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Batstator

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Are you saying they have s Cumann in Derry, but not in Dublin?
Working class areas of Dublin should be their strongholds.
I’m sure they’ve people in every county but they haven’t publicly launched in Dublin yet.
 

Joe McKelvey

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Two questions on the NP:

What are their views on IRA actions?

How much sympathy or links do they have with any Brit groups? If so who?
 

Joe McKelvey

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Obviously, I don't expect them to publicly say but what do you or others that know the NP think the general consensus would be on IRA actions in the 70s and 80s for instance? Would they have sympathy at least with it?

I can support the NP if I know they believe in or at the minimum believe it to be correct to resist to Brit occupation.
 
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Batstator

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Obviously, I don't expect them to publicly say but what do you or others that know the NP think the general consensus would be on IRA actions in the 70s and 80s for instance? Would they have sympathy at least with it?

I can support the NP if I know they believe in or at the minimum believe it to be correct to resist to Brit occupation.
They had pictures of their leaflets saying “the brexit we want is a British exit from Ireland.”

They’re not 26 county ‘nationalists’ like Irexit.
 

Macushla

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Obviously, I don't expect them to publicly say but what do you or others that know the NP think the general consensus would be on IRA actions in the 70s and 80s for instance? Would they have sympathy at least with it?

I can support the NP if I know they believe in or at the minimum believe it to be correct to resist to Brit occupation.
They are highly nationalistic on the northern question
 

FightingForTheBull

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Obviously, I don't expect them to publicly say but what do you or others that know the NP think the general consensus would be on IRA actions in the 70s and 80s for instance? Would they have sympathy at least with it?

I can support the NP if I know they believe in or at the minimum believe it to be correct to resist to Brit occupation.
Yes they would have supported the actions back then 100%.
 
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Batstator

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Any links to any Brit political groups at all? Fraternal or otherwise?
I think they mentioned that they’d take prolife unionist votes if they got them, but have no association with anything British.
 
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