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theticklemister

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Re: Removal of Gaza flag in Croke Park!
« Reply #255 on: June 04, 2018, 09:55:18 AM »
Is the flying of the Palestine flag at gaa matches more of a northern thing?

Plenty on show today in Omagh. Didn't see any at the rest of the games.

The Nationalists in the North express their solidarity with a oppressed minority in Palestine.

The Unionists, predictibly enough, express their solidarity with the Israeli occupiers.

Personally, I dont know if inside the ground is the right venue for such demonstrations.

Didn't have an opinion either way until I heard who the boys that brought the flags were. The closest most of them would come to solidarity with the Palestinian people is when they eat their daily Doner kebab bought with a DLA cheque. Most of them couldn't pick out Palestine on a map if they tried.
The above post absolutely reeks of class snobbery/a serious superiority complex.

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Re: Removal of Gaza flag in Croke Park!
« Reply #256 on: June 04, 2018, 10:06:07 AM »
Is the flying of the Palestine flag at gaa matches more of a northern thing?

Plenty on show today in Omagh. Didn't see any at the rest of the games.

The Nationalists in the North express their solidarity with a oppressed minority in Palestine.

The Unionists, predictibly enough, express their solidarity with the Israeli occupiers.

Personally, I dont know if inside the ground is the right venue for such demonstrations.

So by southerners not flying the Palestine flag, they don't care about the Palestinians plight, nor their fellow countrymen's?

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Re: Removal of Gaza flag in Croke Park!
« Reply #257 on: June 04, 2018, 10:47:55 AM »
Is the flying of the Palestine flag at gaa matches more of a northern thing?

Plenty on show today in Omagh. Didn't see any at the rest of the games.

The Nationalists in the North express their solidarity with a oppressed minority in Palestine.

The Unionists, predictibly enough, express their solidarity with the Israeli occupiers.

Personally, I dont know if inside the ground is the right venue for such demonstrations.

So by southerners not flying the Palestine flag, they don't care about the Palestinians plight, nor their fellow countrymen's?

Who said that?

The flying of the Palestinian flag is almost exclusively a Northern thing

No one is stopping any other supporters from flying it

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Re: Removal of Gaza flag in Croke Park!
« Reply #258 on: June 04, 2018, 12:01:43 PM »
Is the flying of the Palestine flag at gaa matches more of a northern thing?

Plenty on show today in Omagh. Didn't see any at the rest of the games.

The Nationalists in the North express their solidarity with a oppressed minority in Palestine.

The Unionists, predictibly enough, express their solidarity with the Israeli occupiers.

Personally, I dont know if inside the ground is the right venue for such demonstrations.

Didn't have an opinion either way until I heard who the boys that brought the flags were. The closest most of them would come to solidarity with the Palestinian people is when they eat their daily Doner kebab bought with a DLA cheque. Most of them couldn't pick out Palestine on a map if they tried.
Pathetic post

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Re: Removal of Gaza flag in Croke Park!
« Reply #259 on: June 04, 2018, 04:40:20 PM »
Is the flying of the Palestine flag at gaa matches more of a northern thing?

Plenty on show today in Omagh. Didn't see any at the rest of the games.

The Nationalists in the North express their solidarity with a oppressed minority in Palestine.

The Unionists, predictibly enough, express their solidarity with the Israeli occupiers.

Personally, I dont know if inside the ground is the right venue for such demonstrations.

So by southerners not flying the Palestine flag, they don't care about the Palestinians plight, nor their fellow countrymen's?

Who said that?

The flying of the Palestinian flag is almost exclusively a Northern thing

No one is stopping any other supporters from flying it

Nobody. I was asking it.

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Re: Removal of Gaza flag in Croke Park!
« Reply #260 on: June 04, 2018, 09:22:10 PM »
Is the flying of the Palestine flag at gaa matches more of a northern thing?

Plenty on show today in Omagh. Didn't see any at the rest of the games.

The Nationalists in the North express their solidarity with a oppressed minority in Palestine.

The Unionists, predictibly enough, express their solidarity with the Israeli occupiers.

Personally, I dont know if inside the ground is the right venue for such demonstrations.

Didn't have an opinion either way until I heard who the boys that brought the flags were. The closest most of them would come to solidarity with the Palestinian people is when they eat their daily Doner kebab bought with a DLA cheque. Most of them couldn't pick out Palestine on a map if they tried.

What takes these Trillick men to a Fermanagh game?

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Re: Removal of Gaza flag in Croke Park!
« Reply #261 on: June 04, 2018, 09:54:11 PM »
Is the flying of the Palestine flag at gaa matches more of a northern thing?

Plenty on show today in Omagh. Didn't see any at the rest of the games.

The Nationalists in the North express their solidarity with a oppressed minority in Palestine.

The Unionists, predictibly enough, express their solidarity with the Israeli occupiers.

Personally, I dont know if inside the ground is the right venue for such demonstrations.

Didn't have an opinion either way until I heard who the boys that brought the flags were. The closest most of them would come to solidarity with the Palestinian people is when they eat their daily Doner kebab bought with a DLA cheque. Most of them couldn't pick out Palestine on a map if they tried.
Pathetic post

We'll have to get Trillick man to vet who is worthy to carry a Palestine flag in future.

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Re: Removal of Gaza flag in Croke Park!
« Reply #262 on: June 04, 2018, 10:02:54 PM »
Is the flying of the Palestine flag at gaa matches more of a northern thing?

Plenty on show today in Omagh. Didn't see any at the rest of the games.

The Nationalists in the North express their solidarity with a oppressed minority in Palestine.

The Unionists, predictibly enough, express their solidarity with the Israeli occupiers.

Personally, I dont know if inside the ground is the right venue for such demonstrations.

Didn't have an opinion either way until I heard who the boys that brought the flags were. The closest most of them would come to solidarity with the Palestinian people is when they eat their daily Doner kebab bought with a DLA cheque. Most of them couldn't pick out Palestine on a map if they tried.

What takes these Trillick men to a Fermanagh game?
Possibly to watch their relatives/to see how a captain leads his side to victory/eoin v mattie???