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GUEST,Neil Comer Another Sectarian Killing (136* d) RE: Another Sectarian Killing 10 Jul 01


Tiocfaidh an lá nuair a bheas an tír seo saor ó reiligiún, ó shearbhas ó mhacallaí na gcéadtaí atá caite, meaite agus cráite Fiolar (nice name) (The day will come when this country shall be free from religion, from bitterness and from the echoes of times long gone, spent and broken)

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The PUP pulled out from the 'talks' (always suspicious about that word). I am sorry. David Ervine is a good man, even though he represents the 'other' side, he sees that Joe Bloggs on the Shankill and his or her other half on the Falls are the same. Its time that the 'haves'(UUP/ SDLP) started realising that the 'have nots' (PUP/ Sinn Fein) are the real voices of the people. Lets face it, Sinn Fein voters want the same thing as PUP voters- jobs, equal opportunities and peace. Those who protest/throw petrol bombs on the Shankill and the Falls are young lads who are bored. Sort this out and we have the problem solved. How many of the petrol bombers/rioters etc know anything about their past? They are following the lead set by their peers and the adults to whom they look up. They don't give a s@@t about Loyalism/Nationalism. They want to a) impress the 'big lads' and b) relieve the boredom. As for a solution, I don't have one, but lets admit the real route of the problem before we attempt to solve it.

Déan pobal athuair d'Éirinn gan roinnt (Make a Community of Ireland, once more without blemish)


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