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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: March 26, 2019, 11:52:35 PM »
The forum's racist white supremacist in chief, Adolph, just keeps digging in!

What a complete humiliation for him!

Adolph's KKK hood will be soaked through tonight with all the froth coming out of his mouth!

Libel reported to moderators. Also reported duplicate aliases of Eamonnca1 / Sid Waddell.
No such a thing as libel in Ireland, mate

If that troll is reporting you, then you should do likewise.

Heís been banned previously from the board under his foxcommander ID.
He's obviously devoting his whole life purely to trolling this thread, because he's such a worthless, self-loathing turd who has nothing else to be doing.

The thread can't survive given his trolling and the total inaction of the mods to clean it up, so might as well troll back.

Although here's the thing - I'm not trolling at all - he's exactly what I've described, a vile, far right extremist fanatic, who would fit in perfectly on the Daily Stormer, who genuinely want another Holocaust.

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: March 26, 2019, 10:15:21 PM »
The forum's racist white supremacist in chief, Adolph, just keeps digging in!

What a complete humiliation for him!

Adolph's KKK hood will be soaked through tonight with all the froth coming out of his mouth!

Libel reported to moderators. Also reported duplicate aliases of Eamonnca1 / Sid Waddell.
No such a thing as libel in Ireland, mate

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: March 26, 2019, 08:53:37 PM »
Some amount of egg on the pasty faces of the white supremacists who to tried to lynch Smollett in the right-wing media!

Stand up Fox News and every other lying partisan right-wing media outlet, and the racist white supremacist Donald Trump!

It just goes to show that Republicans believe entirely in FAKE NEWS!

A complete and total exoneration for Smollett!

Now to track down and lock up the racist scum in the MAGA hats who perpetrated this hate crime on him!

Are you taking the piss, if you are not you are seriously mixed up
Eamonn/sid  is just on here to take the pss

I hope they help him away from GAA kids in Sf as he would be dangerous around impressionable minds!
Lynchmob/Adolph is SEETHING!

The racists are SEETHING!

You can't spell Jussie Smollett without INNOCENT!

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: March 26, 2019, 07:24:07 PM »
The forum's racist white supremacist in chief, Adolph, just keeps digging in!

What a complete humiliation for him!

Adolph's KKK hood will be soaked through tonight with all the froth coming out of his mouth!








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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: March 26, 2019, 06:41:16 PM »
Some amount of egg on the pasty faces of the white supremacists who to tried to lynch Smollett in the right-wing media!

Stand up Fox News and every other lying partisan right-wing media outlet, and the racist white supremacist Donald Trump!

It just goes to show that Republicans believe entirely in FAKE NEWS!

A complete and total exoneration for Smollett!

Now to track down and lock up the racist scum in the MAGA hats who perpetrated this hate crime on him!

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General discussion / Re: Cookstown Incident
« on: March 23, 2019, 12:25:30 PM »
Terrible thing to go through at that age. Whilst a powerful image IMO taking photos at funerals is very distasteful.

I remember being at a funeral of a young girl a few years ago where the Belfast Telegraph reporter took out her phone and recorded the priests homily, despite being told to get out they proceeded to photograph the coffin leaving the chapel.

Scumbags.
What a crowd of cnuts. Should have took her phone home in pieces.

They stood across the road from the chapel and done it. When people saw them, they werenít long in hunting them.

I remember seeing the same at Michaela McAreaveys funeral. They're vultures who will do anything to sell a paper.
I'm a bit puzzled by all this anger at journalists simply doing their job.

On the previous page of this thread there was a photo uploaded from one of the funerals.

How do you think these photographs get taken, other than by journalists and photographers?

Some people would be well advised to direct their anger in the direction of those who were responsible for the deeply unsafe environment in which these tragic deaths happened, or in a constructive way towards the health and safety authorities and the politicians who should now be pressured heavily to legislate so that such a disaster never happens again, rather than at journalists doing their job.

Some people really can't see the wood for the trees.

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General discussion / Re: Cookstown Incident
« on: March 21, 2019, 12:02:18 PM »

What special kind of idiot are you?
You should try looking in the mirror while reading that post back to yourself.

I'm somewhat surprised you have the ability to read.

I'd say a lot of things surprise you.

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General discussion / Re: Cookstown Incident
« on: March 21, 2019, 11:43:58 AM »

You've proven comprehensively on this thread that you don't deserve anything but disdain and ridicule through your attempts to place the blame for two separate disasters onto the innocent victims.

Bye now.

Victims?

The ticketless idiots who crowded the Leppings Lane End in Hillsborough weren't the ones who died in the disaster.

If anyone was pushing and shoving at the Cookstown venue, and we have yet to find out what exactly did happen, they weren't the ones who died in the ensuing crush.
Lies never, ever sleep.

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General discussion / Re: Cookstown Incident
« on: March 21, 2019, 11:36:05 AM »

What special kind of idiot are you?
You should try looking in the mirror while reading that post back to yourself.

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General discussion / Re: Cookstown Incident
« on: March 21, 2019, 11:34:31 AM »
While pub bore eejits like yourself are around, there will always be a market for lies, disinformation and propaganda.

Wow, what a compelling rebuttal.
You've proven comprehensively on this thread that you don't deserve anything but disdain and ridicule through your attempts to place the blame for two separate disasters onto the innocent victims.

Bye now.


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General discussion / Re: Cookstown Incident
« on: March 21, 2019, 11:30:52 AM »

I'm specifically advocating for personal responsibility to be upheld where it should be upheld - on the head of those who ran the venue.


It's hardly beyond possibility that responsibility for this or any other tragedy lies with more than one source.


I'm specifically advocating for personal responsibility to be upheld where it should be upheld - on the head of those who ran the venue.

You are specifically advocating shifting responsibility onto those who aren't responsible.

That's exactly what The Sun did in their coverage of Hillsborough.


The ticketless Liverpool fans who congregated at the gates of the Hillsborough terrace also contributed to that tragedy, although it's now almost illegal to suggest that.
While pub bore eejits like yourself are around, there will always be a market for lies, disinformation and propaganda.

A lie can travel around the world while the truth is still putting its shoes on, and all that.

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General discussion / Re: Cookstown Incident
« on: March 21, 2019, 11:22:09 AM »
Sun Hillsborough-esque nonsense - attempting to shift blame and disingenuously muddy the waters to protect those responsible.

Erm no. Did I not say the venue has a duty of care?

But gormless idiots like yourself are all too quick to absolve folks of their own personal responsibility and instead foist it onto others.

Trip over a flagstone in the pavement sticking out a few mm? Its not about looking where you are going - its about suing the council.  ::)
I'm specifically advocating for personal responsibility to be upheld where it should be upheld - on the head of those who ran the venue.

You are specifically advocating shifting responsibility onto those who aren't responsible.

That's exactly what The Sun did in their coverage of Hillsborough.

The irony of you calling somebody else a "gormless idiot" in such an unironic fashion is entirely lost on you.

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General discussion / Re: Cookstown Incident
« on: March 21, 2019, 11:02:33 AM »
Underage drinking has precisely nothing to do with what happened at the Greenvale Hotel.

It wouldn't have mattered whether the crowd had all been intoxicated Rangers hooligans over for a friendly match against an ex-LVF XI.

The same duty of care to put proper safety measures in place for whoever turns up at the door would apply.

Ach away of that.

Of course it had an effect.

Doesn't absolve the venue from their duty of care - but there is an extremely strong likelihood that if everyone in the queue were sober then the crush doesn't happen.
Sun Hillsborough-esque nonsense - attempting to shift blame and disingenuously muddy the waters to protect those responsible.

It's 100% the responsibility of a venue to ensure its patrons can queue in safety.

The venue 100% failed to do that.

The problem now is that the PSNI's bungling idiocy is going to elicit sympathy for a man who doesn't deserve it.




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General discussion / Re: Cookstown Incident
« on: March 20, 2019, 10:50:30 PM »
Underage drinking has precisely nothing to do with what happened at the Greenvale Hotel.

It wouldn't have mattered whether the crowd had all been intoxicated Rangers hooligans over for a friendly match against an ex-LVF XI.

The same duty of care to put proper safety measures in place for whoever turns up at the door would apply.


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General discussion / Re: Brexit.
« on: March 20, 2019, 05:23:30 PM »
Tusk just now

Extension provided the HoC votes for the Withdrawal agreement

Only if the deal is passed before next Friday. Which again make chances of a no deal increase, EU have effectively issued the House of Commons an ultimatum. Back May's deal next week or crash out. She has called a press conference at Downing Street for this evening. Perhaps she will offer to resign or call an election.
The Kyle/Wilson amendment is by far the most sensible way out of this.

Pailiament vote for the deal on the proviso that the deal has to pass a referendum in order to be implemented.

If it loses the referendum, the UK remains in the EU and Brexit, like Basil Fawlty's duck, is off.

It's far too sensible, which is why it has no chance.

No deal is perilously close now.
No deal would be suicidal for the Tories
If the Winter of discontent made Labour unelectable for 18 years No deal would be worth at least 36
You'd be amazed at how much of a self-perpetuating bubble reactionary right-wing ideology (read: "fascism") is.

A fascist can use literally anything to justify to themselves that they are right.

Look at the Christchurch massacre and the reaction to it by fascists.

A fascist will tell you tomorrow is Sunday. Never mind that tomorrow is actually Thursday, it's definitely, definitely, definitely Sunday.


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