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Sinn Fein - Who Are They
 
# 16 : Thursday 29-4-2021 @ 14:47
 
 
Someone said :
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I don't think I will be voting Sinn Fein next election.

Does it mean you never will, or will be ever again?
If the latter, I wonder what part of their past ethos and behaviors made them acceptable for the past 26 years.
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# 17 : Thursday 29-4-2021 @ 18:39
 
 
SF/FG/FF/L, stop voting for any of them and watch Ireland progress.
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# 18 : Friday 30-4-2021 @ 15:11
 
 
I did vote for Sinn Fein as a local guy seemed pretty good, but I will never vote for them again due to having an official night to celebrate a person who killed Arlene Foster Father, I think that is bad idea as it keeping up divisions between the parties and people in the North, should be doing stuff to make unionist and republicans mix up there.

I voted Social Democrat last two elections as well.
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# 19 : Friday 30-4-2021 @ 16:42
 
 
Someone said :
I was shocked the other day when I saw they are having a commemoration for a person who shot Arelene Foster's father, does not seem like a good idea to honour someone who killed your fellow politician? Seems very bad taste and not very help full to the peace process. Not sure what they are thinking there.

Also the guy who water boarded someone and then murdered someone seems very dodge as well.

I don't think I will be voting Sinn Fein next election.

He was suspected of attempting to kill her father .
I'm not trying to justify the vile behaviour of the IRA here in the North but many people where subjected to torture by the authorities on little more than being " suspected of crimes "
Google the ' Hooded Men ' .
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# 20 : Friday 30-4-2021 @ 16:45
 
 
Someone said :

100%.
Just like 100% of the catholic church clergy is involved with child abuse.

Are you suggesting that all SF politicians were involved and they are involved in criminal activity ?

Are you further suggesting that every single member of the Catholic clergy were involved in with child abuse ?
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# 21 : Friday 30-4-2021 @ 17:06
 
 
Someone said :

Are you suggesting that all SF politicians were involved and they are involved in criminal activity ?

Are you further suggesting that every single member of the Catholic clergy were involved in with child abuse ?

Being involved includes enablers.
They knew, they know, they still enable.
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# 22 : Friday 30-4-2021 @ 17:19
 
 
Someone said :

Being involved includes enablers.
They knew, they know, they still enable.

By your reasoning every political party in Ireland is involved in criminal activity !!
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# 23 : Friday 30-4-2021 @ 18:27
 
 
Someone said :

By your reasoning every political party in Ireland is involved in criminal activity !!

Not by my reasoning.
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# 24 : Friday 30-4-2021 @ 21:50
 
 
Someone said :

By your reasoning every political party in Ireland is involved in criminal activity !!

A few of them, have been involved in some sort of criminality over the decades.
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