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twoleftfeet 2:13 Sun Jan 30
Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
It was a war and like all wars innocent people get killed or an atrocity that British soldiers should be tried for?

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Northern Sold 2:18 Mon Jan 31
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
Royal Irish Regiment
Irish Guards
Connaught Rangers
Royal Irish Rangers
Royal Irish Fusiliers
... and the good old Inniskillings... who Wellington flogged more men than any other regiment

Good hardcore Mick Regiments

arsene york-hunt 12:28 Mon Jan 31
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
Why do we not have these emotional documentaries about say the Warrington bombings or is that not PC enough Just to remind you, the troops were sent in by Harold Wilson to protect innocents from sectarian violence, which was rife at the time, and soon became the targets of the IRA crime sindicate. The victims here were British soldiers murdered by the republican mafia.

Side of Ham 12:14 Mon Jan 31
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
Yes Surf, but we was all colonised he can’t have it as just the Irish being colonised so let’s face it, it’s the English he has the chip over.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:10 Mon Jan 31
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
Side of Ham 11:59 Sun Jan 30

1846? British parliament, mate. British and Irish, in fact.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:08 Mon Jan 31
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
You can't have a passive genocide, you cock.

It wasn't 'millions', it was a million. The population wasn't halved, it fell by 20-25%, mostly due to emigration. These facts are bad enough, why embellish them? Certainly there was callousness and criminal stupidity on the British side

Your interpretation also absolves from guilt the rich Irish farmers who exported grain which could have fed the people.

Mike Oxsaw 12:01 Mon Jan 31
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
Is Rhodesia/Zimbabwe a good model upon which to base a "united Ireland"

What even defines "a country"?

If it's (just) a piece of land surrounded by (sea) water then mainland Europe, Africa and the Americas have far too many countries and New Zealand & the UK too few.

Side of Ham 11:59 Sun Jan 30
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
Bamber that would have been the English parliament…..you need to learn a bit more…..such is your bitterness…..also many of have Celtic lines….you went too far back for blame….we’re all mongrels probably including you…..

Bamber 11:55 Sun Jan 30
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
Millions were starving in Ireland and the British parliament left them to die when they had the responsibility and means to do something about it. It's more passive than actually killing people but just as effective. The population of Ireland was halved and still hasn't recovered. The quote below is from the parliament.uk website in case you think I'm using Irish sources.

Public works projects achieved little, while Sir Charles Trevelyan, who was in charge of the relief effort, limited government aid on the basis of laissez-faire principles and an evangelical belief that “the judgement of God sent the calamity to teach the Irish a lesson”.

Iron Duke 11:52 Sun Jan 30
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
You got me there

Side of Ham 11:47 Sun Jan 30
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
….see before all that you were clans….clans that didn’t get on…..

riosleftsock 11:45 Sun Jan 30
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
Took the english coin because he didn't want to or couldn't earn a crust in the celtic tiger, then wants to spit on the graves of our soldiers.

Fuck you Bamber. Stay over there and don't come back, you are not welcome. Cunt.

Iron Duke 11:42 Sun Jan 30
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
Also, are you saying that the English only got involved in 1969? I’m pretty sure they had plenty of involvement before that.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:40 Sun Jan 30
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
Bamber

By describing the Great Famine as 'genocide' you show your true colours. It was a lot of things, but genocide it wasn't.

Iron Duke 11:38 Sun Jan 30
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
2 rights don’t make a wrong 🤔

Pentonville 11:22 Sun Jan 30
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
ah ur irish going by ur profile?. ok. just wanted to see if u were somone who can be trusted to give a fair response. obvs not. ur gonna say what ur saying obviously and u probably know people directly affected by the conflict. but and there is a but....2 rights dont make a wrong and ur lot were fucking killing each other brother. way before we got involved.

Pentonville 11:20 Sun Jan 30
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
british colonisation? where u from bamber?

Bamber 11:13 Sun Jan 30
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
I rest my case because your question comes from a position of knowing nothing of 800 years of British colonisation and systematic attempts to destroy our language, culture, religion and people - Google Scottish plantations, Cromwell in Ireland, Catholic Emancipation, the Famine (genocide of millions), partition just for starters and then see if you can figure why you get the blame. Then ask yourself why none of this is ever taught I'm English schools.

riosleftsock 11:02 Sun Jan 30
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
Rescind the letters of comfort, then lets talk about it.

Or issue letters of comfort to all the brave british soldiers who served there, including members of my family.

Side of Ham 10:37 Sun Jan 30
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
You don’t rest your case you avoid going back to what caused all this…..we should never have been there if you didn’t want to destroy each other.

Bamber 10:21 Sun Jan 30
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
I rest my case M'lud.

Side of Ham 9:48 Sun Jan 30
Re: Bloody Sunday, 50 years on.
Was the Northern Irish conflict leading to a genocide of another religions presence from the Isles? I’m trying to fathom why we went in let alone still get the blame for it all.

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