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    Quote Originally Posted by concernedparent View Post
    So how are the media getting a hold of all these stories?????????????
    SBP leads with "Secret garda Briefings said McGuinness was IRA chief"

    and what?

    Special branch we're obviously working their arses off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FIVE View Post
    SBP leads with "Secret garda Briefings said McGuinness was IRA chief"

    and what?

    Special branch we're obviously working their arses off.
    Yes,obviously.
    Such a big secret and SF/IRA full of informers and double agents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinnyjoe View Post
    I've a terrible tendency to scan posts quickly and initially missed this quote form the Rothschilds, it's very telling isn't it, reeks of capitalism and brutally honest, was it meant for our sensitive ears at the time or was it quoted in "private quarters"
    I cannot accurately say. It is widely attributed to them so assume it was not said in private
    Politics is the gentle art of getting votes from the poor and campaign funds from the rich, by promising to protect each from the other. ~Oscar Ameringer

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCon View Post
    Makes no difference if the wealthy are in office or pulling the strings of those who are.

    We get the same policies either way

    Mr Rothschild(s) put it much more eloquently than I can
    DCon You are no fool.
    Glad to know you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinnyjoe View Post
    Am I wrong or should this be spelt hypocrisy, I'm beginning to doubt myself now. Hypocrisy in local Government always smelled, surely that's not new to anyone on here and I work for local government so I really should know
    I deemed it a little too predictable for me to make that point.
    But I am glad someone out there has a keen eye for true hypocrisy.

    We have a poster here asking for "dirt" on Michael D.

    Endless posts on the Norris case.

    But somehow the hypocrites deem it hypocrisy for the media to look into Marty's background.

    Go figure.
    Last edited by Kev Bar; 25-09-2011 at 06:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev Bar View Post
    I deemed it a little too predictable for me to make that point.
    But I am glad someone out there has a keen eye for true hypocrisy.

    We have a poster here asking for "dirt" on Michael D.

    Endless posts on the Norris case.

    But somehow the hypocrites deem it hypocrisy for the media to look into Marty's background.

    Go figure.
    Oh lordy lordy Kev the stories I could tell you about sheer wastage of money would make your eyes bulge, sheer stupidity with a lack of cop on, and because I spent most of my life working in the private sector, I can realise this. The motto in public sector is never ever do anything unless you are ordered. Never ever show inititive or try improve things unless you want to be shot down and be prepared to take 5 times as long to do anything as it does in the private sector, actually that's being genorous and never ever, ever look for information on your job too further help the public, that is seriously beyond your contract.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev Bar View Post
    I deemed it a little too predictable for me to make that point.
    But I am glad someone out there has a keen eye for true hypocrisy.

    We have a poster here asking for "dirt" on Michael D.

    Endless posts on the Norris case.

    But somehow the hypocrites deem it hypocrisy for the media to look into Marty's background.

    Go figure.
    MMG has been an Army Council member of the IRA since about 1971.
    Ask any child from Antrim to Kerry.
    He has overseen most IRA operations for the past 40 years.
    He has recanted/renounced violence.

    You want specifics?
    He probably forgets or does not know.
    He was responsible for many mistakes....murders(in your language)
    The electorate have forgiven him.
    You have/will/can not.
    OK.
    Look for fresh dirt.
    The people understand and have moved on.You can keep fighting the war.

    NO SURRENDER

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinsin View Post
    MMG has been an Army Council member of the IRA since about 1971.
    Ask any child from Antrim to Kerry.
    He has overseen most IRA operations for the past 40 years.
    He has recanted/renounced violence.

    You want specifics?
    He probably forgets or does not know.
    He was responsible for many mistakes....murders(in your language)
    The electorate have forgiven him.
    You have/will/can not.
    OK.
    Look for fresh dirt.
    The people understand and have moved on.You can keep fighting the war.

    NO SURRENDER
    sorry sinsin, call me stupid but cannot see your position on this, but will give you mine for all it's worth. I will not ever vote for a Shinner, they do not represent what I want to see in future Irish politics that's not saying that FG/FF will do either. Any group in my opiinion that is prepared to murder, maim or hurt any indivdual in pursuit of political idealism is in my opinion wrong wrong wrong and will never ever receive my vote in any form. I could go on and on about people voting for the Shinners et al but I will be polite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinsin View Post
    MMG has been an Army Council member of the IRA since about 1971.
    Ask any child from Antrim to Kerry.
    He has overseen most IRA operations for the past 40 years.
    He has recanted/renounced violence.

    You want specifics?
    He probably forgets or does not know.
    He was responsible for many mistakes....murders(in your language)
    The electorate have forgiven him.
    You have/will/can not.
    OK.
    Look for fresh dirt.
    The people understand and have moved on.You can keep fighting the war.

    NO SURRENDER
    Chill with the prima donna line.
    You are sinsin.
    I am Kev Bar.
    Neither of us is the people
    This sense of entitlement and moral superiority is what scares me.
    Ergo my response to Marty's West Brit jibe.


    The electorate have forgiven him
    Says who? Show me the numbers. I see a fraction. You see a majority.

    But let's throw empirical evidence out the window.

    The electorate ie the people still view FG more favourably.

    Does that make it right?

    Look how the people viewed CJ

    And a bit like CJ, would you ever get down off your horse.


    NO SURRENDER
    How very apt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinnyjoe View Post
    sorry sinsin, call me stupid but cannot see your position on this, but will give you mine for all it's worth. I will not ever vote for a Shinner, they do not represent what I want to see in future Irish politics that's not saying that FG/FF will do either. Any group in my opiinion that is prepared to murder, maim or hurt any indivdual in pursuit of political idealism is in my opinion wrong wrong wrong and will never ever receive my vote in any form. I could go on and on about people voting for the Shinners et al but I will be polite.
    A genuine pacifist.OK.
    As long as you don't vote for Labour with their torture flights in Shannon.
    And by the way you carry the same passport as those baby killers from France/UK/Italy etc love bombing hospitals and schools in Libya.
    I am sure you have taken your pacifist principles into account in your previous votes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinnyjoe View Post
    Am I wrong or should this be spelt hypocrisy, I'm beginning to doubt myself now. Hypocrisy in local Government always smelled, surely that's not new to anyone on here and I work for local government so I really should know
    Forgive the spelling.

    Then if local Government has always smelled, lets not highlight it???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newsy View Post
    Forgive the spelling.

    Then if local Government has always smelled, lets not highlight it???
    Irish libel laws.
    Great for covering corruption and scaring whistle blowers.
    I have been there myself....scary when alone and not financially independent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinsin View Post
    Irish libel laws.
    Great for covering corruption and scaring whistle blowers.
    I have been there myself....scary when alone and not financially independent.
    That it is.
    But not devoid of adrenalin.

    And nothing to ultimately deter a man when propelled by the motivations you describe a few posts above or across.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev Bar View Post
    That it is.
    But not devoid of adrenalin.

    And nothing to ultimately deter a man when propelled by the motivations you describe a few posts above or across.
    Are you trying to be funny?
    A financially insecure individual without a network of supporters is in an impossible position.
    A radicalised person with convictions and part of a network is a completely different scenario.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinsin View Post
    Are you trying to be funny?
    A financially insecure individual without a network of supporters is in an impossible position.
    A radicalised person with convictions
    and part of a network is a completely different scenario.
    Tell me about it.
    Though description A does not rule out the first part of description B.

    But now I'll try and be funny:
    You, presumably, at least had 'the people' behind you.
    Last edited by Kev Bar; 25-09-2011 at 10:16 PM.

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