Everyone else is over it. You want to start an argument in Northern Ireland? Say something good about U2's Bono. What a ____! The great American Che Guevara (America is not the USA but a much bigger continent) was part Irish and a great rebel. Of course, in the US even today we have a chip on our collective shoulder about British oppression, colonialism, and exploitation, and we say that as confused Anglophiles at Wisdom Quarterly angry about the horrendous legacies of India and Afghanistan. We suffered under England/UK (some say we still do through the transnational banking system controlled from London), the colonized world suffered under it, but who has and continues to suffer under it more than the Irish? Here's a joke to underscore that sentiment.
(xXxShellieBabyxXx) "Go On Home, British Soldiers"
AN IRISH JOKE
|Irishman at ease (dreamstime.com)|
|How can England think to control part of Ireland?|
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