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Every Phrase Spoken In Irish
CulzieDate: Tuesday, 2014-11-04, 3:06 PM | Message # 1
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...Is a bullet in the freedom struggle. So say the IRA and Sinn Fein

Most people in Northern Ireland did not understand the Irish language and had no particular interest in it, he said. Mr Campbell said that his words "concentrated a few minds as to how ludicrous are these people who insist on doing this all the time"."I am very fond of Ulster Scots music, but if I started every question with a few words of Will ye go lassie go?, they'd say: 'Catch yourself on'," he said."My tolerance gets stretched beyond any credibility when I hear Irish ad nauseam on hundreds of occasions for no purpose other than a political one," Mr Campbell said."I exposed the fallacy and the nonsense of people who insist on using Irish to begin every single contribution, no matter what the topic is, when most people don't understand what they're saying."

Linda Ervine, an Irish language development officer in east Belfast, said she was "surprised and disappointed to hear such idiocy coming from Stormont". "Unfortunately, the language act that was agreed as part of the Good Friday Agreement has never been brought into play so maybe that's why people feel that they have to push it in an official way," she said. "I'm not saying that what Sinn Féin is doing is the correct way of using the language, but they're entitled to do that. It's one sentence and it's really Gregory's overreaction."

Around the time of the IRA hunger strikes Sinn Fein launched a new cultural campaign and at a conference in West Belfast Padraig O'Maoicraoibhe, a Sinn Fein cultural officer, said, 'I don't think we can exist as a separate people without our language. Now every phrase you learn is a bullet in the freedom struggle.

At the conference in Conway Mill on 26 May 1982 another Sinn Fein activist, Tarlach MacIonractaigh, said, 'The armed struggle is the highest point of the cultural revival.' The proceedings of the conference were reported in a Sinn Fein publication entitled Learning Irish and in this Sinn Fein observed that, 'Everyone [at the conference] was agreed that there was a definite link between the National Struggle and the Cultural Revival.'

From the IRA's Green Book

Constitution of Oglaigh Na hEireann

To promote the revival of the Irish language as the everyday language of the people.

Our culture is something of which we should be proud, it is part of our identity and it can also be used against the British to show the separateness of our identity as an individual nation.


Ulster Protestants consider themselves to be a separate nation. This nation they call Ulster
 
JohnPDate: Wednesday, 2014-11-19, 2:58 PM | Message # 2
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Sad to see that Protestant society is failing the working-class that they are so deprived of their cultue they have sunk to this.

btw, did this site go down for a while? I only got in again by accessing a link on a blog. Was being told before that this place didn't exist with the old link...
 
CulzieDate: Friday, 2014-11-21, 8:16 PM | Message # 3
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True John, Sorry about that. I thought it was down too. It was 'info.com' something like that, but its went back to its original of 'ucoz.com' The way this works is that there has to be some activity. If there is no activity for 30 days (think it is) they close it down.

Aye your right about the culture thing. Its a sad state of affairs when they are actually aiding and abetting the ira/sinn fein who have said  that every phrase spoken in Irish is a bullet in their 'struggle'. So Linda Ervine is assisting them in their goal. She has the Protestants firing bullets for sinn fein/ira


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RSAUBDate: Tuesday, 2014-12-23, 7:39 PM | Message # 4
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Traitors and quislings all around us these days!
 
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