Youngian wrote: ↑Sat Jul 24, 2021 10:57 amJust big kids really. One day they'll see sense and stop their tantrum and come back home.Cyclist wrote: ↑Wed Jul 14, 2021 6:36 pm The only reason I can think of for describing Irish cross-border trade as a problem and not wanting to encourage more of it is because the Tories fully intended to reinstate the hard border, call in the army, and turn the clock back to the 1970s.DUP, Gove and a few others maybe. Most of the ERG think there’s a country called Southern Ireland full of happy farmers jigging with a pig under their arms. Brexiters did dedicate some of their massive brain power to Ireland and there were three camps; The good ol’ Paddies will back us against the Krauts, Frogs and Wops. Then there’s the traditional ‘we’ll show the Micks who’s boss’ if they step out of line (See Priti Patel). And down at Arkham Asylum is Farage and Hoey who predicted Ireland would rejoin the UK to grab a slice of the Brexit boom.
Please someone, tell me I'm wrong.
Worth grasping Irish politics even if not interested to illuminate the stupidity of the moron bottom feeders running this state.
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