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Re: Irish men Rosary
« Reply #60 on: May 22, 2022, 02:25:14 PM »
These lads are free to pray where they want to and I'm not aware if anyone trying to censor them.
Mind you instead of blocking public space they could use any of the 5 or 6,000 Catholic Churches around the Country.

Fair enough, but in all truthfulness did they really cause an immense amount of disruption to the public?
         Kilkeel was for all intents and purposes closed of yesterday evening for an Orange March. Thats proper disruption for you.

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« Reply #61 on: May 22, 2022, 06:35:46 PM »
Things are different in the 17th Century ::)
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« Reply #62 on: May 22, 2022, 06:47:56 PM »
Things are different in the 17th Century ::)

Correct, I could understand it if it was a bunch of old women who were saying the rosary but I have to say Iím a bit shocked, disgusted and disappointed in a group of men coming together as a group to say the rosary.

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« Reply #63 on: May 22, 2022, 08:28:19 PM »
Channel 4 is not left wing, people who think it is tend to be tories. In fact, anything that isnít right wing, like the centrist Independent, is usually considered left wing by tories. The Observer is more centrist than left, likewise the Guardian. The Mirror/Sunday Mirror are pretty much centrist as well, which is about as far left as you can get in mainstream British politics these days.

One of the oddities of the modern world is that viewpoints held as left wing for decades are now considered centrist, even though they never actually changed. The meter shifted half a mile to the left and anyone that didn't shift with it is now a centrist or far right.

Itís the complete reverse. The current Tory party is populated by people who would have found a home in the national front in the 70s/80s. Any decent, reasonable centre right politicians were evicted from the party on the altar of brexit. Decent people and politicians like Anna soubry, Dominic grieve, Rory Stewart and quite a few others should be the kind of talent leading the party today. Instead the media have pushed their hard brexit to enrich an elite few and theyíve done it using blatant racism to play on peoples fears. People like Trump being in any way mainstream would have been unheard of 20/30 years ago with his right wing views and repeated racist comments.

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« Reply #64 on: May 22, 2022, 08:59:42 PM »
Channel 4 is not left wing, people who think it is tend to be tories. In fact, anything that isnít right wing, like the centrist Independent, is usually considered left wing by tories. The Observer is more centrist than left, likewise the Guardian. The Mirror/Sunday Mirror are pretty much centrist as well, which is about as far left as you can get in mainstream British politics these days.

One of the oddities of the modern world is that viewpoints held as left wing for decades are now considered centrist, even though they never actually changed. The meter shifted half a mile to the left and anyone that didn't shift with it is now a centrist or far right.

Itís the complete reverse. The current Tory party is populated by people who would have found a home in the national front in the 70s/80s. Any decent, reasonable centre right politicians were evicted from the party on the altar of brexit. Decent people and politicians like Anna soubry, Dominic grieve, Rory Stewart and quite a few others should be the kind of talent leading the party today. Instead the media have pushed their hard brexit to enrich an elite few and theyíve done it using blatant racism to play on peoples fears. People like Trump being in any way mainstream would have been unheard of 20/30 years ago with his right wing views and repeated racist comments.

What is it with you people and Trump. You won the election, we're nearly halfway through the next term and you're still crying about Trump. I almost feel like you're annoyed you've lost a bogeyman.

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« Reply #65 on: Today at 02:30:13 AM »
He hasn't gone away, you know.

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« Reply #66 on: Today at 06:32:37 AM »
Things are different in the 17th Century ::)

Correct, I could understand it if it was a bunch of old women who were saying the rosary but I have to say Iím a bit shocked, disgusted and disappointed in a group of men coming together as a group to say the rosary.
If they were praying to allah what would the reaction be?

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« Reply #67 on: Today at 12:04:07 PM »
Channel 4 is not left wing, people who think it is tend to be tories. In fact, anything that isnít right wing, like the centrist Independent, is usually considered left wing by tories. The Observer is more centrist than left, likewise the Guardian. The Mirror/Sunday Mirror are pretty much centrist as well, which is about as far left as you can get in mainstream British politics these days.

One of the oddities of the modern world is that viewpoints held as left wing for decades are now considered centrist, even though they never actually changed. The meter shifted half a mile to the left and anyone that didn't shift with it is now a centrist or far right.

Itís the complete reverse. The current Tory party is populated by people who would have found a home in the national front in the 70s/80s. Any decent, reasonable centre right politicians were evicted from the party on the altar of brexit. Decent people and politicians like Anna soubry, Dominic grieve, Rory Stewart and quite a few others should be the kind of talent leading the party today. Instead the media have pushed their hard brexit to enrich an elite few and theyíve done it using blatant racism to play on peoples fears. People like Trump being in any way mainstream would have been unheard of 20/30 years ago with his right wing views and repeated racist comments.

What is it with you people and Trump. You won the election, we're nearly halfway through the next term and you're still crying about Trump. I almost feel like you're annoyed you've lost a bogeyman.

The point with Trump is that he hasn't been lost.

He's still ruling the American right with an iron fist and they've bought completely into his stolen election fantasy out of fear of their lunatic base. Have you seen some of the absolute whackjobs the GOP is putting up for the general election in November, including for statewide offices like governor? Just thank christ not all of them won their primary.

The Tories are not far behind them.

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« Reply #68 on: Today at 12:11:14 PM »
Channel 4 is not left wing, people who think it is tend to be tories. In fact, anything that isnít right wing, like the centrist Independent, is usually considered left wing by tories. The Observer is more centrist than left, likewise the Guardian. The Mirror/Sunday Mirror are pretty much centrist as well, which is about as far left as you can get in mainstream British politics these days.

One of the oddities of the modern world is that viewpoints held as left wing for decades are now considered centrist, even though they never actually changed. The meter shifted half a mile to the left and anyone that didn't shift with it is now a centrist or far right.

Itís the complete reverse. The current Tory party is populated by people who would have found a home in the national front in the 70s/80s. Any decent, reasonable centre right politicians were evicted from the party on the altar of brexit. Decent people and politicians like Anna soubry, Dominic grieve, Rory Stewart and quite a few others should be the kind of talent leading the party today. Instead the media have pushed their hard brexit to enrich an elite few and theyíve done it using blatant racism to play on peoples fears. People like Trump being in any way mainstream would have been unheard of 20/30 years ago with his right wing views and repeated racist comments.

What is it with you people and Trump. You won the election, we're nearly halfway through the next term and you're still crying about Trump. I almost feel like you're annoyed you've lost a bogeyman.

The point with Trump is that he hasn't been lost.

He's still ruling the American right with an iron fist and they've bought completely into his stolen election fantasy out of fear of their lunatic base. Have you seen some of the absolute whackjobs the GOP is putting up for the general election in November, including for statewide offices like governor? Just thank christ not all of them won their primary.

The Tories are not far behind them.

The Tories have Richi Sunak and Priti Patel in the 2nd and 3rd biggest jobs so they arent that bad with the old fulltime racism.

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« Reply #69 on: Today at 12:30:07 PM »
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« Reply #70 on: Today at 12:38:37 PM »
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