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Nov 5, 2018
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Zimbabwe has a high level of fertility. Lots of young pregnant protestants to reinvigorate the Shankill.

Maybe Mary Lou can welcome them at Belfast Airport ? With a photo of Martin Luther.
 
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Esto Praesidium

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If it helps, I wil not vote PSF or PBP under any circumstances. If I think I can frustrate one or other candidates running for them, I will vote "for decent candidates". That limits my choice severely.
I would not vote NP types except as a massive protest.
Imagine we are all 12 year old school boys today. We have to pick an EPL team to support? Winners like Man City? Or the Broad Black West Brummers Warfields supported long ago. Say we want to support a Dublin team. Bohs and their Antifa dregs? We just want a night out but we have to have the Antifa crap rammed down our throats.
They have taken over the shop and expelled the rightful owners. We must now scratch our heads and think again. We can try to build a new group like the NP or try the cuckoo approach (hello Aontú) but new parties find it hard here and the dispossessed like RSF find it no easier. Fianna Fail, Dev's comely maiden party, are now promoting gay saunas. But there is always Fine Gael.
The Warfields were West Bromwich Albion fans?
Probably because of Johnny Giles.


Or the Three Degrees, a musical influence?

Bobby Sands was a supporter of rivals Aston Villa, Prince William's team.
 

Clarke-Connolly

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The Warfields were West Bromwich Albion fans?
Probably because of Johnny Giles.


Or the Three Degrees, a musical influence?

Bobby Sands was a supporter of rivals Aston Villa, Prince William's team.
Good knowledge !
 

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SF have now lost all credibility by letting the Cat out of the bag regarding their position on Mass migration. They will fade back into the wilderness, having been the greatest traitors of all, by destroying the hope of many Irish people for an alternative to the corrupt FF/FG cartel.
Help the cause and make the attachment viral and expose the duplicity of the traitorous SF..
Sadly, it seems a good deal of shinner support is eh, genuine.

The kind of people who (offensively) have a tricolour in their Twitter bio and who eat, breath and shit - Palestine, 'anti-racism' and sportsball (usually the English Premiership) all day.

That said, it would be remiss to think that the recent rise in popularity has nothing to do with people, erroneously, thinking that they're voting for a nationalist party.


 

Karloff

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I think they would do a deal with anyone, adopt any political configuration, sell their souls multiple times - just to get power. If FG came to them tomorrow with a deal for a coalition that basically went against what they claim to stand for, they would do it. You can only do 'change' so much until you stand for nothing, right now they see the globalist anti nationalist wind as the surest way to rise to get power.

I used to wonder about Adams and how many times he used the word 'change' 'SF stands for change', always 'change'. But change is only a transition to a destination which is supposed to be what you stand for, for SF the only destination seems to be power. I was willing to offer them a little benefit of doubt until they supported the anti free speech laws.
 

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I think they would do a deal with anyone, adopt any political configuration, sell their souls multiple times - just to get power. If FG came to them tomorrow with a deal for a coalition that basically went against what they claim to stand for, they would do it. You can only do 'change' so much until you stand for nothing, right now they see the globalist anti nationalist wind as the surest way to rise to get power.

I used to wonder about Adams and how many times he used the word 'change' 'SF stands for change', always 'change'. But change is only a transition to a destination which is supposed to be what you stand for, for SF the only destination seems to be power. I was willing to offer them a little benefit of doubt until they supported the anti free speech laws.
the closest thing to SF in history of the State were Clann NaPhoblachta who went into a coalition government with FG, denying Richard Mulcahy for Costello as Taoiseach.
 

Max the Axe

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I think they would do a deal with anyone, adopt any political configuration, sell their souls multiple times - just to get power. If FG came to them tomorrow with a deal for a coalition that basically went against what they claim to stand for, they would do it. You can only do 'change' so much until you stand for nothing, right now they see the globalist anti nationalist wind as the surest way to rise to get power.

I used to wonder about Adams and how many times he used the word 'change' 'SF stands for change', always 'change'. But change is only a transition to a destination which is supposed to be what you stand for, for SF the only destination seems to be power. I was willing to offer them a little benefit of doubt until they supported the anti free speech laws.

SF are the conservative wing of the DUP up north. Do you think Sinn Féin in Wicklow are helping with increasing the diversity of the hookers on Bray Promenade and increasing the diversity of the punters, or telling folk to obey Fintan Warfield and just jack off to Pornhub? I ask as John Brady is their TD there and his base is in Bray. He is a fighter too. He converted his council house without permssion to house his 5 sprogs (John doesn't fire blanks) and told his landlord to fkk off when they complained about his illegal actions. John would be a good asset to peopel traffickers if he ever decided to swing that way.
 
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Too bad no footage was taken of John Giles' goal on his debute for Ireland. I think it was the late 50s, he was 17.
Apparently a scorcher.
John Giles an all -time great player, student of the game and did not suffer fools gladly.
A Gentle man off the pitch, but a Jack Russell on it, great vision as a midfielder and a joy to watch in action.
When Ireland drew 1-1 with England at Wembley back in the '70's. the commentator said..
'John Giles ran the game ,maybe he even drove the Team bus'.
 

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John Giles an all -time great player, student of the game and did not suffer fools gladly.
A Gentle man off the pitch, but a Jack Russell on it, great vision as a midfielder and a joy to watch in action.
When Ireland drew 1-1 with England at Wembley back in the '70's. the commentator said..
'John Giles ran the game ,maybe he even drove the Team bus'.
Somehow his name became attached to a certain condition, in the manner of Dublin rhyming slang, viz, "I have a nasty case of the oul' Johnny Giles".

How could a basically decent guy like that end up having his name used to describe that?
 
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