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Discussion in 'Rangers' started by Rocket, Jul 25, 2012.
Why don't you tell me.
Ragdolled all over the shot by a ghirl.
Ex Prod then.
But I was one when I served in NI, that's part of the reason why i'm no longer one
Because I'm asking you why you think I'm beeling ?
Don't be shy now.
I bet it's fun in your house just now.
Ahhh, just as I thought.
You don't have an answer.
I have plenty of answers, but I don't feel the need to point out the glaringly obvious.
And as for saying someone's not a 'prod' - from what I've seen on here, you're not one either.
Just to let you know the word Hun over here is sectarian as a few have let slip on this forum.
The articles that I post are 99% from news websites. Are they bigots for reporting about these stories?
What a pile of pish.
Suck it up
So did you serve with me or my Unit in 1978?
I'm guessing not.
The documents reveal that military intelligence:
- estimated 5-15 per cent of UDR soldiers were linked to loyalist paramilitaries
- believed that the ``best single source of weapons, and the only significant source of modern weapons, for Protestant extremist groups was the UDR''
- feared UDR troops were loyal to 'Ulster' rather than 'Her Majesty's Government'
- knew that UDR weapons were being used in the murder and attempted murder of Catholics
No, I didn't, but for anyone who was over there when it was naughty to say that the abuse he suffered from Protestants made him denounce his own religion is just laughable.
I take it you haven't been keeping an eye on the current inquiry into the deaths of Harry Breen and Bob Buchanan then?
You seem to be doing a Medro and accusing me of saying things that I never said.
Where exactly did I say that i suffered abuse from prods?
Where did I say that abuse (which I never mentioned) made me give up my religion?
I can wait.