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 Soldiers shot, some killed, at drive-by shooting in Antrim

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PostSubject: Re: Soldiers shot, some killed, at drive-by shooting in Antrim   Tue Mar 10, 2009 5:22 am

I note from a recent news story that the dole here and the guards were manning the borders as people only got E50 a week to live on. How does one live on that in thye Uk or Northern Ireland?

and before you say off topic ................whatever discontent kids feel with 200 quid on the dole waht does three years of that do to the psyche? This economy collapse will only aid extremists in NI.

SinnFein will be totally wrong footed if another group maintains a sustained campaign. there is a lot to be played for and old politivcal scores to be settled by unveiling a new generation IRA. It is also possible that such an organistaion may have cells of clean skins. Given the way they got Mckevitt and the rest of those currently behind bars lots of lessons will have been learned.
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PostSubject: Re: Soldiers shot, some killed, at drive-by shooting in Antrim   Tue Mar 10, 2009 2:33 pm

The so called "Continuity IRA" has claimed responsibility for the murder of PSNI Constable Stephen Carroll last night.

It appears the thugs of the multiple dissident groups are now trying to show each other up by proving that they too can get hold of a gun, fire a few rounds, and call it an operation.

I suppose we'll get the self styled "Óglaigh na hÉirann" trying the same antics in the coming days... just to let us all know that they know how to pull a trigger too.
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PostSubject: Re: Soldiers shot, some killed, at drive-by shooting in Antrim   Tue Mar 10, 2009 8:52 pm

Two men, aged 17 and 37, have been arrested in connection with the murder of Constable Stephen Carroll.
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PostSubject: Re: Soldiers shot, some killed, at drive-by shooting in Antrim   Tue Mar 10, 2009 11:36 pm

I have to say I was impressed by Martin McGuinness's forceful comments today. Perhaps the ultimate irony is that the so-called continuity IRA and the so-called Real IRA (Is there a Diet IRA too?) is that it may make people more determined to hold onto the peace. Unionist politicians were genuinely taken aback at the strength of some of the comments made by some SF people. On the RTE news it was reported that after one comment made, two UUP councillors went up to the SFer who had just delivered a stinging denunciation of the attacks and shook his hand. In the Assembly the Rev Ian Paisley praised an impromptu sermon delivered at a cross-religious gathering by a local Catholic priest, saying it was one of the best statements he had ever heard a "man of the cloth" deliver in all his years in politics. So the CIRA and the RIRA may end up binding SF and the Unionist community together, not splitting them up. They may have made the Good Friday and St Andrews Agreements stronger, not weaker.
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