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Jimmy C BS: Pope John Paul Belfast Wall Murals (64* d) RE: BS: Pope John Paul Belfast Wall Murals 08 Apr 05


Maybe now many of you will understand previous postings from myself, Ard, Curator and others. The out and out loyalists in the 6 counties have to be the most ignorant and bigoted people on earth, read about the children going to school in Ardoyne e.g. (I do not mean all protestants - only the die hard loyalists).

I know of cases where a loyalists would not let a new catholic insurance agent inside his door, but he left it up to his wife to tell the catholic not to step inside. I know this for a fact because I was the insurance agent working in Belfast for an English company (Royal Liver) this was in 1966 before the troubles even started, these people are consumed with anti-catholic hatred 24 hours a day 7 days a week and 52 weeks of the year.

Also (Guest) - The difference between the Pope and Paisley is that the Pope is a clergyman, properly educated and trained having moved through the ranks from priest, bishop, cardinal etc.on a platform of peace and reconciliation. Paisley on the other hand received his degree via a correspondence course from somewhere in te U.S.A. His whole life and career has been built on bogotry and hatred. Thats a big difference. I sincerely hope you are not comparing these two individuals.


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