Republican | Cathaoirleach Náisiúnta (Nat. Chair) @Ogra_SF | AC Member | ⚽️@Belfast_Harps | 21 | Hablo Castellano | Grad. @QUBelfast | Views my own ✌️

Béal Feirste
Joined May 2011
Irish unity is a good idea
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Respect to the fans of @StJohnstone contributing to the @FoundationCFC foodbank appeal at Celtic Park today 👏🏻
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“If wars can be started by lies, peace can be started by truth” #DontExtraditeAssange @aislingreilly11
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Commanding the left wing in more ways than one 🤝🍀 @Belfast_Harps
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“The Irish people are perhaps unique amongst Western European nations in having shared historical, cultural and Jungian currency with those of us with our roots in the Global South.” — @DrUmarAlQadri addresses #BlackHistoryMonth in Derry.
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Yeah Dale, and Unionist Hegemony made sure that the majority of those stayed as far away from Catholics as was physically possible.
The roads in Northern Ireland were built by the British State; as were the housing estates; as were the hospitals; as were the schools; as were the community centres; as were the parks; as were the many infrastructure systems that keep society running every day. Catastrophic?
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Estate I grew up in, attempted to be blocked by Unionism (DUP & UUP). “We don’t want another twinbrooke”
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Here’s an idea of how infrastructure in the north was carved up along mainly sectarian lines rather than objective need. (It must be noted that Derry City was at that point gerrymandered to have a unionist majority on council)
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Quite stark in terms of rail infrastructure. Only one town with 10k+ to the west of the blue line has access to rail. Partition also played a role as two separates states meant border counties were relegated to peripheral status too.
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There was also little investment in to Nationalist communities. Most of the community infrastructure was built off the back of the community banding together. Even so much as schools.
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We could go on all day, and certainly if anyone requires even further information to demonstrate just how sectarian, barbaric and hate fuelled this state was, it is very easy to provide.
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English is my second language.
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I think having a 32 county socialist republic would be very cool
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Partition failed.
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Astonished by the analysis here. It’s absolutely removed from political realities on this island. No one wants to see a return to oppression and marginalisation. A new and United Ireland will be built on equality, fairness and rights. Making my head explode 🤯
Northern Ireland centenary event: "Ten years ago this wouldn't have been an issue at all" Shane and Ciara discuss on @NTBreakfast.
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How would you react if a date for a border poll in Ireland was announced tomorrow? Reply only with a gif.
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