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    what relevance has this got to lisbon??? fool
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    Default What about Diarmuid Lynch

    Diarmuid Lynch is a forgotten hero of 1916 and the campign which led to Independence. Diarmuid Lynch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Normally, I would ask why the hell are you posting this, but I decided to have a quick ready of Connollys one, and now I know. Of only we had the likes today....

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    Quote Originally Posted by EU RULES View Post
    what relevance has this got to lisbon??? fool
    its got everything to do with it.

    and i note the personal insult that you throw at me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digout View Post
    Normally, I would ask why the hell are you posting this, but I decided to have a quick ready of Connollys one, and now I know. Of only we had the likes today....
    EXACTLY.

    sometimes it pays to go back to the past and read again what the Irish Republic is all about.

    that is why i posted it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thetruthsback View Post
    Diarmuid Lynch is a forgotten hero of 1916 and the campign which led to Independence. Diarmuid Lynch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    and there's another fella - Thomas Kent - after whom Kent Station in Cork is named.

    Thomas Kent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    He was executed in 1916.

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    Quote Originally Posted by netron View Post
    EXACTLY.

    sometimes it pays to go back to the past and read again what the Irish Republic is all about.

    that is why i posted it.
    Soon, we will need their spirit to defend the republic they died for.

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    And the founder of Fianna Fail was not man enough to take a bullet, the sneaky bollox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digout View Post
    Soon, we will need their spirit to defend the republic they died for.
    Leave the eu, best way to defend it.
    Still, even as the investor consensus ravages the euro, it's worth remembering that the same herd instinct not long ago was pronouncing last rites for the dollar. Last year, as China's central bank chief called for a new global currency and Russian central bankers dumped greenbacks to buy euros, many saw the dollar's decline as inevitable. Now, the dollar is riding high, and the euro looks bedraggled.

    "Views might change very quickly"

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