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RevokeNice   
3 Sep 2009
News / POLAND'S POPULATION IS SHRINKING... [62]

They are children of people... humans.

Be careful what you wish for. The EUnuchs will have you flooded with negroes and arabs over the coming years. We will see how tolerant you immigration fanatics are then.
RevokeNice   
2 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / Exploiting Polish Workers by the UK businesses [90]

Both scum.

A french man, drinks wine, eats fine cuisine, ( works hard but only has one child as that is all he can afford to provide for)

A sub-saharan man, drinks water (if he has it), eats raw meat, (no source of income but has 9 children)

Which culture is better?
RevokeNice   
2 Sep 2009
UK, Ireland / Exploiting Polish Workers by the UK businesses [90]

We are all equal, any race, any religion, any gender, any sexual orientation, any believe.

Thats bollocks. Prove it. You forgot to mention all cultures are equal too. Go back and read your multiculti bible.

As for the OP, if you have proof that workers are being underpaid, go to the relevant authorities. I do not know the system in the UK, so I cannot advise you.
RevokeNice   
27 Aug 2009
UK, Ireland / What are Polish Peoples Views of a Re-United Ireland [80]

The Great Rape of Ireland will not go unpunished. If I say anymore special branch will kick me door down, again.

Ireland remembers. When Ireland lives, I do not die. We shall remember.
RevokeNice   
25 Aug 2009
UK, Ireland / What are Polish Peoples Views of a Re-United Ireland [80]

Damn right: the world over people have no learned it is not a good idea to sell a vanload of fertilizer to an Irish bloke who's in a hurry and paying cash.

No, just the UK.
RevokeNice   
25 Aug 2009
UK, Ireland / What are Polish Peoples Views of a Re-United Ireland [80]

What are Polish Peoples Views of a Re-United Ireland? I've yet to meet one who gives a f*ck.

Very true and why would they? It is not their country, I am sure a few sing rebel sings in the pub with their paddy mates but thats where it ends. Ireland32 is deluded if he thinks the Poles will all vote Sinn Fein. In fact, they seem to vote for Fianna Fail, as they allowed them into the country. Fianna Fail ran three Polish candidates in the last election.

Thanks for reminding me about this terrorist. I need to get a chicken for supper.

Silly, silly comment.

British means you are English, Irish

What?
RevokeNice   
24 Aug 2009
UK, Ireland / What are Polish Peoples Views of a Re-United Ireland [80]

If anyone on the forum is interested in Sinn Fein stradegy or the part we have played in brinigng peace and furthering the path to the re-unification of Ireland

I am. Now, lets see their white paper on re-unification, please. It doesnt have it on their site, probably a glitch. They do have one, right? :)

You can have the support of the 38 million Poles. My previous point still stands. Read the GFA and it will confirm it.
RevokeNice   
24 Aug 2009
UK, Ireland / What are Polish Peoples Views of a Re-United Ireland [80]

How long before the 6 counties are majority nationalist/catholic ? Could the Polish in the 6 counties vote? if so I'm sure they could be persuaded to vote for a united ireland.

He is spouting nonsense, in la la Sinn Fein land they believe that once nationalists hit the 51% of the population mark that thats it. Referendum time. It is laughable, I suggest you read the GFA, it is available online. Read my earlier response to the goon.

The Good Friday Agreement precludes a United Ireland in the future on the same basis that it precludes one in the present. Its only possible to be in favour of both if you are;

a-stupid
b-very stupid
c-have not read the Stormont treaty(defunct now)
d-all of the above and a member of Sinn Fein

*Now Ireland32, the meat packer done good, the political genius, the man of the people, both foreign and native, will come back with his usual resorts. "Jasus what nonsense you silly prick."

Where is the smily function when you need it? This geezer is comedy gold.

Please read forum rule #8, next time there will be NO warning .
RevokeNice   
24 Aug 2009
UK, Ireland / What are Polish Peoples Views of a Re-United Ireland [80]

Divide and conquer. The Brits used the same method around the world.

While Ireland32 worries himself about the inevitable, a United Ireland, the Irish people are on their way to becoming a minority in their own land!
RevokeNice   
24 Aug 2009
UK, Ireland / What are Polish Peoples Views of a Re-United Ireland [80]

Well, what you do is you reach out to people. You say ask them questions about their native lands and they ask about yours. You learn a little about their language, they learn a lot about yours since they live in your country although a lot of you speak English which isn't your native language anyway, it's just for the sake of convenience.

What a load of nonsense. Why should we reach out to foreigners, they choose to come here. The onus should be on them to integrate. Did you ever think that maybe the Irish people do not want to integrate with the foreigner?

All of us speak English. Some of us speak Irish.

Ireland32

Upon re-unification the North would become a burden on the south. At present it is subsidised by the Brits. Why would economic migrants vote for something that would have a negative effect on the Irish economy? They are only here for money, they will look upon this differently than me or you.

Once the nation is re-unified, it will take 20-30 years for it to have a postive over all effect on the economy. It would take time. Small acorns and all that.
RevokeNice   
24 Aug 2009
UK, Ireland / What are Polish Peoples Views of a Re-United Ireland [80]

I have spent my life dedicated to the cause of Irish Unity.

What is the point of a United Ireland if the Irish people are minorities in their own land?

Non Irish will not support a United Ireland for a number of reasons. Firstly, a United Ireland would make them a smaller minority in this state than they already would be prior to partition, reducing their political power as they would be electing a smaller Dail bloc. Secondly, and most importantly, without Irish roots they would be less inclined to feel like the heirs to Irish republicanism or Irish Nationalism. Feel free to dispute my perspective, as I know you will.

Mass immigration represents the same threat to the identity and future of loyalist natives on this island as it does to us. There in lies the nucleus of a real United Ireland. Goodnight Sinn Fein, sleep well.
RevokeNice   
20 Aug 2009
History / 64th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising [71]

caprice49

Thanks for that brief synopsis, Caprice. I have a book on the Warsaw Rising, I have to get around to reading it.
RevokeNice   
18 Aug 2009
News / Rydzyk gets away with racism yet again [198]

mvefa

That is the correct spelling you idiot. What is wrong with the word? Does the word caucasian offend you too?

thefreedictionary.com/Negroes

Also, I never claimed to be superior you liberal gobshite.
RevokeNice   
18 Aug 2009
News / Rydzyk gets away with racism yet again [198]

The negroes do seem to be interested in some "down low" action with their fellow bruddas, but I dont swing that way. I am not interested in negroes, be they male or female.
RevokeNice   
18 Aug 2009
News / Rydzyk gets away with racism yet again [198]

I get away with racism every day. I actively encourage people to speak up about the undesireables invading my land.
RevokeNice   
16 Aug 2009
News / EU constitution: 'Strong show' for Irish No vote ? [127]

You've changed your tune! I thought you called him a traitor? Besdes he's not a resident in Ireland, why should he have a say?

He is a disgrace to every Irish person who has ever lived and those yet to be born.

I believe he is a NO voter, every little helps. :)