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    Any nationalist party has an ethnic component, SF are no different.
    Euro launched 2002. Eastern bloc joins 2004. What could possibly go wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenian Boy View Post
    Sinn Féin, ethnonationalists? What sort of ethnonationalists support mass immigration?
    This has been one of the most remarkable policy turnarounds in Irish history and it receives insufficient attention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ardillaun View Post
    This has been one of the most remarkable policy turnarounds in Irish history and it receives insufficient attention.


    Feel free to elaborate please and explain this "turnaround" you speak of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ardillaun View Post
    This has been one of the most remarkable policy turnarounds in Irish history and it receives insufficient attention.
    Anti-immigration was never a major SF plank. One of the thing's about Irish nationalism and even Irish unionism is that immigration is rarely a headline issue. I suspect the case being that for Irish nationalism is that the British/unionists represents the outgroup and vice versa for unionists, a space which is filled by immigrants in other jurisdictions. Why blame immigrants when you can blame them'uns?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickeymac View Post
    Feel free to elaborate please and explain this "turnaround" you speak of.
    Sinn Fein’s change of heart on the EU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ardillaun View Post
    Sinn Fein’s change of heart on the EU.

    With all due respect, this was explained to you some time ago, events over many decades are 99% certain to influence all political parties....especially the parties who have the interests of their voters at heart pal......got it now?

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    Brexit falling in around their ears, DUP mattresses being checked for cash, Paisley joking about child rape and helping cover up war crimes in Asia, Arlene, well being Arlene, and our resident gobshíte feels some Turf Lodge lowlife taking a bullet just above his Airmax and below the generic tracksuit is worth a Fred. Is it any wonder ye are Friar Tucked.
    Feud glorious feud? Provies gonna give tap dissos Chinese burns to keep up with the fireworks theme? Game of Pitchey followed by papercuts all round for looosers. Ffs catch a grip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theloner View Post
    Brexit falling in around their ears, DUP mattresses being checked for cash, Paisley joking about child rape and helping cover up war crimes in Asia, Arlene, well being Arlene, and our resident gobshíte feels some Turf Lodge lowlife taking a bullet just above his Airmax and below the generic tracksuit is worth a Fred. Is it any wonder ye are Friar Tucked.
    Feud glorious feud? Provies gonna give tap dissos Chinese burns to keep up with the fireworks theme? Game of Pitchey followed by papercuts all round for looosers. Ffs catch a grip.
    Brexit cannot come fast enough as far as I am concerned. It opens the way to an independent Socialist Britain which now is a real possibility- something I had given up hope of ever seeing. Corbyn didn't support the PIRA but was empathic towards if stuff leaked is to be believed. I am certain that when in power he will put the savage Ulster Prods in their place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by death or glory View Post
    Nationalism is the enemy of Unionism, it has the opposite aim to what we desire.
    Indeed. Aims such as equality, justice, decency, democracy etc. Unionism can only stand in the way of civilization for so long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Windowshopper View Post
    Anti-immigration was never a major SF plank. One of the thing's about Irish nationalism and even Irish unionism is that immigration is rarely a headline issue. I suspect the case being that for Irish nationalism is that the British/unionists represents the outgroup and vice versa for unionists, a space which is filled by immigrants in other jurisdictions. Why blame immigrants when you can blame them'uns?
    Are you aware of that Jim Molyneaux, the long term leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, was vice-President of the Monday Club at a time when they were calling for the repatriation of all coloured immigrants? That a senior member of the DUP not to long ago said that he agreed with that proposal? You don't need to dig far to see that even though there isn't mass immigration into Ulster that immigration is somewhat of an issue for Irish Unionism. Islam also is replacing Catholicism as the ultimate bogeyman for savage Ulster Prods as we speak. Cruimh loves to present the PUL community as basically both bullied and misunderstood Liberals- don't fall for these lies. If there is one think I hate most in this world it is manipulation through deceit. In my misspent teenaged years I also believe in repatriation but than I got over to England and realized what an absolute gobshyte I had been.

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