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Real Ira To Target Bankers!

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I always thought explosives were a bit messy and amateurish.

Surely key targets with high powered sniper rifles would be more effective?

Or go one better like the good old ruskies - take 'em down with a walking stick concealing a hidden poisoned dagger!

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With the crash going on in Ireland there are probably more people getting a bit bored and looking at returning to a bit of bombing to keep themselves busy?

LIke the old Celtic saying says: The devil will find work for idle hands to do.

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Can't deny they summed up the situation pretty well...

"Let's not forget that the bankers are the next-door neighbours of the politicians. Most people can see the picture: the bankers grease the politicians' palms, the politicians bail out the bankers with public funds, the bankers pay themselves fat bonuses and loan the money back to the public with interest. It's essentially a crime spree that benefits a social elite at the expense of many millions of victims."

They're clearly attempting to win wider support.

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/sep/14/real-ira-targets-banks-bankers

Real IRA says it will target UK bankers

Exclusive: Republican terror group vows to resume mainland attacks with banks and bankers now potential targets

You can't fault their logic. If governments are too corrupted by the money of these theiving banker parasites then somebody has to take them down.

Seems perfectly acceptable to me.

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I always thought explosives were a bit messy and amateurish.

Surely key targets with high powered sniper rifles would be more effective?

Or go one better like the good old ruskies - take 'em down with a walking stick concealing a hidden poisoned dagger!

Exactly, and no collateral damage.

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This is a bit of a dilema.

Do you support a bunch of thieving terrorists, hell bent on destruction, terror and oppression.....or do you support the IRA ?

:lol::lol::lol::lol:

Excellent!!!

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Its probably not well know, but the IRA was a largely communist organisation, CP members were involved in the troubles in the 1970's.

Sinn Fein's aim was for a 'United Socialist Ireland'.

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I propose they be imprisoned in solitary for their own safety.

(Banksters obviously)

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The security situation in NI is escalating. The reality is that, economically, the situation is considerably worse for those at the coal face because they are losing jobs, benefits and are fighting against enormous denial that that there is really a problem at all. NI seriously needs the correction to come so that we can get on with working through it. Otherwise there is going to be a lot more trouble both locally and nationally.

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Viva la revolution!

So erm, where do I sign up? Perhaps talking loudly about WMDs in a bad irish accent down Mad Madigans bar will gain me entry?

Hmmm, I work in London city as a programmer; think I might start wearing a Celtic football top to work to dissociate myself.

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This is a bit of a dilema.

Do you support a bunch of thieving terrorists, hell bent on destruction, terror and oppression.....or do you support the IRA ?

:lol::lol::lol::lol:

:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

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First they came for the bankers and I said nothing because I was not a banker.

Then they came for the property developers and I said nothing because I was not a property developer.

Then they came for the Estate Agents and I said nothing because I was not an Estate Agent.

Then they came for the politicians and I said nothing because I was not a politician.

Then everybody else was happy. Job done.

:lol::lol::lol:

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seems at last they have selected the 'real' target of the countries ills.

land control and banking.

i also dont see a lot of opposition an imagine a whole heap of public support.

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Do they have a list?

It is surprising given the generational damage done by the bankers and the politicos that they have got away without much injury. We just seemed to bend over and take it. :o

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...as long as the banksters resolve to give us coded warnings of what's going down from now on, I think we can live with a global economy resting on a knife edge...

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seems at last they have selected the 'real' target of the countries ills.

land control and banking.

i also dont see a lot of opposition an imagine a whole heap of public support.

Tell me you are joking. The Real IRA tried to bomb a pub packed full of young people in Ealing where I used to live. They deliberately tried to kill loads of people. There was no-one special in there just young people out for a drink. If the bomb hadn't gone off at the wrong time there would have been so many people dead. The blast created a huge crater in the road by Ealing Broadway and completely took the fronts off all of the buildings so that you could see all of the rooms inside.

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This is a bit of a dilema.

Do you support a bunch of thieving terrorists, hell bent on destruction, terror and oppression.....or do you support the IRA ?

:lol::lol::lol::lol:

Right. It's not such a clear cut decision anymore.

If only they'd rename themselves New IRA, and get themselves a catchy theme tune, they could really be in business.

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