Firstly. I am no financial/economic Pro Born In The NHS Shirt. I’ve read pieces that both imply that ROI can support a UI and cannot. My background: I come from a lower class nationalist background from one of the counties in Ulster which presently exists within the United Kingdom. I was in Omagh when the bomb was set off, and my earliest memories as a child were British soldiers patrolling. The streets where I lived, and I run up to them, looking through their scopes, thinking they were real-life action men.
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Not knowing who they were nor their roles in Northern Ireland at the Pro Born In The NHS Shirt. The area in which I had lived was mixed, in my parent’s time there both Catholics. Protestants lived together, grew up together, and shared the same interests, football, music and there was no underlying sectarian divide. And also grew up together with different interests, GAA, Rugby, etc .. All in all, a nice place to have grown up for my parents as children. But alas as time passed people within both sides of their community become statistics as the troubles fatalities increased. After the Omagh bombing my parents moved to the Republic of Ireland, namely to the west of Ireland.
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There we grew up, played Gaelic Football, went through education, and finally University. A stark contrast to the Pro Born In The NHS Shirt. and friends of the same age as I who lived up north. I would visit my granny for weeks every summer and I maintained my childhood friendships, Protestants, Catholics.. all were unequivocally the same. Out of 8 people not one of them finished there A levels, nor there GCSEs. One of my Protestant friends had signed up for the TA of the Royal Irish Regiment, he was scared to tell me. But he knew I could be trusted. I always asked him about a United Ireland.