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Thread: Loyalists paint kerbstones red, white and blue outside Holy Cross Girls school

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    Default Loyalists paint kerbstones red, white and blue outside Holy Cross Girls school

    The school whose children were victims of hate-filled sectarian abuse and attacks by loyalists and unionists in 2001 yesterday had the kerbstones outside of their school gates painted red, white and blue in a blatant case of sectarianism and intimidation



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    In December the school also had the butchers apron erected outside of it by bitter undemocratic fascist loyalists

    Flags Erected Outside Catholic School Picketed In 2001 | News | The Irish News

    Sick degenerates and once more proves the validty of the below article summing up the mentality in loyalism:

    Humani: The humanist association of Northern Ireland

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    Impossible to make excuses for this type of intimidation, though no doubt some will try.

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    Shameful behaviour. No need for it at all.

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    Here's an idea,remember all those scumbags that have been charged with the flag protests?
    They should be given the job of scrubbing those kerbstones clean of any paint,a kind of community sevice.
    "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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    Painted kerbstones are awful looking.

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    That type of territory claiming is pathetic. More and more, loyalism resembles the last days of the Afrikaners.

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    RNU Activist ‏@RepublicanUnity1h
    City Council workers removed offending paint from kerbstones outside Holy Cross Girl's School this afternoon were intimidated by Loyalists!
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    Sometimes there is very little between historical and hysterical. One passes for the other. In time, the former remains forever, the latter is quickly replaced...

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    It is all rather sad.
    Сохранить Украины

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    Slightly off topic but how well do Northern councils look after footpaths and kerbing? Here in the Republic they can be a right mess in places, though they're slowly getting better. Dublin is a right manky disaster though for footpaths.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ren84 View Post
    Slightly off topic but how well do Northern councils look after footpaths and kerbing? Here in the Republic they can be a right mess in places, though they're slowly getting better. Dublin is a right manky disaster though for footpaths.
    Ren, think it's more a case of locality, essentially the area. Some are a disgrace.

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