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Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« Reply #5475 on: March 07, 2019, 10:16:41 AM »
Yesterday Martin Millar (Belfast Millionaire) criticised the NI budget.

Are you that much or a bitter, narrow minded, self-loathing Irishman, that you feel the need to translate his name to English? Absolutely warped.

It's his f**king name!
Care to address the point?

You don't get to decide what his "f**king name" is. You display the same characteristics of the worst vestiges of old school unionism - a supremicist attitude (to the point of feeling entitled to tell someone they are wrong about their own name), and a level of deeply rooted bitterness and intolerance and just sheer pettiness that you feel compelled to translate someone's Irish name into English before using it. You have placed yourself firmly in the same category as Nelson, Gregory and Jim. Well done.

You display all the characteristics of a stalker mate.
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« Reply #5476 on: March 07, 2019, 10:29:23 AM »
Yesterday Martin Millar (Belfast Millionaire) criticised the NI budget.

Are you that much or a bitter, narrow minded, self-loathing Irishman, that you feel the need to translate his name to English? Absolutely warped.

It's his f**king name!
Care to address the point?

You don't get to decide what his "f**king name" is. You display the same characteristics of the worst vestiges of old school unionism - a supremicist attitude (to the point of feeling entitled to tell someone they are wrong about their own name), and a level of deeply rooted bitterness and intolerance and just sheer pettiness that you feel compelled to translate someone's Irish name into English before using it. You have placed yourself firmly in the same category as Nelson, Gregory and Jim. Well done.

You display all the characteristics of a stalker mate.
A quick glance at my post history shows that this week I have replied to you only twice (both in this thread) and before that haven't engaged with you whatsoever since October. Stalker? Really?

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Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« Reply #5477 on: March 07, 2019, 10:48:53 AM »
Yesterday Martin Millar (Belfast Millionaire) criticised the NI budget.

Are you that much or a bitter, narrow minded, self-loathing Irishman, that you feel the need to translate his name to English? Absolutely warped.

It's his f**king name!
Care to address the point?

You don't get to decide what his "f**king name" is. You display the same characteristics of the worst vestiges of old school unionism - a supremicist attitude (to the point of feeling entitled to tell someone they are wrong about their own name), and a level of deeply rooted bitterness and intolerance and just sheer pettiness that you feel compelled to translate someone's Irish name into English before using it. You have placed yourself firmly in the same category as Nelson, Gregory and Jim. Well done.

You display all the characteristics of a stalker mate.
A quick glance at my post history shows that this week I have replied to you only twice (both in this thread) and before that haven't engaged with you whatsoever since October. Stalker? Really?

Ok - you're a stalker who likes to take a wee holidays.
You need to relax. You're getting all worked up over what name someone calls a millionaire on the internet.

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Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« Reply #5478 on: March 07, 2019, 10:58:45 AM »
Yesterday Martin Millar (Belfast Millionaire) criticised the NI budget.

Are you that much or a bitter, narrow minded, self-loathing Irishman, that you feel the need to translate his name to English? Absolutely warped.

It's his f**king name!
Care to address the point?

You don't get to decide what his "f**king name" is. You display the same characteristics of the worst vestiges of old school unionism - a supremicist attitude (to the point of feeling entitled to tell someone they are wrong about their own name), and a level of deeply rooted bitterness and intolerance and just sheer pettiness that you feel compelled to translate someone's Irish name into English before using it. You have placed yourself firmly in the same category as Nelson, Gregory and Jim. Well done.

You display all the characteristics of a stalker mate.
A quick glance at my post history shows that this week I have replied to you only twice (both in this thread) and before that haven't engaged with you whatsoever since October. Stalker? Really?

Ok - you're a stalker who likes to take a wee holidays.
You need to relax. You're getting all worked up over what name someone calls a millionaire on the internet.
No, I just despise bigotry. And by translating an Irish name into English before using it, you have aligned yourself with the small minded pettiness of the Gregory Campbells and Nelson McCauslands of this world. You have made it clear that you are a little intolerant bigot, and bigotry should always be challenged.

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« Reply #5479 on: March 07, 2019, 11:21:23 AM »
Yesterday Martin Millar (Belfast Millionaire) criticised the NI budget.

Are you that much or a bitter, narrow minded, self-loathing Irishman, that you feel the need to translate his name to English? Absolutely warped.

It's his f**king name!
Care to address the point?

You don't get to decide what his "f**king name" is. You display the same characteristics of the worst vestiges of old school unionism - a supremicist attitude (to the point of feeling entitled to tell someone they are wrong about their own name), and a level of deeply rooted bitterness and intolerance and just sheer pettiness that you feel compelled to translate someone's Irish name into English before using it. You have placed yourself firmly in the same category as Nelson, Gregory and Jim. Well done.

You display all the characteristics of a stalker mate.
A quick glance at my post history shows that this week I have replied to you only twice (both in this thread) and before that haven't engaged with you whatsoever since October. Stalker? Really?

Ok - you're a stalker who likes to take a wee holidays.
You need to relax. You're getting all worked up over what name someone calls a millionaire on the internet.
No, I just despise bigotry. And by translating an Irish name into English before using it, you have aligned yourself with the small minded pettiness of the Gregory Campbells and Nelson McCauslands of this world. You have made it clear that you are a little intolerant bigot, and bigotry should always be challenged.

In your opinion.

You still never addressed the initial point.

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« Reply #5480 on: March 07, 2019, 09:56:16 PM »
Is he the only millionaire in local politics?

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« Reply #5481 on: March 07, 2019, 10:29:55 PM »
Lads and lassies don't give trailer attention.  A gobshite of the highest order. And when yous quote the gonch it means my ignore function doesn't work!!

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« Reply #5482 on: March 08, 2019, 11:03:42 AM »
Anyone see where they edited Eastwood’s speech. Cut off the end of it.
Fairly stupid.

It was like something UKIP or the Leave campaign would have done.

Yesterday Martin Millar (Belfast Millionaire) criticised the NI budget. Remember when he has responsibility for setting a budget he failed to do so. He also voted to hand back welfare reform to the Tory gov.
But Sinn Féin insisted it was a "punishing austerity budget" imposed by the Conservative government with the support of the DUP.
Finance spokesperson Máirtín Ó Muilleoir said: "It exposes as sanctimonious, the claim by Theresa May in October of last year that 'austerity is over'."
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-47402949

You've just put yourself in the same bracket as Gregory Campbell.

And we all know the credence which people lend to his opinions.

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« Reply #5483 on: March 08, 2019, 11:15:41 AM »
Anyone see where they edited Eastwood’s speech. Cut off the end of it.
Fairly stupid.

It was like something UKIP or the Leave campaign would have done.

Yesterday Martin Millar (Belfast Millionaire) criticised the NI budget. Remember when he has responsibility for setting a budget he failed to do so. He also voted to hand back welfare reform to the Tory gov.
But Sinn Féin insisted it was a "punishing austerity budget" imposed by the Conservative government with the support of the DUP.
Finance spokesperson Máirtín Ó Muilleoir said: "It exposes as sanctimonious, the claim by Theresa May in October of last year that 'austerity is over'."
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-47402949

You've just put yourself in the same bracket as Gregory Campbell.

And we all know the credence which people lend to his opinions.

Ok so I am Gregory Campbell or whatever, but what about SF editing Eastwood's speech? Was that petty? What bracket does that put SF in?

SF voters




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Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« Reply #5484 on: March 08, 2019, 01:45:34 PM »
Anyone see where they edited Eastwood’s speech. Cut off the end of it.
Fairly stupid.

It was like something UKIP or the Leave campaign would have done.

Yesterday Martin Millar (Belfast Millionaire) criticised the NI budget. Remember when he has responsibility for setting a budget he failed to do so. He also voted to hand back welfare reform to the Tory gov.
But Sinn Féin insisted it was a "punishing austerity budget" imposed by the Conservative government with the support of the DUP.
Finance spokesperson Máirtín Ó Muilleoir said: "It exposes as sanctimonious, the claim by Theresa May in October of last year that 'austerity is over'."
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-47402949

You've just put yourself in the same bracket as Gregory Campbell.

And we all know the credence which people lend to his opinions.

Ok so I am Gregory Campbell or whatever, but what about SF editing Eastwood's speech? Was that petty? What bracket does that put SF in?

SF voters



SOUND THE WHATABOUTERY KLAXON!!!

The Eastwood cut was also petty by the way. Doesn't justify what you did.

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« Reply #5485 on: March 08, 2019, 01:55:52 PM »
Anyone see where they edited Eastwood’s speech. Cut off the end of it.
Fairly stupid.

It was like something UKIP or the Leave campaign would have done.

Yesterday Martin Millar (Belfast Millionaire) criticised the NI budget. Remember when he has responsibility for setting a budget he failed to do so. He also voted to hand back welfare reform to the Tory gov.
But Sinn Féin insisted it was a "punishing austerity budget" imposed by the Conservative government with the support of the DUP.
Finance spokesperson Máirtín Ó Muilleoir said: "It exposes as sanctimonious, the claim by Theresa May in October of last year that 'austerity is over'."
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-47402949

You've just put yourself in the same bracket as Gregory Campbell.

And we all know the credence which people lend to his opinions.

Ok so I am Gregory Campbell or whatever, but what about SF editing Eastwood's speech? Was that petty? What bracket does that put SF in?

SF voters



SOUND THE WHATABOUTERY KLAXON!!!

The Eastwood cut was also petty by the way. Doesn't justify what you did.

OK so SF are now in the same bracket as Gregory Campbell and Nelson McCausland? I can hardly keep up with who is which bracket. Who is petty and who's not. Madness altogether.




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« Reply #5486 on: March 08, 2019, 02:04:00 PM »
Anyone see where they edited Eastwood’s speech. Cut off the end of it.
Fairly stupid.

It was like something UKIP or the Leave campaign would have done.

Yesterday Martin Millar (Belfast Millionaire) criticised the NI budget. Remember when he has responsibility for setting a budget he failed to do so. He also voted to hand back welfare reform to the Tory gov.
But Sinn Féin insisted it was a "punishing austerity budget" imposed by the Conservative government with the support of the DUP.
Finance spokesperson Máirtín Ó Muilleoir said: "It exposes as sanctimonious, the claim by Theresa May in October of last year that 'austerity is over'."
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-47402949

You've just put yourself in the same bracket as Gregory Campbell.

And we all know the credence which people lend to his opinions.

Ok so I am Gregory Campbell or whatever, but what about SF editing Eastwood's speech? Was that petty? What bracket does that put SF in?

SF voters



SOUND THE WHATABOUTERY KLAXON!!!

The Eastwood cut was also petty by the way. Doesn't justify what you did.

OK so SF are now in the same bracket as Gregory Campbell and Nelson McCausland? I can hardly keep up with who is which bracket. Who is petty and who's not. Madness altogether.




They were when they put out that ridiculous video. The point still stands that you referred to Máirtín Ó Muilleoir as Martin Millar. A common tactic employed by certain bigoted unionist politicians.

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Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« Reply #5487 on: March 08, 2019, 02:52:35 PM »
Anyone see where they edited Eastwood’s speech. Cut off the end of it.
Fairly stupid.

It was like something UKIP or the Leave campaign would have done.

Yesterday Martin Millar (Belfast Millionaire) criticised the NI budget. Remember when he has responsibility for setting a budget he failed to do so. He also voted to hand back welfare reform to the Tory gov.
But Sinn Féin insisted it was a "punishing austerity budget" imposed by the Conservative government with the support of the DUP.
Finance spokesperson Máirtín Ó Muilleoir said: "It exposes as sanctimonious, the claim by Theresa May in October of last year that 'austerity is over'."
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-47402949

You've just put yourself in the same bracket as Gregory Campbell.

And we all know the credence which people lend to his opinions.

Ok so I am Gregory Campbell or whatever, but what about SF editing Eastwood's speech? Was that petty? What bracket does that put SF in?

SF voters



When you put yourself on a par with that bigoted fool (and seem to happily admit it) you are not here to have any sort of meaningful discussion, you are here to wind people up.  Hence, you don't deserve to be engaged with.

But on this occasion, I'll make an exception as you seem to be getting very worked up about this video.

The answer is yes.  It was most definitely petty.  It puts SF in the petty bracket.

Happy now?

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« Reply #5488 on: March 13, 2019, 09:27:25 PM »

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« Reply #5489 on: March 13, 2019, 09:57:59 PM »
f**k, you're one boring arsehole