« on: October 11, 2016, 07:54:01 am »
The north issue is getting really ugly, no one here wants a border, north or south. There's talk of repealing the convention on human rights, which results in a nullification of the good Friday agreement, that and May's ugly comments about soldiers no longer being harassed (when they were performing vengeance killings on innocent people in the North).
The north not having suffered enough, it now looks like Fianna Fáil are looking to establish a party in the north. This is the corrupt auction politics party that bravely led us into the crash, the illegal property deals, the zero pay for corporations.
Sinn Féin is the already established republican party up there, but widely associated with the IRA and the troubles, however since the Good Friday agreement, the power sharing, an uncomfortable peace has been hard won on both sides, with concessions on each side; SF take seats in government but don't take up the ones they are entitled to in Parliament over the water.
FF are not as classy a bunch, don't expect violence from them, but they will take up their seats in parliament.
If they do that, England will be begging for a breakup of the Union.