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Divis Sweeney BS: Britain tops the yobs league (307* d) RE: BS: Britain tops the yobs league 24 Nov 06

Dave, I posted several times to this thread and if the others care to read them they will find that ALL MY POSTS hit hard on the local scum around my hometown in Ireland, I never once remarked on English towns only to say I heard there was a television programme on about it that I didn't see. I noted that ard remarked several times on local yobs in his area of Ireland.

In plain words, if I appear on any thread in which the word British or English is in the title, it turns into open season with remarks spoken out of the side of their mouths about me or any Irish member.

Honestly Dave the example above should be enough to see this. As far as I can see only two Irish mudcatters came on this thread and both hit hard at what we see in Ireland, and still it's seen as an attack on Britain/England.

I worked for several years treating drug addiction, there is a thread about it which I would have loved to post on, but can't. Why ? because the word Britain is used in the title.

Yes I have fought my corner concerning Irish issues on this site, but the above contains me explaining that not only the U.K. suffer, Ireland does too. Seems I am to be excluded from social issues as well now.

Hope all well with you and the bride.
Take care


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