Segregation

An Irish Archbishop came out in support of continuing to segregate Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland’s school system.

Now, I’m against segregation in any form, but when the oppressed group is asking for the division so they can better educate their children, I have to stop and rethink my position.

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still thinking

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Nope, it¬ hasn’t changed. ¬ As long as Catholics and Protestants insists on living apart in Northern Ireland, they’ll never truly live together.

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2 Responses to “Segregation”

  1. Irish Thinking Says:

    Will we still have separation when the old bigots have all died off? I think so. I think people gather out of fear of the unknown and a comfort in the like, more than out of a common hatred for a group. Just a thought…

  2. Nellie O'Loughlin Says:

    I agree on all counts. But should a government, especially one trying to forge an uneasy peace, encourage those fears? I don’t think so. History proves that nothing good — or ethical — is born of segregation.


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