The Pink Clink- SF Imprisoned from a United Ireland as 57% of Nationalists won't Vote

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The unification of the country should be parked for at least a generation.

Time is needed to ease the pain and hurt of the "troubles"
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Flip flopping on Authority, yappin about the Special Criminal Court will only keep yiz Banged up - Clinksters  :D

Baseballbats to Bogus Human Rights - is this a Joke?
 

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I see that Sinn Féin rejects Éirígí are now promoting abortion on demand. No wonder the conservative Nationalist population of the six counties are rejecting this crew in their tens of thousands. Sinn Féin talk about consent, but they have tried to use English law to force abortion on the six counties, and they constantly try to force mass immigration and the Gaystapo agenda on an unwilling population.
 
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Eirigi rejected SF & walked out but then got rejected by the Electorate themselves.

I refer to SF's Consent Flip Flop as "Consent Perversion" - supporting Consent for Unionists but exterminating Consent for Nationalists.

Ol Dirts ;)
 
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Eirigi rejected SF & walked out but then got rejected by the Electorate themselves.
Éirígí members splitting from SF, and then going back, is called 'doing a Humphreys.' So-called because radical feminists like Sighle Humpheys who left SF and joined the Republican Congress in the 1930's, bent the knee, and returned to the main political body, although I think that she was involved with the Clann na Phoblacht project, before she returned to SF. As far as I know at the time of her death, she supported Republican Sinn Féin, and not Provisional Sinn Féin. The time to dissent from SF and the GFA was before 1998, and not in 2006, although some people would argue that Republicans lost the war in 1986, when they abandoned the Éire Nua project, and not when Dads Army called a ceasefire. Physical Force Republicanism became a noose around the neck of Republicanism, and an obstacle to Irish unity. 52% of people in the inner-city of Dublin didn't vote at the last election, which is almost identical to 57% of Nationalists not voting in the north, which suggests that SF and Co are also imprisoned from a 32 County Socialist Republic. :rolleyes:
 
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They are also imprisoned from a 26 Co Socialist Republic but that was always a Non Runner.

SF are alsorans with Non Runner Projects.

Irish Unity can come about via the Brexit conundrum or with an agreed Panel of Ind Nationalist Candidates in the 6.

SF must evapor8 from Westminster/The Border Poll Race :)
 
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A Nordie Shinner over P.ie was saying that the people who are saying that there are problems with mass immigration in Ireland have just picked it up from UKIP across the water along with their "paranoia" about the EU (as the Shinners themselves were not militantly against the EEC at one point in time); of course anyone paying attention knows that there is mass unemployment among the indigenous youth who are often discriminated against by employers in their own country and a massive housing crisis as well as troubles around school places. UKIP in Northern Ireland are scum but oddly enough I have basically the same attitude to English Kippers that I do towards Shinners; neither Party is really "my thing" but some of their people are vile and some are really sound.
 

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A Nordie Shinner over P.ie was saying that the people who are saying that there are problems with mass immigration in Ireland have just picked it up from UKIP across the water along with their "paranoia" about the EU (as the Shinners themselves were not militantly against the EEC at one point in time); of course anyone paying attention knows that there is mass unemployment among the indigenous youth who are often discriminated against by employers in their own country and a massive housing crisis as well as troubles around school places. UKIP in Northern Ireland are scum but oddly enough I have basically the same attitude to English Kippers that I do towards Shinners; neither Party is really "my thing" but some of their people are vile and some are really sound.

This is the kind of fool that SF is now attracting. The Ó Brion Pink Brigade, who get excited at the thought of all those manly young Arab guys coming into Ireland.
 
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