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GAA Discussion / Re: Concerned Gaels
« on: Today at 06:11:15 AM »
Fair play to you John I hope clones is a sea of Palestine flags tomorrow. I'm sure the people of Palestine will see the pictures through social media and it will give them a great boost that they won't have to fight their fight alone.

It will make f**k all difference to the oppressed people of Palestine.

This seems to be a vanity project for a 1 individual, hitching his cause to the GAA.

John, you are a misguided fool at best, and a dangerous f**ker at worst, I think you should be ashamed of yourself

Good luck today John in Clones in drawing attention to the plight of Palestine to 10s of 1000s and more watching it on TV. You certainly got this boy's attention and is he uncomfortable with it or what?! .

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GAA Discussion / Re: Carlow v Tyrone
« on: June 23, 2018, 08:04:30 PM »
Aye I suppose they have to hype up the games try whip up some interest.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Carlow v Tyrone
« on: June 23, 2018, 07:50:13 PM »
I read load of press about the big challenge this would be... that's hype

Did you? Maybe share some of it for the rest if us. All I heard was predictions of a comfortable Tyrone win. That's what I said in this thread before the game.

You're talking shite.

Petie Harte: "Carlow have shown they are good enough to beat anyone on their day" wtf!  Andy Watters Irish News.. "Carlow will give this Tyrone team a headache." ...mmm

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GAA Discussion / Re: Carlow v Tyrone
« on: June 23, 2018, 07:41:55 PM »
I read load of press about the big challenge this would be... that's hype

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GAA Discussion / Re: Carlow v Tyrone
« on: June 23, 2018, 07:23:28 PM »
Bit of perspective needed is Carlow they're playing... like the Brazil manager going crazy after  a goal against Costa Rica ffs! ::)

F*ck it, i’ve the hotel booked for the All Ireland final.

Have you watched Tyrone or Brazil recently?   :D

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GAA Discussion / Re: Carlow v Tyrone
« on: June 23, 2018, 07:19:38 PM »
Bit of perspective needed is Carlow they're playing... like the Brazil manager going crazy after  a goal against Costa Rica ffs! ::)

Tyrone brazil comparisons. That’s a new one.

Aye both had great teams and now believe they're contenders and overhype wins against the minnow teams now; while the top teams hammer them  Dublin-Germany

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GAA Discussion / Re: Carlow v Tyrone
« on: June 23, 2018, 06:07:24 PM »
Bit of perspective needed is Carlow they're playing... like the Brazil manager going crazy after  a goal against Costa Rica ffs! ::)

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GAA Discussion / Re: Concerned Gaels
« on: June 23, 2018, 05:08:04 PM »
While those who chose B are living in a fantasy land. Sport always has been and always will be political to some degree, but when it becomes as much or more about humanitarianism as bout politics, then people have a right, or a responsibility to speak up at every available opportunity. It was sporting boycotts (amongst other boycotts) which contributed hugely to the ending of apartheid in South Africa. Here is an opportunity to once again be on the right side of history, instead of hiding behind 'keep the politics out of it' bull.

No one is stopping you speaking out. No one is stopping you organizing a boycott of Israeli products or sporting events. Knock yourself out.

Well the Gardaí were confiscating Palestine flags in Navan, so....

Have you any evidence of that whatsoever?

Pretty sure there’s a video of the gardai taking the Palestine flag off the guy

He was asked to take it down as it was obstructing people trying to view the game. Was it subsequently held onto?

That’s the reason they gave. Regardless of wether it was held onto or not, it was confiscated

Well no, it's not irrelevant. Context is everything.

Context is there were  cones on the field and no players

Ah i see, you're only entitled to watch, having paid your money down from...? The anthem? The throw in?

I suppose if looking at comes is your thing ... have to be no more waving flags before games so.

You’re sinking big time here.

We'll see whose sinking in Clones  tomoro..... Palestine supporters or you blue shirts

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GAA Discussion / Re: Concerned Gaels
« on: June 23, 2018, 03:31:36 PM »
While those who chose B are living in a fantasy land. Sport always has been and always will be political to some degree, but when it becomes as much or more about humanitarianism as bout politics, then people have a right, or a responsibility to speak up at every available opportunity. It was sporting boycotts (amongst other boycotts) which contributed hugely to the ending of apartheid in South Africa. Here is an opportunity to once again be on the right side of history, instead of hiding behind 'keep the politics out of it' bull.

No one is stopping you speaking out. No one is stopping you organizing a boycott of Israeli products or sporting events. Knock yourself out.

Well the Gardaí were confiscating Palestine flags in Navan, so....

Have you any evidence of that whatsoever?

Pretty sure there’s a video of the gardai taking the Palestine flag off the guy

He was asked to take it down as it was obstructing people trying to view the game. Was it subsequently held onto?

That’s the reason they gave. Regardless of wether it was held onto or not, it was confiscated

Well no, it's not irrelevant. Context is everything.

Context is there were  cones on the field and no players

Ah i see, you're only entitled to watch, having paid your money down from...? The anthem? The throw in?

I suppose if looking at comes is your thing ... have to be no more waving flags before games so.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Concerned Gaels
« on: June 23, 2018, 02:54:11 PM »
While those who chose B are living in a fantasy land. Sport always has been and always will be political to some degree, but when it becomes as much or more about humanitarianism as bout politics, then people have a right, or a responsibility to speak up at every available opportunity. It was sporting boycotts (amongst other boycotts) which contributed hugely to the ending of apartheid in South Africa. Here is an opportunity to once again be on the right side of history, instead of hiding behind 'keep the politics out of it' bull.

No one is stopping you speaking out. No one is stopping you organizing a boycott of Israeli products or sporting events. Knock yourself out.

Well the Gardaí were confiscating Palestine flags in Navan, so....

Have you any evidence of that whatsoever?

Pretty sure there’s a video of the gardai taking the Palestine flag off the guy

He was asked to take it down as it was obstructing people trying to view the game. Was it subsequently held onto?

That’s the reason they gave. Regardless of wether it was held onto or not, it was confiscated

Well no, it's not irrelevant. Context is everything.

Context is there were  cones on the field and no players

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GAA Discussion / Re: Concerned Gaels
« on: June 23, 2018, 02:52:12 PM »
While those who chose B are living in a fantasy land. Sport always has been and always will be political to some degree, but when it becomes as much or more about humanitarianism as bout politics, then people have a right, or a responsibility to speak up at every available opportunity. It was sporting boycotts (amongst other boycotts) which contributed hugely to the ending of apartheid in South Africa. Here is an opportunity to once again be on the right side of history, instead of hiding behind 'keep the politics out of it' bull.

No one is stopping you speaking out. No one is stopping you organizing a boycott of Israeli products or sporting events. Knock yourself out.

Well the Gardaí were confiscating Palestine flags in Navan, so....

Have you any evidence of that whatsoever?

Pretty sure there’s a video of the gardai taking the Palestine flag off the guy

He was asked to take it down as it was obstructing people trying to view the game. Was it subsequently held onto?

 :D the game hadn't started

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General discussion / Re: Never saw this before......
« on: June 23, 2018, 11:02:18 AM »
Sure we bailed youse wasters out a few years ago

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GAA Discussion / Re: Concerned Gaels
« on: June 23, 2018, 09:46:23 AM »
Good man John, huge support for yourself and the Palestinian people in the North West. You are not 'claiming', by your actions, you 'are' supporting these people. You've the heart of a lion.
Some freestaters never cease to amaze me with their views on the North and northern folks solidarity for others.

It's the "we're all right fuc you Jack" mentality. Nothing new. Keep her lit John

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GAA Discussion / Re: Concerned Gaels
« on: June 23, 2018, 05:46:33 AM »
Great work John and best wishes for tomorrow at the Ulster final highlighting the plight of the Palestine people.

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