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Thread: Willie Frazer: I wouldn’t condemn the shooting of Martin McGuinness

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    Default Willie Frazer: I wouldn’t condemn the shooting of Martin McGuinness

    Source: Irish News’ Twitter https://twitter.com/irish_news

    Should the Guards really be permitting a man - who is advocating the murder of the co-First Minister of the North, Martin McGuinness – to march in Dublin?

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    Whilst I'm no lover of the mans' stance, I'm guessing that if you had several close family members murdered by republicans like he had, you might feel slightly different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jack View Post
    Source: Irish News’ Twitter https://twitter.com/irish_news

    Should the Guards really be permitting a man - who is advocating the murder of the co-First Minister of the North, Martin McGuinness – to march in Dublin?
    Supporters,and those that have a sneaking regard of Willie,will love that.
    "You think thats bad,theres one lunatic that posts on there 40-50 times a day..He's alone..in bad company!

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    Quote Originally Posted by firesidetommy View Post
    Whilst I'm no lover of the mans' stance, I'm guessing that if you had several close family members murdered by republicans like he had, you might feel slightly different.
    I've had two relatives murdered by the British Army and RUC in that order a 67yr old Uncle and a 14 yr old female cousin, am I entitled to practically advocate the murder/assassination of anyone that I feel was involved? The war is over, practically everyone suffered, time to move the f$ck along.

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    Frazer is mad.

    But I understand why he is mad.

    I might be mad too, with anger or grief, if I was him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jack View Post
    Source: Irish News’ Twitter https://twitter.com/irish_news

    Should the Guards really be permitting a man - who is advocating the murder of the co-First Minister of the North, Martin McGuinness – to march in Dublin?


    Sounds like a job for the Police to deal with IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jack View Post
    Source: Irish News’ Twitter https://twitter.com/irish_news

    Should the Guards really be permitting a man - who is advocating the murder of the co-First Minister of the North, Martin McGuinness – to march in Dublin?
    co( deputy) first minister of the North....what ? Pole ? Everest ? Channel ?

    I mean to say, who would shed a tear at the demise of Mertin, apart from our beloved Mrs. Thatcher, perhaps ?
    Even with the usual caveats attached to opinion polls, a 65% to 17% majority for Northern Ireland remaining in the UK suggests little room for doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meriwether View Post
    Frazer is mad.

    But I understand why he is mad.

    I might be mad too, with anger or grief, if I was him.
    I have some sympathy with that alright. Mind you plenty suffered on both sides and dont act as he does but madness sees little logic I guess. What's worse is the manipulation of him by others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northtipp View Post
    I have some sympathy with that alright. Mind you plenty suffered on both sides and dont act as he does but madness sees little logic I guess. What's worse is the manipulation of him by others.
    Not half as bad as the manipulation of those poor deluded fools in the nat/rep community though, huh ?
    Even with the usual caveats attached to opinion polls, a 65% to 17% majority for Northern Ireland remaining in the UK suggests little room for doubt.

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    Willie Frazer is a opportunistic moron. Many families lost love ones including my own. If you want more families to do likewise, you do as Frazer does and spout your hatred. You can then wollow and find support from the likes of Redcloud. Bitter twisted hate filled sectarian bigots with one track minds on the road to nowhere. Thankfully I've never felt the need to live of another person's wound. To have done so is the very epitome of cowardice.
    War doesn't work. Give peace a chance.

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