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Belfast Telegraph won't print my comment.


Seanus 15 | 19,706  
12 Jul 2009 /  #61
Inferior?? What do you mean? I am not the sort to call others that, that's not my way. If you had the chance to hear me in class, you'd hear that I respect people's status. How? Well, by seeing everyone as having a role and not placing people into superior and inferior categories.

Where would we be without garbage collectors and the 'lower' rungs of the ladder?

Delboy, I'm not calling you anything. You know what you want and you are going for it so good on ya!!
OP Del boy 20 | 254  
12 Jul 2009 /  #62
sorry if sb thought that the word 'inferior' was the point of the subject of the conversation, its not, to make it clear
niejestemcapita 2 | 561  
12 Jul 2009 /  #63
sorry just feck off this thread at the moment

hmm no I don't think I will..:)
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
12 Jul 2009 /  #64
Since when has cash been a sign of inferior/superior? (whatever they mean). Not in my world anyway.
OP Del boy 20 | 254  
12 Jul 2009 /  #65
just ask THE Lady, Seanus
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
12 Jul 2009 /  #66
THE Lady, what are you referring to? Thatcher or what? ;)
OP Del boy 20 | 254  
12 Jul 2009 /  #67
Lady Shelly :)
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
12 Jul 2009 /  #68
Shelley speaks firmly but I don't think she called you inferior.
OP Del boy 20 | 254  
12 Jul 2009 /  #69
Jesus Christ , I am not feel inferior , geez
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
12 Jul 2009 /  #70
Sweety ? are you trying to be a smart ass?

Its a term of endearment...my mistake I wont use it again when I speak to you.

so go on give me more shite that I am inferior

I didnt say that you were and I certainly didn't intimate that in my posts. I like your posts and respect you as a member, so I dont quite understand why you are having a go at me.

Where would we be without garbage collectors and the 'lower' rungs of the ladder?

Just as a side note: do you know how much they get paid? They get paid very well so, for me they are not at the bottom of the ladder and they do an invaluable job in the UK.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
12 Jul 2009 /  #71
I know this. I'm aware that their salaries jumped up a lot from 15 years ago. For me also, they are not at the bottom of the ladder at all. There is some rubbish that needs to be taken to dumps by private citizens but they take all the rest.
OP Del boy 20 | 254  
12 Jul 2009 /  #72
'do you know how much they get paid? They get paid very well so, for me they are not at the bottom of the ladder[i][/i]and they do an invaluable job in the UK.'

oh yes, indigenous people over here like that, oh yes they like that
fuckin Eastern European doing **** jobs hmmmmm, oh yes
they forgot that most of us dont actually do these 'great' jobs, but you can not read this in BF or other **** type papers and watch on BBC news of course

To all who thought I wrote a comment in BF about 'prods' thing ( and to Sean in particular cos probably he did not get it right) that was a sarcasm. I wrote something completely diffrent.
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
12 Jul 2009 /  #73
Im baning my head on the table here...what do you want me to say???????????? I dont think Poles are low, because I dont...The majority of the Poles I have had contact with in the UK have been through work (I work in an office)...

As for these great jobs, well you just showed us that you think you are superior, because for me someone who works the bins, is just as good as me...he does a job that needs to be done..we rely on them...look at the chaos when they dont turn up..

I wrote something completely diffrent

So tell us what you wrote, so we can understand.
OP Del boy 20 | 254  
12 Jul 2009 /  #74
Shelley are you a communist?

belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/teletoons-14331016.html
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
12 Jul 2009 /  #75
Shelley are you a communist?

I dont think so, Ive never really considered myself as one, but I find your comment a bit funny, a bit like some American in the 1980s.

I didnt see anything in the link you gave me apart from a few none discript comments (one liners) and a box where I could comment, was your point that no one could comment? Welcome to censorship.
Arien 3 | 721  
12 Jul 2009 /  #76
he does a job that needs to be done..we rely on them...look at the chaos when they dont turn up..

Love ya.

:)

Seriously!
ragtime27 1 | 146  
12 Jul 2009 /  #77
Shelley are you a communist?

no,she's a Zionist :)
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
12 Jul 2009 /  #78
And this has to do with Ireland how??? Or do you hate Jews that much you feel the need to bring them in to every topic on this Polish forum, which is no place for a dirty muslim I may add...Go and run along and say your prayers that your peodo fake prophit wrote!
ragtime27 1 | 146  
12 Jul 2009 /  #79
no,I just get a buzz seeing you bringing your bs,ohh I forgot it's a Polish roman,catholic forum,sorry my mistake :)
SeanBM 35 | 5,808  
12 Jul 2009 /  #80
I wrote something completely diffrent.

So out with it then, what did you want them to post/publish?, jeez this thread is like pulling teeth.

The whole thread is about your comment not being posted in the News paper, now you can post it, you go off in to never never land, ha ha ha.

You playing hard to get Del Boy?, get up outta that garden! :)
irishdeano 5 | 304  
12 Jul 2009 /  #81
Ok i will comment on this story
Its Combat 18 who has issued this, Who are a Neo Nazis, They are linked with groups such as the UDA. They have been putting people out of there homes for years, Just cause its issued a statement everyone thinks its only happened now. I have been reading stories of it for years, They also break Head stones of graves, They spray there slogans over hunger striker Displays.

They want to target other ethics because it makes them lose the majority in Northern Ireland.

Combat 18 targed catholic families for years

so Del Boy dont think they are only targeting ethic groups.
Ireland32 2 | 172  
12 Jul 2009 /  #82
I have been following this merry-go-round of a thread since yesterday evening but it fails to go anywhere. Maybe we should call in RevokeNice to lend a hand yes/no

There are 3 main newspapers in the North of Ireland;

Belfast Telegraph - predominately read by protestants

The Newsletter - as above

The Irish News - aimed at the cathloic community. I suggest Del Boy you use the media that are more likely to support your voice and would appreciate a dig at the opposition.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808  
12 Jul 2009 /  #83
I have been following this merry-go-round of a thread since yesterday evening but it fails to go anywhere.

Well it would certainly head in one direction;)

I read somewhere that there are Polish newspapers too?.
Ireland32 2 | 172  
12 Jul 2009 /  #84
Yes there are polish newspapers and weekly magazines available in most large newsagents here.

For a good read also check out anphoblacht.com - 'Loyalist Flags Increase Tensions'
SeanBM 35 | 5,808  
12 Jul 2009 /  #85
"First Minister Martin McGuinness has comically referred to as an outbreak of "flag flu".

:)

dont think they are only targeting ethic groups.

Not a great long term stratagem from the loyalists.
A minority causing hostility towards legal foreign nationals living and settling in N.Ireland, will work against them.

"The UDA officially ended its violent campaign on 11 November 2007 when it ordered its militant wing, the UFF, to stand down."

Which begs the question is this a legit threat?.
I hope not.
Ireland32 2 | 172  
12 Jul 2009 /  #86
"The UDA officially ended its violent campaign on 11 November 2007 when it ordered its militant wing, the UFF, to stand down."

Its harder to decommission the minds of some of these people. That is why it pisses me of when pricks like Revokenice came onto the forum acting like 'Cromwell'. He proports to be an Irish Man. For years the Catholic community in the North were treated like a minority. Forced out of their homes, denied jobs and social housing........and he has the nerve to expect us to support his aims to cleanse Ireland of the Poles......
SeanBM 35 | 5,808  
12 Jul 2009 /  #87
This is the internet and not everything or everyone are as they seem.
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,442  
12 Jul 2009 /  #88
Forced out of their homes, denied jobs and social housing........and he has the nerve to expect us to support his aims to cleanse Ireland of the Poles......

he is just acting up what has been done to him in the past. Not an excuse but it happens all the time.

Toodles

Aphro:)
Ireland32 2 | 172  
12 Jul 2009 /  #89
he is just acting up what has been done to him in the past

For what its worth...... I condemn the actions of those responsible for issuing such a threat. They do not represent the views of the majority of people who live in the North.

Shame on them.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
12 Jul 2009 /  #90
Del boy

Who the hell are you to lecture us Irish in our own land? Remember this and remember it well, you are a temporary guest. A pole will never be fully accepted in the Irish nation.

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