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Comment #1295670 by Adrian Martyn

Adrian Martyn Jun 16th 2013, 5:33 PM #

Gives us back the Six Counties then we’ll talk, Sammy!

Eh, on second thoughts, no, you’re grand – keep them, and we’ll steal away!

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Ireland is “stealing” the UK’s tax funds, according to NI finance minister

Ireland is “stealing” the UK’s tax funds, according to NI finance minister

Safe to say we know what Sammy Wilson wants to see on the G8 agenda, then.

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    Jun 16th 2013, 11:03 PM

    What do you mean give them back? Do you own them or what? I am laying claim to them too so I think we’ve a problem here.

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    Jun 16th 2013, 11:08 PM

    David I wouldn’t read to much into those comments about the 6 counties. I think for a lot of people they say it mainly because he’s an anti-Catholic/anti-Irish bigot. This nonsense he’s coming out with stems from that. He’s the guy who applauded the UVF when they said that if the British government was to abandon NI they would form an Ulster Nation and force all Catholics out of the 6 counties

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    Jun 17th 2013, 11:22 AM

    I do read into them, the reason is because the hatred for the likes of myself on this island is very real, anytime that we delude ourselves into thinking the rest of the island somehow likes us these hate filled comments always serve to confirm the reality.

    People can say what they like about Sammy Wilson and other Unionists, just bear in mind that we have to accept the likes of Martin McGuinness, Gerry Kelly, Conor Murphy and other convicted terrorists being a part of our govt, everytime a word is spoken about it we are told that these people are elected representatives and to get on with it, well Sammy is an elected representative too so get on with it.

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    Jun 17th 2013, 1:03 PM

    I wasn’t arguing with you, David. Just trying to make it a little less hostile on here. Wilson is being an ass right now. The most annoying part is that his reasons are out of hatred and he should mind his own business. You know what I think about Sinn Fein.

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    Jun 17th 2013, 4:06 PM

    The people on this thread are happy to badmouth Sammy Wilson, the same people believe its ok though for IRA terrorists to sit on NI’s government, its double standards in the most blatant form. Sammy Wilson has a right to speak out about what he thinks, if the likes of Gerry Kelly can have a voice and a say in how I live my life then Sammy Wilson has that right too as does every other Unionist and moderate nationalist in Stormont or in local govt.

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    Jun 18th 2013, 12:17 AM

    No one said he didn’t. People have the right to speak out and people have the right to respond negatively or positively.

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    Jun 18th 2013, 3:53 AM

    David – apologies if offense was caused. I can clearly see how it could be caused. I should have added quotation marks “” to the first line, to make it clear it was not a personal sentiment, but one which we often see on these boards, always from the less charming members (bigoted, sinister, pyschotic) of our nation. On the contrary, the second line – which is deliberately without quotation marks – pretty much sums up how most folk down here regard Northern Ireland, as Another Country.

    Needless to say, said BSPs are no longer representative of folks down here (as evidence, I point out FF’s decades-long flaccid republicanism, and lack of interest in SF’s border polls). The virulent dogmas that dominated 20th century Ireland have demonstrably failed everyone. And personally I don’t care for SF anymore than yourself – any party who’s leading members authorised/endorsed the mass murder of Irish people (in the broadest sense of the word) should never get a vote anywhere in Ireland. But it worked for decades for FF …

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