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Ann Marie Waters forms new Party.

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There magazine "Rising" had a lot of interesting quality stuff in it. It is a pity that no one has put it in on line. One section of them in Northern Ireland were basically Un-PC Deep Ecologist types while the others were crazy Loyalists who barely spoke to each other. "The Flag Group" were basically alcoholic race baiters and "We want our Empire back!" types.
 

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So If a burglar breaks into my home in the dead of night, I should muse his "internal dynamics" before confronting him?
The genealogy of the current mess is irrelevant. The current state of affairs is what we need to deal with.
Waxing philosophical about what is and isn't Irish/British/Western culture is a luxury for well fed pedants with too much time on their hands.
You are correct regarding this person Mr Heraclitus. Does he really think his pseudo-philosophical ramblings have one iota of practical impact on the actual situation?

The Potato man and Tadgh aren't far behind. I often wonder if these 3 lads meet up and do LSD before they begin posting on this here Site?
 
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You are correct regarding this person Mr Heraclitus. Does he really think his pseudo-philosophical ramblings have one iota of practical impact on the actual situation?

The Potato man and Tadgh aren't far behind. I often wonder if these 3 lads meet up and do LSD before they begin posting on this here Site?
I disagree. A dose of a hallucinogens tends to disintegrate waffle.
 
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I see Piles O'Dingleberry and Herniaclitus have formed an alliance as the new autist couple. Good documentary on autism on atm, fellas. I'm learning so much about the terrible pressures you guys must be under.

I sense you two are each a different species of arm-flapper though. Herniaclitus' sounds like he's had to get his stomach pumped of Lego pieces every couple of months, it's given him a lousy disposition whereas Piles was groping for the Whiskey without his glasses one fine morn', swigged the bottle of Domestos by accident and the poor kid has never looked back.





 

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I see Piles O'Dingleberry and Herniaclitus have formed an alliance as the new autist couple. Good documentary on autism on atm, fellas. I'm learning so much about the terrible pressures you guys must be under.

I sense you two are each a different species of arm-flapper though. Herniaclitus' sounds like he's had to get his stomach pumped of Lego pieces every couple of months, it's given him a lousy disposition whereas Piles was groping for the Whiskey without his glasses one fine morn', swigged the bottle of Domestos by accident and the poor kid has never looked back.





Had to laugh out loud at that. So true.
 
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I see Piles O'Dingleberry and Herniaclitus have formed an alliance as the new autist couple. Good documentary on autism on atm, fellas. I'm learning so much about the terrible pressures you guys must be under.

I sense you two are each a different species of arm-flapper though. Herniaclitus' sounds like he's had to get his stomach pumped of Lego pieces every couple of months, it's given him a lousy disposition whereas Piles was groping for the Whiskey without his glasses one fine morn', swigged the bottle of Domestos by accident and the poor kid has never looked back.



The laboured attempts at humour that amount to anything but -- belying the lack of a natural facility for wit . The Autism theme repeated ad nauseum in your witless 'takedowns' -- indicating an obsession.
The idiosyncratic lego references, which indicate a firsthand intimacy with the aformentioned theme.

Spud, be honest: Are you projecting?
 
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Puh,puh, puh.."projecting", lol.

Hasn't Legoland got anything fresher than that?

Puh,puh, puh.."projecting" went out with Bill Clinton administration, buddy.
Well you're certainly "fresh", I'll give you that. Warm, scuttery bullsh1te is also very fresh -- not unlike your uniquely convoluted butchery of the English language.

I certainly wouldn't be sticking it behind the sneeze guard with the salads and deli meats.
 
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Well you're certainly "fresh", I'll give you that. Warm, scuttery bullsh1te is also very fresh -- not unlike your convoluted butchery of the English language.

I certainly wouldn't be sticking it behind the sneeze guard with the salads and deli meats.
Any chance of you raising the bar of your posts above that of scat? Is that possible? We'd all appreciate that fella.
 
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Any chance of you raising the bar of your posts above that of scat? Is that possible? We'd all appreciate that fella.
Any chance of you tapping out.
Even Tadhg, who's utterly lacking in situational awareness at the best of times, is Screaming at the ringside quack to step in and put a stop to it.
 
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Any chance of you tapping out.
Even Tadhg, who's utterly lacking in situational awareness at the best of times, is Screaming at the ringside quack to step in and put a stop to it.
I must admit I do admit having fun watchin' you twirl around in rage, Hernia. Too much fun, I dare confess.

But listen, Catherine's right. Back on topic.
 
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There’s still life in Ukip, but for the party’s sake Henry, please go!

She acted too soon. She formed her own Party when really she should've just held tight and would've won this time. Oh well, she's fucked herself now. Building a new party from scratch is very difficult. Even more so when you live in Britain. Waters now cannot contest any forthcoming leadership contest due to her departure from UKIP after losing. She had her shot, she missed it. Amazingly another window of opportunity opened but she foolishly prevented herself from being in the position to seize it!
 
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Derek Holland. He was actually a very interesting man. He could be very extreme at times but he also had a positive vision drawing on the old Tory Socialists, Little Englanders and the early British ecologists. Her vision seems to be principally about secularism and consumerism.
Derek Holland is still active in the peripheries. Lives in the Midlands these days. You'll see him at Tridentine mass in Athlone on occasion.
 
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She acted too soon. She formed her own Party when really she should've just held tight and would've won this time.
I'm don't see how she had much choice when the walking brewery that is Nigel Farage branded her, and the significant proportion of the party that supported her, 'nazi'. It's not a reconcilable difference when one side of the relationship brands the other as the avatar of evil. Even if she won a second contest she'd be stuck leading a deeply divided laughing stock of a party, and Farage may have followed through on his previous threat to set up a new party. In anycase, Farage's vision of UKIP is a party full of LARPing little Englander twats in tweeds or bowler hats whinging about the frogs and the krauts. He's an odious little tit of a man that speaks out of both sides of his mouth. She's better of failing on her own terms with For Britain than failing on someone else's terms in UKIP.