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Children of the Troubles 12:12 - Oct 6 with 1179 viewsMoriarty

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Children of the Troubles on 17:19 - Oct 6 with 283 viewsjeera

Children of the Troubles on 16:39 - Oct 6 by Marshalls_Mullet

I'm just a pacifist, I'm not one for unnecessary violence.


You are one for unnecessary posts though.

Never, ever known anyone to hold so many views on absolutely everything, and so often without a clue.

Really best to not make such offensive comments.

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Children of the Troubles on 18:22 - Oct 6 with 267 viewsWestStanderLaLaLa

So desperately sad. I couldn’t ever imagine an end to the troubles. But thankfully it ended. It’s almost like people have forgotten. It didn’t just happen. It took a lot. The GFA was genius to my mind. Amazing that this hard earned fragile peace wasn’t properly discussed during you know what. I hope they don’t have to issue a revised edition.
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Children of the Troubles on 18:31 - Oct 6 with 246 viewsMarshalls_Mullet

Children of the Troubles on 17:19 - Oct 6 by jeera

You are one for unnecessary posts though.

Never, ever known anyone to hold so many views on absolutely everything, and so often without a clue.

Really best to not make such offensive comments.


Each to their own.

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Children of the Troubles on 18:32 - Oct 6 with 247 viewsfactual_blue

Children of the Troubles on 18:22 - Oct 6 by WestStanderLaLaLa

So desperately sad. I couldn’t ever imagine an end to the troubles. But thankfully it ended. It’s almost like people have forgotten. It didn’t just happen. It took a lot. The GFA was genius to my mind. Amazing that this hard earned fragile peace wasn’t properly discussed during you know what. I hope they don’t have to issue a revised edition.


Mo Mowlam deserves immense credit, although she admits Blair unlocked the door. His astute reading of character led him to spot that Paisley was immensely vain and so built a deal that would flatter him.

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Children of the Troubles on 22:07 - Oct 6 with 214 viewsThe_Last_Baron

Children of the Troubles on 18:32 - Oct 6 by factual_blue

Mo Mowlam deserves immense credit, although she admits Blair unlocked the door. His astute reading of character led him to spot that Paisley was immensely vain and so built a deal that would flatter him.


Paisley wasn't involved in the Belfast Agreement if 1998. Learn your history before spouting off nonsense.

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