies head on it. thats next lol the wind of change are sweeping through.
so whens is this gona happen. lol cant see us joining euro anytime soon. queens head is still the note every one in the world wants. solid, more so that that euro crop that most of europe wish they had never joined

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#11 Dec 5, 2012
massey12 wrote:
<quoted text>yes about as the english are about another bit of cloth the burka use really dont like it do use? well tough soon ur country will be overun by cloth wearing muslims whilst in good old northern ireland we dont have 1 mosque nota single 1 how many thousands are their in england?
lol your wasting your time,what you described is what RONAN/RIO is hoping for!

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#12 Dec 5, 2012
rio wrote:
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Yes, they are very jumpy about the colour of a piece of cloth, aren't they?
ask Laura mcnamee from alliance party she has to leave her home under threat last night. playing with the fire is not great when soaked in petrol. first of many who live among the people they stabed in the back.
Duuuhh Im a dumb prod

Glasgow, UK

#13 Dec 5, 2012
Some of you prods really don't understand the money system, utter spastics. dont think id have the patience to try and teach you how things work, but simply the queen does not own our money, plus the whole point of republicanism being that we've had the 'queens money' and all other manner of british shite forced on us and were not happy taking it, thats why there is still a strong republican movement, because were not happy, and we still want things changed. Probably never needed education in the past when all the jobs were handed to you. Bunch of halfwit spastics.

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#14 Dec 5, 2012
Duuuhh Im a dumb prod wrote:
Some of you prods really don't understand the money system, utter spastics. dont think id have the patience to try and teach you how things work, but simply the queen does not own our money, plus the whole point of republicanism being that we've had the 'queens money' and all other manner of british shite forced on us and were not happy taking it, thats why there is still a strong republican movement, because were not happy, and we still want things changed. Probably never needed education in the past when all the jobs were handed to you. Bunch of halfwit spastics.
only taig i every heard off didnt like money r the giro, most here didnt want jobs as were to busy havin sprogs r drinking r planting bombs lol

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#15 Dec 5, 2012
stuarty 1 wrote:
<quoted text>only taig i every heard off didnt like money r the giro, most here didnt want jobs as were to busy havin sprogs r drinking r planting bombs lol
So that explains why Catholics are more likely to have university degrees?

FAIL....

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#16 Dec 5, 2012
rio wrote:
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So, what is your point?
You say "my" country, as if it wasn't yours too?
Arent you British?
There are more mosques in England, I gather, because there are more Muslims, like we have probably more churches, more schools, more hospitals: there are more people living in England.
far 2 many for some ronan
1000protesters

Ellesmere Port, UK

#18 Dec 6, 2012
and only 3 lifted and bailed what a joke touts

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#19 Dec 6, 2012
1000protesters wrote:
and only 3 lifted and bailed what a joke touts
why this bother you.. what concern is this for you, and how can ya call them touts ya tool

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#20 Dec 6, 2012
Dubbadub wrote:
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So that explains why Catholics are more likely to have university degrees?
FAIL....
Dr Peter Shirlow, an academic from Queen’s University Belfast, said the percentage of Catholics and Protestants attending our universities reflected “the share of what the population is”.

Demographics indicate that in the age group (18-21) of people attending university, the religious breakdown would be 55% Catholic and 45% Protestant.

Figures obtained by the Belfast Telegraph show that of Northern Ireland students attending university, 35% are Protestants, 49% are Catholics and 16% are others.

and as i said earlier alot more protestants go over the water .. the way you wrote above was as if no prods go to uni again your a twat.

Read more: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/educat...

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#21 Dec 6, 2012
stuarty 1 wrote:
<quoted text>Dr Peter Shirlow, an academic from Queen’s University Belfast, said the percentage of Catholics and Protestants attending our universities reflected “the share of what the population is”.
Demographics indicate that in the age group (18-21) of people attending university, the religious breakdown would be 55% Catholic and 45% Protestant.
Figures obtained by the Belfast Telegraph show that of Northern Ireland students attending university, 35% are Protestants, 49% are Catholics and 16% are others.
and as i said earlier alot more protestants go over the water .. the way you wrote above was as if no prods go to uni again your a twat.
Read more: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/educat...
What I said was, Catholics are more likely to have a uni degree than Prods in NI.....

So much for all your ''on the dole'' bigotry.....

How does it feel to be a shrinking minority?
Peacenow

Shanghai, China

#22 Dec 6, 2012
massey12 wrote:
<quoted text>at least we have ancestory how did it feel losing the vietnam war? getting beat by a bunch of rice farmers ffs your country will never live that down you dumb yank lol
Rich comming from a limey lover who wouldn't even be speaking English now if it weren't for the USA saving UK's loser ass in WW2, training it's pilots, giving it technology, food, transport and also lending it billions after the war as it was a broke ass mess.

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