Northern Irish fighting rages on as rioters branded a disgrace

Jan 4, 2013 Full story: The Star Online 894

Northern Irish police came under attack by pro-British loyalists on Friday as the province's first minister branded rioters a disgrace and said they were playing into the hands of rival militant nationalists.

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humberman99

Blackburn, UK

#166 Jan 10, 2013
Dubbadub wrote:
So this fella seen the Good Friday Agreement as only ''another phase in the Republican war'' despite the US, UK, ROI, etc and the majority of NI still supporting it. What an idiot.
no, this "fella" is totally correct in all he says. Like those sad cnuts you exported to Cubas and Columbia, the truth will out.
And take my word for it, it has only started.
chucky ar fn la.

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#167 Jan 10, 2013
tha Professor wrote:
<quoted text>
What would you do with a "fact" if you HAD one, yobbo?:)
plenty of facts there in black and white plenty all true unlike yours "looting"you got that wrong as you have others things keep digging your bunker you whacky weirdo you may need it sooner than you think and while your at it get yourself a few semi automatics while you can before they make them illegal which they should have been long time ago have you ever stopped to think why? why? your country is such a fucking mess lol

“Science not Conservatism”

Since: Jan 12

Progress, not Denial

#168 Jan 10, 2013
massey12 wrote:
<quoted text>plenty of facts there in black and white plenty all true unlike yours "looting"you got that wrong as you have others things keep digging your bunker you whacky weirdo you may need it sooner than you think and while your at it get yourself a few semi automatics while you can before they make them illegal which they should have been long time ago have you ever stopped to think why? why? your country is such a fucking mess lol
garble gabble, bargle gibber gooble...lol

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#169 Jan 10, 2013
best you can lol is that the best you can do keep digging keep digging
humberman99

Blackburn, UK

#170 Jan 10, 2013
tha Professor wrote:
<quoted text>
garble gabble, bargle gibber gooble...lol
yes, bet you give a good gobble, you perv.
stuarty

Durham, UK

#171 Jan 10, 2013
Sure it's only a FLAG I hear them say.
Sure it was only the ULSTER in the Ulster Defence Regiment.
Sure it was only the ROYAL in the Royal Ulster Constabulary. Then it was the CROWNS in the courthouses, police stations, fire stations and prisons they didn't like.
Then our PARADES offended them so we get rerouted all ...over the place to please them.
They don't like our MUSIC so they take us to court.
Our ORANGE HALLS and CHURCHES offend them so much that they burn and vandalise them.
The POPPY in memory of our glorious war dead offends them.
MEMORIALS to our war dead offend them so they deface them continually.
A MEMORIAL to innocent workmen slaughtered by IRA SF gang offends them so they try to destroy and deface it.
A HOMECOMING parade for the Royal Irish Regiment offended them.
Singing the national anthem at Windsor Park offends them so they can't attend and want it changed.
Gerry Kelly wants the name Royal Victoria removed from our world famous hospital.
While they name a children's playground after a republican cowardly murderer.
They say anything British or Protestant Offends them.
The list is endless I'm sure many could be added to the list above and all we hear from SF/IRA is equality and lets tolerate each others society and beliefs, let's share some space.
Now there's a joke that makes my blood boil!
humberman99

Blackburn, UK

#172 Jan 10, 2013
stuarty wrote:
Sure it's only a FLAG I hear them say.
Sure it was only the ULSTER in the Ulster Defence Regiment.
Sure it was only the ROYAL in the Royal Ulster Constabulary. Then it was the CROWNS in the courthouses, police stations, fire stations and prisons they didn't like.
Then our PARADES offended them so we get rerouted all ...over the place to please them.
They don't like our MUSIC so they take us to court.
Our ORANGE HALLS and CHURCHES offend them so much that they burn and vandalise them.
The POPPY in memory of our glorious war dead offends them.
MEMORIALS to our war dead offend them so they deface them continually.
A MEMORIAL to innocent workmen slaughtered by IRA SF gang offends them so they try to destroy and deface it.
A HOMECOMING parade for the Royal Irish Regiment offended them.
Singing the national anthem at Windsor Park offends them so they can't attend and want it changed.
Gerry Kelly wants the name Royal Victoria removed from our world famous hospital.
While they name a children's playground after a republican cowardly murderer.
They say anything British or Protestant Offends them.
The list is endless I'm sure many could be added to the list above and all we hear from SF/IRA is equality and lets tolerate each others society and beliefs, let's share some space.
Now there's a joke that makes my blood boil!
agree, a lesson on what happens when you try to satisfy the unsatisfiable.
chucky ar la fn la.
stuarty

Durham, UK

#173 Jan 10, 2013
Almost half of the people living in Ireland - combining Northern Ireland and the Republic - believe it was wrong to limit the number of days the Union flag flies at Belfast City Hall.

Just 36 per cent of those living in Dublin agree with the decision made by Belfast City councillors on December 3, which preceded six months of protests and riots on the streets of Northern Ireland.

Forty-eight per cent branded the decision incorrect.

An average of 46 per cent altogether across Ireland said they felt the flag should not have been removed, to fly only on designated days.

The Red C opinion poll for Paddy Power asked people across Leinster, Munster, Connacht and Ulster if they agreed with the decision. An average of 18 per cent said they did not know.

And 44 per cent of Sinn Fein voters - whose party had originally called for the flag to be removed entirely - said they felt the decision was wrong.
http://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/headlines/al...
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#175 Jan 10, 2013
i hate to disturb the train of thought and discussion on this topix but i have a question and i hope someone gives me a straight and intelligent answer. Here goes-how many of you believe the post 164? Thanks for any comeback. Concerning the Scots getting credit for the Ulster Scot problem of NI, Dubbadub gives the closest correct answer. The deportation of Scots to Ulster and America was carried out by London not Edinburgh.

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#176 Jan 10, 2013
humberman99 wrote:
<quoted text>
no, this "fella" is totally correct in all he says. Like those sad cnuts you exported to Cubas and Columbia, the truth will out.
And take my word for it, it has only started.
chucky ar fn la.
When you fail to militarily defeat a militant group, such as the IRA, an accomodation has to be found with them. This has happened in many parts of the world. NI isn't a special case in this regard. Facts are the IRA were not defeated militarily, the conflict in NI had reached a stalemate, there was no other option than a continuation of the conflict, or a peace agreement. WHta option would you rather? It appears you enjoy the bloodlust of conflict than peace. Shame......

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#177 Jan 10, 2013
stuarty wrote:
Almost half of the people living in Ireland - combining Northern Ireland and the Republic - believe it was wrong to limit the number of days the Union flag flies at Belfast City Hall.
Just 36 per cent of those living in Dublin agree with the decision made by Belfast City councillors on December 3, which preceded six months of protests and riots on the streets of Northern Ireland.
Forty-eight per cent branded the decision incorrect.
An average of 46 per cent altogether across Ireland said they felt the flag should not have been removed, to fly only on designated days.
The Red C opinion poll for Paddy Power asked people across Leinster, Munster, Connacht and Ulster if they agreed with the decision. An average of 18 per cent said they did not know.
And 44 per cent of Sinn Fein voters - whose party had originally called for the flag to be removed entirely - said they felt the decision was wrong.
http://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/headlines/al...
Yes but we're still all the enemy down here aren't we? Ha laughable, and to think that flag farce protest was going to come to Dublin and protest.

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#178 Jan 10, 2013
stuarty wrote:
Almost half of the people living in Ireland - combining Northern Ireland and the Republic - believe it was wrong to limit the number of days the Union flag flies at Belfast City Hall.
Just 36 per cent of those living in Dublin agree with the decision made by Belfast City councillors on December 3, which preceded six months of protests and riots on the streets of Northern Ireland.
Forty-eight per cent branded the decision incorrect.
An average of 46 per cent altogether across Ireland said they felt the flag should not have been removed, to fly only on designated days.
The Red C opinion poll for Paddy Power asked people across Leinster, Munster, Connacht and Ulster if they agreed with the decision. An average of 18 per cent said they did not know.
And 44 per cent of Sinn Fein voters - whose party had originally called for the flag to be removed entirely - said they felt the decision was wrong.
http://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/headlines/al...
You appear to like using polls from ALL over Ireland when it suits you.

What about the recent poll that showed that 69% of those in the Republic SUPPORT a United Ireland, even if that meant tax increases.

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2...

Polls can be manipulated to paint any picture we want, you see?

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#179 Jan 10, 2013
dunadd wrote:
i hate to disturb the train of thought and discussion on this topix but i have a question and i hope someone gives me a straight and intelligent answer. Here goes-how many of you believe the post 164? Thanks for any comeback. Concerning the Scots getting credit for the Ulster Scot problem of NI, Dubbadub gives the closest correct answer. The deportation of Scots to Ulster and America was carried out by London not Edinburgh.
Most of the colonial settlers were Scots, funnily enough too most of the Protestant-Scots/Irish were actually opposed to the Act of Union in 1800, because they had an Irish parliament and only Protestants were allowed to hold elected office and vote, despite them being a minority on the island. Many of the ''Unionist'' Protestant people today will find that their ancestors were OPPOSED to the Act of Union. Funny old wolrd we live in. In my opinion the Act of Union took all responsibility away from the Scots having to deal with the mess in NI.

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#180 Jan 10, 2013
Dubbadub wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes but we're still all the enemy down here aren't we? Ha laughable, and to think that flag farce protest was going to come to Dublin and protest.
no dub not really we dont see yourselves as the enemy ive even admitted to you that the flag protests are pretty low key and futile and any protest down your neck of the woods would have been the same or worse even
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#181 Jan 10, 2013
Thanks Dubbadub for your input. London is indirectly responsible for the 8,000 Cherokee who died on the Trail of Tears in 1838. The Cherokee were ordered by the president of the US Andrew Jackson under Army force to march from Cleveland Tennessee over 1,000 miles in the dead of winter to presentday Oklahoma. Over 8,000 including Chief John Ross' wife died and buried in unmarked graves in Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri and Arkansas. President Andrew Jackson was Ulster Scot ancestry. descended from people removed from Scotland by the London government troops, sent to NI. Living there awhile they chose to go to the colonies and Andrew Jackson was born in Lancaster County, South Carolina, raised in Mecklenburg County, North Carlina. By deporting the Jacksons out of Scotland and going eventually to America, London indirectly caused all those Cherokee deaths on the westward deportation. America and Britain are not all that different and DC and London aren't either.
stuarty

Durham, UK

#182 Jan 10, 2013
Dubbadub wrote:
<quoted text>
You appear to like using polls from ALL over Ireland when it suits you.
What about the recent poll that showed that 69% of those in the Republic SUPPORT a United Ireland, even if that meant tax increases.
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2...
Polls can be manipulated to paint any picture we want, you see?
lol thats like saying the argies can just take falklands just because 69% would want it to be part of their country because they found oil there ..but 100% of people on the island want to remain british.. your views would not be very fair, bit of a commie statement...... and put to them if it ment trouble in ireland id say it would drop to around 10/20% and i cant see it happen without bloodshed.

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#183 Jan 10, 2013
dunadd wrote:
Thanks Dubbadub for your input. London is indirectly responsible for the 8,000 Cherokee who died on the Trail of Tears in 1838. The Cherokee were ordered by the president of the US Andrew Jackson under Army force to march from Cleveland Tennessee over 1,000 miles in the dead of winter to presentday Oklahoma. Over 8,000 including Chief John Ross' wife died and buried in unmarked graves in Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri and Arkansas. President Andrew Jackson was Ulster Scot ancestry. descended from people removed from Scotland by the London government troops, sent to NI. Living there awhile they chose to go to the colonies and Andrew Jackson was born in Lancaster County, South Carolina, raised in Mecklenburg County, North Carlina. By deporting the Jacksons out of Scotland and going eventually to America, London indirectly caused all those Cherokee deaths on the westward deportation. America and Britain are not all that different and DC and London aren't either.
Thank you for that interesting information.

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#184 Jan 10, 2013
massey12 wrote:
<quoted text>no dub not really we dont see yourselves as the enemy ive even admitted to you that the flag protests are pretty low key and futile and any protest down your neck of the woods would have been the same or worse even
Stuarty does though along with some others. It would have been a waste of time, still going to happen in the future though anyway.

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#185 Jan 10, 2013
stuarty wrote:
<quoted text>lol thats like saying the argies can just take falklands just because 69% would want it to be part of their country because they found oil there ..but 100% of people on the island want to remain british.. your views would not be very fair, bit of a commie statement...... and put to them if it ment trouble in ireland id say it would drop to around 10/20% and i cant see it happen without bloodshed.
So what about the Falklands? Thats a completely different situation to the one in NI. I was merly giving you another poll from the Republic. How is it a commie statement?

Nah as can be seen through the 1980's etc during the Troubles the polls down here were always HIGHLY in favour of reuniting the country. All this supposed trouble you talk about doesn't matter to us, do you think we really care about threats down here? If there was a United Ireland your ''trouble'' would be only an embarrassment to yourselves. We wouldn't be to bothered about it, when are you going to learn that? There is thousands upon thousands all over this country who would relish going up there and sorting out any ''trouble'' in the event of a United Ireland.......

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#186 Jan 10, 2013
dub northern nationalists were always considerd a more of an enemy as you put it yes they had help from southerners but the enemy was the northern nationalists not yourselves down south it didnt really matter at the time what anyone from southern ireland thought anyone you talk to from up here will consider them more of a threat than yourselves i gaurantee it m8 but we have peace now the odd wee blip here and there but things are a hell of a lot better for evryone not just one side i have kids id much rather see them grow up in peace rather than still be arguing and and fighting with one an other years from now

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