Haass Talks Destined to End in Fudge as they Continue to Endorse Sectarianism

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Comment by David Dinning on September 6, 2013 at 7:28am
From above

A little while ago, a friend attended a session of non-sectarian training sponsored by her employer. Each must respect the “culture” of the other side, it was explained. For example, the Orange Order was an expression of the identity of the Protestant community: to disrespect the order was to disrespect Protestants.

My friend intervened to say that she regarded the order as a bunch of bigots quite undeserving of respect. Shock and dismay all round. Such hostility to the Protestant community was intolerable. “But”, she piped up, “I am a Protestant.”

She was told to take a course in “single-identity work”. She’d have to learn to love her local lodge before she could engage fully in efforts to bring the communities together.

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Comment by Nollaig 2016 on September 6, 2013 at 7:42am

Clancy Brothers said it best The Orange and the Green


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