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  1. Comment on What’s driving this animus against Suffolk Protestants?
    on 29 July 2013 at 7:23 pm

    DC, you’re just bitter because LAD Fleg destroyed you. Don’t be so pissed off, baby.

    The Irish News can’t help it if much of loyalist “culture” – traipsing through catholic areas with little orange sashes, putting up seven flags on every lamppost, burning catholic flags and tyres etc. – is a load of infantile bollocks. Even your fellow Protestants in the middle-classes bugger off to Donegal and Spain to get away from it.

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  2. Comment on What’s driving this animus against Suffolk Protestants?
    on 29 July 2013 at 7:04 pm

    Anyone know if IBA/St. James’ hoods were involved here?

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  3. Comment on What’s driving this animus against Suffolk Protestants?
    on 29 July 2013 at 4:05 pm

    Mick do you know if any of these scumbags also placed the Mary statute on top of the Springfield Rd. bonfire?

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  4. Comment on What’s driving this animus against Suffolk Protestants?
    on 29 July 2013 at 3:20 pm

    Drink, drugs, boredom and visceral hatred – similar to the regular incursions on Short Strand, only Suffolk was not orchestrated by DUP-fêted paramilitaries. There’s no indication that it was pre-planned.

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  5. Comment on Why so few online unionist bloggers, commentators etc..?
    on 29 July 2013 at 2:27 pm

    Look at what the right-wing Catholic fundamentalists are up to now – will this pogrom [sic] ever stop?!?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-23481755

    Ulster [sic] Press [sic] Center [megalolz]: any evidence to back up your deeply irresponsible and potentially libellous comments with regard to the Eglinton CC secretary? No? Thought not.

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  6. Comment on Why so few online unionist bloggers, commentators etc..?
    on 29 July 2013 at 2:24 pm

    With Mick Fealty lending credence to bizarre Virgin Mary statue conspiracies, why do unionist propagandists have to bother?

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  7. Comment on Why so few online unionist bloggers, commentators etc..?
    on 28 July 2013 at 10:55 pm

    Joe, as you probably know, the Strabane cricket club is vast majority catholic today, while the Sion is more mixed but still Catholic-majority. I don’t think there’s a more shining example of cross-community cohesion than Sion Mills.

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  8. Comment on Why so few online unionist bloggers, commentators etc..?
    on 28 July 2013 at 10:50 pm

    UPC: where did I comment about the Lower Ormeau incident that you allege? That’s right, I didn’t, because I haven’t a clue about it. I don’t know whether it happened or you’re telling lies (again).

    As for your Eglinton conspiracy theory: get a life ffs.

    As for Ruth “thon taigs burn tricolours too, so they do” Patterson, yeah – whatever, great source.

    https://twitter.com/kevinmageebiz/status/361567867440865281

    even the “right-wing, catholic fundamentalist” bbc are in on the anti-Orange conspiracy!!!!

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  9. Comment on Why so few online unionist bloggers, commentators etc..?
    on 28 July 2013 at 9:58 pm

    Cheers Joe, the guy’s hysterical.

    fwiw, here are news links to incident in Eglinton – no suggestion whatsoever that this had a sectarian edge; in fact, knowing Eglinton as well as I do, it’s far more likely to be the work of cross-community thugs.

    http://www.u.tv/News/Cricket-pitch-vandalised-ahead-of-final/700ae244-731a-4de9-bf4b-0f21cc2fac41

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-foyle-west-23431550

    I’ve spent manys a Saturday afternoon lazing in the spring sunshine at the boundary. In the UTV video, the club secretary says: “we’re a totally mixed club religion-wise, race-wise…”

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  10. Comment on Why so few online unionist bloggers, commentators etc..?
    on 28 July 2013 at 8:11 pm

    UPC,

    what evidence do you have that the vandalism at Eglinton was committed by those with sectarian motives? In any case, you’re entirely wrong: in many places throughout the north-west, like Eglinton, Sion and Strabane, cricket in the preserve of Catholics, including several family members of my own.

    With regard to the “attempted pogrom” in west Belfast: this was a disgusting attack carried out by drunken, thuggish youths leaving a house party, but a pogrom it was not. Enough with the melodrama, ok? Chill man.

    As for Derry: yep, scumbags and Protestant-haters, no doubt. But as for the “far-right, catholic fundamentalist” line: jog on. The filth committing those attacks probably haven’t seen the inside of a Catholic church since they were baptised.

    Look forward to your evidence that the mindless vandalism at Eglinton was committed by sectarian thugs, whether they were Catholic or Protestant, in what is a completely ‘mixed’ village. Cheers.

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