Skip to comments.Belfast’s Lord Mayor Máirtin Ó Muilleoir (Sinn Féin) Endorses Christine Quinn (for NYC mayor)
Posted on 06/15/2013 1:43:31 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Northern Irelands Lord Mayor of Belfast offered an enthusiastic endorsement of a certain Irish-American mayoral candidate Thursday morning during a visit to Gracie Mansion.
We think that every city needs an Irish mayor. And New York has had a series of wonderful mayors and we think it would be wonderful in the days ahead, in the short time ahead, if New York had an Irish-American mayor again, Lord Mayor Máirtin Ó Muilleoir told Politicker this morning, as he posed for photographs with Mayor Michael Bloomberg and City Council Speaker Christine Quinn by his side.
While Mr. Ó Muilleoir didnt mention Ms. Quinn by name, he made little secret that he was referring to the grinning redhead standing beside him, and who had been gushing over him other earlier as they spoke.
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Cant we just send Christine and her wife to be the mayor of Belfast or something?
Is she a LESBIAN??
a militant “in-yo-face” kinda she-male
OMG!!! NYC is going to suffer for this slap in God’s face.
well, their other mayoral choice at the moment seems to be anThony Weiner
so they get to choose their perversion
Pick your Perversion!!
(May 19, 2012 ) Christine C. Quinn ... married .. Kim M. Catullo. The wedding took place in the meatpacking district..Sometimes you just can't make this stuff up!
A Sinn Feiner could never have happened in the past because of gerrymandering and other rigged set-ups. Sinn Fein is mostly a marxist organization today.
James Connolly was the only leader at the time who was into socialist causes - he was leader of a small group called the Irish Citizen Army. Connolly was talked into partaking in the Uprising which was planned by the Irish Brotherhood and the Irish Volunteers (Irish Volunteers military formed in 1913 which was in response to the Ulster Volunteers military in N Ireland - formed in 1912 - organized and paid for by the English government).
The socialists/communists/leninites/troskities... of today attempt (albeit successfully as you’ve just proved) to paint a picture that it was all about Connolly and his socialist revolution, and the Catholic Church was the boogey-man which couldn’t be further from the truth. Connolly was asked and did lead one of the factions but the planning etc was done by the IRB (Plunkett et al) and the Irish Volunteers. The Volunteers also included members of the Gaelic League, the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Sinn Féin, and secretly, the IRB.
PS: They were nationalists and the major aim was a United Ireland. Not many could look past that aim at the time because most thought it would never happen as they’d all be killed. When one knows the history it’s easy to see why they thought that...