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General discussion / Re: The SDLP
« on: April 10, 2021, 11:21:55 AM »
Yeah tbh neither nationalist party, in my view, is anywhere near capable of delivering it. Still a pipe dream. It is less of a pipe dream because of brexit and the dup - not the actions of sf or the sdlp.

100%

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General discussion / Re: The SDLP
« on: April 10, 2021, 10:53:44 AM »
Tit for tat politics. That’ll certainly bring us into a UI, pathetic stuff from all sides involved in this. When there are times that taking the morally right position we shoot ourselves in the foot, and so it rages on.

This place is depressing, Whats even more depressing is reading social media comments. Forget about a UI with our current parties in government. Never going to happen

Nail on the head, whattsapp would make you ill. Scrape the surface stuff. Grown men making up and sending memes, the loyalist riots sending boys into frenzied teenage sectarian banter

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General discussion / Re: The SDLP
« on: April 09, 2021, 10:26:04 PM »
9 months of nolan pointing out breaches at the Greeks funeral coming up. 5 live every weekend. Can't wait.

Phil the Greek didn't live here and doesn't make our laws ,


Ah ok. This not part of the United Kingdom then. Wtf have we been fighting for all these years. I don't agree with Sf actions at the Storey funeral but the level of hypocrisy is staggering.

I don't think a funeral in England should be of any interest to a people ruled by devolved govt, they are on a different pathway to recovery from us in England and it should be of little  interest to us here what they do at their funerals .


Very true. But nolan the champion of outrage at the Storey funeral has a show on 5 live as you know. I'm interested to see will he have the same level of outrage should there be covid regulations breaches at phillys funeral.

Canny see it for many reasons

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General discussion / Re: The SDLP
« on: April 09, 2021, 09:43:37 PM »
9 months of nolan pointing out breaches at the Greeks funeral coming up. 5 live every weekend. Can't wait.

Phil the Greek didn't live here and doesn't make our laws ,


Ah ok. This not part of the United Kingdom then. Wtf have we been fighting for all these years. I don't agree with Sf actions at the Storey funeral but the level of hypocrisy is staggering.

I don't think a funeral in England should be of any interest to a people ruled by devolved govt, they are on a different pathway to recovery from us in England and it should be of little  interest to us here what they do at their funerals .

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General discussion / Re: The SDLP
« on: April 09, 2021, 09:31:03 PM »
9 months of nolan pointing out breaches at the Greeks funeral coming up. 5 live every weekend. Can't wait.

Phil the Greek didn't live here and doesn't make our laws ,

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General discussion / Re: The SDLP
« on: April 09, 2021, 01:55:32 PM »
If anyone thinks there was breaches at the Hume funeral then they are welcome to make a compliant to the PSNI. The fact that nobody has indicates that they don't believe there has been any breaches.
Furthermore, being within two meters of someone is not breaking the law. If it is please show me this in the Coronavirus regulations.
In that case, can you then point out what laws SF broke at the Bobby storey funeral?

The party orchestrated a well oiled mass gathering with leadership and entourage in tow, pissed over everyone, its past debate. Every member here in Derry got asked to attend, wee Andy(where do you begin, i really have to houl my tongue with him) co-ordinated it in Derry. By whattsapp, text and email
Which laws were broken though?
As trailer claims, being within two metres of someone isn’t breaking the law. So this “mass gathering” wouldn’t stand up in court for that reason, and as we know no one was charged.
So it would be great if he could point out and give evidence as to which laws were broken by SF.

The people know. We all know. Morally corrupt party
Tell me then.
Same story with the stoops, exist only for the purpose of SF mudslinging but when challenged to give evidence they run for the hills.

sigh big massive sigh, gone into the rules at the time yourself, i'm pretty sure 2 metre rule was broken(or 1 metre outside home or whatever it was),  there was well over 30 in chapel, no masks, group photos, speeches at Milltown, shaking hands, cortege blah blah blah. SF organised the whole shebang, wile odd how all these SF members  from all over Ireland just managed to show up in the exact same gear and position themselves like soldiers in organised fashion along the route . I'm not an SDLP voter, but they weren't calling the shots here at that time and aren't now, they should have kept quiet on the funeral as I said already the electorate know the craic and are not stupid to the rights and wrongs of all of this.
Dont be coming back with some shite technicality either-it don't count in this case, and im not biting on it

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General discussion / Re: The SDLP
« on: April 09, 2021, 01:31:44 PM »
If anyone thinks there was breaches at the Hume funeral then they are welcome to make a compliant to the PSNI. The fact that nobody has indicates that they don't believe there has been any breaches.
Furthermore, being within two meters of someone is not breaking the law. If it is please show me this in the Coronavirus regulations.
In that case, can you then point out what laws SF broke at the Bobby storey funeral?

The party orchestrated a well oiled mass gathering with leadership and entourage in tow, pissed over everyone, its past debate. Every member here in Derry got asked to attend, wee Andy(where do you begin, i really have to houl my tongue with him) co-ordinated it in Derry. By whattsapp, text and email
Which laws were broken though?
As trailer claims, being within two metres of someone isn’t breaking the law. So this “mass gathering” wouldn’t stand up in court for that reason, and as we know no one was charged.
So it would be great if he could point out and give evidence as to which laws were broken by SF.

The people know. We all know. Morally corrupt party

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General discussion / Re: 💩 DUP C*ntwatch - Fleg Lives Matter
« on: April 09, 2021, 01:29:00 PM »
Where would the "integrated schools" be situated?
Especially in well segregated bigger towns, Belfast, Derry etc?
Would people be happy sending their 4 year olds into a "themmuns" area?

Very few do it at primary in Derry, but Foyle College(secondary) now has about 30% catholics at it. Oak Grove mixed.  id say you could count on your hand how many protestants go to the CCMS school, maybe a handful at Lumen.

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General discussion / Re: The SDLP
« on: April 09, 2021, 01:24:14 PM »
If anyone thinks there was breaches at the Hume funeral then they are welcome to make a compliant to the PSNI. The fact that nobody has indicates that they don't believe there has been any breaches.
Furthermore, being within two meters of someone is not breaking the law. If it is please show me this in the Coronavirus regulations.
In that case, can you then point out what laws SF broke at the Bobby storey funeral?

The party orchestrated a well oiled mass gathering with leadership and entourage in tow, pissed over everyone, its past debate. Every member here in Derry got asked to attend, wee Andy(where do you begin, i really have to houl my tongue with him) co-ordinated it in Derry. By whattsapp, text and email

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General discussion / Re: The SDLP
« on: April 09, 2021, 01:20:11 PM »
Embarrassing stuff from Mallon in Stormont today. Not a hint of awareness of their own little contribution to the events that are happening now.

Which was?

Calling the Assembly together over the refusal to accept the Bobby Storey verdict. They jumped into the bed with the DUP and unionists to ratchet up tensions because they could score some political points over a funeral that happened 9 months ago.

Hold on, the events at Storeys funeral should have and where looked at, they were wrong on so many levels. The results came back from that report and the DUP were outraged, which is fair enough considering the rule breaking that went on. Storey having that send off while we had limited numbers at my dads sticks in my throat.

The issues of the protocol and sea border are just other issues that have been stoked up to send these halions out onto the streets.

If the SDLP stepped out of line regarding a funeral, SF would have reacted with same comments.

You’re no different to sticking the boot into political parties than Sid.

100% SF were wrong at the Storey funeral, but the SDLP calling this out whilst ignoring the breaches at Humes funeral and that of the Garda funeral illustrates their only current policy which is to attack SF at every opportunity. This is every bit as hypocritical as SF and the Storey Funeral.

Wile big difference between the Hume and Storey funerals, night and day, what were the breaches at the Hume one, genuine question.
Maintaining social distance of 2m for a start. Martin and Eastwood pictures talking in to each others ears. I'm not having a go. I would have the same view as apples. The Storey funeral was completely wrong but other parties jumping on North and South was complete hypocrisy.

I did see a photo on here of that or somewhere(think wearing masks), agreed against the rules but on a massively different scale, they would have been best to say nowt because the public already know that both parties took completely different approaches.

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General discussion / Re: Prince Phillip has croaked
« on: April 09, 2021, 01:03:12 PM »
I’d imagine then that the DUP will be yapping when he doesn’t get a coronavirus compliant funeral? Of course they won’t. Only when it’s SF.

Boris will be quick to relax any restrictions left before then.

Wetherspoons will be happy.

sure they houl onto them for months overthere

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General discussion / Re: The SDLP
« on: April 09, 2021, 12:48:19 PM »
Embarrassing stuff from Mallon in Stormont today. Not a hint of awareness of their own little contribution to the events that are happening now.

Which was?

Calling the Assembly together over the refusal to accept the Bobby Storey verdict. They jumped into the bed with the DUP and unionists to ratchet up tensions because they could score some political points over a funeral that happened 9 months ago.

Hold on, the events at Storeys funeral should have and where looked at, they were wrong on so many levels. The results came back from that report and the DUP were outraged, which is fair enough considering the rule breaking that went on. Storey having that send off while we had limited numbers at my dads sticks in my throat.

The issues of the protocol and sea border are just other issues that have been stoked up to send these halions out onto the streets.

If the SDLP stepped out of line regarding a funeral, SF would have reacted with same comments.

You’re no different to sticking the boot into political parties than Sid.

100% SF were wrong at the Storey funeral, but the SDLP calling this out whilst ignoring the breaches at Humes funeral and that of the Garda funeral illustrates their only current policy which is to attack SF at every opportunity. This is every bit as hypocritical as SF and the Storey Funeral.

Wile big difference between the Hume and Storey funerals, night and day, what were the breaches at the Hume one, genuine question.

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General discussion / Re: 💩 DUP C*ntwatch - Fleg Lives Matter
« on: April 09, 2021, 11:42:16 AM »
The whole thing doesn't work. We broadly don't get on. The divide will rear its head over and over and over and over until one side is either reduced to a tiny minority, or leaves or gives up.

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General discussion / Re: 💩 DUP C*ntwatch - Fleg Lives Matter
« on: April 08, 2021, 11:27:52 AM »
I havent heard of one plastic bullet fired yet. My last serious riots were in 96 and 97, jesus they were pingin them at us in the 1000s, scared the feck out of me tbh, seen a lad with his face ripped from ear to mouth, held onto my PB all night, couldnt get anywhere near them at one stage they were firing them at our heads close range in Bogside and from roofs above us. Dermot McShane RIP died on third night. 




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All of them are rushed?

I know that's why I used comparatively and it never had the efficacy percentages from get go either when you look at others . I choose not to get it, I'm not an anti vaxxer, not mad but I think if you phoned me tomorrow and offered Pfizer I'd probably take it

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