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For those that don't know we have an IME school in the heart of Shantallow , second oldest in North 1983 .

They have no canteen ,just huts , no permanent classrooms, no play hall. SF are a big reason for this.

You've had SDLP MPs for how many years? If your tea got cold you'd blame SF you absolute bore.

I wish you could see the absolute bitterness, silliness and sheer snobbery emanating from your posts in the last day. When a succession of people are trying to all tell you the same thing about your mentality....well... they can't all be wrong.

It has nothing to do with MPs.

sF decided to split away from the first school to form another because they couldn't get full control of the first , then unbelievably approved a third when everyone knew it wasn't sustainable. We now have the very sad situation where the numbers in the 3 combined are no bigger than when we had 1 and because each don't meet the numbers threshold they can't get major capital. I know this case inside out . . Sinn fein caused this by 2, blunders,they approved the third school to spite the dup who had previously not approved it on black and White Sustainability data. Political fundamentalism caused the first split. They wanted a school where they controlled board and political ethos - they wanted mini Shinners indoctrinated via school.

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: June 17, 2021, 10:56:28 PM »
Tell me this, why are all the wanes being asked by their teachers to wear red in to school tomorrow to support the ILA, if such meaningless thing? Is that some sort of SF plot? Obviously means alot to some people heavily involved in the language.

I never said it was meaningless, relatively toothless.
Anyhow wains need to wear 2 red jumpers each as they are all  freezing in fecking huts 40 years on. That's my point.
I don't believe it's relatively toothless. Surely it would make availing of funding for renovation of said huts and canteen a lot easier? No?

I don't think it has any connection to capital building or infrastructure

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: June 17, 2021, 10:43:43 PM »
For those that don't know we have an IME school in the heart of Shantallow , second oldest in North 1983 .

They have no canteen ,just huts , no permanent classrooms, no play hall. SF are a big reason for this.

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: June 17, 2021, 10:34:32 PM »
Tell me this, why are all the wanes being asked by their teachers to wear red in to school tomorrow to support the ILA, if such meaningless thing? Is that some sort of SF plot? Obviously means alot to some people heavily involved in the language.

I never said it was meaningless, relatively toothless.
Anyhow wains need to wear 2 red jumpers each as they are all  freezing in fecking huts 40 years on. That's my point.

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: June 17, 2021, 10:23:44 PM »
Fear is probably one of those Gaeilge snobs who ridicules people who aren’t fluent or mispronounce.

No I'm a dying breed. Someone who had zero Irish, learnt it, speak it, send all my wains to IME. Stood in the pishing rain and snow in the 80s collecting for the language when nobody have 2 shites bar a few concerned parents and academics. SF were nowhere to be seen them bar ridiculing prionais o Mianáin and trying to wreck all around them .

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: June 17, 2021, 10:19:22 PM »
Don’t see the big deal with the Brits stepping in. It highlights further proof if needed how unworkable Stormont is. Ghandi could be in government with the DUP and it would be no different. The reality is, a party of reactionary fanatics are incapable of governing this dysfunctional little entity. Who’d have thunk it. Hilarious the obsessed stoops on here are raging. ILA is and always was an afterthought for your party - something you were more than willing to compromise on.

Im no stoop anyhow but I can tell you this as someone who has immersed himself in the language that SF have no interest in the language except as a means to whip others politically, and for your knowledge SDLP have always been broadly on the same line as SF on te language-they have better speakers of it anyhow lol

So all the Sinn Fein people I see on TV who have learned Irish (and all the hours that went with it) just did it for a bit of spite? Jaysus thats great to know, I better go and vote for some backward right wing anti abortion religious fundamentalist gobshite instead

Give us a few examples there of fluent speakers in SF- aim for 20, big party after all

Akin to arguing SF had no place campaigning for equal marriage as not enough of their members are gay.


Nail. On. The. Head.

Ridiculous take from Fear. Are you Jim Allister in disguise?

You don't choose to be gay

You do choose not to learn your native tongue

The irony of you béarlóirí not able to respond in Irish. Embarrassing. Live it . Do it . Don't spin it
That's a shocking attitude from you there lad in fairness, and I'm someone who have my kids at an Irish school, and Im also trying to immerse myself in the language as best I can. All I can say is I'm glad I didn't come across anyone with that attitude, I know it's a fear for some. You are responding in English having a pop at boys not being able to respond to you in Irish??? All in some way to shoe horn a dig at the shinners in??It's absolutely pathetic.


Fair play to you. You don't fall into the category.
Gone ask your local Shinner there in Ballyarnett what she has done for bunscoil Cholmcille if you see her. Still no canteen , what is it since 1983

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: June 17, 2021, 09:49:13 PM »
Don’t see the big deal with the Brits stepping in. It highlights further proof if needed how unworkable Stormont is. Ghandi could be in government with the DUP and it would be no different. The reality is, a party of reactionary fanatics are incapable of governing this dysfunctional little entity. Who’d have thunk it. Hilarious the obsessed stoops on here are raging. ILA is and always was an afterthought for your party - something you were more than willing to compromise on.

Im no stoop anyhow but I can tell you this as someone who has immersed himself in the language that SF have no interest in the language except as a means to whip others politically, and for your knowledge SDLP have always been broadly on the same line as SF on te language-they have better speakers of it anyhow lol

So all the Sinn Fein people I see on TV who have learned Irish (and all the hours that went with it) just did it for a bit of spite? Jaysus thats great to know, I better go and vote for some backward right wing anti abortion religious fundamentalist gobshite instead

Give us a few examples there of fluent speakers in SF- aim for 20, big party after all

Akin to arguing SF had no place campaigning for equal marriage as not enough of their members are gay.


Nail. On. The. Head.

Ridiculous take from Fear. Are you Jim Allister in disguise?

You don't choose to be gay

You do choose not to learn your native tongue

The irony of you béarlóirí not able to respond in Irish. Embarrassing. Live it . Do it . Don't spin it

Nothing to do with people not choosing to be gay. The basis of your argument is that SF shouldn't be trying to legislate for the Irish language because you don't believe enough of them speak Irish. The argument of a simpleton which is absolutely no different to saying "Sinn Féin don't care about equal marriage! Sure can anyone even name 20 of them that are gay?"

You are so utterly blinded by bitterness that you don't see how ridiculous you come across.

Simpleton. Im tired handing you your arse on a plate on here last couple of years. Whats that make you? if you care about the language ACT! Isnt that the moto?

The ONLY WAY AND I MEAN ONLY WAY to keep a language alive is by speaking it not pushing through pretty toothless laws that mean more to them in votes than anything else.

SF have spent years and I mean years wrecking the IME system here in Derry City

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General discussion / Re: 💩 DUP C*ntwatch - Civil War
« on: June 17, 2021, 09:42:50 PM »
Radio Ulster reckoned once Givan is in he cant be removed unless him or MON resign.

SF come out of this with a big smile. If Givan stays they can keep things going for a while citing Covid or some such, and let the DUP tear itself apart. If Givan resigns then you have an election in which SF will become First Minister and the breakdown was not their fault!

I'd say Arlene and ELP will have a glass of Chardonnay tonight, or two.
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I think she will enjoy it-but only for a little while, unionism would be more important to her than ego, and this isnt good for the former

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: June 17, 2021, 09:34:04 PM »
Don’t see the big deal with the Brits stepping in. It highlights further proof if needed how unworkable Stormont is. Ghandi could be in government with the DUP and it would be no different. The reality is, a party of reactionary fanatics are incapable of governing this dysfunctional little entity. Who’d have thunk it. Hilarious the obsessed stoops on here are raging. ILA is and always was an afterthought for your party - something you were more than willing to compromise on.

Im no stoop anyhow but I can tell you this as someone who has immersed himself in the language that SF have no interest in the language except as a means to whip others politically, and for your knowledge SDLP have always been broadly on the same line as SF on te language-they have better speakers of it anyhow lol

So all the Sinn Fein people I see on TV who have learned Irish (and all the hours that went with it) just did it for a bit of spite? Jaysus thats great to know, I better go and vote for some backward right wing anti abortion religious fundamentalist gobshite instead

Give us a few examples there of fluent speakers in SF- aim for 20, big party after all

Shall I add language snob to your list of horrible attributes? Pretty pathetic stuff even from you.

What's a language snob. Are you saying I'm a snob for having the audacity to speak my native tongue
And what are these other horrible attributes you speak of. Usually you that fires the personal slurs .

It's someone that looks down their nose at people who don't speak a language fluently. You asked for names of 20 fluent irish speakers in SF. Snob.

And? PLease dont pretend that most shinners dont give 2 flying fecks about the language or else they would be fluent. PLease dont insult us all. Its a political football to most(not all) of them. A lot dont even send their wains to IME

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: June 17, 2021, 07:26:15 PM »
Don’t see the big deal with the Brits stepping in. It highlights further proof if needed how unworkable Stormont is. Ghandi could be in government with the DUP and it would be no different. The reality is, a party of reactionary fanatics are incapable of governing this dysfunctional little entity. Who’d have thunk it. Hilarious the obsessed stoops on here are raging. ILA is and always was an afterthought for your party - something you were more than willing to compromise on.

Im no stoop anyhow but I can tell you this as someone who has immersed himself in the language that SF have no interest in the language except as a means to whip others politically, and for your knowledge SDLP have always been broadly on the same line as SF on te language-they have better speakers of it anyhow lol

So all the Sinn Fein people I see on TV who have learned Irish (and all the hours that went with it) just did it for a bit of spite? Jaysus thats great to know, I better go and vote for some backward right wing anti abortion religious fundamentalist gobshite instead

Give us a few examples there of fluent speakers in SF- aim for 20, big party after all

Shall I add language snob to your list of horrible attributes? Pretty pathetic stuff even from you.

What's a language snob. Are you saying I'm a snob for having the audacity to speak my native tongue
And what are these other horrible attributes you speak of. Usually you that fires the personal slurs .

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: June 17, 2021, 07:23:11 PM »
Don’t see the big deal with the Brits stepping in. It highlights further proof if needed how unworkable Stormont is. Ghandi could be in government with the DUP and it would be no different. The reality is, a party of reactionary fanatics are incapable of governing this dysfunctional little entity. Who’d have thunk it. Hilarious the obsessed stoops on here are raging. ILA is and always was an afterthought for your party - something you were more than willing to compromise on.

Im no stoop anyhow but I can tell you this as someone who has immersed himself in the language that SF have no interest in the language except as a means to whip others politically, and for your knowledge SDLP have always been broadly on the same line as SF on te language-they have better speakers of it anyhow lol

So all the Sinn Fein people I see on TV who have learned Irish (and all the hours that went with it) just did it for a bit of spite? Jaysus thats great to know, I better go and vote for some backward right wing anti abortion religious fundamentalist gobshite instead

Give us a few examples there of fluent speakers in SF- aim for 20, big party after all

Akin to arguing SF had no place campaigning for equal marriage as not enough of their members are gay.


Nail. On. The. Head.

Ridiculous take from Fear. Are you Jim Allister in disguise?

You don't choose to be gay

You do choose not to learn your native tongue

The irony of you béarlóirí not able to respond in Irish. Embarrassing. Live it . Do it . Don't spin it

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: June 17, 2021, 04:29:28 PM »
Don’t see the big deal with the Brits stepping in. It highlights further proof if needed how unworkable Stormont is. Ghandi could be in government with the DUP and it would be no different. The reality is, a party of reactionary fanatics are incapable of governing this dysfunctional little entity. Who’d have thunk it. Hilarious the obsessed stoops on here are raging. ILA is and always was an afterthought for your party - something you were more than willing to compromise on.

Im no stoop anyhow but I can tell you this as someone who has immersed himself in the language that SF have no interest in the language except as a means to whip others politically, and for your knowledge SDLP have always been broadly on the same line as SF on te language-they have better speakers of it anyhow lol

So all the Sinn Fein people I see on TV who have learned Irish (and all the hours that went with it) just did it for a bit of spite? Jaysus thats great to know, I better go and vote for some backward right wing anti abortion religious fundamentalist gobshite instead

Give us a few examples there of fluent speakers in SF- aim for 20, big party after all

Next level shit  ;D ;D

The burn at SF making further tangible progress for the rights of Irish speakers in Ireland

Last time i checked the act had nothing to do with your right to learn the language, we all have free access to that and have had since the 1950s. "oh i wish i could have learnt the language"

Bullshit you were too busy watching Man Utd

 ;D ;D ;D

Oh go on then... Uppa Red Devils and errrm the Ra too n Celtic n Gerry n Bucky n fegs n flegs.

Pure scunnered you are  :-[

Not sure what you are saying but sounds good anyhow.

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: June 17, 2021, 03:58:00 PM »
Sinn Fein will get shafted by the Tories on this …can’t believe they are going to trust them on it and nominate a DFM
Will they? I’d say it’ll be similar to the abortion and gay marriage issue in that the Brits stepping in allows both sides to save face.

Do you trust the Tories to keep their word?

SF looking to the UK parliament, a parliament that they don't take their seats in and that they don't recognise its authority to pass Irish Language act is next level hypocrisy.

Anyway I am glad that Stormont hasn't fallen and everyone can get on with the important work of governing this place.

It might be Ironic but I dont see how it is hypocrisy unless you think the idea of them even being in stormont is hypocrisy.

SF constantly tell us that WM doesn't matter. It's irrelevant. That other Nationalists are seeming less Irish for taking their seats. And now all of a sudden they are happy for a Parliament that they don't recognise or take their seats in to make laws for the North. That is pure hypocrisy.

The SDLP are constantly telling us that you need to take your seats in Westminster to have any influence. Yet SF have done "from the sidelines" what the SDLP have not been able to do form the green benches.

So:
Language Act deal achieved
DUP weakened
Abstentionist policy vindicated (again)
SDLP widely exposed as cynical opportunists

Not a bad few days work from those big bad shinners.

Apart from attempting to facilitate DUP intransigence on the Irish language, what else have the SDLP been doing these last few days?

Colm's still working on stopping Brexit, I think.

Apparently him and Martina Anderson. Shes bringing the bin lids
Who? The Aontu crowd? ;D

Lol, fastest growing party in Ireland ill have you know  ;)

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: June 17, 2021, 03:38:01 PM »
Don’t see the big deal with the Brits stepping in. It highlights further proof if needed how unworkable Stormont is. Ghandi could be in government with the DUP and it would be no different. The reality is, a party of reactionary fanatics are incapable of governing this dysfunctional little entity. Who’d have thunk it. Hilarious the obsessed stoops on here are raging. ILA is and always was an afterthought for your party - something you were more than willing to compromise on.

Im no stoop anyhow but I can tell you this as someone who has immersed himself in the language that SF have no interest in the language except as a means to whip others politically, and for your knowledge SDLP have always been broadly on the same line as SF on te language-they have better speakers of it anyhow lol

So all the Sinn Fein people I see on TV who have learned Irish (and all the hours that went with it) just did it for a bit of spite? Jaysus thats great to know, I better go and vote for some backward right wing anti abortion religious fundamentalist gobshite instead

Give us a few examples there of fluent speakers in SF- aim for 20, big party after all

Next level shit  ;D ;D

The burn at SF making further tangible progress for the rights of Irish speakers in Ireland

Last time i checked the act had nothing to do with your right to learn the language, we all have free access to that and have had since the 1950s. "oh i wish i could have learnt the language"

Bullshit you were too busy watching Man Utd

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General discussion / Re: Sinn Fein? They have gone away, you know.
« on: June 17, 2021, 03:24:12 PM »
Don’t see the big deal with the Brits stepping in. It highlights further proof if needed how unworkable Stormont is. Ghandi could be in government with the DUP and it would be no different. The reality is, a party of reactionary fanatics are incapable of governing this dysfunctional little entity. Who’d have thunk it. Hilarious the obsessed stoops on here are raging. ILA is and always was an afterthought for your party - something you were more than willing to compromise on.

Im no stoop anyhow but I can tell you this as someone who has immersed himself in the language that SF have no interest in the language except as a means to whip others politically, and for your knowledge SDLP have always been broadly on the same line as SF on te language-they have better speakers of it anyhow lol

So all the Sinn Fein people I see on TV who have learned Irish (and all the hours that went with it) just did it for a bit of spite? Jaysus thats great to know, I better go and vote for some backward right wing anti abortion religious fundamentalist gobshite instead

Give us a few examples there of fluent speakers in SF- aim for 20, big party after all

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