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Mick Fealty
More early mover than early riser | Anecdote collector | Communitarian thinker-out-loud | Facilitator | Editor | Editor@SluggerOToole.com |
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Mick Fealty retweeted
Doug Beattie 16h
Replying to @paul_gavan
What direction did you think it would go in? You didn’t need a 2017 article & a specific quote to talk about a tune. If it was a mistake apologise, otherwise it was deliberately sectarian.
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David Steven 3h
Surely nowhere does urban parks as well as New York. (Guy in Washington Square Park busking with a grand piano and lots of candles.)
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Mick Fealty 5h
Replying to @bodhran @allianceparty
Possibly.
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Mick Fealty 7h
The latest The Slugger Digest! Thanks to
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Mick Fealty 7h
I like Martina, but there are many MEPs who struggle for relevance by making the same disproportionate claims. You have seats in the dragons den but haven’t used them when its mattered.
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Mick Fealty 8h
Anything so consistent with Adams’ Trojan Horse was no aberration. It was merely a letting if the guard down.
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Mick Fealty 8h
You’re not pro Remain Aaron. You sat on your hands and let the DUP kick every anti Brexit Parliament move to touch. SF are Brexit enablers.
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Mick Fealty 8h
Aaron, you’re an activist and insofar as you’ve always treated me decently here and elsewhere a fair minded bloke. But we know from the previous SF leaflet what the actual pitch is. What comes next is further alienation in NB, and an abject failure to confront to boot.
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Mick Fealty 8h
What??
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Mick Fealty 8h
? is a generative question that we should never tire of asking?
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Mick Fealty 8h
Yes, let’s. And it’s consequent results. 🧐
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Mick Fealty 9h
If I were you, I’d employ that line too. The question I’m raising is a separate one: ie, what does that particular choice add up to? SF sat on their hands in 2016. And they’ve sat on their hands since 2017 (in Assembly and Parl). What makes you think they won’t do the same again?
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Mick Fealty 9h
After the South Belfast campaign of 2015, and the SDLP in wider Belfast should be in absolutely no doubt that they are the intended victims here. Not Brexit, Dodds or Unionism.
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Nigel Watson 9h
politics is ultimately the “long term battle of ideas”...pacts are “anti-ideas” & (for me) a COMPLETE turnoff
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Mick Fealty 9h
Look, there’s a legitimate argument for putting up anti hard Brexit candidates in which all non DUP parties sink their differences and back an independent slate. That is not what’s being proposed here Aaron. What’s proposed is yet another Catholic/Protestant face off, ala...
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Mick Fealty 9h
Quite. It blurs very important distinctions prior to an election between candidates who will work for all their constituents (as they are obliged to by law) and those who won’t.
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Mick Fealty 9h
That’s an excuse Aaron??
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Mick Fealty 9h
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Mick Fealty 9h
Without a wider pact in Belfast involving NI Greens and the this will be seen as a cheap sectarian pact ...
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The Economist 10h
The biggest uncertainty is whether the conflict in the Gulf will escalate and remove millions of barrels of oil from the market
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