Should North Ireland and the Republic of Ireland be unified?

Posted by: ChosenWolff

  • Yes, the majority of Ireland itself wants unification

  • No, it should be a county by county decision

86% 19 votes
14% 3 votes
  • They had this debate in Ukraine. Self determination should be decided by the nation as a whole by democratic vote. Not a county by county basis. 60% of people in the republic want unification, and 42% in the 6 counties

  • Before there was a Northern ireland,england shipped iver protestants to confirm catholic irish people to english protestants,in time the catholics pushed the protestants to what is now Northern Ireland,and yes before you ask there protestans and catholics in bothe regions but the majority in the R.O.I is catholic and northern ireland is protestany,so if ireland were to unify it wouod have two major religions and only if the whole island would they might join the uk but I highly doubt it

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ChosenWolff says2014-07-05T16:00:30.0708867-05:00
Most people are unaware that Ireland has more terrorist groups than Iraq and Syria. Suppressing Irish nationalism is causing people to die.
ChosenWolff says2014-07-05T16:02:12.9840867-05:00
Sorry, Iraq and Afghanistan. I think Syria has the most right now.
ChosenWolff says2014-07-05T16:37:05.7746752-05:00
The UK has a hypocritical policy. They say that an Irish referendum will be decided by the region alone, but the people voting against Scottish independence (which I don't support) aren't living in Scotland.

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