Aengus O Snodaigh should resign, and hang his head in shame

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Antoin I believe that you are being deliberately contrarian; the majority of the Republican Movement supports the Palestinians so you have decided to take up the Zionist cause to be agin them.
 
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I'm still trying to work out what Aengus Ó Snodaigh is supposed to be ashamed about. Maybe you could actually write OPs, instead of just posting some stream of consciousness copy and pastes. I don't say this to insult you, but only as a request from one of your readers.
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He should be ashamed of the timing of his claims that Irish soldiers are demoralized by the Irish Government, as well as his inability to condemn the Islamic Terror Attack in Russia.

Have you ever heard a member of Sinn Féin, the Socialist Party, the Socialist Workers Party or Éirígí condemn Palestinian Terrorism?

I think Jews and people with Jewish relatives who support any organisation affiliated to any of these people need their heads examined. I don't fit that category.

I find it personally insulting that a Palestinian Flag was flown over South Dublin Council Offices by Sinn Féin, the Socialist Workers Party, with the support of a Swedish Nationalist, who wasn't elected to raise a Palestinian Flag, and I think the timing of John Lyons comments speaks volumes for the Cult that is Anti-Israel.
 

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He should be ashamed of the timing of his claims that Irish soldiers are demoralized by the Irish Government, as well as his inability to condemn the Islamic Terror Attack in Russia.

Have you ever heard a member of Sinn Féin, the Socialist Party, the Socialist Workers Party or Éirígí condemn Palestinian Terrorism?

I think Jews and people with Jewish relatives who support any organisation affiliated to any of these people need their heads examined. I don't fit that category.

I find it personally insulting that a Palestinian Flag was flown over South Dublin Council Offices by Sinn Féin, the Socialist Workers Party, with the support of a Swedish Nationalist, who wasn't elected to raise a Palestinian Flag, and I think the timing of John Lyons comments speaks volumes for the Cult that is Anti-Israel.

A chara, it's clear that Sword of St. Catherine is correct - you are just anti-Palestinian because people you hate are for them. If the Provies and the Trots started loving Israel - you would suddenly love Palestine.
 
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A chara, it's clear that Sword of St. Catherine is correct - you are just anti-Palestinian because people you hate are for them. If the Provies and the Trots started loving Israel - you would suddenly love Palestine.
There's probably an element of truth in that, but no, that is not my reason for taking up an 'imaginary cause', which is how I perceive their support of a non-existent community. I'm not anti-Palestinian, in the way that Sinn Féin, the Socialist Party, the Socialist Workers Party and Éirígí are anti-Israel.

I don't have the energy to hate them any more Tadhg.
 

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Jews to America, makes Jews safe and surrounded by friends. The Palestinians have their land back and all that welfare that currently goes into the Tel Aviv terror-state's warchest gets invested in life-affirming infrastructure instead. Sounds like a win-win suggestion to me.
Is it true that they'd initially looked at South America as a place for Israel to be set up? I remember hearing that years ago anyway.
 

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Is it true that they'd initially looked at South America as a place for Israel to be set up? I remember hearing that years ago anyway.

Possibly. Cromwell toyed with the idea of turning Ireland into a New Zion for the Jews - once he had exterminated all the Irish. There was also a British plan to set up a Jewish homeland in Kenya in the 19th century - but the English settlers who were already there objected.
 

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There's probably an element of truth in that, but no, that is not my reason for taking up an 'imaginary cause', which is how I perceive their support of a non-existent community. I'm not anti-Palestinian, in the way that Sinn Féin, the Socialist Party, the Socialist Workers Party and Éirígí are anti-Israel.

I don't have the energy to hate them any more Tadhg.

If you're not anti-Palestinian, then why do you object to the Palestinian flag being flown on Dublin City Council buildings? Every other type of flag is flown there - even rainbow homosexualist flags.
 

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Possibly. Cromwell toyed with the idea of turning Ireland into a New Zion for the Jews - once he had exterminated all the Irish. There was also a British plan to set up a Jewish homeland in Kenya in the 19th century - but the English settlers who were already there objected.
I'm digging around a bit here, and it's hard to tell. There is a conspiracy theory called the Andinia Plan which supposedly was about South America.

It is funny though how much effort has been made over time to find the Jews somewhere to go, whether it be for their benefit, or the benefit if those wanting to get rid of them.
 
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If you're not anti-Palestinian, then why do you object to the Palestinian flag being flown on Dublin City Council buildings? Every other type of flag is flown there - even rainbow homosexualist flags.
Why did Sinn Féin and Éirígí hold a protest against an Israeli Football team playing a Football match at Tallaght stadium, when an Israeli Flag was burned? I hadn't seen that type of behavior at any League of Ireland Fixture for 30 years, and most of the protesters were members of GAA Clubs based around South Clondalkin, Lucan and Tallaght.
 

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Why did Sinn Féin and Éirígí hold a protest against an Israeli Football team playing a Football match at Tallaght stadium, when an Israeli Flag was burned? I hadn't seen that type of behavior at any League of Ireland Fixture for 30 years, and most of the protesters were members of GAA Clubs based around South Clondalkin, Lucan and Tallaght.

Yes, but why do you object to the Palestinian flag being flown on council buildings? Sinn Féin and Éirígí behaviour is an entirely separate issue.
 
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Antoin I believe that you are being deliberately contrarian; the majority of the Republican Movement supports the Palestinians so you have decided to take up the Zionist cause to be agin them.
The *elected representative* of the Irish Palestinian Solidarity Committee on my Council wasn't elected by anybody, and was nominated to her position by SF and the SWP. Thus, you can not possibly know what anyone thinks, never mind the majority.
 
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