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Thread: Loyalist culture goes from strenght to strenght: KKK flag erected in east Belfast

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    Quote Originally Posted by AhNowStop View Post
    typical Newrybhollicks,,,,, ingore the here and now (DUP/UDA) and revert back to 30 + years ago..... sad wee loyalist scummer


    Selective condemnation is his MO sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newrybhoy View Post
    What do you want to know?
    What is in McDonald's chicken nuggets because it's definitely not chicken?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AhNowStop View Post
    typical Newrybhollicks,,,,, ingore the here and now (DUP/UDA) and revert back to 30 + years ago..... sad wee loyalist scummer
    They need the bogeyman of The IRA. Like the old saying goes - if the RA didn't exist, Unionism would invent them.

    As indeed they did already in the 60s, when Gusty Spence's gang started killing people because of the "threat" of a non-existant IRA, and then through 68 and 69 when the UVF were running around planting bombs in electricity stations and reservoirs which the RUC then dutifully reported as "IRA terrorism" - well up until one of the orange morons blew himself up in Ballyshannon, Donegal anyway.

    Just like the English dregs will still be blaming the EU for all England's social and political ills decades after Brexit, so too the likes of Newrybhollicks will still be hooting hysterically about the Provos well into the 22nd century and many decades after a UI happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SideysGhost View Post
    They need the bogeyman of The IRA. Like the old saying goes - if the RA didn't exist, Unionism would invent them.

    As indeed they did already in the 60s, when Gusty Spence's gang started killing people because of the "threat" of a non-existant IRA, and then through 68 and 69 when the UVF were running around planting bombs in electricity stations and reservoirs which the RUC then dutifully reported as "IRA terrorism" - well up until one of the orange morons blew himself up in Ballyshannon, Donegal anyway.

    Just like the English dregs will still be blaming the EU for all England's social and political ills decades after Brexit, so too the likes of Newrybhollicks will still be hooting hysterically about the Provos well into the 22nd century and many decades after a UI happens.
    Sitting there on your little corner barstool regaling gobshltes with stories of what you did in the "war".

    Nice flag you're living under.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newrybhoy View Post
    Sitting there on your little corner barstool regaling gobshltes with stories of what you did in the "war".

    Nice flag you're living under.
    Oh look Newrybhollicks gets upset and resorts to the playground taunts of the average 6-year-old when confronted with actual historical facts and posters with an IQ over room temperature. Yer an awful eejit son

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    Quote Originally Posted by SideysGhost View Post
    They need the bogeyman of The IRA. Like the old saying goes - if the RA didn't exist, Unionism would invent them.

    As indeed they did already in the 60s, when Gusty Spence's gang started killing people because of the "threat" of a non-existant IRA, and then through 68 and 69 when the UVF were running around planting bombs in electricity stations and reservoirs which the RUC then dutifully reported as "IRA terrorism" - well up until one of the orange morons blew himself up in Ballyshannon, Donegal anyway.

    Just like the English dregs will still be blaming the EU for all England's social and political ills decades after Brexit, so too the likes of Newrybhollicks will still be hooting hysterically about the Provos well into the 22nd century and many decades after a UI happens.
    Absolutely, the scummers like to ignore Gusty & chums .... doesn’t quite fit their MOPE lies

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    Can the oper or a mod correct the spelling of strength in the title please. Bugging me, can't let it go etc. Carry on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TweetyBird View Post
    Can the oper or a mod correct the spelling of strength in the title please. Bugging me, can't let it go etc. Carry on.
    Leave it, and if anyone criticizes the spelling, maintain that it's a nod to inclusivity of Ulster Scots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newrybhoy View Post
    You can now join Talk Back on ignore as you have no interest in discussion, just spouting the same boring rhetoric.
    What a coward.

    Did Dublin deserve to be bombed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozyedia View Post
    What a coward.

    Did Dublin deserve to be bombed?
    What is the point in trying to converse with people who copy and paste the same inane nonsense in post after post?

    Did Dublin deserve to be bombed?

    You tell me?

    was it ok for anywhere in he British Isles to be bombed?

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