I have spent my life listening, Wolfgang.
The Nationalists of the North of Ireland have had no other choice.
You obviously haven't understood the relationships I have made.
I see them as clear and concise; as do others here who probably visit Germany more than you have visit Ireland, either in your virtual form (as you do on the messages boards) or physically.
That has nothing whatsoever to do anything, is condescending, and frankly insulting
Had it ever occurred to you that you are the one who's perception is is a little off-key?
I am heartened, however to see you acknowledge Loyalist intransigence.
How though, can instigating the GFA, offering and producing de-commissioning, going through that 'cleansing' process, as it were, be recognised as anything else except listening?
I think you are being overly harsh when you say thay we are not 'inclusive' enough.
the 'not listening' argument (as you I'm sure you know) is a common ploy for those who have no further discussion to make, and furthers the Straw Man fallacy (as I'm sure you are aware, too)
Don't make sweeping statements, Wolfgang
You can only be as inclusive as your membership allows.
And at the minute there are dissident voices.
You will happily hum your 'not inclusive enough' tune while the area breaks down into civil war again, and not ONE word will be spoken against the Unionists.
As you never have done with any degree of sincerity, having read most of your Ireland related posts from when you joined, until now
Yes it is easy to sit on your bum in your flat and 'experience'; I take it you have a television there, also.
But if you are of the breed of people who just consume what you see and read, then you come to your own conclusions anyway.
That's why I'm here, Track of the Wolf.
To correct you.