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    A wake up for Sinn friend and how they are becoming irrelevant in some of the working class communities, the areas that have stagnated since the troubles. The peace process has brought them peace but nothing else.

    If the north is a barometer you could see the sf vote dropping slightly in the South and losing meps and councilors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraxinus View Post
    A wake up for Sinn friend and how they are becoming irrelevant in some of the working class communities, the areas that have stagnated since the troubles. The peace process has brought them peace but nothing else.

    If the north is a barometer you could see the sf vote dropping slightly in the South and losing meps and councilors.
    There are parallels in the UK where working class communities that are decaying physically and in terms of employment have been prepared to vote for anyone put the parties of government.

    It was interesting to look at comments in UK fora on the killing of the journalist where British people not at all well informed on the minutiae of Irish politics simply conclude it is all the fault of the British for being there, whereas here, the British don't even get a mention.
    “ We cannot withdraw our cards from the game. Were we as silent and mute as stones, our very passivity would be an act. ”
    — Jean-Paul Sartre

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