No country has had more trouble with England than Ireland.
But the war is over. We must strive now to move forward progressively together.
It's in all our interests.
I'm pretty sure that Divegeester wasn't on that submarine that sunk the General Belgrano.
Let it go.
I was NOT advocating war. I was pointing out that Divegeester's wrong in claiming
that no one today cares about the British Empire and its continuing legacies.
Argentina and Spain have ongoing territorial disputes with the UK.
But there is a light at the end of the tunnel now.
With 3 or 4 vaccines on the way and some already rolled out.
I await my turn and hope you have your turn also.
Let us be kind to each other and wish each other well.
We are all stronger together as decent human beings.
...[text shortened]... ders in 1916.
We must move forward and stretch arms across the sea.
We can be better together.
Correct instantkarma we have to keep in mind that there are forces afoot in our part of the world who would love to have us at each others throats.
We must resist tribalism, especially important for our shared goal of the reunification of your island and good neighbourliness on mine.
The UK, besides vaccinations does have other good points:
- fish and chips
- bacon butties
- cadbury’s cream eggs
So there you go. Britain does rule the waves!
Well, besides that the fishing industry’s collapsing because of Brexit.
Well, and that the bacon generally comes from Denmark and is becoming problematic. Due to Brexit.
At least the bloody cream eggs will stay available!
Since Brexit, there has been no cliff-edge we were warned repeatedly to expect. Instead, we had the flexible surefootedness to secure and rollout vaccinations while the EU fell over its own feet, and currently, the pound is on the way up.