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GUEST,Steamin' Willie BS: Dale Farm Traveller Evictions (286* d) RE: BS: Dale Farm Traveller Evictions 28 Aug 11

Ah, of course, if you abide by the rules, you are a racist bigot eh?

Mr Carroll, you have every right to question people who don't understand that not paying taxes and leaving your filth for others to clean up. After all, they are some weird heritage that must be protected like Stonehenge.

Living in Ireland these days, you don't have to put up with diddycoys. Mainly because the buggers are all over here.

It is easy to sing Ewan McColl songs about freeborn men and thirty foot trailers, and getting all misty eyed over their plight. Tell you what, let's end their plight shall we?

If they stop being a criminal menace, decent people might stop pointing out their faults. If they start contribute and paying their way, decent people might stop asking the authorities to protect them from the criminal elements within new age travellers and diddycoys, because the culture of crime seems t be part of the tradition rather than impoverished circumstances.

In the meantime, there are always those who can use them as an excuse for their ill thought out outrage against the majority population, and there are always those like my mate who used to own a small construction plant repair business. He loved them so much he once accepted a cheque from one.... Funny that. Before he took it to the bank, he used to say the particular family were misunderstood. After he presented the cheque, well.. I blush at what he used to say. I doubt the sanctimonious Mr Carroll would have liked it anyway.

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