Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by Cormorant » Sun Apr 03, 2011 5:30 pm

Cormorant wrote:
Cormorant wrote:I would just ask you to condemn a murder.

No mockery.

Do you condemn this murder?

Yes or No?

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by kbcl1 » Sun Apr 03, 2011 5:31 pm

And your response to points 'e' & 'f' Cormorant ?

Have you read the Constitution of the Celtic League at the link posted ? If you do so you might see our stance on the subject matter whilst of course, having no right or reason to ask for a comment from our organisation. Try emailing the BNP or EDL for their response on the matter - their answer might better please you.

There is no need to mention of your mythical history and language here. Indeed, one must ask why you post here in the first place ? Surely some English supremacist sites might be a little more suitable for your mockery ?

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by Cormorant » Sun Apr 03, 2011 5:43 pm

As far as I am aware, the cases quoted here are at most murder, at least manslaughter.
So, having said that, what do the Celtic League have to say about a bomb planted in order to kill or maim a police-officer?

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by kbcl1 » Sun Apr 03, 2011 5:46 pm

Have you read the Constitution of the Celtic League at the link posted ? If you do so you might see our stance on the subject matter whilst of course, having no right or reason to ask for a comment from our organisation. Try emailing the BNP or EDL for their response on the matter - their answer might better please you.

There is no need to mention of your mythical history and language here. Indeed, one must ask why you post here in the first place ? Surely some English supremacist sites might be a little more suitable for your mockery ?

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by Cormorant » Sun Apr 03, 2011 5:49 pm

Having read your Constitution, I find no reference to the promotion of killing human beings in the persuit of political aims.

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by Cormorant » Sun Apr 03, 2011 5:58 pm

Mr Adams said it was a "futile attempt to destroy the progress that has been made, which has the overwhelming support of the people of this island."




http://tinyurl.com/3u2vq42

the overwhelming support of the people of this island."

Which makes you, and your little pals, Chris, just what? :lol:

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by kbcl1 » Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:01 pm

Have you read the Constitution of the Celtic League at the link posted ? If you do so you might see our stance on the subject matter whilst of course, having no right or reason to ask for a comment from our organisation.

http://www.celticleague.net/constitution/

'1. The fundamental aim of the League is to support through peaceful means the struggle of the Celtic Nations, Alba, Breizh, Cymru, Éire, Kernow and Mannin to win or to secure the political, cultural, social and economic freedom they need for their survival and development as distinct communities.'

Try emailing the BNP or EDL for their response on the matter - their answer might better please you.

There is no need to mention of your mythical history and language here. Indeed, one must ask why you post here in the first place ? Surely some English supremacist sites might be a little more suitable for your mockery ? Is your word 'persuit' a further example of the Northumbrian tongue ?

No need to quote us excerpts from Mr Adams. His Chief Secretary is a member of our organisation.

Your inclusion of a 'smiley' has resulted in you being reported to the site administration.

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by Cormorant » Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:06 pm

? Is your word 'persuit' a further example of the Northumbrian tongue ? :lol:

Do you condemn the murder of the a 25-year-old male in Northern Ireland?

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by kbcl1 » Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:08 pm

Have you read the Constitution of the Celtic League at the link posted ? If you do so you might see our stance on the subject matter whilst of course, having no right or reason to ask for a comment from our organisation.

http://www.celticleague.net/constitution/

'1. The fundamental aim of the League is to support through peaceful means the struggle of the Celtic Nations, Alba, Breizh, Cymru, Éire, Kernow and Mannin to win or to secure the political, cultural, social and economic freedom they need for their survival and development as distinct communities.'

Try emailing the BNP or EDL for their response on the matter - their answer might better please you.

There is no need to mention of your mythical history and language here. Indeed, one must ask why you post here in the first place ? Surely some English supremacist sites might be a little more suitable for your mockery ? Is your word 'persuit' a further example of the Northumbrian tongue ?

No need to quote us excerpts from Mr Adams. His Chief Secretary is a member of our organisation.

Your inclusion of a 'smiley' has resulted in you being reported to the site administration.

Chris

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by Cormorant » Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:13 pm

Does the Celtic League condemn the murder of a 25-year-old in Ireland?

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by kbcl1 » Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:17 pm

Have you read the Constitution of the Celtic League at the link posted ? If you do so you might see our stance on the subject matter whilst of course, having no right or reason to ask for a comment from our organisation.

http://www.celticleague.net/constitution/

'1. The fundamental aim of the League is to support through peaceful means the struggle of the Celtic Nations, Alba, Breizh, Cymru, Éire, Kernow and Mannin to win or to secure the political, cultural, social and economic freedom they need for their survival and development as distinct communities.'

Try emailing the BNP or EDL for their response on the matter - their answer might better please you.


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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by Cormorant » Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:25 pm

Does the Celtic League condemn th murder?

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by kbcl1 » Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:26 pm

Have you read the Constitution of the Celtic League at the link posted ? If you do so you might see our stance on the subject matter whilst of course, having no right or reason to ask for a comment from our organisation.

http://www.celticleague.net/constitution/

'1. The fundamental aim of the League is to support through peaceful means the struggle of the Celtic Nations, Alba, Breizh, Cymru, Éire, Kernow and Mannin to win or to secure the political, cultural, social and economic freedom they need for their survival and development as distinct communities.'

Try emailing the BNP or EDL for their response on the matter - their answer might better please you.

'th' yet another example of Northumbrian ?


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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by Cormorant » Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:26 pm

Excuse me.

Does the Celtic League condemn the murder?

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