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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-03-21, 8:33 am

Some can't forgive his past, others say he was crucial to bringing peace:


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Martin McGuinness dies aged 66
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Post  Billy D on 2017-03-21, 9:40 am

Well maybe there is a god after all.
I'm glad the murderous old c**t is dead.
Should have been slotted by the British decades ago.
Sanctioned hundreds of murders this man.
How do I feel about it?
Very Happy Smile Cool Wink bounce cheers drunken lol! yipeee dancer big kiss
And when the bar opens I'm off out to celebrate the cunts demise.
All the best.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-03-21, 11:19 am

An understandable reaction Billy and undoubtedly he was responsible for many deaths. However he seems to also have been a key player in bringing peace to Northern Ireland.

Personally I could never rejoice in any death but understand why others do.

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Post  Billy D on 2017-03-21, 12:04 pm

cyprussyd wrote:An understandable reaction Billy and undoubtedly he was responsible for many deaths. However he seems to also have been a key player in bringing peace to Northern Ireland.

Personally I could never rejoice in any death but understand why others do.
Peace at what cost?
"We'll stop killing innocent people if you do what we want."
The Loyalists did all the giving up of power.
If it were not for that the troops would still be on the streets.
Northern Ireland still sits on a knife edge & it always will do.
Certain sections of the paramilitaries don't like the calm at all as they can't apply their trade of extortion, racketeering, protection, knee cappings, drug dealing, prostitution anymore.

Seven f*cking tours I did in that place & I can tell you now, it's one f*cked up country.
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Post  silvers on 2017-03-21, 3:55 pm

cyprussyd wrote:An understandable reaction Billy and undoubtedly he was responsible for many deaths. However he seems to also have been a key player in bringing peace to Northern Ireland.

Personally I could never rejoice in any death but understand why others do.

The assassination of Mountbatten...

The attempt on the life if the then  British PM

Bombings, loss of life / the maiming of people on mainland GB too

..all smoothed over...

..immunity from prosecution...

It will be a long time if ever for most people to forget..........
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-03-21, 4:14 pm


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Post  Billy D on 2017-03-21, 5:01 pm

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I hope he gets leposy.
Thick ibnorant Irish cvunt.
I hop he dies. Fuckin spastic.
I is pissed, been a good day.
One less cumt on the vfase of the earth.
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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2017-03-21, 6:04 pm

Why always drag SAFC into it as he left us in 2013 & has now had longer spells at both Wigan & WBA than he had with us.

The hatred that this man causes is only surpassed by that shown in the press.  Evil or Very Mad

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Post  barrowmackem on 2017-03-22, 9:13 am

its the past, always look forward or nothing ever changes. Look back in anger and we would all still hate the Germans.

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-03-22, 9:51 am

barrowmackem wrote:its the past, always look forward or nothing ever changes. Look back in anger and we would all still hate the Germans.
Wise words indeed  Smile
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Post  Billy D on 2017-03-22, 10:55 am

Tony Blair & the Good Friday Agreement.
This is what the charlatan will want to be remembered for.
His legacy, his epitaph, the man that brought peace to the streets of Ulster.

But what did this entail?
Well for one thing, a lot of murderers let out of prison early, from both sides I may add.
The Loyalist paramilitaries couldn't agree amongst themselves & the Provo's had so many supergrasses working for Special Branch that they trusted no-one. That's why they shot so many of their own dead. Many innocently.

Ulster was gerrymandered my the British to keep the Catholic population out of power.
Of that I am in no doubt as I have witnessed it with my own eyes.
Poor cunts couldn't get jobs & were treat like second class citizens.

Still, I wasn't there to take sides, I was there to keep the peace at which I failed miserably.
You have to have been amongst them to understand the situation.
It's a totally polarised place - they f*cking hate each other to the point of murder.
300 years of pure hatred isn't gonna disappear overnight Mr Blair.

I keep hearing of the shoot to kill policy.
I can confirm that it was definitely in place under the Thatcher government.
We were all issued with what was called the yellow card on which was printed the rules of engagement.
We were told in a very upfront way, if you open fire aim for the torso as it's the biggest part of a person.
Under no circumstances should you aim to maim or disable. Shoot to kill.

I came home from a nightshift years later & watched a programme called Loyalists & Provos.
Every one of the men interviewed had been in prison for murder, from both sides.
To a man they all said the same thing.
Had they been born & raised in a different place then it would never have happened.
Lets face facts, there's no hatred in a new born baby.
It's put there by parents & grandparents.
Conditioning you to the environment you are gonna grow up in.
And that's just about the saddest part of all for me.
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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-03-22, 11:45 am

Apparently they have abandoned the investigation whether or not he was using a gun during Bloody Sunday!

It was only because he was a ruthless murdering bastard that the IRA terrorists listened to him at the start of the peace process...that and they were losing anyhow
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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-03-22, 12:21 pm

Billy D wrote:Tony Blair & the Good Friday Agreement.
This is what the charlatan will want to be remembered for.
His legacy, his epitaph, the man that brought peace to the streets of Ulster.

But what did this entail?
Well for one thing, a lot of murderers let out of prison early, from both sides I may add.
The Loyalist paramilitaries couldn't agree amongst themselves & the Provo's had so many supergrasses working for Special Branch that they trusted no-one. That's why they shot so many of their own dead. Many innocently.

Ulster was gerrymandered my the British to keep the Catholic population out of power.
Of that I am in no doubt as I have witnessed it with my own eyes.
Poor cunts couldn't get jobs & were treat like second class citizens.

Still, I wasn't there to take sides, I was there to keep the peace at which I failed miserably.
You have to have been amongst them to understand the situation.
It's a totally polarised place - they f*cking hate each other to the point of murder.
300 years of pure hatred isn't gonna disappear overnight Mr Blair.

I keep hearing of the shoot to kill policy.
I can confirm that it was definitely in place under the Thatcher government.
We were all issued with what was called the yellow card on which was printed the rules of engagement.
We were told in a very upfront way, if you open fire aim for the torso as it's the biggest part of a person.
Under no circumstances should you aim to maim or disable. Shoot to kill.

I came home from a nightshift years later & watched a programme called Loyalists & Provos.
Every one of the men interviewed had been in prison for murder, from both sides.
To a man they all said the same thing.
Had they been born & raised in a different place then it would never have happened.
Lets face facts, there's no hatred in a new born baby.
It's put there by parents & grandparents.
Conditioning you to the environment you are gonna grow up in.
And that's just about the saddest part of all for me.
Excellent post Billy  Smile
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Post  silvers on 2017-03-22, 1:09 pm

Yes, encapsulates everything...
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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-03-22, 2:17 pm

Billy D wrote:Tony Blair & the Good Friday Agreement.
This is what the charlatan will want to be remembered for.
His legacy, his epitaph, the man that brought peace to the streets of Ulster.

But what did this entail?
Well for one thing, a lot of murderers let out of prison early, from both sides I may add.
The Loyalist paramilitaries couldn't agree amongst themselves & the Provo's had so many supergrasses working for Special Branch that they trusted no-one. That's why they shot so many of their own dead. Many innocently.

Ulster was gerrymandered my the British to keep the Catholic population out of power.
Of that I am in no doubt as I have witnessed it with my own eyes.
Poor cunts couldn't get jobs & were treat like second class citizens.

Still, I wasn't there to take sides, I was there to keep the peace at which I failed miserably.
You have to have been amongst them to understand the situation.
It's a totally polarised place - they f*cking hate each other to the point of murder.
300 years of pure hatred isn't gonna disappear overnight Mr Blair.

I keep hearing of the shoot to kill policy.
I can confirm that it was definitely in place under the Thatcher government.
We were all issued with what was called the yellow card on which was printed the rules of engagement.
We were told in a very upfront way, if you open fire aim for the torso as it's the biggest part of a person.
Under no circumstances should you aim to maim or disable. Shoot to kill.

I came home from a nightshift years later & watched a programme called Loyalists & Provos.
Every one of the men interviewed had been in prison for murder, from both sides.
To a man they all said the same thing.
Had they been born & raised in a different place then it would never have happened.
Lets face facts, there's no hatred in a new born baby.
It's put there by parents & grandparents.
Conditioning you to the environment you are gonna grow up in.
And that's just about the saddest part of all for me.

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