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Go and have a cup of tea, big man.

It's like pulling apart a fly
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You're pulling alot of something alright

The double post slagging double posts was amazing dude. :lol:

Love your work, no comment on the up to date poll no? Can't hack detail, not top of the class were you old sport
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Come on now, big boy, deep breaths.

Ask the missus to find your stress ball
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Ask your missus to.....oh yeah
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It's like tormenting a bull.

Lost his head :lol:
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Nothing says ass kicking quite like the desperate attempt to declare victory.

I'm curious the state pays me to do nothing. How do you have so much free time?
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Alas, my free time just ran out.

I'll be back later with my matador's cape for some more fun and games big boy :thumbup:
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Hope the line at the dole office is short little man :thumbup:
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As entertaining as you are Mr Dom, maybe act more your age and all that.

Internet persona in your late 30s is not something to boast about
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Mullet and DD should just ride and get it over and done with
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Winnie wrote: Thu Mar 04, 2021 4:37 pm Mullet and DD should just ride and get it over and done with
I think he's got an action man thing down there
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You guys just can't get enough :lol:

Who needs a house when you can live in the swarm's heads rent-free.

8)
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MrDominator wrote: Thu Mar 04, 2021 6:21 pm You guys just can't get enough :lol:

Who needs a house when you can live in the swarm's heads rent-free.

8)
The only house comparable to you is a bungalow.
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MrDominator wrote: Thu Mar 04, 2021 6:21 pm You guys just can't get enough :lol:

Who needs a house when you can live in the swarm's heads rent-free.

8)
At least your out of your Ma's attic
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Frost moves again:
Boris Johnson has plunged deeper into a bitter row with the EU by announcing fresh measures in Northern Ireland, as the bloc on Thursday threatened to hit Britain with trade tariffs if it failed to back down.

Just hours after the UK moved to unilaterally extend grace periods for Northern Irish supermarkets by six months, the Government announced it would now seek to ease trade barriers on parcels.

Lord David Frost, the minister in charge of EU relations, has issued an indefinite relaxation of customs requirements on parcels being sent from British businesses to consumers in the province.

The move will prevent companies such as John Lewis and Amazon being hit by added red tape when delivering to Northern Ireland, with a six-month extension for business-to-business parcels also implemented until October.
Slapping the EU/Irish around like absolute bitches :lol:
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MrDominator wrote: Thu Mar 04, 2021 10:59 pm Frost moves again:
Boris Johnson has plunged deeper into a bitter row with the EU by announcing fresh measures in Northern Ireland, as the bloc on Thursday threatened to hit Britain with trade tariffs if it failed to back down.

Just hours after the UK moved to unilaterally extend grace periods for Northern Irish supermarkets by six months, the Government announced it would now seek to ease trade barriers on parcels.

Lord David Frost, the minister in charge of EU relations, has issued an indefinite relaxation of customs requirements on parcels being sent from British businesses to consumers in the province.

The move will prevent companies such as John Lewis and Amazon being hit by added red tape when delivering to Northern Ireland, with a six-month extension for business-to-business parcels also implemented until October.
Slapping the EU/Irish around like absolute bitches :lol:
It’s like Agincourt, Trafalgar, Drogheda and DDay all wrapped up in one
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Winnie wrote: Thu Mar 04, 2021 11:08 pm
MrDominator wrote: Thu Mar 04, 2021 10:59 pm Frost moves again:
Boris Johnson has plunged deeper into a bitter row with the EU by announcing fresh measures in Northern Ireland, as the bloc on Thursday threatened to hit Britain with trade tariffs if it failed to back down.

Just hours after the UK moved to unilaterally extend grace periods for Northern Irish supermarkets by six months, the Government announced it would now seek to ease trade barriers on parcels.

Lord David Frost, the minister in charge of EU relations, has issued an indefinite relaxation of customs requirements on parcels being sent from British businesses to consumers in the province.

The move will prevent companies such as John Lewis and Amazon being hit by added red tape when delivering to Northern Ireland, with a six-month extension for business-to-business parcels also implemented until October.
Slapping the EU/Irish around like absolute bitches :lol:
It’s like Agincourt, Trafalgar, Drogheda and DDay all wrapped up in one
Quite magnificent, isn't it, sport?

There's only one top wallah in these islands: the British Lion 8)
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For those of you who think loyalist threats are fake. Police found a grenade with explosives in it, in a house in a loyalist area of my town yesterday.

There are loyalist signs going up all over the town about how we won’t let NI be sold out by the EU or England and after 100years NI will remain part of Britain. This is in rural County Tyrone and not east Antrim or Belfast.
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I am shocked! Shocked to see loyalists threaten to use violence to resist the will of Parliament
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Mullet 2 wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 9:05 am I am shocked! Shocked to see loyalists threaten to use violence to resist the will of Parliament
It’s learned behaviour unfortunately
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It sure is Winnie

From the days when your Grandfathers signed the Ulster League and Convenient and imported German weapons on the eve of war and reintroduced the gun.

Loyalisms claim to support law and order is a farce and yet again it threatens violence to subvert the will of the majority and this time it’s not even a majority in its precious three counties.
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Mullet 2 wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 9:14 am It sure is Winnie

From the days when your Grandfathers signed the Ulster League and Convenient and imported German weapons on the eve of war and reintroduced the gun.

Loyalisms claim to support law and order is a farce and yet again it threatens violence to subvert the will of the majority and this time it’s not even a majority in its precious three counties.
Violence gets things done on the island of Ireland
That’s been clear from 1916 and was shown again in the troubles
Doesn’t make it right
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Winnie wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 9:19 am
Mullet 2 wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 9:14 am It sure is Winnie

From the days when your Grandfathers signed the Ulster League and Convenient and imported German weapons on the eve of war and reintroduced the gun.

Loyalisms claim to support law and order is a farce and yet again it threatens violence to subvert the will of the majority and this time it’s not even a majority in its precious three counties.
Violence gets things done on the island of Ireland
That’s been clear from 1916 and was shown again in the troubles
Doesn’t make it right
It’s been clear since the English first started invading.
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Winnie wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 9:19 am
Mullet 2 wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 9:14 am It sure is Winnie

From the days when your Grandfathers signed the Ulster League and Convenient and imported German weapons on the eve of war and reintroduced the gun.

Loyalisms claim to support law and order is a farce and yet again it threatens violence to subvert the will of the majority and this time it’s not even a majority in its precious three counties.
Violence gets things done on the island of Ireland
That’s been clear from 1916 and was shown again in the troubles
Doesn’t make it right
The troubles achieved nothing that wasn’t achieved at Sunningdale.

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If the Irish want unity why not rejoin the UK?

They will have more say in their day to day affairs than as part of the EU.

The EU showed that they couldn't give a monkeys about Ireland during the article 16 farce.

They also may get their vaccines sometime this century and will be able to export their Whiskey to the USA without tariff
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Willie Falloon wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 9:03 am For those of you who think loyalist threats are fake. Police found a grenade with explosives in it, in a house in a loyalist area of my town yesterday.

There are loyalist signs going up all over the town about how we won’t let NI be sold out by the EU or England and after 100years NI will remain part of Britain. This is in rural County Tyrone and not east Antrim or Belfast.
I, for one, am seriously shitting myself..... Really, I am.
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mdaclarke wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 10:53 am If the Irish want unity why not rejoin the UK?

They will have more say in their day to day affairs than as part of the EU.
That's a bold suggestion. Is that just a throw away remark or have you put any thought into that?

I'd like to understand where you're coming from if you're serious,
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Nice to see Winnie admitting that Unionist are basically anti-democrats who will turn to violence if they don't get their own way. Do you think Arlene put the illegal Loyalist terrorists up to it when she met them last week ?
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camroc1 wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 1:40 pm Nice to see Winnie admitting that Unionist are basically anti-democrats who will turn to violence if they don't get their own way. Do you think Arlene put the illegal Loyalist terrorists up to it when she met them last week ?

“Anti democrat “


“Reverse brexit”


:lol:
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camroc1 wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 1:40 pm Nice to see Winnie admitting that Unionist are basically anti-democrats who will turn to violence if they don't get their own way. Do you think Arlene put the illegal Loyalist terrorists up to it when she met them last week ?
Now Cammy, are you wise putting your head above the parapet with your provo leanings?
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mdaclarke wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 10:53 am If the Irish want unity why not rejoin the UK?

They will have more say in their day to day affairs than as part of the EU.

The EU showed that they couldn't give a monkeys about Ireland during the article 16 farce.

They also may get their vaccines sometime this century and will be able to export their Whiskey to the USA without tariff
You nearly had us you wily fox.

All it needed was glass beads and you'd have been swamped by the demands of the swarm to return to the mother hive.
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freewheelan wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 9:31 am
Winnie wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 9:19 am
Mullet 2 wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 9:14 am It sure is Winnie

From the days when your Grandfathers signed the Ulster League and Convenient and imported German weapons on the eve of war and reintroduced the gun.

Loyalisms claim to support law and order is a farce and yet again it threatens violence to subvert the will of the majority and this time it’s not even a majority in its precious three counties.
Violence gets things done on the island of Ireland
That’s been clear from 1916 and was shown again in the troubles
Doesn’t make it right
It’s been clear since the English first started invading.
Lets be honest
If it wasnt for the civilization that the british brought you, you would all still be shoeless and up to your arse in peat bog
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camroc1 wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 1:40 pm Nice to see Winnie admitting that Unionist are basically anti-democrats who will turn to violence if they don't get their own way. Do you think Arlene put the illegal Loyalist terrorists up to it when she met them last week ?
Loyalists and Unionists aren't exactly the same you know.
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Bogbunny wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 3:01 pm
camroc1 wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 1:40 pm Nice to see Winnie admitting that Unionist are basically anti-democrats who will turn to violence if they don't get their own way. Do you think Arlene put the illegal Loyalist terrorists up to it when she met them last week ?
Loyalists and Unionists aren't exactly the same you know.
Unionists can read
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redderneck wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 2:27 pm
mdaclarke wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 10:53 am If the Irish want unity why not rejoin the UK?

They will have more say in their day to day affairs than as part of the EU.

The EU showed that they couldn't give a monkeys about Ireland during the article 16 farce.

They also may get their vaccines sometime this century and will be able to export their Whiskey to the USA without tariff
You nearly had us you wily fox.

All it needed was glass beads and you'd have been swamped by the demands of the swarm to return to the mother hive.
Haha!! mdaclarke have you landed on the earth or something? Do you just bush the 800 years of torturous, genocidal former British rule in Ireland under the carpet and start again? We will never forget.

What we experience under the EU is a millions times better than what we ever got from being forcefully held in the UK.
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Winnie wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 2:23 pm
camroc1 wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 1:40 pm Nice to see Winnie admitting that Unionist are basically anti-democrats who will turn to violence if they don't get their own way. Do you think Arlene put the illegal Loyalist terrorists up to it when she met them last week ?
Now Cammy, are you wise putting your head above the parapet with your provo leanings?
That's that peculiar Nordie thing again, isn't it ? When you can't refute an argument, smear smear and smear again.
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Bogbunny wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 3:01 pm
camroc1 wrote: Fri Mar 05, 2021 1:40 pm Nice to see Winnie admitting that Unionist are basically anti-democrats who will turn to violence if they don't get their own way. Do you think Arlene put the illegal Loyalist terrorists up to it when she met them last week ?
Loyalists and Unionists aren't exactly the same you know.
In fairness I should have typed political unionism, as that's what I meant.
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This is too good/accurate/true not to have been posted previously:

In fact, it's worth posting again!

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr ... ion-brexit

In 1921, Sir Edward Carson, leader of the Irish unionists, uttered words anyone tempted to fall for the charms of English Tories should learn by heart. “What a fool I was. I was only a puppet, and so was Ulster, and so was Ireland, in the political game that was to get the Conservative party into power.”

So the Loyalists threaten violence against an international treaty their political allies agreed to, the 'Conservative & Unionist party' show that they can't be trusted to adhere to an Agreement they've just signed (and spent 4 yrs negotiating)

Even good old Churchill knew that “those who fail to learn from history are condemned to repeat it.” (Speech in 1948)


But carry on lads, you're doing a great job of managing to alienate everyone again......you're possibly even getting better at it!
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"The orange card is the one to play"

Randolph Chruchill.

The Tories have played them like a fiddle for 150 years.
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That's the English card played everywhere since forever

Divide and rule.

They're doing it again with the EU

1st they dont allow diplomatic status to EU in London
2nd Ignoring NI protocol
3rd they will try to undermine confidence in EU and sow discontent in the EU 27 so that they can get back to bilateral relations with individual countries .

There is only one country who can control them and that's the yanks. Unfortunately the yanks don't like the EU either
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