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Divis Sweeney BS: Soldiers Convicted of Crimes in NI (242* d) RE: BS: Soldiers Convicted of Crimes in NI 17 Dec 06


Yet again a thread dealing with Irish matters becomes slightly twisted and steered off track. This has become a trend. The purpose is clear to me.

There are English members that just make attacks on me, (no worries, can take it, took worse).

There are English members that speak with reason and understanding to the situation in Ireland.

I see the thread drift blame game has also arrived.

This thread started out in life as a news story reported in the media by a respected member of this site.

It turned into a questions and answers match about the past activities of the Provisional IRA (1969 to 2005).

Yes this was done to goat me as all members who visit Irish threads know I will defend the PIRA.

Early in this thread I received the usual dig that guests would arrive and support my case, always said half assed as if they were posted by me under "Guest".

Just look at the above arrivals, have any of them supported me in numbers ? No of course they haven't. And has any member remarked about this ? no of course not.

If any member wants to talk about Den's thread that's fine.

If any member wants to attack me and my views, that's fine too. Just make it a seperate thread.

I condemn personal attacks or threats against any member of this site. They can abuse me day or night, I have no problem with it, water of a ducks arse to me.


Divis


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