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jamiemartin721 Flag Reading 20 May 15 4.09pm

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Great from both sides.

How could it not be?

The people of NI deserve a chance at proper peace (and an end to dissident republicanism and loyalist criminality).

Just the loyalists are 'criminal' then?


"Criminal" as in the loyalist "cause" now is basically thuggery.

DRs still pose a threat to peace through terrorism.

But the nice IRA are not thugs?


Eh??? What??? Hilarious comment, utterly hilarious!! Is that what i said!! Buffoonary!!! Read a newspaper every now and again Sir!

Ill explain it to you nice and simply.

Loyalist groups, in the main, are no longer engaged in terrorism... they are largely driven by self-interest, maintaining control of their communities through fear, extortion and drugs. Crime and thuggery. They use the peace process as a vehicle to make money.

Dissident Republicans are still engaged in terrorism and the planning of terrorist attacks. Do they enagage in criminal activity... of course. Are they nice people? Not in my eyes. Do they represent the biggest threat to the peace process? Probably.

Indeed, the UVF and LVF have largely been involved in terrorism largely directed within and against the loyalist community.

The UDA haven't been much better.

Turns out, the loyalist terror group and the provos are s**ts.


 


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jamiemartin721 Flag Reading 20 May 15 4.18pm

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Quote derben at 20 May 2015 7.48am

Quote Lombardos barber at 20 May 2015 7.30am

Great from both sides.

How could it not be?

The people of NI deserve a chance at proper peace (and an end to dissident republicanism and loyalist criminality).

Just the loyalists are 'criminal' then?


"Criminal" as in the loyalist "cause" now is basically thuggery.

DRs still pose a threat to peace through terrorism.

But the nice IRA are not thugs?


Eh??? What??? Hilarious comment, utterly hilarious!! Is that what i said!! Buffoonary!!! Read a newspaper every now and again Sir!

Ill explain it to you nice and simply.

Loyalist groups, in the main, are no longer engaged in terrorism... they are largely driven by self-interest, maintaining control of their communities through fear, extortion and drugs. Crime and thuggery. They use the peace process as a vehicle to make money.

Dissident Republicans are still engaged in terrorism and the planning of terrorist attacks. Do they enagage in criminal activity... of course. Are they nice people? Not in my eyes. Do they represent the biggest threat to the peace process? Probably.

Good, we agree then. Perhaps you might consider applying the use of adjectives like 'criminal' and 'thugs' to both sides when discussing them. The left has always kind of implied that the Loyalists criminals and thugs were somehow worse than the Republican criminals and thugs.

The UFF certainly wasn't too fussy about murdering people, only 4% of their victims were actually members of republican paramilitary groups. Its hard to look even remotely legitimate when you've murdered 209 people for being catholic, and 37 people for being loyalist dissenters.

I wouldnt' say anyone comes off looking good out of the Troubles, not the British, not the Loyalists or the Republican paramilitary groups and certainly not the 'Community Action groups' of either side.


 


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Everyone was murdering innocent people during the troubles, the IRA, the UVF, the army, the police. Collusion was committed by the Irish police and some politicians too. Everyone was at it. Thankfully it's over.

Gerry Adams is only doing this for the Irish 2016 election, he has to prove to the Irish public that he can be statesman like.

 


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derben Flag 20 May 15 10.05pm

Quote corkery at 20 May 2015 9.59pm

Everyone was murdering innocent people during the troubles, the IRA, the UVF, the army, the police. Collusion was committed by the Irish police and some politicians too. Everyone was at it. Thankfully it's over.

Gerry Adams is only doing this for the Irish 2016 election, he has to prove to the Irish public that he can be statesman like.


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Quote Kermit8 at 20 May 2015 11.58am

Quote derben at 20 May 2015 10.43am

Quote Lombardos barber at 20 May 2015 10.39am

Quote derben at 20 May 2015 10.11am

Quote Lombardos barber at 20 May 2015 9.40am

Quote derben at 20 May 2015 7.48am

Quote Lombardos barber at 20 May 2015 7.30am

Great from both sides.

How could it not be?

The people of NI deserve a chance at proper peace (and an end to dissident republicanism and loyalist criminality).

Just the loyalists are 'criminal' then?


"Criminal" as in the loyalist "cause" now is basically thuggery.

DRs still pose a threat to peace through terrorism.

But the nice IRA are not thugs?


Eh??? What??? Hilarious comment, utterly hilarious!! Is that what i said!! Buffoonary!!! Read a newspaper every now and again Sir!

Ill explain it to you nice and simply.

Loyalist groups, in the main, are no longer engaged in terrorism... they are largely driven by self-interest, maintaining control of their communities through fear, extortion and drugs. Crime and thuggery. They use the peace process as a vehicle to make money.

Dissident Republicans are still engaged in terrorism and the planning of terrorist attacks. Do they enagage in criminal activity... of course. Are they nice people? Not in my eyes. Do they represent the biggest threat to the peace process? Probably.

Good, we agree then. Perhaps you might consider applying the use of adjectives like 'criminal' and 'thugs' to both sides when discussing them. The left has always kind of implied that the Loyalists criminals and thugs were somehow worse than the Republican criminals and thugs.


They were far worse just before and at the beginning of the troubles - Attacking the civil rights movement, Bombay Street, etc - but it evened itself out over time via the IRA. The Paras also indulged with The Springhill Massacre and Bloody Sunday and one or two other incidents as did, obviously, the INLA, UDA, UFF, Shankill Butchers. No innocent parties in this conflict and those who think one side is more heroic than the other are just sentimental fools.

What isn't in doubt by is that thuggery and criminality aside - the IRA were an incredibly tough, intelligent and highly capable group of terrorists as has been recognised by those who had to take them on.

Nothing to be proud of but they were, unfortunately, effective.

Heard one of their bombs go off in East Dulwich. Stays with me to this day the sound of it.

Are You for real? A leading UVF man Billy Wright had them running down south like a bunch of cowards!! you sir seem to be biggin them up!? they were s***E there attempts at taking out john major was a shambles! and lot of ex uvf men were ex army soldiers, so I think they were more intelligent than the ra! you seem to be a man of Scottish republicanism background.


 


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Quote corkery at 20 May 2015 9.59pm

Everyone was murdering innocent people during the troubles, the IRA, the UVF, the army, the police. Collusion was committed by the Irish police and some politicians too. Everyone was at it. Thankfully it's over.

Gerry Adams is only doing this for the Irish 2016 election, he has to prove to the Irish public that he can be statesman like.


The man is c***, always has been, always will be. The fact that Charles had to shake hands and smile at a man who in all probability had a hand in killing his uncle is a f***ing Joke.

Adams should have been dispatched with a long time ago.

 


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jamiemartin721 Flag Reading 21 May 15 1.13pm

Not actually his uncle, Mountbatten was Queen Elizabeth's second cousin.

 


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derben Flag 21 May 15 1.20pm

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Not actually his uncle, Mountbatten was Queen Elizabeth's second cousin.

Wasn't Mountbatten Prince Philip's uncle, that would make him the great-uncle of Charles.

 

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jamiemartin721 Flag Reading 21 May 15 2.39pm

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Not actually his uncle, Mountbatten was Queen Elizabeth's second cousin.

Wasn't Mountbatten Prince Philip's uncle, that would make him the great-uncle of Charles.

Good call, he is indeed uncle to Prince Phillip, and so also the Great Uncle of Charles, as well as his wifes second cousin once removed. Small world these royals move in.

 


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Quote jamiemartin721 at 21 May 2015 1.13pm

Not actually his uncle, Mountbatten was Queen Elizabeth's second cousin.

Wasn't Mountbatten Prince Philip's uncle, that would make him the great-uncle of Charles.

Good call, he is indeed uncle to Prince Phillip, and so also the Great Uncle of Charles, as well as his wifes second cousin once removed. Small world these royals move in.


You mean inbred?

 


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jamiemartin721 Flag Reading 21 May 15 3.57pm

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Quote jamiemartin721 at 21 May 2015 1.13pm

Not actually his uncle, Mountbatten was Queen Elizabeth's second cousin.

Wasn't Mountbatten Prince Philip's uncle, that would make him the great-uncle of Charles.

Good call, he is indeed uncle to Prince Phillip, and so also the Great Uncle of Charles, as well as his wifes second cousin once removed. Small world these royals move in.


You mean inbred?

Pretty much, I was being polite, incase the queen reads the HoL


 


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In bred or not if I was in Charles position I'd have went to shake his hand, then given him two fingers and butted the lying pr1ck.

hateful human being I don't think that about anyone else on this planet, but this guy is a pure terrorist who decided to hang up his semtex, becuase the British Forces where close to bringing the f***inglot of em down, so he decides to come to the negotiating table, and that f***in idiot Major let him.

 


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