Is Iran undergoing Regime Change

Tadhg Gaelach

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Would Leo have framed his reply like you just have?
Your leader is there to inspire you, never forget that, don't lose sight of that fact.

You are a sad little student maggot in Tel Aviv who lives his life on the internet trying to earn a cup of heating oil and a low fat kebab every night so you don't starve completely. But did it ever occur to you - if you spend all your time on the internet promoting the Holocaust of the Palestinians - you will never graduate. Eventually, you will end up like Anglopile - a broken old man who just works for Hasbara for a cup of Buckfast every night.
 

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I'm not saying that it isn't good that the low intensity war ended- however it's ending hasn't done much at all for Ulster economically.

It may even have hurt the six county economy, as there is less local military spending and less money being handed out to local informers. Also, the Brit government doesn't feel under any pressure to do much to improve conditions there as it looks like the sleeping dogs are just going to continue to sleep.
 
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You are a sad little student maggot in Tel Aviv who lives his life on the internet trying to earn a cup of heating oil and a low fat kebab every night so you don't starve completely. But did it ever occur to you - if you spend all your time on the internet promoting the Holocaust of the Palestinians - you will never graduate. Eventually, you will end up like Anglopile - a broken old man who just works for Hasbara for a cup of Buckfast every night.
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Repeating the same post over and over again and hoping to raise a titter is not exactly up to C19 standards.
Your neglecting the great resource you have man, Leo, ironically, is there to inspire but you choose Omar.
 
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I'm not saying that it isn't good that the low intensity war ended- however it's ending hasn't done much at all for Ulster economically.
Except raised the standard of living, facilities, has increased tourism, developed and enhanced cross border trade, Northern Ireland has boomed the rest of Ulster has also benefited.
 
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Except raised the standard of living, facilities, has increased tourism, developed and enhanced cross border trade, Northern Ireland has boomed the rest of Ulster has also benefited.
It hasn't raised living standards. Growing up in Belfast if anything I saw living standards declining and not rising. Derry is the UK capital of child poverty.