When exactly were the Irish spilling their blood during the boom????
Go and read up on Irish history. I don't mind debating things with people as long as they have a bit of knowledge about what they are actually talking about.
Thomas Clarke, James Connolly , Padraig Pearse, Patsy O'Hara, Bobby Sands, Martin Hurson, etc etc etc etc etc.
These men did n't die for one fifth of their country to be still occupied in the 21st century nor did they die for this so -called "multi cultural" mess it has become.
although, i m a southerner, before people start saying that "northern" Ireland is british and different from the south ..some facts.
1. The last king of Ireland Hugh O'Neill had his castle in Dungannon, Co Tyrone, The remains are still there
2. Thomas Clarke, the first signatory of the Irish proclaimation was from Tyrone, north of Ireland
3.Brian Boru, from whom Ireland gets the Harp symbol was burried in Co Armagh north of Ireland
4. Saint Patrick, was a sheep herder in Antrim north of Ireland and is burried in downpatrick north of Ireland
5. The ancient sport of hurling was invented in Antrim north of Ireland
I could go on. If you say northern Ireland is british you should not celebrate St Patricks day, play hurling, use the harp symbol etc. The north is probably more historically signifcant than anywhere in the south here. The partition of Ireland was illegal and denied the democratic wishes of the Irish to be totally free. We should focus on this before allowing mass immigration