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    Just watching Paul Williams and some stupid fellow who was in the guards in the 1960s, and when asked why there is such vicious crime in this country, they both laughably blamed the IRA and Saor Éire. Nothing at all about the chronic class division, which has become worse over the years. Williams vagued mentioned the untermensch by calling the whole of the Working Class the "criminalogenic" community.

    Williams is so stupid that he refered to the 1960s and 1970s an "innocent" time in Irish society. Yes, children on a conveyor belt to being raped, half the population being forced into exile, a small criminal oligarchy in power. No, Williams mentions none of that.

    Oh, surprise surprise, they are touting another book.

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    Comely maidens dancing at the crossroads.

    That's if they hadn't already been raped by the "organs of the state" (copyright) that is.

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    Of course it was an "innocent" time. Do you think it was more or less innocent than today? You know well he doesn't mean it in some meaningless judicial sense, cos he is talking about society.

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    williams should just join the guards as some kind of media spokesperson. it's basically what he is already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoichkov View Post
    williams should just join the guards as some kind of media spokesperson. it's basically what he is already.
    Williams has made more money out of Irish crime than the criminals have. If it wasnt for them, this useless git would be on the dole.

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    Did not watch the stupid thing, but who the guard - I assume the perennial Gerry O Carroll I expect, or there is another Sherry guy who is beginning to creep up
    You'd think Kenny committed Treason and brought in IMF. Cowen had all in stitches in Galway at 3.30a.m.but he was "not impaired" -DD Power. FF=Publican páirtí an IMF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomas Mor View Post
    Did not watch the stupid thing, but who the guard - I assume the perennial Gerry O Carroll I expect, or there is another Sherry guy who is beginning to creep up
    No idea who he was, typical big thick guard. Had to laugh when he started on about garda "intelligence."

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    Former commissioner, Pat Byrne,

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    Williams is a joke, I have seen him on panels and if the conversion goes off Sunday World gibberish he is dumb struct he contributes nothing excepts to his own profile. He made the right decision moving to the News of the world, that will suit him there is no bounds to the crap he can report.

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    If Ireland was so idyllic in the 60's why did we need Lugs Brannigan?

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