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    Sinn Fein

    Fianna Fail

    Fine Gael



    Pro Treaty vs Anti Treaty


    How to Draw



    • Left-Wing Populism - Together we're even winning over moderate unionists who can't abide the DUP's anti-LGBT rhetoric or failure to believe in dinosaurs.
    • Bidenism - Best American president ever, you should just come out already in support of your people.
    • Obamaism - He's half Irish. I'm pretty sure that counts. Plus he said our best days were ahead of us.
    • Independence Anarchism - Free the people!
    • Hibernocracy - There are Irish all over the world, and it's great.
    • Zionism - I can sympathise in people returning to their ancestral land after being driven out by violent force.
    • Palestinian Nationalism - And I can sympathise with people being trodden on by ruling powers.
    • Scottish Nationalism - My Scottish friend.
    • Corbynism - The only Englishman I like!
    • Gaddafism - Thanks for the arms comrade!
    • IRA – Up the 'RA!


    • Blueshirtism - Our relationship is really complicated to say the least.
    • Pacifism - The treaty will bring peace to Ireland yes the peace of the grave!.
    • Pan-Hispanism- I cant abide with their monarchist sympathies but they hate the english so that's ok.
    • Socialism - James Connolly wanted a socialist republic. But the economics must come second to freedom and sovereignty. Republicans must work together.
    • Neoliberalism - The Celtic Tiger really benefited from all that foreign investment in the 1990s, and it put Ireland on the map. But we still hate Thatcher.
    • Catholic Theocracy - Catholicism is an intrinsic part of Irish Heritage. But the church has a lot of explaining to do.
    • Irish Monarchism – wait, what?


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