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  • ulysse
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    It wasnt Corbyn who invited them if i recall, but an office junior, but dont let the facts get in the way of total bollocks

    Premier Icon kimbers
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    Next thing youll be telling me that ex-IRA members are actually MPs

    where will this madness end?

    oh wait, yeah peace after 90+ years of war

    trying to fling this shit at Corbyn now is disrespectful to those that brought about an end to the conflict

    deadlydarcy
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    You’ve got it wrong you crazy lefties. I don’t think the Tories are enfht’s party of choice.

    enfht
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    And to think they used to call the left ‘loonies’.

    enfht
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    True to form DD, attack the individual and ignore the argument. Are the stars aligned tonight? You call me a Nazi and I’ll call you a nonce, fair enough?

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    NIce post, good coherent argument

    deadlydarcy
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    I’m just pointing out that your posting history shows that the Tories are possibly not right wing enough for you enfht. So no point in lefties refuting your posts by attacking the Tories.

    I don’t know why you’re bringing Nazis and nonces into it.

    Why on earth do you want to talk about child abuse anyway? Are you ok?

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    enfht you are Clinton Baptiste and I claim my free psychic reading
    [video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6qquCNNVU4[/video]

    enfht
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    Awkward 😕

    JEREMY Corbyn has “blood on his hands” for prolonging the IRA’s vicious campaign of violence, a former member of the terrorist group today claims.

    Ex-IRA man Sean O’Callaghan lifts the lid from within on the key morale boost and legitimacy that the hard left Labour leader gave the Republican fighters.

    Labour’s Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell with former IRA member turned politician Gerry Adams and Jeremy Corbyn Labour’s Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell with former IRA member turned politician Gerry Adams and Jeremy Corbyn
    Ex-IRA man Sean O’Callaghan has claimed Corbyn’s solidarity with the terror group helped to prolong the terror and violence

    Ex-IRA man Sean O’Callaghan has slammed Corbyn’s solidarity with the terror group claiming it helped to prolong the terror and violence
    As backbench MPs, “despicable cheerleaders” Mr Corbyn and Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell showed public solidarity for Sinn Fein leaders and senior IRA figures through out the 1980s and 90s.

    While it left them shunned by mainstream British politicians, their actions spurred on the terrorists, deepeend their blood lust and increased the number of their vicitms, Mr O’Callaghan alleges.

    The IRA murderer-turned-police informer also reveals today that the two veteran Socialists’ support was considered so vital that IRA commanders even discussed what effect their operations would have on their public pronouncements in case too many civilain deaths hindered them.

    Premier Icon kimbers
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    Cut n pasting from whatever Murdoch/Dacre hatchet job appeared on your Britain First FB feed doesnt make your case any stronger

    deadlydarcy
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    For whatever reason, enfht doesn’t add a link to that quote. It’s copied and pasted from that well known bastion of truth and investigative journalism, The Sun. I dunno, make of that what you will.

    ulysse
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    I’ll make it bollocks, still. It was 2 female ex prisoners who’d served their tariff.

    Mr Corbyn replied: “They were former prisoners who had come out of prison, women who had came out of prison to Parliament, actually to a meeting that had been arranged long before, (the Brighton bombing) to talk about prison conditions and rehabilitation of prisoners. Is there anything wrong with that since they had a spent conviction?

    https://www.opendemocracy.net/luke-davies/re-examining-corbyns-dangerous-friendships

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    Could you provide some evidence to support this please. Ta

    @kilo, my wife is French. Her father is very poorly and is paying for his “social care” – 100%. His hospital treatment is covered but after 3 months in hospital they have discharged him. You can find plenty of information on their approach online (if you read French) and it’s been covered in the UK press.

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    Could you provide some evidence to support this please

    Answer:

    No.

    Premier Icon jambalaya
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    The Wolfe Tone Society. Firstly listen to some of their music. Then you have Corbyn and McDonnell at Wolfe Tone Society events alongside active IRA members. As was said in the House of Commons by a Tory MP “some of those on the opposite side of the house would rather the other side won” (quote from memory). Corbyn has along track record of supporting the IRA side of the unification/troops out argument and at a time when the IRA where running an active terrorist campaign. This also needs to be seen in the context of the his support and legitimisation of Hezbollah and Hamas.

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    This also needs to be seen in the context of the

    current tory links with the IRA members including councilors too. You wouldn’t want to be accused of having double standards would you.

    support and legitimisation of Hezbollah and Hamas.

    We could go on at length about governments supporting and legitimising the actions of various groups/nations around the world in committing crimes and causing death including Israel, Saudi Arabia and many more, where do you draw your lines?

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2008/mar/17/northernireland.peaceprocess

    you can only make peace with your enemies

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    That’s a great example Jamba…. of how to make things worse

    As with his relationship with the ANC & the Republicans, peace has been achieved not thanks to stirring up hate but to dialogue,

    With Trump courting the Saudis and Israel whilst backing Iran into a corner (insanely despite? an election overwhelmingly supporting the more moderate Rouhani)
    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-iran-election-idUSKCN18E2Y8

    Peace there seems further away than ever

    The right do indeed seem unable to learn from history and we are all doomed to repeat it

    wilburt
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    I believe he was from South Wales anyway, so probably of Anglo-Saxon stock,

    Given the time that’s past I doubt anything can be a taken as indication of heritage but generally speaking the Pagan inhabitants of the UK prior to the German invasion where pushed out to Wales, Scotland, the South West, Ireland or even down to Spain.

    Anglo Saxons had East Anglia and Mercia etc across to Offa’s dyke. Vikings(Danish,Scandinavian/Russia) came from the North.

    All until the Normans upset the party in 1066, although the Normans where actually of Viking heritage.

    ninfan
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    As was said in the House of Commons by a Tory MP “some of those on the opposite side of the house would rather the other side won”

    “Every defeat of the British state is a victory for all of us, a defeat in Northern Ireland would be a defeat indeed”

    Diane Abbott, 1984

    ulysse
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    The right do indeed seem unable to learn from history and we are all doomed to repeat it

    They do learn. Warmongering supports a vast industry with exponential profits

    deadlydarcy
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    The Wolfe Tone Society. Firstly listen to some of their music.

    😆

    Christ you do come out with some bollocks jamba.

    The right do indeed seem un quite able to learn from history. That the voters do not learn means that we are all doomed to repeat it

    ftfy

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    I have their music @deadly (it was given to me I certainly didn’t pay for it), they are a well know Republican supporting band with song lyrics to show that and plenty of quotes from the band members. My Irish mate said I would not be safe as an Englishman at one of their gigs in the Republic.

    One example that strings to mind

    Some say the devil is dead, the devil is dead, some say the devil is dead and buried in Killarney. More say he rose again, more say he rose again and joined the British Army.

    When Corbyn was elected it was one of my first posts that his links and sympathy with terrorists would be an electoral issue for Labour.

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    Some say the devil is dead, the devil is dead, some say the devil is dead and buried in Killarney. More say he rose again, more say he rose again and joined the British Army.

    whhhooooaa with that level of dangerous sedition Id say anyone listening to it must be some kind of traitor, probably a terrorist and definitely a commie

    you should here what N.W.A say about law enforcement in the USA, youd shit a starspangled brick over it 😉

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    I feel sympathy with many people who feel wronged or oppressed.

    I don’t condone violence though.

    Am I a terrorist supporter?

    As always, hypocrisy rears its head.

    E.g. Thatcher was not just a terrorist sympathiser, she even called a dictator a ‘true friend’. Your minds must have forgotten this history as you try to sling shit at others. 🙄

    http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/tories-have-forgotten-that-thatcher-wasnt-just-a-terrorist-sympathiser-but-close-friends-with-one-10507850.html

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    1. The Queen met Martin McGuiness
    2. Martin McGuiness was a member of the IRA
    3. The Queen is a terrorist supporter

    (At least, I think that’s how it works…)

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    E.g. Thatcher was not just a terrorist sympathiser, she even called a dictator a ‘true friend’. Your minds must have forgotten this history as you try to sling shit at others.

    It depends on the terrorist. She wasn’t too keen on Nelson Mandela IIRC.

    keithr
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    When Corbyn was elected it was one of my first posts that his links and sympathy with terrorists would be an electoral issue for Labour.

    This again?

    He has never declared “sympathy” for terrorists: refusing to single out one terrorist group over another is not sympathising.

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    Jambalaya had cheered me up with his ridiculousness. My wife saw the Wolfe tones last year and in Ireland to boot, she is very English- military dad, sister was a Wren, my wife ended up with a very bad hangover. Dodgy people these fenians

    oldracer
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    Isn’t there a Tory councillor who was a member of the IRA??

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    That will be Maria Gatland oldracer.

    kerley
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    Let’s hope he didn’t talk to any of his fellow members while he was in the IRA then.

    oldracer
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    I suppose one could add Maria to that list of not taking to old work buddies too..

    deadlydarcy
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    I repeat.

    Christ you do come out with some bollocks jamba.

    Have you any idea how ridiculous you’re sounding constantly banging on about terrorist links? I might have thought that like the rest of them, you might take the day off from campaigning but it seems that for you, there is nothing from which you wouldn’t seek to make some political capital.

    You should be ashamed of yourself.

    Premier Icon Nobeerinthefridge
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    He’s best ignored DD to be honest, actually makes Chewkw sound sensible at times….

    Premier Icon kimbers
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    Have you any idea how ridiculous you’re sounding constantly banging on about terrorist links?

    I dunno those lyrics were pretty incendiary

    crankboy
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    deadlydarcy
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    I dunno those lyrics were pretty incendiary

    I dunno mate, I daren’t read them lest I go out and do some killin’ loike.

    EDIT: Fifteen THOUSAND!! 😀

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