• ross1948 19:00 on December 9, 2022 Permalink Reply
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    Indecency Update – Eire Fined For Pro-Terror Chant


    Nice to see some good news on UK Pravda!

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    Nice also to see that UEFA, which has in the past given cause for dire offence….

    UEFA – Useless Eejits, Friggin Asses!

    UEFA Vector Logo - Logowik.com

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    …can make an eminently sensible decision.

    Uefa’s control, ethics and disciplinary body issued the fine (£17,271), described the incident as “a violation of the basic rules of decent conducthttps://www.bbc.com/sport/football/63894969

    The indecency referred to?

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    UEFA Investigates Eire’s Soccer Sows! 

    The Football Association of Ireland has been fined 20,000 euros by Uefa over the Republic of Ireland women’s team singing a pro-IRA chant after their World Cup play-off win over Scotland.

    Maybe the punishment should have been more draconian but the finding of indecency is welcome.

    And there was a spin-off benefit from the vile vixens’ indecent conduct….

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    Eire Terror Fans Multiply…Or Surface? 

     …as we learned how the pro-terror piece had ‘risen up the charts...’ on a wave of public support received from so many evil ignoramuses in Ulster’s bad neighbour….

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    …indicating what fate might be in store for our decent British kindred there….

    Ulster Brits Face ‘Zimbabwe’ Nightmare – No Surrender! 

    ….if they were ever sacrificed on the altar of Eire’s aggressive expansionism, that irrational, atavistic concept continually propagated by the Dublin in-crowd, e g.

    Micheal Martin –  ‘I want unification. I make no bones about the fact that I want a United Ireland.

    Even while every Ulster Brit knows full well…Lest We Forget…Eire’s Neck-Deep Collusion With Murder! ..Eire governments’ long record of aiding and abetting terrorism.

    A video emerged on social media of the players singing the chant in the changing room soon after sealing qualification for their first-ever major tournament on 11 October https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/63894969

     

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