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Gaza: the IRA precedent offers hope

#1
Those su**ers of d*gs' d*cks at the Guardian have closed the comment section for the article, so I thought I'd vent here. Forgive me.

Here's the background story, by the Chief D*gD*ck Su**er, Jonathan Freedland.

In it, he states:

...the mention of Northern Ireland, once a byword for strife, is now an invocation of hope...

...Moreover, whatever brutalities were meted out by the British forces in Northern Ireland, they never pounded Belfast from the air using fighter jets. There was state collusion in killings, but the British army did not bomb entire buildings in the Falls Road because it suspected an IRA cell lurked within...
Freedland and his ilk always conveniently turn away from the real facts in favour of their prejudices. If only red-nosed, white-faced, bandy-legged, spangly-costumed fools like him were to refer to the CAIN project for some numbers and a bit of fact and truth before they wrote their stupid pieces on Northern Ireland and how it's all just sunshine in the place....

Would someone suggest to McGuinness, by the way, that he's needed in Gaza? If Freedland thinks that the bastard's welcome to take any part in governing a part of the United Kingdom, he's very wrong.
 
#2
Whiskybreath said:
Those su**ers of d*gs' d*cks at the Guardian have closed the comment section for the article, so I thought I'd vent here. Forgive me.

Here's the background story, by the Chief D*gD*ck Su**er, Jonathan Freedland.

In it, he states:

...the mention of Northern Ireland, once a byword for strife, is now an invocation of hope...

...Moreover, whatever brutalities were meted out by the British forces in Northern Ireland, they never pounded Belfast from the air using fighter jets. There was state collusion in killings, but the British army did not bomb entire buildings in the Falls Road because it suspected an IRA cell lurked within...
Freedland and his ilk always conveniently turn away from the real facts in favour of their prejudices. If only red-nosed, white-faced, bandy-legged, spangly-costumed fools like him were to refer to the CAIN project for some numbers and a bit of fact and truth before they wrote their stupid pieces on Northern Ireland and how it's all just sunshine in the place....

Would someone suggest to McGuinness, by the way, that he's needed in Gaza? If Freedland thinks that the bastard's welcome to take any part in governing a part of the United Kingdom, he's very wrong.
Interesting notion. I came round to thinking yesterday that either McGuinness or Adams might be better UN envoys than the notably invisible Blair
 

the_boy_syrup

LE
Book Reviewer
#3
McGuinnes and Blair Haven't they got it bad enough over there without those two cunts turning up?

Blair advises Israeli Goverment spend £900 million on an enquiery and let them all out of jail and elect them to your parliment
McGuinnes to Hamas "Claim you stood every fukcer down and nobody was firing at the soliders" also deny you and your bezzie mates are touts
 
#5
feu_de_joie said:
Interesting notion. I came round to thinking yesterday that either McGuinness or Adams might be better UN envoys than the notably invisible Blair
Do you know, I believe you're right. Both could relate their experience of dropping incompetent long-term political planning in favour of personal advantage; I have no doubt whatsoever that a few bucks in the back pocket of the Hamas leadership - perhaps a medal or two - would settle their consciences considerably and keep them quiet. It seems to have done very well in Blair's case.
 
#7
Save your breath. THey are determined to equate the two come hell or high water. There is no relationship at all but WTF does that matter.


I'll bet the Israelis wouldn't let Bliar anywhere near the place and I can understand why - the Wide Mouthed Frog might turn up with him.
 
#8
Er.. Blair is actually supposed to be a special middle eastern peace envoy. Just hasn't been a peep out of him since it all kicked off in Gaza. He's on holiday, or maybe doing a book tour, or something.
 
#9
It struck me as a bizarre appointment; to have the third most hated man in the Arab (and possibly Muslim) world - after George jr and Olmut - as a middle east peace envoy. The Israelis think he's a prick as well.

Good choice.
 
#10
interestednovice said:
Er.. Blair is actually supposed to be a special middle eastern peace envoy. Just hasn't been a peep out of him since it all kicked off in Gaza. He's on holiday, or maybe doing a book tour, or something.
Currently getting a gong off the shaved chimp IIRC
 
#11
vvaannmmaann said:
Has anyone mentioned yet,that Adams and McGuiness were/are British Army touts ?
I'm not sure it has been mentioned, so I'll say it "Adams and McGuiness were/are British Army touts "
 
#12
It is apparently nigh on impossible to get out of Gaza at the moment. I'll chip in a tenner if we can get Blair, McGuinnes and Adams in there "to sort it out".
 
#13
Look...i'm getting sick to the back teath with all this news footage of gaza.
I know he's got an alcahol problem but he needs support from his friends, family and fans if he's going to get through this
 
#14
tripod said:
Look...i'm getting sick to the back teath with all this news footage of gaza.
I know he's got an alcahol problem but he needs support from his friends, family and fans if he's going to get through this
:clap:
 
#15
Herrumph said:
It is apparently nigh on impossible to get out of Gaza at the moment. I'll chip in a tenner if we can get Blair, McGuinnes and Adams in there "to sort it out".
All three in one place, blair, McGuinness, Adams :twisted: .Brown on a hotline to the IDF :lol:
 

the_boy_syrup

LE
Book Reviewer
#16
leveller said:
Herrumph said:
It is apparently nigh on impossible to get out of Gaza at the moment. I'll chip in a tenner if we can get Blair, McGuinnes and Adams in there "to sort it out".
All three in one place, blair, McGuinness, Adams :twisted: .Brown on a hotline to the IDF :lol:
We could raffle it for Help for heroes winner gets to call in an IDF airstrike


I'll start
£10 :wink:
 
#17
the_boy_syrup said:
leveller said:
Herrumph said:
It is apparently nigh on impossible to get out of Gaza at the moment. I'll chip in a tenner if we can get Blair, McGuinnes and Adams in there "to sort it out".
All three in one place, blair, McGuinness, Adams :twisted: .Brown on a hotline to the IDF :lol:
We could raffle it for Help for heroes winner gets to call in an IDF airstrike


I'll start
£10 :wink:
You think you can outbid Mr Brown?????
 
#18
Blair and Sinn feinn cronies are well placed to sort this out.
Blair introduces a set of terrorist appeasement policies.
Adams and Mcginnis advise the rest of the world how to push for it.
The message went out to terrorist groups all over the world TERRORISM WILL WORK IN THE END.
This was because of the appeasement of the Adams generation of terror now legally free as murderers to do as they please as if nothing ever happened. Hard to stomach
 

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