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Dan Óg

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I will, but I am going to work now to engage in some commercial enterprise but I will be back to it later
 
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and remember what i told u yesterday about sparring and then making up. people let off a bit of steam here and as we all hide behind monickers, dont take anything too personal. if evryone used their real name and foto, it wud be a very different site, but not even one tenth as entertaining!
 
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old school, the whole of britain wanted to kick the sex pistols heads in after they sailed down the thames and sang the above song, which included the following lyrics, on her jubilee -

God save the queen
'Cause tourists are money
And our figurehead
Is not what she seems

Oh God save history
God save your mad parade
Oh Lord God have mercy
All crimes are paid

johnny is the son of irish emigrants, one from galway, im as proud of him as i am of any great irish patriot. london-irelands finest.
 

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I want to say hello to everyone. I am a retired man who would be a pariah to some. When Brexit happened, young people arbitrarily decided that the elderly didn't matter. They don't realise that they are the future, but they are not. The past is the future too. The young stand on our shoulders which is how it should be. When they become entitled brats, that's something else. I grew up in the old Ireland that was archaic, poor but good. I have two grandchildren who study law. One of which is a member of the National Party. Did I work to better myself? No, I worked to better the future of Ireland. I had no rights groups to support me growing up. I only had strength of mind and a sense of nationhood. I would only bend my knee to Our Lady.
Welcome, We have a lot of similarities, I hope we don't enter a bubble we need diverse opinions and cogent arguments. You may find some members don't sway easy to arguments, but reach for the racist, xenophobia, Priest ridden, Islamophobic etc locker. once again welcome.
 
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''2015 - September - 08: A Commission of Investigation into the shooting dead of Republican Rónán MacLochlainn by Gardaí during the course of an attempted IRA robbery in 1998, heard that garda vehicles left the scene in the immediate aftermath of the incident.

The Commission was told that members of the Garda National Surveillance Unit (NSU) left the scene at an early stage following the shooting, removing their 4x4 vehicles, and possibly disturbing aspects of the crime scene.

The Commission was told that the NSU were not known to the public and at the time, their job was to keep targets under surveillance.

The commission was told by Senior Counsel for the Gardaí Michael Durack that although the NSU was involved in the surveillance of dissident republicans, it had no intelligence as to what the men they were following were planning on the day in question.

At this time, the vast majority of their work involved targeting subversive units in the north and south.

Giving evidence, former Assistant Commissioner Dermot Jennings outlined the job of the NSU.

Jennings said the national unit was established in 1992. The unit was kept separate from the rest of the force due to security reasons.''

Google is your friend. That will tell you who the Minster for Justice was in 1992, when the NSU were carrying out surveillance on Republicans, north and south. It's preposterous to suggest that they weren't working side-by-side with the British Intelligence Services. Where was the surveillance in May 1994? That's what I would love to know..
What's your take on Jim Mansfield, Weston airport, informants like Kieran Boylan, Kinahan Cartel etc. How the hell could the higher-ups not have known about Mansfield. Dublin is a relatively small place, especially small back in the 80s.
 
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What's your take on Jim Mansfield, Weston airport, informants like Kieran Boylan, Kinahan Cartel etc. How the hell could the higher-ups not have known about Mansfield. Dublin is a relatively small place, especially small back in the 80s.
i know that question not for me symphony, but the higher-ups did know but are a mixture of spineless and compromised, and remember the likes of kinahan are protected becuz they make millions for cia/mossad/mi5 black ops. im a republican but i am all for bringing back internment without trial for those mothermuckers. and work gangs, and im not joking. every city in ireland will have an underground transport system built by those scumbags in a FUNdaMENTALIST state. prison mehole - chain gang or castration - thats ur choice. i worked with a guy who worked on oil rigs back in 70s. he actually worked on a rig owned by bushes. he told me it was common knowledge that they were striking oil and gas left right and centre but that dud samples were being passed to department of energy. he told me scottish rig workers used to make jokes about how corrupt this place is. t.p.t.b. find irish poitical system a cinch to operate, in fact, i imagine they cant believe how easy they got all our goodies. all those guys in leinster house had to do was mind our resources. thats all they had to do. they didnt have to be crazy revolutionaries or anything. just guard the resources. they didnt, they took a few brown envelopes and skulked off with a promise that their personal dirty secrets wud not be put out in media. this is how things really operate. the flag over leinster house should be a big brown envelope. thats what leinster house is - a brown envelope casino. colonel gadaffi rip.
 
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