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I'm just wondering how many of the great defenders of human rights here would willingly be seen entering a gay bar or club for example?

I have no problem going into gay bars. In fact, since I don't go to church anymore it's the only place where I meet Priests.

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Christians busy consulting Bible for next basic human right to oppose

After the first night of legal Gay marriage ceremonies in England and Wales, Christians are today desperately leafing through the Bible to identify another basic human right to rail against.

Followers of the faith who have long opposed the right of homosexual couples to commit themselves to a life of petty bickering and sex-withholding, now find themselves with little to do, concerned that the devil himself finds work for idle hands.

Sheila Mount, a Catholic from Shropshire, was adamant she would waste little time in filling the vacuum by finding new ways to persecute the remainder of Gods orphans.

I mean, two people, in love, getting married the thought turns my stomach, she told us.

I have spent the last 20 years trying to find something in the Bible that categorically states God is firmly against Gay marriage and turned up nothing concrete.

All I could ever find was that Jesus was once kissed by a man called Judas but look what happened to him afterwards?

To now have to start all over looking for something new to spout hatred about, well its just so time-consuming.

That said, Deuteronomy 22:9 is pretty clear on what God thinks of farming, so Ive spent the morning protesting farmers who insist on planting two different crops next to each other.

The disgusting animals.

Gay rights campaigner, Peter Tatchell, was happy to offer Christians some guidance in helping them isolate the next section of society to treat like market traders in the Temple.

Its clear that the Bible is being abused as a kind of Yellow Pages for people too thick to find a worthy axe to grind.

So why not do a reprint in gaudy yellow pages, with an index of noble causes yet to be persecuted?

Im sure itd be a nice little money spinner.

http://newsthump.com/2014/03/30/christians-busy-consulting-bible-for-next-basic-human-right-to-oppose/

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How can organisations poles apart with disastrous consequences for decades,now co operating,be anything but good news?

Because both organisations are full of cnuts........

Hard to argue with that........

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: January 23, 2015, 09:36:42 PM »
Sinn Fein have long ago realised that it doesn't matter what U turns they do, or no matter how much money they steal from us taxpayers, the sheep will follow them blindly to the election booths and keep them in power. Nothing they do surprises me and many others anymore. Sadly too many others havn't copped onto them yet.

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GAA Discussion / Conor Gormley retires
« on: January 01, 2015, 01:20:14 PM »
Conor Gormley has become the latest Tyrone legend to bow out of inter-county football having confirmed his retirement to manager Mickey Harte.

Gormley was part of Tyrone's first All-Ireland winning side of 2003 and won further titles in '05 and '08.

He follows Stephen and O'Neill and Martin Penrose in bowing out after the attacking duo made their intentions known to quit in November.

Gormley, 34, carved out a career as a no-nonsense defender and was regularly Harte's go-to guy in terms of man-marking jobs on the opposition's blue chip forwards.

He will probably be best remembered for what was effectively a match-winning block on Armagh's Stephen McDonnell in the 2003 All-Ireland final.

http://www.irishmirror.ie/sport/gaa/gaelic-football/gaelic-football-news/conor-gormley-retires-tyrone-inter-county-4902771

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General discussion / Re: The Palestine thread
« on: December 31, 2014, 05:42:32 PM »
Palestine to join International Criminal Court

Decision could clear way for filing of war crimes case but may trigger harsh Israeli response

http://www.irishtimes.com/news/world/middle-east/palestine-to-join-international-criminal-court-1.2052077

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: December 23, 2014, 08:13:25 PM »
Tax breaks for the rich businesses from the pockets of the poor and a blind eye turned to our real issues.  But hey the gravy train will keep on rolling and the MLA noses will be further entrenched deep in ripping us taxpayers off.

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General discussion / Re: Taliban massacre children in Pakistani school
« on: December 18, 2014, 12:19:05 AM »
Horrific attack all right but they aren't the only ones murdering children on a grand scale.

Bill Clinton imposed sanctions on Iraq that led to the deaths of 500, 000 people, the majority of them children and he gets a red carpet welcome practically everywhere he goes.

 Bush and Blair have the blood of a million on their hands, and Israel mass murders children for fun without hardly a whisper from the west.

Maybe I'm being a little naive but to me the difference here is that these b**tards carried out this atrocity on purpose whereas Clinton, etc were trying to make things better whether they made major mistakes or not.

There is really no in between here. Children were killed in 2 different circumstances.

Yesterday in horrific circumstances, and via the US and the UK, a long slow death.

If you think Clinton was trying to make things better then you are way of the mark.

The deaths of 500,000 due to his sanctions is not a major mistake. It's genocide. There's a big difference

Madeleine Albright in an interview with 60 minutes said "the deaths of 500,000 Iraqi children was worth it"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4PgpbQfxgo

How outraged would we be if a Taliban fighter apperared on TV and said the deaths of those children was worth it?

If you get a chance, read this article by John Pilger who witnessed the slow deaths of children in Iraq due to brutal sanctions imposed by the US and the UK via a corrupt UN Security Council.

http://www.theguardian.com/theguardian/2000/mar/04/weekend7.weekend9

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General discussion / Re: Taliban massacre children in Pakistani school
« on: December 17, 2014, 08:58:12 AM »
Obama didn't wait long to attack as Dronea Strikes killed 11 this morning

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General discussion / Re: Taliban massacre children in Pakistani school
« on: December 17, 2014, 05:25:14 AM »
I wish that people could simply acknowledge this atrocity for what it is and not politicize it.

GHD you are all right but ffs there is a time and a place, a right thread and a wrong thread to push your anti American agenda, this thread should have been left alone imho.

For a man so concerned about the Palestinians you never even mentioned the loss of the lives these children, I would imagine it was because you were simply too keen to get to the yank bashing!!!
Stew it's failed politics that played a part in this massacre. 
There is global outrage at this attack yet during the summer when 500 children were killed in Gaza the same people stayed silent. Today 50, 000 children are living in shelter and are refused any building materials by Israel,  with thefull support of the West.
Sadly we live in a world where the media play a major role in telling us where and when we should be outraged.  All children and adults fof that matter should have a right to go to school without fear and be treated equally.  Sadly we don't live in that kind of world as history has proved that depending on who is killed and by whom the outrage is always different. This attack and the attacks on the schools in Gaza during the summer is a prime example.

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General discussion / Re: Taliban massacre children in Pakistani school
« on: December 16, 2014, 08:38:29 PM »
http://tribune.com.pk/story/229844/the-day-69-children-died/

evil scum. Poor children. Dixie, you are beyond contempt.

Is there any difference between a US Drone strike that killed 69 children or this attack today?

You are do blind its scary.

When a us drone kills 69 and you post up here about it, do you temper that by reminding us that the Taliban also killed 130 children? Answer= no you don't. Now take your yank bashing to another thread you sad git.
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Truth is hard to handle sometimes for you Itchy.

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General discussion / Re: Taliban massacre children in Pakistani school
« on: December 16, 2014, 08:14:08 PM »
http://tribune.com.pk/story/229844/the-day-69-children-died/

evil scum. Poor children. Dixie, you are beyond contempt.
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Is there any difference between a US Drone strike that killed 69 children or this attack today? 
 

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General discussion / Re: Taliban massacre children in Pakistani school
« on: December 16, 2014, 02:05:08 PM »
Horrific attack all right but they aren't the only ones murdering children on a grand scale.

Bill Clinton imposed sanctions on Iraq that led to the deaths of 500, 000 people, the majority of them children and he gets a red carpet welcome practically everywhere he goes.

 Bush and Blair have the blood of a million on their hands, and Israel mass murders children for fun without hardly a whisper from the west.

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General discussion / Re: Rory McIlroy
« on: December 15, 2014, 01:33:45 PM »
Thisw is a good video of Colin McRae driving the Jordan F1 car at Silverstone, and Martin Brundle driving Mcrae's WRC Subaru

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PL6QySEfK0Q

On topic, the SPOTY awards has turned into an X Factor type show. McIlroy was miles ahead of Hamilton, but it was
down to Hamiltons recent success that clinched it. Good entertainment for a couple of hours on a Sunday night.

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General discussion / Re: Pictures of pitches at my work
« on: October 19, 2014, 12:20:39 PM »
Cut it out lads.
Mods involved now. Who grassed on us?
You have to be careful of those mods,they are always hiding in the long grass ready to pounce.

Don't forget about the mod behind the grassy knoll

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