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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceGoalie View Post
    You think voting solves matters. Fascists like Sinn Fein, like Hitler before them, believe in taking power with a ballot box in one hand and an Armalite or its equivalent in the other. However, as most Sinn Feiners, Gerry Adams being a prime example, are from
    I checked out your ...is can be siphoned through Sinn Fein and other safe hands.
    Ach, away with your aul unionist blether
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    Quote Originally Posted by *EPIC SUCCESS* View Post
    Life is about balance, all extremists whether Trumpettes or Le Pen(ises) or Guardianistas whining about PewDiePie, its all about the balance folks.Nature finds a way as the saying goes. We will have a few years of extremists thinking their time has come only for them to find that people are well and truly sick of their incessant whining. Balance is what people need to strive for.
    You think the people rule and not elites? If so, why is Sinn Fein godfather Gerry Adams insisting to visit Trump and his handlers for Paddy's day? Is the Dundalk parade not goods enough for this agent of influence? You would have been a great compensation in Cambodia with Pol Path, in Peru with Shining Path and in West Belfast with the PIRA rape gangs. Don't worry folk. Balance will prevail and the gang rapes and midnight executions will be a thing of the past.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheeple_Waker View Post
    Off your meds for the weekend,?
    Was he ever on them?

    Apparently, according to him G2 and MI6 destroyed the NICRA (who were only ever looking for civil rights within NI) in favour of the PIRA because [insert reason here] and thirty odd years later wound up with an internal settlement which gave much more than NICRA were looking for in their wildest dreams.

    Go figure.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddyc View Post
    Was he ever on them?

    Apparently, according to him G2 and MI6 destroyed the NICRA (who were only ever looking for civil rights within NI) in favour of the PIRA because [insert reason here] and thirty odd years later wound up with an internal settlement which gave much more than NICRA were looking for in their wildest dreams.Go figure.....
    Not just my opinion. G2 did arm PIRA, which was heavily infiltrated form at least the time Joe Cahill shopped out Tom Williams. HM's Government boasted in Iraq that their Ulster model was the way to go. The CIA admitted in court that they armed PIRA so they could control them. PIRA is a classic counter gang: child rape, narco trafficking etc etc.
    Are you saying NICRA hoped that much more than 3,000 would be murdered?
    HM's Government and MI6 are happy as they have Ulsterisation, criminalisation and normalisation and PIRA help them run the joint. Gerry Adams can spout all his likes about Irish unity but it is a non-starter- thanks to people like Gerry Adams, an agent of influence.
    Years of lead: Same circus, different clowns
    The PIRA campaign, like that of their Red Brigades.RAF allies, was a waste of time and a waste of lives. The only ones to benefit were Gerry Adams, Coco McGuinness, Stakeknife and their handlers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Equinox View Post
    There is pleny of blame to go around, I'm saying that the left has started it, as with any spiral of violence born out of frustration with the established order, the best measure of avoiding it is not to begin it. That means politicians addressing reasonable concerns. Cheerleading thugs will only embolden a violent response.

    There is however something inverse about the current situation, the 'years of lead' started with student Marxist violence. The Marxists tend to have a romanticised view of 'revolution' and it rarely involves the tedium of slowly building a popular groundswell of democratic support for their position. It's just so much more romantic to lob a petrol bomb at 'the man'. This time however it's the generation of 68'rs however are now the 'the man' and the revolt against the establishment has been a quiet revolution by the working classes to democratically oust them for ignoring their interests and concerns.
    https://www.chathamhouse.org/expert/...im-immigration
    This has precipitated the usual left wing thuggery in response.

    If you bothered to actually watch the video, it should be plain to you what you will reap from the violence that you sow.

    Yes, you are saying that, but you aren't offering a shred of evidence to support it. Exactly when and how did 'the left' 'start it'?

    Your video talks about Italy being 'plagued by strikes and riots organised by Marxist student groups', trying to bundle workers organising for better wages into the same package as murderers. It then talks about bombings by fascists groups as 'messing up' and being 'missteps'. That's a hell of a double standard.

    But as is now known, these fascist groups were entirely creatures of the Italian secret service; and, though there were some 'true believer' members of the Red Brigades, it is now clear that they were also under the control of the secret service. I don't want to get into what the Italians call dietrologia, essentially conspiracy theories, but it is beyond doubt that the actions of both sets of terrorists were often coordinated by the secruity service to achieve political aims.

    Strategia della tensione actually translates better as pressure strategy, where society would never feel that it was safe to take time to examine whatever law was currently being demaneded to give the secret service more power or money.

    Quote Originally Posted by Equinox View Post
    We have a left hell bent on an ideological takeover and are quite prepared to ignore both democracy and the rule of law to achieve it. Already their behaviour has precipitated a right wing backlash in the form of Brexit, LePenn, Wilders and Trump.
    This is the real nonsense. People who behave badly are responsible for their own behaviour, nobody else. You could equally say that 'We have a right hell bent on an ideological takeover and are quite prepared to ignore both democracy and the rule of law to achieve it. Already their behaviour has precipitated a left wing backlash in the form of Corbyn, Sanders, PBPAAA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddyc View Post
    Was he ever on them?

    Apparently, according to him G2 and MI6 destroyed the NICRA (who were only ever looking for civil rights within NI) in favour of the PIRA because [insert reason here] and thirty odd years later wound up with an internal settlement which gave much more than NICRA were looking for in their wildest dreams.

    Go figure.....
    The thing is that I'm sure for a lot of people in the UK Deep State once they had gotten the PIRA contained saw the Troubles as a useful training ground in the context of the Cold War so were happy to have the whole thing rumbling on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratio Et Fides View Post
    The thing is that I'm sure for a lot of people in the UK Deep State once they had gotten the PIRA contained saw the Troubles as a useful training ground in the context of the Cold War so were happy to have the whole thing rumbling on.
    "Acceptable level of violence" is PIRA's Deep State handlers they called it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceGoalie View Post
    You think voting solves matters. Fascists like Sinn Fein, like Hitler before them, believe in taking power with a ballot box in one hand and an Armalite or its equivalent in the other. However, as most Sinn Feiners, Gerry Adams being a prime example, are from dysfunctional, feral-type families where incest and crime is the norm, they do not see the bigger picture which those deep state assets charged with handling them do.


    You are looking on politicians as a one dimensional plane with left and right at either extreme. That is an infantile now as when left and right were co-opted at the time of the French Revolution (sic)


    You obviously had and, reading the OP and the earlier comments, the omission of the points you raise was glaring.



    I checked out your excellent OP and was disappointed to see the stupid posts put in it to derail it. Here in Ireland, we have a group of fascists centred around Sinn Fein, who con others by attacking Identity Ireland and convincing the gullible that the Muslim Brotherhood dearth squads are victims (those Sinn Fein allies blew up 100 Sufis in Pakistan today but I digress). Sinn Fein and the PIRA Army Council have worked with other fascists, drug dealers and common criminals the world over. To what end? To copper fasten partition and to have nests of foreign agents in every town and hamlet in Ireland. The end result of that is the age of lead is finished in Ireland and whatever protest there is can be siphoned through Sinn Fein and other safe hands.
    Can you talk about anything with out bringing Sinn Fein and Gerry Adams in to the discussion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cahal View Post
    Can you talk about anything with out bringing Sinn Fein and Gerry Adams in to the discussion.
    I think 'no' is the answer there
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