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    The DUP-TORY MERGER COULD BE THE START OF A NEW BRITIISH SECTARIAN WAR.

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    Great that is all the UK needs is a load of Micks & Mozzies running riot, well done Mrs May

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    #3, No Lewis that problem rests firmly with T Bliar. If SF kick off it only proves that the GFA wasn't worth the paper it was written on and the lives lost were in vain, but sure we knew that anyway. As usual it only shows the complete incompetence of the Labour Party then and now.

    This time they should be held to account as the terrorists they are. Once the ''commander'' and his ilk are removed and replaced honorable folk can move on..... Yea gawd its 2017 and this mob are still ruling the roost
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    There has been mention of so called hard men in these posts and I said there is no such thing unless they are made of concrete. Beleive me if anyone thinks different they are no different than anyone else, they die calling to their God in their suffering or as more likely their mother. The so called hard men in the Irish terrorist movement are no different. JWS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by j.sabourn View Post
    There has been mention of so called hard men in these posts and I said there is no such thing unless they are made of concrete. Beleive me if anyone thinks different they are no different than anyone else, they die calling to their God in their suffering or as more likely their mother. The so called hard men in the Irish terrorist movement are no different. JWS.
    The term hard men refers to there inability to reform and move along with the times. Just remember a handful of terrorists in Ireland kept 25,000 troops and the second largest police force in the UK tied up for 30+years and at the drop of a hat they could do it again. Everyone is missing the point. This coalition with the DUP will not end well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis McColl View Post
    The term hard men refers to there inability to reform and move along with the times. Just remember a handful of terrorists in Ireland kept 25,000 troops and the second largest police force in the UK tied up for 30+years and at the drop of a hat they could do it again. Everyone is missing the point. This coalition with the DUP will not end well.
    So we just give in to terrorists again Lewis??

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    Quote Originally Posted by gray_marian View Post
    #3, No Lewis that problem rests firmly with T Bliar. If SF kick off it only proves that the GFA wasn't worth the paper it was written on and the lives lost were in vain, but sure we knew that anyway. As usual it only shows the complete incompetence of the Labour Party then and now.

    This time they should be held to account as the terrorists they are. Once the ''commander'' and his ilk are removed and replaced honorable folk can move on..... Yea gawd its 2017 and this mob are still ruling the roost
    Marian, John Major was also part of drafting the GFA. If Tony Blair was to blame for everything in this country why was it the British electorate kept on voting him and his Labour party back into power from 1997/2007/2010 with Brown as PM. Perhaps when the IRA hit the Financial sector of the city of London again 1993 & 1996 Blair & Co came under pressure to get a peace agreement, money talks& and terrorists walk!!!!! Also if our greatest allies, USA, had stopped turning a blind eye to the rattling of collection tins for NORAID a swifter solution may have been found. TicToc the clock now moves back. Coalition of Chaos as Corbyn described it yesterday.
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    Simple Lewis, John Major was pretty weak as PM that's why T.Bliar got in. A fair old percentage of Labour supporters in hindsight now regret voting for him. As for your theory on money talks well of course it does especially Tony, he always strives for siller and the fame in his pocket. The USA support for the ''homeland'' took a nose dive when hit with 911!! Then they realised what the UK were up against. I'm not against Labour per se but they sure have had their share of sycophants leading them. JC on the media already with his inane drivel re how sprinklers should be installed in all London tower blocks, has he no shame courting voters on this current catastrophe. Thinks we were all born yesterday....most of his voters were.
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    Marian, if John Major was weak he certainly pulled the rug from under labour in 1992 and snuffed out the fires of the Welsh Dragon Kinnock, who by the way I never had any time for him or his Mrs. If you think Blair lined his pockets those two did not do so bad either. All politicians are pigs at the trough.

    A fair old percentage of Labour supporters in hindsight now regret voting for him?? as in this recent election with the Theresa May losing a lot of her seats and putting the country on the road to nowhere.

    To be honest I would have thought that a sprinkler system would have a been a standard thing to have fitted in any tower block, not in the actual flats but at least in the public spaces such as hallway and stairwells so at least to give folk a fighting chance to get out in the event of a fire.

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