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Old 17-01-2019, 08:37 AM
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Default House of Commons pwns Sinn Féin's critics

John Bruton, Leo Varadkar, Mehole Martin, and even the likes of Duff, Stacky, and the other loons that said Sinn Féin should do an absolute about-face on their election promises and swear an oath of allegiance to a british monarch - ye took some hell of a beating in the last two nights in the house of commons.

First of all Teresa May's Deal was beaten by 230 votes so the 7 Sinn Féin MPs had they been there to vote wouldn't have affected the outcome. And then to underline it, on the Vote of No Confidence in Teresa May's Government the motion was defeated by 19 votes.

Something tells me though that these gobby politicians and their sycophants here will ignore the cold hard facts and continue to try criticise Sinn Fein's policy re the House of Commons.

Black Tuesday and Wednesday for the motley crew
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Old 17-01-2019, 08:43 AM
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Tell it to Maduro.
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Old 17-01-2019, 08:49 AM
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What does Maduro have to do with how the House of Commons voted this week?
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Old 17-01-2019, 09:11 AM
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SINN Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald has defended two senior party members' attendance at last week's inauguration of Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro.

The party has been criticised for sending former Stormont minister Conor Murphy and general secretary Dawn Doyle to the event after Mr Maduro's re-election was branded a fraud by the EU and US.

Mrs McDonald said Mr Maduro had been "democratically elected", adding that there were people in Ireland too who would not endorse the leadership of the taoiseach Leo Varadkar.



Sinn Féin was criticised after two senior party figures attended the inauguration of Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro. Picture by Ariana Cubillos
Fianna Fáil's foreign affairs spokesman Niall Collins said Sinn Féin's presence at the inauguration was "just another example" of why the party is "unfit for government"








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http://en.rfi.fr/americas/20190110-e...a-undemocratic

In a statement issued on behalf of the European Union, the bloc's diplomatic chief Federica Mogherini said the result of May's elections "lacked any credibility" and condemned Maduro for ignoring international calls for new polls.

"President Maduro is today starting a new mandate on the basis of non-democratic elections," the statement said.
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Old 17-01-2019, 09:17 AM
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Two live ones already!
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Old 17-01-2019, 09:18 AM
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What does Maduro have to do with how the House of Commons voted this week?
Sinn Fein support a murdering dictator who just won a corrupt election.


Sending reps half way across the planet to support this socialist crackpot but happy to take £££ from Her Majesty to have a jolly on expenses while at the same time letting the D.U.P. have full reign stating that the represent the people of Northern Ireland (that SF preach daily that they care about but do nothing)


The D.U.P. only have 10 seats and in a tight vote (like yesterday) they would have influence or resign the seats (loss of expenses etc) and let other voices speak up for their communities.


It is like hiring a barrister to represent you on big fees and expenses (say after robbing a bank in Northern Ireland of say £25 million) and as you walk into the courthouse he/she says "Good luck as I cannot go any further" and the prosecution's barrister tears you to shreds daily for years.

These Republicans can influence an issue that is crucially important to both jurisdictions onthis island they allegedly represent (we are an all-island party BS) As always, they are all mouth and protest when it comes to actually making a difference through politics but they refuse to have a say in government policy’s and the direction that Norn Iron will be taking?

So what exactly are they doing that benefits the island?

Nothing, moan, protest, complain, crisis, Venezuela is great, crisis etc.

It’s all very well being against the Queen and being a Republican and not wanting to swear an oath but they are happy to accept her money.

(Please elect me, give me the £££ and I cannot help you on Brexit).

Now when is the next garden party in Balmoral where we can have afternoon tea with the Royals?
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Old 17-01-2019, 09:19 AM
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More 'bad PR', scumbag.


Venezuela Is Starving

Once Latin America’s richest country, Venezuela can no longer feed its people, hobbled by the nationalization of farms as well as price and currency controls




https://www.wsj.com/articles/venezue...ing-1493995317
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Old 17-01-2019, 09:29 AM
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3 already.

Anymore for anymore?
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Old 17-01-2019, 09:31 AM
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3 already.

Anymore for anymore?
How do you defend your shower sending two representitves to this animal's inaugeration?



Heres a hint, you cant.




Go do some work you bum.
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Old 17-01-2019, 09:45 AM
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3 already.

Anymore for anymore?
SF moanbox......

Crisis,housing and hospitals,corruption ,economic mismanagement,no civil rights etc etc etc....oh wait....that is in Venezuela....sure tis grand....
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