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What’s that you say – a new poll shows that…wait for it..7% of people in Northern Ireland want a United Ireland now. Did Bobby Sands die in vain? Is Adams on suicide watch? Oh dear.

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  1. As indicated by an opinion poll run by a polling company owned by the former chairman of the South Belfast Ulster Unionist Association to be published in a Unionist paper.

    So yes we should automatically trust the results.

  2. The findings come from a major new survey commissioned by the ‘Belfast Telegraph’ and carried out by polling company LucidTalk

    I’m sure Adams is crapping himself

  3. Please have another hunger strike.

    Can all of the ira join in this time?

    That would be a really great christmas.

  4. Yes Charlie, you, on the other hand are a real hoot…

    Isn’t it so sad that so many people were murdered by rabid catholic murder squads in pursuit of a silly aspiration which today has been never farther away from the electorate?

    Even worse is the fact that the perps are still voted for by catholics.

    This is despite the large number of catholics murdered by the very people they vote for.

    It seems the oirish are sometimes living up to their stereotypical reputation.

  5. rabid catholic murder squads

    Kind of a contradiction, hardly good catholic’s if their out whacking people now.

    Even worse is the fact that the perps are still voted for by catholics

    When the only other choice is that fusty old has-been the SDLP it’s not surprising they vote SF.

  6. do you mean ‘catholics’?

    Charles, if you advocate voting for murdering terrorists and can only cite the other option as a fusty party, then you really haven’t the brains god gave goats.

    I don’t expect you to understand that by the way, just Baaaaa in the wind and then it will get dark.

  7. Isn’t it so sad that so many people were murdered by rabid catholic murder squads in pursuit of a silly aspiration which today has been never farther away from the electorate?
    Even worse is the fact that the perps are still voted for by catholics.
    This is despite the large number of catholics murdered by the very people they vote for

    For someone who supposedly insn’t a “Chritain” the Court Jester certainly seems to ralk about one denomination of Christianity a lot.

  8. These animals on both sides may have used a religious label, but neither were catholic or protestant

  9. as catholics vote for catholics who killed catholics, your comments quite aptly show the absurdity and hypocritical stance of you and your catholic community..

    Reflect on that.

    I won’t even ‘touch’ (no pun intended) on the paedo priests within…

  10. I’m talking about you not to you you deranged buffoon so please have the good manners to piss off.

  11. Oh dear Paul.

    Paul the amusing thing is you try and mock my spelling error in the same sentence as writing ‘insn’t’…lol

    It seems you have not been educated enough to understand my assertions.

    Let me explain;

    Catholics, voting for catholics, who kill catholics, makes those catholics look like silly catholics.

    Get it?

    If I can help further, let me know.

  12. do you mean, ‘you, you idiot’?

    You seem unable to understand the Queen’s English dear boy, let me try again.

    In fact, I will try and bring it down to your level.

    Turkeys voting for Christmas would be silly turkeys.

    Catholics voting for catholic killers would be silly catholics.

    Do you u-n-d-e-r-s-t-a-n-d?

  13. If you don’t like SF/IRA then you have only the Para’s to thank for them then.

  14. Charles, if LU doesn’t like Sinn Féin then he doesn’t have to vote for them.

  15. It seems more Unionists than Nationalists vote for former terrorists then.

  16. Charles, when wee marty and his wee gang came up against a proper army, they got a few answers…

    and then of course, the whingeing.

    I do not like them and do not vote for them seamy lad, and until you and other numbskulls like you who are seeped in the past desist, then we are stuck in the catholic time warp with no justification and an increasing ridicule of the rest of normal citizens who view a united ireland as something which would make them burst out laughing.

    Noel, a majority of catholics unfortunately vote for the ira.

    Sad.

  17. There can now be no more dispute that far more Unionists than Nationalists vote for terrorists and former terrorists.

  18. seamy, a majority of catholics vote for the ira. FACT. When you and yours can move on, then we can make progress.

    Noel, I think you must have changed your medication, or perhaps need to.

    lol

  19. Well it isn’t a fact. The IRA don’t appear on the ballot paper so it would be completely impossible for any Catholics to vote for the IRA never mind the majority of them.

    We also have made progress. That we had to live Neanderthals like you behind just made that progress all the better.

  20. LU,

    I believe that Noel is alluding to the fact that if only 7% of the people of Northern Ireland are in favour of a United Ireland aka Nationalists then the remaining 20% of Sinn Féin’s voters (some 75% of Sinn Féin’s total) must come from those who favour retaining the Union aka Unionists.

  21. someday you and other ira voters will move on with the rest who do not want terrorists to dictate how we live.

    The sooner the better and we can all move on.

    We want a shared future, we want you to embrace NI, and leave behind the wreckers and the destroyers and move on to a brighter and better NI where all of us can live without fear of evil terrorists.

    If you keep voting for them, they wont go away you know.

  22. Here’s something to clue yourself into. Northern Ireland is moving on. And is moving on without you it seems.

  23. We have all moved on, we are waiting for the terrorists and their supporters to catch up and discard the past and embrace the future without murderers and violent catholic death squads.

    An apology would be a good forward step, as the loyalists (so called) have done previously and maybe the ira can do the same with heartfelt sincerity and genuine feeling.

    Catholics voting for catholic killers gets us nowhere.

  24. Well wasn’t that nice seamy.

    The other deaths were no doubt justified then?

  25. It was war. If someone has a gun, shooting your people, shooting your family are you supposed to just sit there and take it?

  26. ‘war’?

    what would you know about war son?

    Do you think ira murders were justified?

  27. If someone has a gun, is shooting your people, shooting your family, your friends. are you supposed to just sit there and take it?

  28. the ira shot your people, they had guns and bombs and not only did your community ‘take it’, you and the majority of your community vote for them.

    Isn’t that a bit strange at the very least?

  29. The Provisional IRA was formed in response to an RUC pogram of the lower Falls Road area, in which they and other loyalist groups murdered multiple civilians including my father’s best friend.

    The IRA had a policy of not engaging with the British Army until the Army invaded and ransacked the lower Falls, destroying homes, kicking the crap out of civilians and murdered four civilians.

    The Army then decided to arrest people largely because of their religion or political beliefs and locking them in camps without trial, charge and in most cases without crime. In response the Nationalist people resist and the Army shoots dead 11 civilians (including a Catholic Priest giving someone the Last Rites) and shot my Uncle.

    So it shouldn’t shock anyone that I don’t have a huge amount of sympathy for the British Security Forces and wouldn’t categorise killing them as murder.

  30. Paul, your ‘heroes’ skulking in the dark and bravely tying innocent civilians to proxy bombs were and always will be reprehensible and despicable scum.

    Seamy, is that what they told you son?

    Tch…I see how they have manipulated a simpleton, it is just not right.

    If you want, I can tell you what really happened, it might help you get over your narrow mind in regard to the gallant and brave security forces who protected your community for years in the face of a terrorist onslaught from the very people you vote for.

  31. //I believe that Noel is alluding to the fact that if only 7% of the people of Northern Ireland are in favour of a United Ireland aka Nationalists then the remaining 20% of Sinn Féin’s voters (some 75% of Sinn Féin’s total) must come from those who favour retaining the Union//

    Seamus, now how did I know which of you would understand and which wouldn’t?

    LU, your bigotry is your blinkers and your own worst enemy, especially if you have ambitions of ever becoming a “writer”.

  32. The very sad thing is that LU thinks he’s being funny, witty and clever. And he’s apparently logical. I’ve never met another logical person who was so bereft of logic.

  33. Noel,

    The oxymoron of someone as a unionist voting for a sfira member is lost on many, but I wouldn’t expect you!

  34. But surely 93% of the population are in favour of retaining the Union? That’s what the Poll says. So surely 93% of Northern Irish people are Unionists and 20% of those Unionists vote for Sinn Féin.

  35. thanks seamy, I appreciate your incisive and intelligent observations…

    your last sentence really sums it all up:

    ‘I’ve never met another logical person who was so bereft of logic.’

    The defence rests… lol

  36. Ask him to tell you what happened Seamus. Maybe he’ll tell you about “Rob’s” work too

  37. Or his secret collection of documents for his eventual prosecution of Martin McGuinness if he ever gets him into court.

  38. //Noel, I think you must have changed your medication, or perhaps need to.

    lol //

    LU, the sight of someone coming out with what he thinks is a joke and then laughing at it to celebrate his own cleverness when everyone else realises he is a fool, well, that’s just a bit too pathetic to smile at.

    Give it up. Even if you have no shame for yourself, think of your poor suffering fellow Unionists reading your crap. It’s people like you who make the vast majority of English people glad they are done with Northern Ireland.

    //The oxymoron of someone as a unionist voting for a sfira member//

    That isn’t an oxymoron, but slaughter that “oxy” and you’ll know what you are.

    The last of your efforts I noticed had you combining a non-sequitur with a split infinitive. My god, and they say Unionist POLITICIANS never learned their trade!

  39. ‘If you want, I can tell you what really happened…’

    Here we go again. LU will ‘claim’ to know something, then offer to tell everyone, then say he can’t/won’t share his ‘proof’, because;

    a) It’s a Secret/security matter
    b) who would believe him? (Who indeed?)
    c) I’m not going to tell a rabid SICK republican murder-supporting catholic
    d) SICK SICK SICK LMAO! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! CLEANED! LMAO! HAHAHAHAHA etc. etc. etc…

    Do your family know that you’re on the computer, LU? Have you got the drool-proof keyboard cover on?

  40. Gentlemen I really do not understand why you feed the troll (I don’t mean you Patrick) .

    This is the same individual who made all sorts of ridiculous claims about his previous accomplishments in various fields.

    Plato’s famous line is quite appropriate for his contributions.

    Ignore him.

  41. Noel,

    A unionist voting for ending the union is not a unionist.

    Get it?

    Simple.

  42. Then how do the numbers add up?

    27% of people voted for Sinn Féin. 93% (according to this poll) are Unionists.

    So clearly 20% of people are Unionist but also vote for Sinn Féin.

    Or the poll is bollocks.

  43. //A unionist voting for ending the union is not a unionist.

    Get it?//

    But according to what you’ve been claiming here for the past two days, there are many SF voters, in fact the majority I think you said, who don’t want a UI.

    Get it?

  44. What kind of voodoo maths is that Noel?

    Don’t you know that he’s an authority on advanced calculus as well as his other accomplishments?

  45. Seamus, where would be be without you.

    LU, go out and have a look at those lovely willowy Croatian girls walking about.
    Being in such nubile company yet still remaining stuck in front of your computer with a head filled with NI sectarian garbage is really a sad and horrible way to live.

  46. He was trusted with top secret missions, including putting together a dossier on Martin McGuinness which would give them a field day in court, yet he can’t seem to work out that 27% and 7% are different numbers.

    Of course he also though that if you were born in 1988 then you were 6 in 1982 so Mathematics mightn’t be his strong point.

  47. Noel, in Italy tonight, and down the coast tomorrow…

    paul I flicked a few twitches with my ankles there for you, couldn’t be bothered standing up though.

    Seamy, 6 and 1982 is the year you were born, which makes you 6.

    Oh sorry, no, wait, that is the iq score…

    oooh, my sides!

  48. No. I was born in 1988 and you claimed I was 6 in 1982. Counting clearly isn’t your strong point.

  49. It depends on what formula you use Seamus. He’s clearly using an equation beyond the comprehension of mere mortals.

  50. Right, I’ve had enough of the jester for one night I think. I’m going to watch an episode of the Walking Dead, which is far superior to an episode of the Talking Bollocks.

    Oíche mhaith, a chairde Gael.

  51. LU is no more a troll than any of the rest of you. He has a perfect right to post here even if it does seem to cause consternation in the greener ranks…

  52. I agree LU is not a Troll. He does however have a wee bit of a ‘Quigleyite’ obsession on one specific topic.

  53. “They laugh at us because we are different.
    We smile at them because they are the same.”

  54. LU may not be a troll but he his sectarianism is unfortunate and has dragged ATW down somewhat in the past few days, in my humble opinion.

  55. Petr,

    if you take a look at the post directly above yours, I think that is ample evidence of not only dumbing down the site, but also dragging it into the gutter with insults.

    I will rise above it and try to educate the lad as I have been doing the last few days.

  56. I wasn’t insulting you. Rather pointing out why we were laughing at you last night.

  57. LU does seem to have flooded ATW in the last couple of weeks with his pearls of wisdom. (a bit like our current wet weather). I think he likes to behave as a comet. A bright dazzling display for a short while and then ages before we see it again 😉

  58. Seamus,

    stick around and I will try and see if I can help you learn something today again.
    Trying to deflect your lack of knowledge and headlong forays into murky waters of ignorance with insults is very unbecoming.
    When you get things wrong, just learn from it and move on as a better person.

    Colm,

    as the line goes in a certain film, ‘better to burn out than to fade away!’

  59. “When you get things wrong, just learn from it and move on as a better person.”

    Speaking of that any progress on Tony Cascarino’s eligibility to play for Ireland, or what constituency Mary McArdle was elected from, or Paul Butler’s continued presence in the Assembly, or Raymond McCartney’s current convictions or proof of Robert Nairac’s work against loyalists?

  60. Yes, as I tried to get through to you, Cas was not eligible, not even for an Oirish passport, and as for the rest of your inane ramblings, I will let you continue digging yourself into an even deeper hole.

    You are like a little kid stamping their feet when you cannot win.

    Thought you would be used to that by now lol

  61. Except that he was through the 1956 Act granting Irish citizenship to the adopted children of Irish citizens. His mother was adopted by an Irish citizen thus his mother was an Irish citizen thus he was eligible.

    What constituency was Mary McArdle in?
    When was Paul Butler last elected?
    Is he still in the Assembly?

    Will you withdraw your sectarian lies made against the Nationalist people?

  62. course he was seamy.

    not even a passport. lol
    no idea about McArdle’s constituency, just that she is a convicted murderer as you asked for. Butler was elected by your community, alongside a wide range of terrorist ‘experts’, in bombing and mass murder, and yes, you and others shamefully vote for them.
    I have not lied about nationalists. A clear majority of them vote for sfira, so you can go around in circles, but I am not interested in conversing with a troll who is pedantic and not prepared to accept another education.

    I bid you good day.

  63. Just because he got it wrong doesn’t mean that he wasn’t eligible. Tony Cascarino was wrong when he gave that interview. You are wrong now. That is why his caps haven’t been taken from him.

    In order to be a member of the Assembly you have to be elected (or co-opted). Either way you represent a constituency. What is Mary McArdle’s? Or will you admit that you are completely clueless and have got that one wrong.

    Butler was (isn’t anymore) elected and is a convicted murderer. But your community did the same.

    You stated that the Nationalist community still vote for convicted murderers. Will you take that lie back or are you too chicken shit?

  64. oh dear, more insults…

    You really are letting yourself down seamy.

    I am pleased you admit your mistake about Mr Butler, but disappointed you have to try and justify it.

    Poor form.

  65. D’ya not know that those bloody Fenians voted for bomber David Ervine right uo until he died and that themmuns voted the “independant unionist” Hugh Smyth cosistently from 1973, when he was elected to the Assembly, right up to the present day where he sits in Belfast City Council.

    All this despite wee Shuie being ” public spokesman for the Ulster Volunteer Force” from the early ’70’s and even being “claimed by the UVF as a member of the Ulster Loyalist Front” whilst serving in the Assembly!!

    The lengths that themmuns will go to just to get the decent, good Christian Ulster folk a bad name.

  66. I never made a mistake about Paul Butler. You were the one who made a mistake about Paul Butler, one you haven’t retracted. He was in the Assembly between 2007 and the last election. He didn’t stand at the last election.

    You stated that Nationalists still vote for convicted murderers. Can you name one elected to the Assembly in the last election? If not will you withdraw your lie about the Nationalist people.

  67. There is not such thing as ‘the Nationalist people’, just the British subjects of Northern Ireland.

  68. British Bernard accidently sat on his bowler hat the other day, ergo the nasty comments.

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