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Up the what Nigel??LaughLaughLaugh....ackie juce and head case will not to amused!Laugh

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By:
casemoney
When: 12 Oct 21 18:13
Farage is not a Tory Kenny  , thought you only had problems with Tories ,Infact Nige works alonf the same Lines as your Mate Ferguson , he would be all for an Independent England Grin
By:
lapsy pa
When: 12 Oct 21 18:23
ooo ahh? Laugh
By:
sofiakenny
When: 12 Oct 21 18:30
Where do I state he's a tory?...you've lost the plot case.
By:
lapsy pa
When: 19 Oct 21 10:31
Claire Byrne on RTE's Primetime ripped him a new hole last night,'you haven't a clue Nigel' that was re Irish history. He also got shown his 'Up the Ra' clip which he got £87 for.
By:
lfc1971
When: 19 Oct 21 10:40
Was Farage not allowed to criticise ?  oh dear
By:
politicspunter
When: 19 Oct 21 10:42
Lol, just checked out that "Up the Ra" clip. How on earth can anyone be so foolish as Farage?
By:
lfc1971
When: 19 Oct 21 10:45
It’s very funny Laugh
By:
lfc1971
When: 19 Oct 21 10:49
Tell Claire Byrne to get a sense of humour ..and yes Nigel can be critical of the Irish
- tough !
By:
lapsy pa
When: 19 Oct 21 10:54
Poor Nige,not the same man at all since he went to Trumps 'victory' party.
By:
politicspunter
When: 19 Oct 21 10:56

Oct 19, 2021 -- 4:54AM, lapsy pa wrote:


Poor Nige,not the same man at all since he went to Trumps 'victory' party.


That programme was one of the best pieces of television ever regarding politics. A truly fascinating piece of tv.

By:
lfc1971
When: 19 Oct 21 10:56
It was just seeing him with his nice specs and holding up his cup of coffee
and saying ‘ up the ra’  it’s hilarious
He looks so English .
By:
lapsy pa
When: 19 Oct 21 11:20
He had the cheek to say why did Ireland rebel against British rule for 500 years and then give away their independence to the EU.

Claire should have been a bit more brutal,500 years of pillaging,starvation,ethnic cleansing,to being one of Europes/Worlds wealthier nations in just 20 years since joining the EU, it puts your countries Irish activities under clear perspective Nigel.
By:
lfc1971
When: 19 Oct 21 11:28
Doubtless like a lot of Irish people she is not very knowledgeable about the history
Who do you think built those fine buildings in the south of Ireland and in NI for that matter ?
Yes the British , actually Ireland is British really
By:
lfc1971
When: 19 Oct 21 11:30
And we have continued to finance the country and employ millions over the last 100 years
Since ‘ independence ‘
By:
peckerdunne
When: 19 Oct 21 11:39
Oh, so Britain was built by the Irish and other migrants.

Once again we agree lfc, not to hard is it.
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 19 Oct 21 11:40
I am going to call for a vet
By:
lfc1971
When: 19 Oct 21 11:42
pecker , Britain was built by British people - including those from the south of Ireland who were fortunate enough to be come to live and work in England
By:
lfc1971
When: 19 Oct 21 11:44
That’s the history - your broadcasters should know that
And not be so disrespectful to Nigel
By:
lfc1971
When: 19 Oct 21 11:47
She was very rude , that reflects badly on her and on Ireland rather than Nigel
By:
lapsy pa
When: 19 Oct 21 12:13
Nige has fecked the UK up,he wants to share that with Ireland lol.On yer bike Nige.
By:
politicspunter
When: 19 Oct 21 12:16
Bring back Farage into standing for election again please. He is a licence to print money Laugh
By:
PorcupineorPineapple
When: 19 Oct 21 12:18
Think we're about six months away from Farage sucking off businessmen in hotels for £50.
By:
lfc1971
When: 19 Oct 21 12:32
Malcolm Arnold has just moved to Dublin ( for tax purposes)
BBC radio 3
By:
lfc1971
When: 19 Oct 21 12:34
He was an English composer 1921- 2006
By:
politicspunter
When: 19 Oct 21 12:36
The thing is, does Farage charge more for hurrah greeting cards for Hitler, Stalin, Franco or Pinochet?
By:
politicspunter
When: 19 Oct 21 12:37
Is there a cost listing for individual perceived dictators and terrorist organisations that he would be willing to support at the right price?
By:
politicspunter
When: 19 Oct 21 12:39
Perhaps he would black up for one supporting Mugabe for example?
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 19 Oct 21 12:41
He's doing a great job advertising
dingies in france
By:
casemoney
When: 19 Oct 21 14:18
Think we're about six months away from Farage sucking off businessmen in hotels for £50.

Net Worth: $4 Million

Not bad for talking Bollix Grin
By:
casemoney
When: 19 Oct 21 14:23
Oh, so Britain was built by the Irish and other migrants.

Yes I believe they arrived on Botes and most were happy to do so , many never returning bar a holiday .
By:
casemoney
When: 19 Oct 21 14:29
Yes many came to this Evil Country Got Jobs bought houses started Families etc ,they even had their own Communities

Shame all those coming these days do not have the same Ideals ,Plenty of Kids being banged out in certain areas , not so much work

and house buying .
By:
Giuseppe
When: 19 Oct 21 14:41
"Who do you think built those fine buildings in the south of Ireland and in NI for that matter ?"

they were built by Irish Protestants in the 1700s

things in Ireland weren't really that bad until the 1800s

the Irish parliament was abolished and the wealthy landowning Protestants all left

this resulted in absentee landlordism and rents / agricultural profits being all sent to England

Dublin went from one of the finest cities in Europe to a bit of **** in 50 years

direct rule from London also caused the famine, there had been a similar potato blight in the 1700s but it was amanged much betetr

for anyone who doesn't know

1700-1801 Ireland was ruled by irish protestants

1801-1921 it was ruled by london
By:
Giuseppe
When: 19 Oct 21 14:42
didn't see this

what was Farage and the RA all about?

to be honest there isn't much substance to Farage, a lot of what he says is ignorant bullshit

Brazier is much better on GB News
By:
Giuseppe
When: 19 Oct 21 14:44
was it one of those I'll say anything ypou want for 50 quid websites?

i'm on one of those PM for deatails if interested
By:
truehoncho
When: 19 Oct 21 14:45
1700-1801 Ireland was ruled by irish protestants

1801-1921 it was ruled by london
  --- now by the EU
By:
LoyalHoncho
When: 19 Oct 21 14:45
And between 1700 and 1801 who "ruled" the Irish protestants?
And between 1930 odds and 1970 who ruled the B Specials?
And up till the end of the "Troubles" who "ruled" who git jobs and who got housing?
By:
Giuseppe
When: 19 Oct 21 14:46
lfc how do you feel about the 10 billion a year you send to NI?
By:
Giuseppe
When: 19 Oct 21 14:48
in the 1700s Ireland was a separate kingdom in personal union with GB

legisalton had to be approved by Westmister but this started to change in the late 1700s during Grattan's time

Grattan is the guy whose statute is outside Trinity on College Green
By:
truehoncho
When: 19 Oct 21 14:48
Thats about 5% that we spend on the NHS. Good value for a whole country.
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