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General discussion / Re: Northern Ireland The Centenary of OWC
« on: August 13, 2020, 02:26:19 PM »
It's going to be a wonderful inclusive celebration according to Bozo ;D

https://www.irishexaminer.com/news/arid-40031879.html

Deluded gobshite.

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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: August 11, 2020, 05:43:18 PM »
Think he's finished. Celtic wanted rid and this is perfect excuse. Rumour is he was in Spain to talk to reps of another club. He's been a disappointing signing.

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General discussion / Re: Northern Ireland The Centenary of OWC
« on: August 11, 2020, 03:09:29 PM »
I would never refer to the place I live as NI, why should we acknowledge a failed, sectarian statelet, purposely set up to discriminate and gerrymander with an inbuilt Unionist majority, a Protestant state for a Protestant people .... guess what, 2021 is expected to show a clear nationalist majority in the north.  Our unionist community can at least be assured that they will receive equality in a new Ireland, and be treated a hell of a lot better than they treated Catholics in the first 50 years of their unionist dream state. The first 100 years of this place will also be the last 100 ... I hope I live to see that day.

This.

The failed putrid statelet is in its death throes, English nationalism and Scottish independence will help put it out of its misery. Unionists will need to get over their Stockholm syndrome and realise the Brits don't give a flying fiddler's fcuk about them.

And will you except their traditions when there is a UI?

They and their traditions will be treated a hell of a lot better after reunification of our country than the native Irish people and their traditions were treated under the Stormont apartheid regime.

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General discussion / Re: Northern Ireland The Centenary of OWC
« on: August 11, 2020, 12:10:27 AM »
I would never refer to the place I live as NI, why should we acknowledge a failed, sectarian statelet, purposely set up to discriminate and gerrymander with an inbuilt Unionist majority, a Protestant state for a Protestant people .... guess what, 2021 is expected to show a clear nationalist majority in the north.  Our unionist community can at least be assured that they will receive equality in a new Ireland, and be treated a hell of a lot better than they treated Catholics in the first 50 years of their unionist dream state. The first 100 years of this place will also be the last 100 ... I hope I live to see that day.

This.

The failed putrid statelet is in its death throes, English nationalism and Scottish independence will help put it out of its misery. Unionists will need to get over their Stockholm syndrome and realise the Brits don't give a flying fiddler's fcuk about them.

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General discussion / Re: Live Aid Wembley and Philadelphia
« on: July 16, 2020, 11:11:20 PM »
Who decided Phil Collins did both gigs? Was he the biggest artist on both sides of the Atlantic or what?

I can't remember the exact story but I think there was a few who wanted to do it, but somehow he ended up being the only one who did it.

It probably wouldn't be possible now with Concorde out of service.

Dunno, I'd gladly put Phil Collins in a cannon on the Cliffs of Moher and attempt to fire him over the Atlantic, the annoying liitle p***k. Bono and Geldof can have a go too if they want

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Was Hess on an official peace mission to try and get the Brits to stand aside while Hitler invaded Russia?

His mission was to meet some high ranking earl in Scotland who'd expressed pro Nazi sentiments before the war. The true extent of pro Nazi views in royal family at time is still to come out. There is evidence to suggest Edward, the chinless wonder who abdicated, provided the Germans with info about French defences in the Ardennes region following a tour there in his role as army officer that led to Hitler completely changing his invasion plans for France in 1940. He also deserted after the Germans did invade, angering that old bastard Churchill so much that he wanted to have him shot for cowardice in face of enemy. Anthony Blunt, who was exposed as a Soviet spy in 70s/80s while keeper of the queen's art, was dispatched at end of war by royal family to scour German files for anything that would expose old Eddie boy's treachery, all this stuff was seized and given to the Saxe Coburg Gothas in Buck House, presumably to be destroyed. Would explain the kid glove treatment Blunt received after he was outed as spy, considering what secrets he knew. Also suggestions the king's other brother, who died in 'mysterious' wartime plane crash, had been up to his neck in pro Nazi treachery to collaborate with Hitler in event of successful invasion of Britain.

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Now the BLM has gained a bit of momentum in the UK and the pulling down of that slave trader statue in Bristol the establishment there are now having to look at their wrongdoings in the past and face up to them of sorts except Winston, he's an all round good guy and off bounds for critical analysis of his various misdeeds.

This is a great wee website tracing those involved in the slave trade and were paid off by the British taxpayer to stop their evil deeds.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/lbs/

Prentices in Newry and Armagh feature.............

Oh he'll get his historical comeuppance too. WWII is sacred in the UK, but that might not last forever. Peter Hitchens, hardly a pinko leftie, has written about how the UK went into WWII not to save the world (and certainly not to save the Jews, if anything they did nothing to stop the holocaust when they could have) but to preserve Britain's status as a great power. Germany was bemused when the Brits joined in. They were like "WTF has this got to do with you?" WWII was originally an eastward-looking conflict. Hitler wanted to conquer lands to his east in order to feed the German industrial machine. Knocking France out of action was a prerequisite for his main objective which was capturing Eastern Europe.

The Western campaign was a distraction for the Nazis, and it ended up costing Britain it's great power status rather than securing it. It took Suez to get it into their heads that they'd lost it, although I'm not sure if it ever fully sunk in.

Never understood sacredness of WWII to Brits. They sell it as great fight against fascism, which is ironic considering they behaved like utter fascists in their empire. Red Army won WWII in Europe, nine out of 10 Nazi troops killed in war died on eastern front. More people were killed under the British empire than killed by Hitler, Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot combined, with still plenty to spare. Don't forget who invented the concentration camp either. Bastards.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Joe Brolly
« on: June 08, 2020, 11:45:25 AM »
Does Brolly realise who the Q in QC is?

Iím sure he does given itís so prevalent in his profession... however he is not a QC!!

I beg to differ... He's a Quare Cnut.

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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: May 18, 2020, 04:55:03 PM »
The asterisk will denote the season was never finished. . . it wasn't. Yeah Celtic would have won anyway but they didn't so it should be noted.

Like the titles won by the liquidated Huns using EBTs and dodging taxes to their beloved Queen?

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General discussion / Re: European Leagues.
« on: May 16, 2020, 04:39:56 PM »
Couple of very good goals. Schalke keeper was very poor.

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General discussion / Re: European Leagues.
« on: May 16, 2020, 02:35:15 PM »
Can be a lot more entertaining than overrated, overhyped Premier League shite. Bundesliga 2 very enjoyable for end to end football. Just be really weird without a crowd, like watching Derry at Celtic Park.

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Honourable mention for all-round idiot Alex Easton, who the Irish News totally stitched up by printing a letter of his verbatim criticising Irish language funding that was so riddled with spelling and grammatical mistakes that it looked like the ramblings of two year old handling a biro for the first time. Not only filmed shopping online for shoes during health committee meeting up at Shitmont, but the tr**p went on post a photo of his staunch brown brogues full of holes in bid to defend his actions. Maybe he should have shopped online for a toupee, judging by the big hole you can see through that ridiculous combover of his.
Iíve searched Fridayís paper and canít find it. Any chance you could put it up here?

Letter was few months back (sorry for confusion). Shoe shopping just latest gaffe by gobshite. Could have also mentioned his character reference for UDA sc**bag Dee Stitt. When that was reported by Sunday Life he made complaint to press regulator, who basically told him to f**k off and wise up.

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Honourable mention for all-round idiot Alex Easton, who the Irish News totally stitched up by printing a letter of his verbatim criticising Irish language funding that was so riddled with spelling and grammatical mistakes that it looked like the ramblings of two year old handling a biro for the first time. Not only filmed shopping online for shoes during health committee meeting up at Shitmont, but the tr**p went on post a photo of his staunch brown brogues full of holes in bid to defend his actions. Maybe he should have shopped online for a toupee, judging by the big hole you can see through that ridiculous combover of his.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Joe Brolly
« on: May 05, 2020, 12:28:41 AM »
Jesus wept. I cant even argue with this. Good luck amigo i wish you well on your journey

Yep.Typical inbred response. Pathetic. This is what happens when jealousy eats you up...

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GAA Discussion / Re: Joe Brolly
« on: May 04, 2020, 11:11:54 PM »
Never once defended Joe but sure you read what you want. Youre not the brightest i can tell that straightaway.

What posts have you enjoyed, cant say ive noticed you much 😉😃

Jib, been here lot longer than you kid. Not bright by your standard. But then must not be much of a standard when you have to use wee funny faces. May I add how hurt I am you never noticed me much. Not.  ;D  That's a wee funny face, by the way.

And by the way. Read the title of the thread.

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