It's all Ireland,people that are determined to be British should be helped and encouraged to live there.
I corrected this fellow before but he's a slow learner.
He doesn't understand the word Ulster.
For his benefit, the most westerly county in Ulster is Donegal.
If a referendum results in a UI that's the issue decided, are you suggesting the very people who have been constantly bleating about democracy will not accept this, surely not!it wasn't preposterous in 1921. The differential performances of Catholic & Protestant Wombs got us to a standoff in 1968.
The Ulster Prods don't want to make love with the Republic. To force ourselves on them is rape. When she says No she means it. Otherwise it is a crime, and invites retribution from all her brothers & cousins.
The flight of the Earls has inevitable consequences. And we all are still living with the consequences.
Are you suggesting these people won't accept the outcome of a democratic referendum and will resort to violence if they don't like the result?You corrected no one - apart from an Edward Carson quote from 1912!!!
Donegal would be to the Loyalist's 'benefit' if there's a conflict.
Easily cut off.
Be careful what yiz wish for - the British Protestants of Northern Ireland will not be a push over!!!
Are you suggesting these people won't accept the outcome of a democratic referendum and will resort to violence if they don't like the result?
if this were to happen you would obviously be to the forefront in condemning this terrorism. Those unhappy enough could always head back to the mothership, I'm sure they'd feel the love and be very welcome.