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Old Jan 8th, 2013, 08:48 PM   #37
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Re: Belfast riots

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Originally Posted by Halardfan View Post
If they were catholic protesters you would condemn the police attacking the rioters, as they are Protestant you want the police to "beat the fuck outta them." Interesting. So your complaints about prior police brutality are hollow.

Who do you think would gain most from a United Ireland? It's not Ireland, suddenly landed with all Northern Ireland's endless problems, the big benefit would be mainland Britain, finally free of this drain on our money, drain on the blood of our soldiers and innocent citizens, free of the endless one sided blame for absolutely everything.

Far more mainland Brits want a united Ireland than it to remain part of the UK.

But one thing, no compensation unless the IRA pay out for all of their victims too. For all the bombs placed in our parks, pubs, shopping centres and city streets.
And the same goes for all the unarmed catholics who were shot dead by British soldiers despite being unarmed and often not even part of the riots taking place. For the people with no connections to the IRA who were jailed without reason. And then the British government covered it all up for years and when the truth came out they decided no disciplinary action would be taken.
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