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

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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.
But Tadhg has a valid point, why do you take issue with the flying of the flag if you support the Palestinian movement?

Personally I think its disgusting of SF or anyone else to be flying a flag that isn't the Irish Republic flag over any Public building.
 
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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.
None of the elected representatives who sat in my home ever discussed flying a Palestinian Flag in the Council Chambers, and they would not have been welcome at my home if they did, so I consider them all to be little more than a collection of cowards, liars, frauds and devious bestards!
 

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None of the elected representatives who sat in my home ever discussed flying a Palestinian Flag in the Council Chambers, and they would not have been welcome at my home if they did, so I consider them all to be little more than a collection of cowards, liars, frauds and devious bestards!
Why though? Is it the flag being flown you object too or that you were not asked?
 
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But Tadhg has a valid point, why do you take issue with the flying of the flag if you support the Palestinian movement?
Where did I say I support a *Palestinian movement?* There is no Palestinian community where I live. They are a non-existent community.

I said I am not anti-Palestinian. That is not the same thing as being opposed to the Irish Palestinian Solidarity Committee, which is made up of Irish and Swedish born white middle class people.
 

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Where did I say I support a *Palestinian movement?* There is no Palestinian community where I live. They are a non-existent community.

I said I am not anti-Palestinian. That is not the same thing as being opposed to the Irish Palestinian Solidarity Committee, which is made up of Irish and Swedish born white middle class people.
Fair enough, I dont know why but I thought you were pro Palestinian, Likewise I dont really care enough about the movement and I feel Irish politicians have enough to be doing other than chasing after liberal feel good shyte in the middle east.
 
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Fair enough, I dont know why but I thought you were pro Palestinian, Likewise I dont really care enough about the movement and I feel Irish politicians have enough to be doing other than chasing after liberal feel good shyte in the middle east.
I'm opposed to Fifth Column support for Islamic Terrorism, and that includes Hamas, and by extension the current Sinn Féin, Socialist Party, Socialist Workers Party and Éirígí foreign policy. I don't support the deportation of Palestinians that are already here, but I don't support any more of them being allowed into the country, until the conflict with the Islamic State is fully resolved, and if I get elected I will call for the deportation of Fifth Column supporters of Islamic Terrorism, and any aliens displaying any sympathy for Islamic Terrorism, and all of their relatives, just like their British comrade Red Ken called for the deportation of Jews to America.
 

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I'm opposed to Fifth Column support for Islamic Terrorism, and that includes Hamas, and by extension the current Sinn Féin, Socialist Party, Socialist Workers Party and Éirígí foreign policy. I don't support the deportation of Palestinians that are already here, but I don't support any more of them being allowed into the country, until the conflict with the Islamic State is fully resolved, and if I get elected I will call for the deportation of Fifth Column supporters of Islamic Terrorism, and any aliens displaying any sympathy for Islamic Terrorism, and all of their relatives, just like their British comrade Red Ken called for the deportation of Jews to America.
Get elected, are you running for office?
 
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Get elected, are you running for office?
I would expect every Gaelic citizen to do their duty to the last, and that they would be willing to take upon themselves every sacrifice they would be asked to make; I would expect every able-bodied Irish person to fight with complete disregard for their personal safety; I would expect the sick and the weak or those otherwise unavailable for military duty to work with their last strength; I would expect city dwellers to forge the weapons for the war against the Islamic State, and I would expect the farmer to supply the bread for the soldiers and workers of the struggle by imposing restrictions upon themselves; I would expect all women and girls to support the war against Islamic terrorism with the utmost fanaticism.

I would appeal in particular to Irish youth, that no people can do more than that everybody who can fight, fights, and that everybody who can work, works, and that they all sacrifice in common, filled with but one thought: to safeguard freedom and national honor and thus the future of life.

However grave the crisis and the threat to Ireland and Europe at the moment from the Islamic State, I would, despite everything, guarantee victory through unalterable will, and by the readiness of the children to sacrifice themselves for my nation, and that we would overcome this calamity, too, and this fight, and that the history books would record that it was Ireland who restored Europe to its former glory, and at the head of all the nations of Europe, in the war against Islamic Terrorism, stood Ireland, triumphant. Alas, I think my appeals would fall on deaf ears, and that the Europeans will drown in their own blood.
 

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I would expect every Gaelic citizen to do their duty to the last, and that they would be willing to take upon themselves every sacrifice they would be asked to make; I would expect every able-bodied Irish person to fight with complete disregard for their personal safety; I would expect the sick and the weak or those otherwise unavailable for military duty to work with their last strength; I would expect city dwellers to forge the weapons for the war against the Islamic State, and I would expect the farmer to supply the bread for the soldiers and workers of the struggle by imposing restrictions upon themselves; I would expect all women and girls to support the war against Islamic terrorism with the utmost fanaticism.

I would appeal in particular to Irish youth, that no people can do more than that everybody who can fight, fights, and that everybody who can work, works, and that they all sacrifice in common, filled with but one thought: to safeguard freedom and national honor and thus the future of life.

However grave the crisis and the threat to Ireland and Europe at the moment from the Islamic State, I would, despite everything, guarantee victory through unalterable will, and by the readiness of the children to sacrifice themselves for my nation, and that we would overcome this calamity, too, and this fight, and that the history books would record that it was Ireland who restored Europe to its former glory, and at the head of all the nations of Europe, in the war against Islamic Terrorism, stood Ireland, triumphant. Alas, I think my appeals would fall on deaf ears, and that the Europeans will drown in their own blood.
That's a hell of a speech. ;)
 

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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 read O'Malley's posts anymore let alone his OP's. I find him to be an extraordinarily strange individual who never makes any sense.
 
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