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02-10-2019, 22:03   #1336
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What most of the Water melons know about rural affairsand ecology can be written on the back of a very small postage stamp...As if we dont have enough problems with packs of dogs mauaudering sheep at lambing.What would wolves do in damage to a flock? A single pack can have a terorority the size of Ireland itself ,and needs such to roam,and will of course pick the closest food supply too.IE Man himself,so the wolves will be more likely to be found in Ryans Dublin constituency,than out in the Green romantic ideal of some bit of re wilded Donegal.
I was reading a thing today about the Swedish introducing a new law that makes the kidnapping of goats a criminal offence , then come here and hear about Ryan spouting rubbish too. Stop the world i want to get off.
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Germany having a hell of time of it this week.

Truck attack in Limburg on Monday and today a shooting in Halle outside a synagogue.
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Yup,and three of the guns used by the killer are HOMEBUILT improvised weapons. Two slam bang waterpipe shotguns and two LUTY design SMGS,a Spencer carbine and a hand and a half sword,A half dozen pipe bombs,detonators,and "breaching charge" as well as a half dozen home built detonators ALL homebuilt and loaded by homemade 3D printed casings,or old pickups from clay ranges.Even made the powder himself from Chlorate and some other stuff. Actually very impressive ,as Germany has strict gun laws on aquiring firearms,powdwer or ammo.

Lesson to take away from this???Gun bans are a waste of time! With a High st plumbing and a DIY store,some determination and the internet,you can NEVER be disarmed or without a gun anymore. So what now??Ban B&Q and Heitons??
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Forgot to mention the Paris Police worker who after 20 years decided to attack his colleagues with a knife. Killed four of them before he was shot dead.

Not politicising these events but it shows the unpredictability of those intent on harm. Off the three attacks only one used firearms and if as you say the "firearms" were homemade then no law would have stopped them.
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Seen the headline and the first thought that came into my head was "I bet that is Martin Nolan again".

Imagine my shock.

Just a few of his greatest hits.

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And again,jeeze this is the judge you need to get for any sort of kiddy fiddling charge.But WOE betide you if you are smuggling in Garlic into the state! You'll go down for 8years under Nolan for that.
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https://www.irishmirror.ie/news/iris...Wfh-pP71YFgO0w


https://www.irishtimes.com/news/crim...ions-1.1765641
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And again,jeeze this is the judge you need to get for any sort of kiddy fiddling charge.But WOE betide you if you are smuggling in Garlic into the state! You'll go down for 8years under Nolan for that.
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Shows you the priorities of the establishment in this dreary country. Abuse a small child, subject them to something they will likely never get over for the rest of their lives - suspended sentence. Diddle the taxman - 8 years.
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And again...https://www.thejournal.ie/man-injure...xGdOmnPO9VI9A8
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https://www.independent.ie/business/...-38655816.html

And he only fired a warning shot at the dog.
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The article reports that he said he fired the gun, twice, into the ground hoping the sound would scare off the dog.

The problem here is a chap with a "right of way" walkway through his land that doesn't want people using it. I dislike those types of "entitled" walkers too, but its still classed as reckless discharge of a firearm, brandishing a firearm in a threatening manner, etc. The fact he says the people had a dog and it was the dog he was trying to discourage more than the people is, for this situation, irrelevant.

He, the guy involved, is doing himself no favours. The "Healy-Rae" attitude is going to harm him further. He said he now carries a "dagger" and sleeps with it and a bat over his bed. He won't challenge the seizure and will allow the Gardaí to "decommission" them. IOW destroy them. All to highlight his plight.

He couldn't have gone about this in a worse way, and his current line of thinking and acting is only going to aggravate that.

I have ............................. sympathy?, for the guy, but there are so many other ways he could have resolved this without doing what he done.
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Petition going to have him resign/fired. This is the second, possibly third, attempt to have him removed from the bench.
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