Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by kbcl1 » Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:28 pm

No need for 'excuses'.

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 6:39 pm

No need for 'excuses'.?

In quotes?

Who mentioned excuses?

The Celtic League has enough to say about "injustice".

What is the Celtic League's stand on murder?

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by kbcl1 » Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:41 pm

Cormorant wrote:Excuse me.

Does the Celtic League condemn the murder?


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 6:47 pm

Just as I feared, Chris.

As we say...

All wind and piss... :lol:

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by kbcl1 » Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:49 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 6:51 pm

Murder?

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by kbcl1 » Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:53 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 carrek » Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:54 pm

Any relation, Cormoront?


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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by Cormorant » Sun Apr 03, 2011 6:59 pm

The fundamental aim of the League is to support through peaceful means the struggle of the Celtic Nations,

I would imagine that peaceful would mean condemning planting bombs under cars?

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by kbcl1 » Sun Apr 03, 2011 7:01 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.


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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by Cormorant » Sun Apr 03, 2011 7:02 pm

Very amusing, Carrek.

It might cheer upthe family of the bloke who died. Ha Ha.

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by P_Trembath » Sun Apr 03, 2011 8:02 pm

Cormorant, any death is regrettable. Death that is the result of deliberate actions to cause that death is abhorrent.

However, the use of any death to try to make a political point, valid or not, is despicable.

kbcl1 has made it perfectly clear that position of the Celtic League, but you wish to try to force him to use the particular words that you wish to hear, by continually asking the same, politically motivated, question. Your use of smileys in your posts when discussing such a topic as this is also despicable.

Personally, I condemn any unnecessary death, and I believe that the one in question was unnecessary. But I also condemn anyone who would use such death in the way you have.

Speaking as a moderator of this forum, I am putting you on notice, if you continue with such despicable behaviour, you will be banned from this site permanently.
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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by GrahamHart » Sun Apr 03, 2011 9:52 pm

Ditto! This is the lowest of the low. If he is not banned sine die forthwith, this forum is finished....for me anyway.

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Re: Policeman killed in Omagh car bomb attack

Post by Marhak » Sun Apr 03, 2011 10:45 pm

FOR F*CK;S SAKE, SHAG - READ WHAT THE CELTIC LEAGUE SAYS AND ITS POINTERS TO THEIR CONSTITUTION. GO ON - READ IT. LOOK AT THEIR LINK. THEN SHUT THE F*CK UP!

Also (in a quieter voice) - what have you to say about the appalling events of 1549 for which Cornwall has yet to receive an official apology? Come on - do you condemn those events? Let's have your answer. Right here and now.

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