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CELEBRATE DIVERSITY

By Pete Moore On July 12th, 2019

I know, I’m a sucker for multiculturalism, but you can’t deny that people should get out there and celebrate how they enrich society.

61 Responses to “CELEBRATE DIVERSITY”

  1. AOC took part in that?

  2. Absolutely. Let them march where their marches are wanted.

  3. The banner guy ate a few too many egg mcmuffins this past decade

  4. please add some context……

    Who

    What

    Where

    etc etc

  5. This would be one of the July 12th parades

    It’s a big deal.

  6. Not too many spectators.

    Don’t tell me that people are working on a Friday instead of boozing.

  7. Not too many spectators.

    Don’t tell me that people are working on a Friday instead of boozing.

  8. Phantom –

    Quite well attended, apparently –

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-48824821

    PVR –

    This is one blog which wouldn’t need added context.

  9. Bonefires, drugs, massive quantities of alcohol and casual violence last night.

    Marches, lovebites, broken windows and casualty admissions today.

    Celebrating culture.

  10. Interesting that when you click Pete’s link the first song they seem to be playing is the Battle Hymn of the Republic. Bunch of Lundys.

  11. Celebrating culture last year in Highfield estate:

    https://twitter.com/tim_brannigan/status/1017051577574674433

  12. Who here thinks that those things are OK?

    Man up and present yourselves.

  13. Phantom

    What things?

  14. I’m surprised Pete endorses immigrant culture being celebrated.

    I for one am happy to see them celebrate the Papal allies victory at the Boyne…as long as they do so peacefully where they are welcomed by the host communities.

  15. The huge bonfires Embellished with extremely hateful slogans and symbols , Placed very close by to peoples houses

  16. Orange bastards !

    I say that with all due multi cultural respect of course 😉

  17. These bon fires are an insane spectacle that endanger life and property, as well as only exist to intimidate. Why do the courts allow them?

  18. Celebrating culture by intimidating staff who work at a recreational and sports facility:

    https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/belfast-leisure-centre-closed-after-group-of-men-intimidate-staff-38289924.html

  19. Charles

    It’s nothing to do with the courts. It’s the timidity of police , local politicians and wider government in general that’s to blame.

  20. I would think that the neighbors and the police are completely intimidated by violent loyalist gangs who are behind some of the major bonfires

  21. Colm, it almost makes me agree with the first Ming emperor who said “Better a year of tyranny than a day of anarchy!.”

  22. PVR –

    This is one blog which wouldn’t need added context.

    wrong……

    This blog is read by more people than just those in NI……. for instance today is also

    Tea-Painted Landscapes Day, Daydreaming Day, Walking on Your Own Day, Smiley Eyes Day Sail on the Horizon Day…..

    Source:
    https://holidays-today.com/holidays-july-12.html

    People in Northern Ireland have a bank holiday on or after July 12 to commemorate the Battle of Boyne, which occurred on Ireland’s east coast in 1690. It’s also known as “Orangemen’s Day”, “Orange Day”, “the Glorious Twelfth” or just “the Twelfth”.

    Outside of your little island Orange day is as well known as the other holidays listed above……

  23. Pete would scream Bloody murder if a bunch of skells set a huge fire Only steps away from his residence

  24. Tradition is more important than courts. Tradition is the most important thing.

  25. Of course the longest practised tradition in Ireland is the tradition of anti English colonial rebellion. Great to see our Pete championing tradition 😉

  26. I would think that the neighbors and the police are completely intimidated by violent loyalist gangs who are behind some of the major bonfires

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-48947349

    It’s nothing to do with the courts. It’s the timidity of police , local politicians and wider government in general that’s to blame.

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/jun/01/arlene-foster-accepts-invitation-to-lead-orange-order-parade

  27. Pete

    Intimidation of the locals by criminal gangs is a tradition

    Are you entirely sure that you support this activity

  28. Tradition:

    https://www.u105.com/utalk/ambulance-crews-attacked-over-11th-night/?viewmode=0&fbclid=IwAR1rOu1VQJWMAIod8v1JKvPZuLPTSwICSg4ScgUKBoERN9YFLeo1j6FewEg

  29. Phantom

    Pete’s just winding up the taigs *

    * slang for Catholics for those who aren’t familiar with Northern Irish friendly local terminologies.😉

  30. Oh I’m sure of that

    But silence is consent

    There would be an incredible amount of intimidation in those neighborhoods, and I think a lot of people here are quite fine with that

  31. Phantom, count me out of bon fires. Parades IN Loyalist Areas seems OK, as long as there is no violence.

  32. I’d be fine with the bonfires in open fields or something

    But not next to inhabited buildings

    And I would condemn hate slogans posted by the dregs of Society

  33. Let them march to their legs fall off in areas where the marches are wanted.

    The ‘culture’ is of course all about attempting to impose supremacy of one community over another:

    http://www.irishnews.com/news/northernirelandnews/2019/07/01/news/calls-for-action-after-uvf-flags-erected-again-at-cantrell-close-1652919/

  34. Pete

    Another excellent tradition that you approve of?

  35. If I recall correctly Pete’s mum was (is?) Irish. He has Fenian republican blood in his veins….and an Irish passport of course 😉

  36. I can see how some hear might approve of it:

    https://twitter.com/seanybhoy617/status/1149791918848696326

  37. That’s a young man with a bright future ahead of him

  38. “K.I.T.” – Kill All Taigs (Catholics) from Paul’s link at 7:21 PM:

    If you replaced the last letter by any letter referring to another religious or ethnic group, that bonfire wouldn’t be allowed stand for an hour.

    But even the biggest bonfire and the loudest roars won’t cover the sight and sound of their world falling apart. Unionism is broken and will continue to lose power, and growing English nationalism after Brexit will hasten that decline.
    It was weakened by the growth of Sinn Fein and a stronger sense of democracy in Ireland and Britain, but ultimately it was weakened most by its own conservativism and bigotry.

  39. Noel, did you notice the acronym ATAT in cross hairs beside KAT? It abbreviates All Taigs Are Targets

    If you replaced the last letter by any letter referring to another religious or ethnic group, that bonfire wouldn’t be allowed stand for an hour

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9K_hMsrwRA

    When you’ve got the threat of UVF guns defending your ‘culture’ anything goes:

    But ultimately it was weakened most by its own conservativism and bigotry.

    The OO is a cancer and it’s victim is the unionist working class.

  40. Paul

    The OO is a cancer and it’s victim is the unionist working class.

    I still remember when I was a lad, the orange order marches in Liverpool.
    They used to deliberately march through areas with a high population of Catholics.

  41. Pete Moore,

    Tradition is more important than courts. Tradition is the most important thing.

    Should we bring back our tradition of burning witches?

  42. —The oo.. victims are unionist working class—

    Truer words never spoken

    That kid never had a chance. And it was not any “ oirish “ who destroyed his chances

  43. From Paul’s link at 12:23:

    Radio host: “People are complaining because bonfires could damage their houses.”

    Orangeman calling in: “But bonfires has been there before houses. Why build houses beside bonfires in the first place?”

    I wonder has he ever commented on ATW.

  44. The analogy of the stable door and a horse escaping immediately springs to mind:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-48974131

  45. Paul McMahon, on July 12th, 2019 at 6:38 PM Said:

    Absolutely. Let them march where their marches are wanted.

    And let’s have ‘diversity’ where diversity is wanted. I can’t think of anywhere, not even Sweden…….

    https://www.rt.com/news/463964-volvo-high-crime-rate-sweden/

    Volvo CEO laments Sweden’s high crime rate, says company might move its HQ abroad

    This was completely unforeseeable

  46. You don’t have it in Aberdeen so you’re fine. Nice attempt to drag yet another thread round to your obsessive one trick pony though.

    A fine expression of loyalist ‘culture’. Righ up your street:

    https://twitter.com/seanybhoy617/status/1149791918848696326

  47. Tradition.

    I wonder how middle aged 42 year old Charlie gets time off from his day job as a nuclear scientist to build bonfires:

    https://www.belfastlive.co.uk/news/belfast-news/belfast-bonfire-builder-its-been-16563864

    This is that young buck with the swastika tattoo in twenty five years time.

  48. You don’t have it in Aberdeen so you’re fine.

    Aberdeen is being endarkened as I type – it’s unrecognisable in some areas. Nice to see Sweden getting the consequences of its posturing, and I wish that on everybody: may you have the consequences of your opinions. My consequence is to live in a nice, peaceful part of the world with my own people, because that is my opinion.

  49. One thing’s for sure, I’m sure there are no loyalist marches, UVF threats, anti social bonfires nor general sectarian arseholery in oil money rich Bielside so don’t you be worrying your bigoted wee head about this.

  50. Paul – don’t you find it wonderful that Sweden is getting the consequences of its own BS?

    https://www.rt.com/news/463964-volvo-high-crime-rate-sweden/

    Volvo CEO laments Sweden’s high crime rate, says company might move its HQ abroad

    Soon, we’ll be reading that Guinness is moving out of Ireland…..too much enrichment rapey stabbiness etc 🙂

    But where will these corporates move to? Where is still white enough?

  51. Here’s Allan not celebrating loyalist ‘culture’ which doesn’t exist in Middle class oil affluent Aberdeen:

    https://images.app.goo.gl/WEr7u8qNTNgn9TKt7

  52. “Pete

    Intimidation of the locals by criminal gangs is a tradition

    Are you entirely sure that you support this activity”

    It depends on who is doing the intimidation. Pete’s approval or disapproval of an action is influenced by the demographics of the people involved.

  53. Celebrating culture:

    https://twitter.com/roddecks/status/1150175425236279296

  54. What’s that about

  55. I think it’s an attempted renactment of the battle of the Boyne.

  56. Diversity is getting around everywhere……

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7244671/Thought-007-never-woman-black-shes-James-Bond-hand-number-over.html

    Since Daniel Craig announced he was standing down as James Bond, debate has raged whether the next 007 should be a woman, or black. Now The Mail on Sunday can reveal that she will be both – thanks to the intervention of feminist TV writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge.

    In what’s been called a ‘popcorn-dropping moment’, British star Lashana Lynch, will be given Bond’s licence to kill in the 25th movie in the franchise, currently being shot in Italy and the UK.

    However, traditionalists can relax: she’s not the new Bond, but a new character who takes over his secret agent number after he leaves MI6.

    That is like saying “Spider-Man is now an albino Congolese, but relax because he’s not called Peter Parker.” Anyway, it looks like a tranny to me.

  57. //I think it’s an attempted renactment of the battle of the Boyne.//

    🙂 🙂 🙂

    Or the Battle of the Bulge…

    Here’s more Orange culture:

    https://twitter.com/roddecks/status/1149686831816069120

  58. Celebrating culture

    **WARNING**

    It must have been cold:

    https://twitter.com/fionamitchell56/status/1150379012633575424/photo/1

  59. Paul, that gives an entirely new meaning to “Unionists not giving an inch”.

  60. Superb Noel

    🙂 🙂

  61. More celebrating culture, (and this comes from the UDA linked UPRG FFS)

    ***WARNING, ONCE IT IS SEEN IT CAN’T BE UNSEEN***

    https://twitter.com/ChuckReboots/status/1150878366188417026/photo/1

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