>Different our war is about protestant supremacy and it's rearguard
>defence of it's position on the Island. From an ideological perspective
>Northern Cyprus is your best example and I think we have Protestant
>Unionists from the North there at this very moment swopping advice.
>Their other "heroes" Rhodesia and South Africa have not lasted the course.
When you attack Protestants are you attacking the religion or people who
say they are Protestants? Let me just say this in defense of both
Catholics and Protestants, no one who truly follows Christ takes an eye for
an eye, I think you better stop classifying people by their religious
affiliation because it's clear that neither Protestants or Catholics in NI
have been following the dictates of their faith - if they were there would
be no war to discuss here. And speaking of supremacy of one faith - I seem
to remember something about an inquisition. . . some crusades. . . of was
that just protestant propaganda too?
I'm very tired of you lumping Protestants in one group trying to rid the
world of Catholics, you're really going too far in that.