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Of course it’s got to do with colour. All the people form sub Sahara and Africa and Pakistan that come over here are all a particular colour. Their outlook on life and their morals and beliefs are mil

My little girl is ten , she reads a lot and the majority is nonsense fiction type “ Lottie brooks “ style books about girls her age and the dramas they face , new girl at school , makes new friends ,

As the bible says In revelation Ireland an the world is fast approaching a cashless soceity, The relentless drive by the banks to reduce our access to cash moves on apace with AIB now ending cash

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58 minutes ago, VOON said:

It’s been very good for Ireland…..turned it from a backwards nation to a prospering one….and the kicker is, we only went in cos the U.K. was….and now they’ve gone and left….

Ireland will never leave the E.U.

There has being over €200 billion worth of fish taken out of irish waters since joining the EU .

 

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1 hour ago, Francie said:

Voon the eu are unelected men whos sole purpose is to rid each country of there sovereignty an join under the eu flag,whilst controlling every aspect of Ireland,money,buisness,trade,fishing,farming etc complete f***ing jokers they are.

The main way they are getting rid of sovereign countries is through mass immigration .

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59 minutes ago, paul sr said:

There has being over €200 billion worth of fish taken out of irish waters since joining the EU .

 

2021 $498.56B $99,152 13.48%
2020 $425.89B $85,423 5.87%
2019 $399.12B $80,887 4.92%
2018 $385.04B $79,108 9.03%
2017 $335.43B $69,774 8.94%
2016 $298.93B $62,862 2.04%
2015 $291.58B $62,012 25.18%
2014 $258.97B $55,600 8.71%
2013 $238.28B $51,533 1.27%
2012 $225.50B $49,026 -0.05%
2011 $238.98B $52,177 1.07%
2010 $221.88B $48,655 1.76%
2009 $236.44B $52,133 -5.10%
2008 $275.45B $61,353 -4.49%
2007 $270.08B $61,396 5.31%
2006 $232.18B $54,329 4.98%
2005 $211.88B $50,933 5.74%
2004 $194.37B $47,754 6.79%
2003 $164.67B $41,204 3.01%
2002 $128.60B $32,705 5.90%
2001 $109.35B $28,282 5.30%
2000 $100.21B $26,335 9.40%
1999 $98.89B $26,338 10.52%
1998 $90.20B $24,295 8.76%
1997 $82.86B $22,551 11.01%
1996 $75.79B $20,836 7.37%
1995 $69.14B $19,158 9.63%
1994 $57.10B $15,903 5.76%
1993 $52.42B $14,657 2.69%
1992 $55.92B $15,714 3.34%
1991 $49.79B $14,087 1.93%
1990 $49.31B $14,031 8.47%
1989 $39.24B $11,176 5.81%
1988 $37.77B $10,716 5.22%
1987 $33.92B $9,582 4.66%
1986 $28.71B $8,112 -0.43%
1985 $21.27B $6,012 3.09%
1984 $20.11B $5,692 4.35%
1983 $20.77B $5,915 -0.24%
1982 $21.47B $6,161 2.28%
1981 $20.67B $5,986 3.33%
1980 $21.75B $6,372 3.08%
1979 $18.32B $5,430 3.07%
1978 $14.65B $4,400 7.19%
1977 $11.25B $3,427 8.21%
1976 $9.45B $2,920 1.39%
1975 $9.48B $2,973 5.66%
1974 $7.90B $2,517 4.26%
1973 $7.48B $2,424 4.72%
1972 $6.32B $2,080 6.49%
1971 $5.10B $1,704 3.47%
1970 $4.40B $1,487 %
1969 $3.79B $1,291 %
1968 $3.28B $1,125 %
1967 $3.34B $1,152 %
1966 $3.10B $1,075 %
1965 $2.95B $1,024 %
1964 $2.77B $965 %
1963 $2.43B $852 %
1962 $2.26B $797 %
1961 $2.09B $739 %
1960 $1.94B $686 %
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@VOONdo you honestly think this is the best for Ireland,having to ask the permission of the unelected communists at the eu.

Hang your heads in shame,actually go jump of a cliff you weak pathetic fools of tds in Ireland.

We don't want no part of the eu superstate,our sovereignty is ours,f**k you meehaw

 

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2 minutes ago, Francie said:

@VOONdo you honestly think this is the best for Ireland,having to ask the permission of the unelected communists at the eu.

Hang your heads in shame,actually go jump of a cliff you weak pathetic fools of tds in Ireland.

We don't want no part of the eu superstate,our sovereignty is ours,f**k you meehaw

 

Everyone is too rich because of it mate, too many vested interests…..from farmers to TDs, nobody wants the money fountain to stop save a few free thinkers. 
 

I don’t want to get into the whole Britain/Ireland thing but the communists who stoked the flames of splitting from Britain under the banner of Sinn Fein diminished both of us it could be argued…..which is exactly what they wanted to do. 
 

What do you think ?

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5 hours ago, WILF said:

Everyone is too rich because of it mate, too many vested interests…..from farmers to TDs, nobody wants the money fountain to stop save a few free thinkers. 
 

I don’t want to get into the whole Britain/Ireland thing but the communists who stoked the flames of splitting from Britain under the banner of Sinn Fein diminished both of us it could be argued…..which is exactly what they wanted to do. 
 

What do you think ?

Do you mean shinners these days or years ago wilf?

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Just now, Francie said:

Do you mean shinners these days or years ago wilf?

At the time of and leading up to the Easter rising mate.

Some of the main people to stir that up were avowed communists. 
I know it all gets wildly complicated and I admit to not having a deep enough knowledge of all of it including the following civil war but I know a few bits.

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5 minutes ago, WILF said:

At the time of and leading up to the Easter rising mate.

Some of the main people to stir that up were avowed communists. 
I know it all gets wildly complicated and I admit to not having a deep enough knowledge of all of it including the following civil war but I know a few bits.

I'm not really clued up either wilf tbh

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Just now, Francie said:

I'm not really clued up either wilf tbh

I know Connolly (father and son) were raving communists and the son (I think) travelled to Russia to meet with Lenin.

The Russians hoped it would spark  a wider communist revolution in Europe and who better to start with than the biggest imperial power in the world.

There was (despite the English treatment of Ireland) no great hankering for breaking the union until the likes of Connolly and those like him started fanning the flames.

Thats how I understand it. 
 

It (imho) damaged both of us greatly.

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34 minutes ago, WILF said:

I know Connolly (father and son) were raving communists and the son (I think) travelled to Russia to meet with Lenin.

The Russians hoped it would spark  a wider communist revolution in Europe and who better to start with than the biggest imperial power in the world.

There was (despite the English treatment of Ireland) no great hankering for breaking the union until the likes of Connolly and those like him started fanning the flames.

Thats how I understand it. 
 

It (imho) damaged both of us greatly.

Must get a read up on it wilf

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