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Discussion in 'SMB' started by Spennymackem1981, Apr 15, 2019.

  1. Market Where?

    Market Where? Striker

    So both your parents were indeed born with British citizenship - you will know this being so glued up on history.
    You were born in England as a British citizen. You went to a British school - despite previously saying you spent most of your childhood in Ireland. You went to a British university. Your parents lived in Britain for more than 20 years. You and your siblings have lived in abritain for most of your lives.
    You don’t come much more British. You are more British than Irish. If you want this collective British guilt then you are part of it.
  2. West_Winger

    West_Winger Winger

    You’ve got the Ulster coat of arms as your avatar and you’re pretending not to know what the UDF is. Haway.
  3. jubblies

    jubblies Striker

    I do know. I'm asking him if he does.
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  4. West_Winger

    West_Winger Winger

    My apologies.
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  5. citybythesea

    citybythesea Midfield

    If unarmed civilians were deliberately shot, I can't see how it can't be seen as murder.
    From a legal point of view
  6. CatRyan

    CatRyan Striker

    He wasn't.

    His superior should be on the line with him.
  7. Market Where?

    Market Where? Striker

    I agree. But there are a whole load of terrorists who are known to have done just that and were given immunity to prosecution.
    It needs a truth and reconciliation process. Immunity to prosecution for all those on the “front line” on whichever side. Find all the missing, get the truth out and if anyone in authority and not on the streets is found to have ordered shootings, killings and torture then they should be prosecuted.
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  8. CatRyan

    CatRyan Striker

    If my father was born just a little earlier he would have British citizenship as it is both my parents had Irish citizenship. Not British.

    I'm not British. I went here yes and am Irish church and and Irish community.

    Not British :lol:
  9. Market Where?

    Market Where? Striker

    Your parents were born pre-1949 so bad automatic British citizenship.
    You were born in the UK pre 1983 so have British citizenship.
    Have you revoked your British citizenship?
  10. Some Random Guy

    Some Random Guy Striker

    We made an agreement, we need to be held to it.
  11. CatRyan

    CatRyan Striker

    We have automatic British citizenship should we choose to

    My parents didn't
    I didn't
    My brothers and sisters didn't except for one.
  12. ned_werby

    ned_werby Striker

    Canny bait, bound to get a couple of nibbles.
  13. king of the road

    king of the road Midfield

    And then you wonder why Cat and her ilk still have anti British sentiment?
  14. Keith S30S

    Keith S30S Inside right Staff Member Contributor

    Cat and her ilk dismiss terrorism and terrorists as though they were freedom fighters. Bombing innocent people in fish shops and pubs is NOT fighting for freedom against the British government.

    We gave an amnesty to around 800 terrorists. That was our decision. To give soldiers the same deal is common sense. I amazed anyone would argue against it. It is ridiculous to persue somebody through court for something that happened during the troubles nearly 50 years ago.
  15. king of the road

    king of the road Midfield

  16. Some Random Guy

    Some Random Guy Striker

    We needed to argue for it before we made the Belfast Agreement.

    I'm fine with alleged murderers standing trial 50 years later tbh. I'm amazed you aren't.

    Takes balls to shoot fleeing unarmed civilians.
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  17. mcq10

    mcq10 Striker

    You keep saying we. You are born and raised here. When are YOU going to share in this collective responsibility that we are all supposed to?

    Thankfully the vast majority I know who actually live in Ireland release that anyone who actually lives in England isn’t reasonable for what happened in history.

    You should take yourself over for a few months instead of stamping your feet about the nasty English whilst living in England.

    You sound like a Sinn Fein public relations secretary. Utterly embarrassing one at that.
  18. king of the road

    king of the road Midfield

    Again, you're showing massive arrogance here. Making out that everything is 'our' decision. It's not. The GFA was negotiated with multiple parties including input from Clinton's U.S. government. An amnesty for the British Army was not part of the GFA. You can't rewrite that agreement 20 years down the line.

    Soldier B shot a young lad twice in the head from close probably more balls than someone fleeing.
  19. Crook Mackem

    Crook Mackem Striker

    She's about as Irish as Tony Cascarino or Jack Charlton
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  20. Have you heard of a thing called Brexit? 'We can decide whatever we want' is their attitude to that too.:lol:
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