Sending NI GSM back because IRA in Parliament

My the site narcissist is online. Your entitled to your opinion. That’s all they are though. Opinions.

It’s a well known fact on here that I’m a Labour voter. I’m in the minority on here but I’m probably not the only one. We live in a democracy and I’ve voted Labour for the last forty years and will continue to do so.

Labour are a party who have run the country in the past, the last time for 16 years, and they will run it again one day in the future. For all your efforts to portray them as an extremist organisation that fits in with your own political narrative, Labour are a mainstream political party and millions of ordinary people like myself vote for them.

Jeremy Corbyn is a supporter of peace in Northern Ireland. He’s never been a supporter of violence of any kind in Northern Ireland or anywhere else in the world. He’s met people over the years and held discussions with them to try and encourage people away from the gun and the bomb and to sit at the negotiating table.

The Good Friday Agreement which brought peace to Northern Ireland was initially started by Tony Blair who was at the time a newly elected Labour Prime Minister.

Tony Blair didn’t do it all on his own though and it wasn’t just the Labour Party that kicked off the Good Friday Agreement.

Various politicians since the 1970’s when the latest round of the troubles kicked off have sat down with Irish nationalists either directly or indirectly to try and kick start some kind of process to stop the killing and the maiming.

You slag off Jeremy Corbyn for meeting Irish nationalists. Yet you don’t mention Ted Heath or Margaret Thatcher or John Major who all held discussions with Irish nationalists or the various high level politicians from mainstream political parties including the Conservatives who met Irish Nationalists at the direction of the Prime Minister of their time to hold discussions with those Irish nationalists.

The truth is you couldn’t care less because all you really want is something to use as an excuse for some more preening of yourself as an arrser who thinks he holds some sway around here.

Yep, the real issue here is that you see it as an opportunity to bump your gums at another site member.

You’re a dick. You always have been a dick and you will always continue to be a dick.

You personalise the issue because in your mind it makes you portrays as a legend in your own dreams.

You were a storeman in the mob. The fact you held rank still doesn’t change that fact. You ran the stores. For all those years that you were in the mob, the piece of kit that was most held in your fingers was a pen as you handed it to soldiers to sign for what was being issued to them.

I would imagine when you sat in your stores in sandy places behind the tall walls that kept the nasty people out, you probably watched soldiers going out on patrol with a little admiration for their guts to do what they were doing and also with a little gratitude that it wasn’t you running out of that gate at full pelt looking for the enemy.

Any doubts are quickly suppressed though aren’t they. So that you can continue to justify your legend of greatness in your own mind, you come on here and ceaselessly look for opportunities to throw your weight around.

I’m not playing because I can’t be arrsed to respond to what would be an incessant childish loud and rude narrative from someone who’s sole reason for breathing is to sit there with the single thought in their mind. ‘Me me me me me me me me me me!!

You’re boring, entirely predictable and single minded. Go on holiday or something. I’m sure there’s a beach somewhere with some victims on it who you can abuse for a couple of weeks and and hey! You’ll get a suntan as well!
Christ, that is Bugsy style not bothered.

Why do you keep equating Thatcher/Blair/Major with Corbyn? They were all PMs, he was/is just a student who has never grown up and is against everything and anything that the "establishment" supports.
Did any of the PMs you mention invite convicted IRA terrorists into the house of commons 2 weeks after the IRA murdered an MP in the Brighton bombings? That cunt Corbyn would had previously seen Anthony Berry numerous times in the Commons and yet he still pissed all over his memory so everyone could see what a rebel he was.

If he was doing such a great job why did Kinnock think Corbyn was being a wanker? Was Kinnock secretly a Tory?

Socialists will even defend an IRA supporter so long as they were also a socialist.

Oh and just to prove what a gigapenis you are, most suppliers until quite recently never worked in a QM/SQMs, the infantry had more bods working in the QMs than the RLC. Maybe you were too busy voting for arseholes who support terrorists to notice.
 
Hello.

Clair Fox is an avowed supporter not only of Irish unity, but of achieving it through murder.


The Government has asked HM to appoint Fox to the House of Lords.

To my way of thinking, this is both an invitation to a traitorous cheerleader for murderers, and an insult to every Crown servant who did Parliament's bidding from 1969 onwards.


I intend to send my GSM back in protest.

Anyone else?
I don't know what's worse, darksiders or RDs.
 
Right !! That's done it !! I'm sending my medal back 'cos it represents slavery and other racist stuff !! They will be sorry !! They will apologise !! They will take the knee !!
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Pffft... Just wait till mine lands on their mat. I’ll be fucking showing them the meaning of proper outrage...

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Psssst... what are we outraged about again?
 
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Jeremy met Irish nationlists because he supported their cause and their methods - he was meeting them to show solidarity with them.

The other politicians met with them to try and stop the violence and killings.
If he really wanted 'peace' (as opposed to just supporting the nationalist cause), surely he would have consistently and publically engaged with the loyalist groupings as well? I may be wrong, but I don't ever recall these being invited to tea on the terrace of the HoC.

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My the site narcissist is online. Your entitled to your opinion. That’s all they are though. Opinions.

It’s a well known fact on here that I’m a Labour voter. I’m in the minority on here but I’m probably not the only one. We live in a democracy and I’ve voted Labour for the last forty years and will continue to do so.

Labour are a party who have run the country in the past, the last time for 16 years, and they will run it again one day in the future. For all your efforts to portray them as an extremist organisation that fits in with your own political narrative, Labour are a mainstream political party and millions of ordinary people like myself vote for them.

Jeremy Corbyn is a supporter of peace in Northern Ireland. He’s never been a supporter of violence of any kind in Northern Ireland or anywhere else in the world. He’s met people over the years and held discussions with them to try and encourage people away from the gun and the bomb and to sit at the negotiating table.

The Good Friday Agreement which brought peace to Northern Ireland was initially started by Tony Blair who was at the time a newly elected Labour Prime Minister.

Tony Blair didn’t do it all on his own though and it wasn’t just the Labour Party that kicked off the Good Friday Agreement.

Various politicians since the 1970’s when the latest round of the troubles kicked off have sat down with Irish nationalists either directly or indirectly to try and kick start some kind of process to stop the killing and the maiming.

You slag off Jeremy Corbyn for meeting Irish nationalists. Yet you don’t mention Ted Heath or Margaret Thatcher or John Major who all held discussions with Irish nationalists or the various high level politicians from mainstream political parties including the Conservatives who met Irish Nationalists at the direction of the Prime Minister of their time to hold discussions with those Irish nationalists.

The truth is you couldn’t care less because all you really want is something to use as an excuse for some more preening of yourself as an arrser who thinks he holds some sway around here.

Yep, the real issue here is that you see it as an opportunity to bump your gums at another site member.

You’re a dick. You always have been a dick and you will always continue to be a dick.

You personalise the issue because in your mind it makes you portrays as a legend in your own dreams.

You were a storeman in the mob. The fact you held rank still doesn’t change that fact. You ran the stores. For all those years that you were in the mob, the piece of kit that was most held in your fingers was a pen as you handed it to soldiers to sign for what was being issued to them.

I would imagine when you sat in your stores in sandy places behind the tall walls that kept the nasty people out, you probably watched soldiers going out on patrol with a little admiration for their guts to do what they were doing and also with a little gratitude that it wasn’t you running out of that gate at full pelt looking for the enemy.

Any doubts are quickly suppressed though aren’t they. So that you can continue to justify your legend of greatness in your own mind, you come on here and ceaselessly look for opportunities to throw your weight around.

I’m not playing because I can’t be arrsed to respond to what would be an incessant childish loud and rude narrative from someone who’s sole reason for breathing is to sit there with the single thought in their mind. ‘Me me me me me me me me me me!!

You’re boring, entirely predictable and single minded. Go on holiday or something. I’m sure there’s a beach somewhere with some victims on it who you can abuse for a couple of weeks and and hey! You’ll get a suntan as well!
Triggered :-D
 
Still here then, still a prisoner of the COs.
Its a tragedy how they won't allow you to leave and refuse to delete your account.
Must be getting on for 5 years since you tried to leave.

The sit-rep is that it's always been in the hands of the site admin. I made the request. I'm still here but only because my request hasn't been acted on. When the site administrators find time to do it, I'm sure they will.

Any sit-rep on when you are going to man up and behave like responsible contributor rather than part of the childish pack of twats who seem to be claiming this site as their own?
 
Still here then, still a prisoner of the COs.
Its a tragedy how they won't allow you to leave and refuse to delete your account.
Must be getting on forv5 years since you tried to leave.
5 years since he had an amusing hissy fit.

How we all laughed...
 
The Good Friday Agreement which brought peace to Northern Ireland was initially started by Tony Blair who was at the time a newly elected Labour Prime Minister.
:D :D :D

Some guy is Teflon Tony

Became PM in May 1997 and managed to start the GFA and bring it to a signed conclusion a mere 11 months later in April 1998.

Jeebus
 
5 years since he had an amusing hissy fit.

How we all laughed...
We won't mention his depraved fetish regarding handicapped kids and him trying to get people googling images of kids with disabilities...
 
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Nearly 6 we should organise a birthday for it, or something.
It's a shame that bokkatankie is no longer here to see it.
1/3 of the spackers on that thread managed to quit
 

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Apparently @Auld-Yin is sending back his medal from some long forgotten slavery campaign in Lucania 500 BCE.
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We won't mention his depraved fetish regarding handicapped kids and him trying to get people googling images of kids with disabilities...
There were several embarrassing meltdowns on that thread from the site fuckwits.

It was some of my finest work.
 
Jeremy Corbyn is a supporter of peace in Northern Ireland. He’s never been a supporter of violence of any kind in Northern Ireland or anywhere else in the world. He’s met people over the years and held discussions with them to try and encourage people away from the gun and the bomb and to sit at the negotiating table.
That's hilarious

The Good Friday Agreement which brought peace to Northern Ireland was initially started by Tony Blair who was at the time a newly elected Labour Prime Minister.

Tony Blair didn’t do it all on his own though and it wasn’t just the Labour Party that kicked off the Good Friday Agreement.
I think you'll find that not many people either claim to or agree that Blair did it on his own. You're no way in touch with how people think about the GFA, if you agree that

You slag off Jeremy Corbyn for meeting Irish nationalists. Yet you don’t mention Ted Heath or Margaret Thatcher or John Major who all held discussions with Irish nationalists or the various high level politicians from mainstream political parties including the Conservatives who met Irish Nationalists at the direction of the Prime Minister of their time to hold discussions with those Irish nationalists.
I'm sure the PM's you name above didn't actively supported the concept of what the IRA wanted, and supported the release of their convicted terrorists. There's a distinct difference between discussions to make peace, or siding up to murderers to make peace only for what the Republicans side wanted.
Remind how many time he sat down with the Unionists?

You were a storeman in the mob. The fact you held rank still doesn’t change that fact. You ran the stores. For all those years that you were in the mob, the piece of kit that was most held in your fingers was a pen as you handed it to soldiers to sign for what was being issued to them.

I would imagine when you sat in your stores in sandy places behind the tall walls that kept the nasty people out, you probably watched soldiers going out on patrol with a little admiration for their guts to do what they were doing and also with a little gratitude that it wasn’t you running out of that gate at full pelt looking for the enemy.
You haven't a fcuking clue have you Grandad?
 

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