Named For IRA Vermin? Never OK!


Really quite extraordinary, the report on ‘Ulster GAA Chief Executive Brian McAvoy,’ who apparently does NOT think that…

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name changes to certain grounds or clubs called after IRA or INLA members would have a significant impact…

Impact on what?

… more Protestants becoming involved in Gaelic Games…

https://m.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/i-want-more-protestants-playing-gaelic-games-but-changing-the-names-of-clubs-called-after-ira-members-wouldnt-have-an-impact-says-brian-mcavoy-42174823.html

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The meaning, in this Belfast Telegraph report, of ‘Protestants,’ it seems, is loyal Brits, though in fact there are ‘Protestants’ who are utterly disloyal, eager to collab with Ulster’s malevolent neighbour, Eire…

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…in its expansionist ambitions.

Similarly there are no doubt Catholics who, since they live in the United Kingdom, understand…

…that their proper allegiance is to the Crown.

But that’s secondary to the immediate issue, which surely has to be —-

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What kind of mentality does this man McAvoy possess….

…if he sees it merely in terms of attracting a more ‘diverse’ crowd.

There must be a moral blotch where the rest of us have a conscience.

The REAL issue is the spiritual cancer embedded in those GAA clubs…

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…which see nothing wrong with honouring cowardly,  treasonous, terrorist scum…

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…aka the IRA.

No decent person of any creed should enter any such satanic  ‘sports’ venues…

EVER!


https://m.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/i-want-more-protestants-playing-gaelic-games-but-changing-the-names-of-clubs-called-after-ira-members-wouldnt-have-an-impact-says-brian-mcavoy-42174823.html