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Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by Reference(m): 10:28am On Aug 06, 2020
Rossikki:


Why not announce a socialist ''REVOLUTION'' in your country, Ireland, and see how long before they arrest your stupid poke nosing face there?

Idiot oyinbos only good at supporting trouble for other countries.

Which trouble can a people forment in a so called democracy oga. Which trouble can protesters forment against a whole country.

Your interest is not making peace for Nigeria, your interest is making peace for those mismanaging the country. It is their interests you rant to protect so it must mean you are part of the problem too.

And for heavens sake steer clear of talking about things you know little about.

Almost all European democracies have 'Socialist' leaning and socialist practicing political parties and movements. They are not running scared at the mention of socialism and once a while even welfarist parties come into power.

We know Nigerians prefer tin gods they can worship and adore in the feudal state you guys are busy building where the rule of godfather reigns supreme but I can assure you that as soon as THE Nigerian Citizen wakes up from his decades old slumber you folks will all be swept aside.

If you think Nigeria can go on indefinitely like this you must be dreaming as well.

Whether you shudder and cringe in fear at the word 'Revolution' is your problem. Go to public parks everywhere in western Europe on weekends and you will see more inflammatory and more incendiary language and protest actions taking place to get their goverments to listen.

That is coming to Nigeria and there is nothing you folks will be able to do about it. The worst you folks can do is to try and split the movements with the age old precolonial tactic of tribal divisions and religious schisms.
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by Mummyfour(f): 10:28am On Aug 06, 2020
cool
Madmohamed419:
buhari is ma.. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu
finish that statement and pay your 500k into hate speech account shocked cool

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Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by Nobody: 10:40am On Aug 06, 2020
dalongjnr:

Adhering to the constitution is backward mentality and been real enemies of state? Wow,this is deep! Can you define what a revolution is? Then differentiate between revolution and peaceful protest?

An informed person is better than an educated person.

Legal doesn't always mean right.

Here's a list of the different revolutions that spurred societies to greatness or freedom.

Industrial Revolution.American Revolution (1765–1783)French Revolution (1789–1799)Haitian Revolution (1791–1804)United Irishmen's Rebellion (1798)Serbian Revolution (1804–1835)Latin American Wars of Independence (1808–1833)Greek War of Independence (1821–1832)

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Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by Madmohamed419(m): 10:44am On Aug 06, 2020
Mummyfour:
coolfinish that statement and pay your 500k into hate speech account shocked cool
Lei Mohammed will pay first
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by TheGoodJoe(m): 10:46am On Aug 06, 2020
Adayi1:
With this ur assertion, it shows that u re a poor student of history. check egypt, libya, tunisia, and recently sudan. mind u d leader of d revolution is an opposition politician not labour leader.

What you are typing does not in any way make the word revolution a crime.

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Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by Masterkernel1: 10:53am On Aug 06, 2020
Rossikki:


Why not announce a socialist ''REVOLUTION'' in your country, Ireland, and see how long before they arrest your stupid poke nosing face there?

Idiot oyinbos only good at supporting trouble for other countries.


May the state of things in Nigeria ever be the projection of your family and lineage, because the saying goes "he that calleth evil good, evil will never depart his home".
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by JoffreyBeroth(m): 11:00am On Aug 06, 2020
Tranquillity360:
Am not understanding!





Did police arrest yoruba revolutionaries.



I thought yoruba revolution will chase out buhari from Aso Rock.


You’re not wise, it’s all over this your comment
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by anonymuz(m): 11:01am On Aug 06, 2020
Farki:


And your heroes who ran away?

Please shift.
I'm not igbo, oga ade
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by jrusky(m): 11:07am On Aug 06, 2020
Rossikki:


Why not announce a socialist ''REVOLUTION'' in your country, Ireland, and see how long before they arrest your stupid poke nosing face there?

Idiot oyinbos only good at supporting trouble for other countries.

Sorry what is that your name again? I pity those who wasted their sweat, money and time sending you to school its so pathetic.
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by backbone503(m): 11:10am On Aug 06, 2020
Oluwafhemmi10:


Wot are u saying gan, don't u listen to yourself at all, did u see guns with those protesting or they are reported of causing riot or havoc with their protest
Wen there's no freedom of speech and u can't exercise your right as citizens under a democratically elected gov't in this 21st century then that is 'slavery'.
Ask yourself dat question, are u ok with the situation in d country right now from corruption to insecurity to harsh economy where many SMEs are struggling to survive bcoz of poor governance...

If you're truly as wise as you're trying so hard to portray, then you should know the difference between peaceful protest for a better Nigeria (as allowed for in our constitution) and a protest calling for a radical Revolution.

There are clearly many leadership problems in Nigeria, and PMB hasn't been the man many expected or taught he would be. However, the point remains that the only way a change in government can/should be effected in Nigeria is through a credible ELECTION.

Revolution will definitely do more harm than good (look at north Africa). Sowore and co that are calling for this upheaval are only half Nigerian. 95% of those sheepishly protesting and supporting this treasonable felony have no where to run to when casala burst, but Sowore and co has.

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Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by Ennovate(m): 11:13am On Aug 06, 2020
Tranquillity360:
Am not understanding!





Did police arrest yoruba revolutionaries.



I thought yoruba revolution will chase out buhari from Aso Rock.

You a fvcking tribal idiot, it's not about tribe idiot... it's about the dire condition of this country... fool
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by dalongjnr: 11:16am On Aug 06, 2020
Nigsrdumb:


An informed person is better than an educated person.

Legal doesn't always mean right.

Here's a list of the different revolutions that spurred societies to greatness or freedom.

Industrial Revolution.American Revolution (1765–1783)French Revolution (1789–1799)Haitian Revolution (1791–1804)United Irishmen's Rebellion (1798)Serbian Revolution (1804–1835)Latin American Wars of Independence (1808–1833)Greek War of Independence (1821–1832)
That haven't answered my question. Pick the one that's applicable to the context we are talking about it. Is there revolution to toppled a democratically elected government?
Show us the "REVOLUTION CLAUSE " in the constitution of FRN.
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by ruggedtimi(m): 11:22am On Aug 06, 2020
Sunofgod:
Ireland should send some troops.
like they did in Jadotville Congo and lost to the Katangese forces after runnung out of ammunition, the Irish men fought bravely.
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by Nobody: 11:22am On Aug 06, 2020
dalongjnr:

That haven't answered my question. Pick the one that's applicable to the context we are talking about it. Is there revolution to toppled a democratically elected government?
Show us the "REVOLUTION CLAUSE " in the constitution of FRN.

French Revolution.

Hope that answers your question.

Besides they're not trying to topple the government, they want to put enough pressure to make them accountable or leave the helm's of affairs if they can't deliver.

You win , i win, everyone wins regardless of tribe, religion.

Why is this so hard for you to grasp.
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by ZooOga: 12:00pm On Aug 06, 2020
Some ppl should google Afrophobia in Ireland and receive sense.
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by JoffreyBeroth(m): 12:04pm On Aug 06, 2020
How foolish can we be? Reading many comments here and I discovered there are no limits. Another man from another country is agitating for our freedom and we’re here saying that it doesn’t concern him. E go soon concern una make una no worry. Shebi peaceful protest is now a crime in a democratic setting. Una go hear weeeeeen
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by danifinest(m): 1:45pm On Aug 06, 2020
They aren't allowed to send troops, they can only initiate sanctions or other ban on govt activities. Ireland no too get level for Nigeria. Just imagine it was China, they stop govt officials from visiting, stop any form of trade with Nigeria and other bans, your govt will rush to do their bidding.

Sunofgod:
Ireland should send some troops.
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by mestie(f): 1:49pm On Aug 06, 2020
Thank God
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by MahatmaGhandi: 2:36pm On Aug 06, 2020
Voice of Jacob, hand of Esau.
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by luluman: 3:36pm On Aug 06, 2020
Oxb90:
Is this true! I wish it is. If you are tired of the rubbish going on in this country, speak out, carry your placard, write your message on it lets hit the streets.
And you hide for nairaland abi?
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by luluman: 3:38pm On Aug 06, 2020
Tranquillity360:
Am not understanding!





Did police arrest yoruba revolutionaries.



I thought yoruba revolution will chase out buhari from Aso Rock.
A brainless talk alone without a face attached can signify Igbos
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by freeborn02: 4:28pm On Aug 06, 2020
Rossikki:


Why not announce a socialist ''REVOLUTION'' in your country, Ireland, and see how long before they arrest your stupid poke nosing face there?

Idiot oyinbos only good at supporting trouble for other countries.

Please Mr Irish oyinbo, do not poke nose o! As far as rossikki is concerned, oppressing and brutalizing unarmed civilians during a PEACEFUL protest is acceptable.
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by Focusmind: 4:43pm On Aug 06, 2020
Who is Ireland? Joint statement from Germany, UK and France would have made more sense. That's how those European powers act grin if they want to put you under pressure, they will issue joint statement to send a clear signal.

The worst will be if Pompeo, US secretary of state now issues his own or the white house press secretary, then know that your matter don pass be careful
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by Akinwaley11(m): 4:48pm On Aug 06, 2020
[quote author=Tranquillity360 post=92495884]Am not understanding!





Did police arrest yoruba revolutionaries.



I thought yoruba revolution will chase out buhari from Aso Rock.

This one no even get sense

Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by executive12: 6:01pm On Aug 06, 2020
Rossikki:


Why not announce a socialist ''REVOLUTION'' in your country, Ireland, and see how long before they arrest your stupid poke nosing face there?

Idiot oyinbos only good at supporting trouble for other countries.

I hope you don't have one foot inside Nigeria and the other foot outside?
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by Kevingeoffrey: 10:02pm On Aug 06, 2020
Now i want the Irish politician to help the youths of Nigeria by opening their borders to the young educated youths of Nigeria to come and help Ireland that is the only way you can help us writing an epistle to this Buhari led govt will not yield any good result because he will not listen
Re: Mick Barry TD Demands Release Of 'Revolution Now' Protesters by Akapito: 10:08pm On Aug 06, 2020

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