McGuinness criticises UK government

McGuinness criticises UK government

There are 20 comments on the The Belfast Telegraph story from Jun 29, 2012, titled McGuinness criticises UK government. In it, The Belfast Telegraph reports that:

Britain is blocking reconciliation on the island of Ireland by refusing to face up to its role in the violence of the Troubles, Martin McGuinness said at Westminster tonight.

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jason norris

Leigh, UK

#1 Jun 29, 2012
This is another strategy. Go back to the time the Liberals sold out to the thugs, but were stopped by loyal citizens from selling out Ulster, well, history in this island goes round and round. What Marty has to do now is convince the chattering classes that all is at peace IF they accede to his request that Britain declares to withdraw.

You see it is the British that they cannot defeat. In particular the British/Irish/ulster scots. Now, that will not happen because no war has been fought against them. If it does occur, mighty mistake for Marty and friends.

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#2 Jun 29, 2012
jason norris wrote:
What Marty has to do now is convince the chattering classes that all is at peace IF they accede to his request that Britain declares to withdraw.
Humberman??

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#3 Jun 29, 2012
jason norris wrote:
This is another strategy. Go back to the time the Liberals sold out to the thugs, but were stopped by loyal citizens from selling out Ulster, well, history in this island goes round and round. What Marty has to do now is convince the chattering classes that all is at peace IF they accede to his request that Britain declares to withdraw.
You see it is the British that they cannot defeat. In particular the British/Irish/ulster scots. Now, that will not happen because no war has been fought against them. If it does occur, mighty mistake for Marty and friends.
''Chattering classes''

Humberman??
jason norris

Leigh, UK

#4 Jun 29, 2012
chattering classes is a common name for twittering do-good no-gooders. The challenge of Humberman escapes me, but the name appears on old posts.

Same as ICR Ronan, who people will say are of the same.

Marty is on the tactics now, well, they have thrown their cards onto the table and after 9/11 killing is a no no. Unless of course they use the name "Dissident", it wasnt us etc etc. The kneecappings etc still go on, keeping the Roman Catholic people under control.
allymac

London, UK

#5 Jun 29, 2012
Dubbadub wrote:
<quoted text>
Humberman??
Do you think so?I'd like to see Humberman back.

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#6 Jun 30, 2012
allymac wrote:
<quoted text>Do you think so?I'd like to see Humberman back.
Definitely!!!

Its easy to tell the postings are so similar.
I am velly confused

Malaysia

#8 Jan 27, 2013
jason norris wrote:
chattering classes is a common name for twittering do-good no-gooders. The challenge of Humberman escapes me, but the name appears on old posts.
Same as ICR Ronan, who people will say are of the same.
Marty is on the tactics now, well, they have thrown their cards onto the table and after 9/11 killing is a no no. Unless of course they use the name "Dissident", it wasnt us etc etc. The kneecappings etc still go on, keeping the Roman Catholic people under control.
The British don't need the push and shove to go fighting other people's wars in North Africa and the Middle East, because they say the "majority" of the people there wants the "regime change". So why are they so stubborn in refusing the Irish majority their united Ireland?
rio

UK

#9 Jan 27, 2013
Humberman99 = jason norris = mike rock = mike483
I am velly confused

Malaysia

#10 Jan 27, 2013
Phil Macavity wrote:
If "reconciliation " equates to unification, then long may Great Britain deny reconciliation. After all, who in their right mind would wish to be reconciled with a scabrous bunch of murderous and thoroughly evil thugs ?
But you "upstanding" British hypocrits did not hesitate working with your Islamic terrorist "chums" when you needed their help in rid off Gaddafi.
The words you Brits used to describe the Irish freedom fighters should be taken with a pinch of salt!
caroline locke

Cambridge, UK

#11 Jan 27, 2013
I am velly confused wrote:
<quoted text>
But you "upstanding" British hypocrits did not hesitate working with your Islamic terrorist "chums" when you needed their help in rid off Gaddafi.
The words you Brits used to describe the Irish freedom fighters should be taken with a pinch of salt!
how many sock puppet accounts do you have
I am velly confused

Malaysia

#12 Jan 27, 2013
caroline locke wrote:
<quoted text>
how many sock puppet accounts do you have
why, you wanna to borrow some honey?
James

Bilston, UK

#13 Jan 28, 2013
I am velly confused wrote:
<quoted text>
The British don't need the push and shove to go fighting other people's wars in North Africa and the Middle East, because they say the "majority" of the people there wants the "regime change". So why are they so stubborn in refusing the Irish majority their united Ireland?
There are no independent countries in Europe any more, so the idea of Irish unification is a joke.

When has the UK fought a war in North Africa? Not since 1943.
caroline locke

Cambridge, UK

#14 Jan 28, 2013
I am velly confused wrote:
<quoted text>
why, you wanna to borrow some honey?
It might be hard for you to understand but I post under my own name, sphincter boy
Irish

Dublin, Ireland

#15 Jan 28, 2013
He is right.But remember he is not pointing the finger at the people he is pointing finger at the government.So dont take it personal as not British peoples fault.
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#16 Jan 30, 2013
always separate what government says or does from the people. no government on earth represents the people, only government interests.
James

Bilston, UK

#17 Jan 30, 2013
Woodrow Wilson was right.
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#18 Jan 30, 2013
WW was right about what?
James

Bilston, UK

#19 Jan 30, 2013
Not supporting the Irish terrorists in 1919.

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#20 Jan 30, 2013
James wrote:
Not supporting the Irish terrorists in 1919.
What ''Irish terrorists'' of 1919?

Oh those guys who actually took British soldiers prisoner and released them on many occasions.

How ''terrorist'' of them.....LOL

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#21 Jan 30, 2013
jason norris wrote:
This is another strategy. Go back to the time the Liberals sold out to the thugs, but were stopped by loyal citizens from selling out Ulster, well, history in this island goes round and round. What Marty has to do now is convince the chattering classes that all is at peace IF they accede to his request that Britain declares to withdraw.
You see it is the British that they cannot defeat. In particular the British/Irish/ulster scots. Now, that will not happen because no war has been fought against them. If it does occur, mighty mistake for Marty and friends.
British/Irish/Ulster/Scottish? ??
Jay you are as confused, as your fellow disgraced evil MIKE???

UNBELEIVABLE....LOL

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