2.10.2016 – 09:10:56I’ve been following the debate over the Irish flag and Irishness for quite some time.
I don’t really care about it, and I’m happy to be proven wrong.
I’ve never seen it anywhere else, and so I’m sure there are many people who will.
It’s not my problem.
As for the Irish anthem, it’s not for me to decide, and it’s a matter of respect.
I’m not against the anthem at all.
It’s my duty to respect the flag, I have to respect our country, and we have to protect it.
It has always been my job to represent Ireland, and to keep the country proud.
I’m proud to be Irish.
I know it’s an Irish anthem and I don’ believe it’s about me, but I’m proud of Ireland and proud of our people.
The only problem is that it’s used as a political weapon.
That’s why it’s in the anthem, and that’s why I’ve been campaigning for the flag to be changed.
I don’t want to change the flag because of political correctness, but because of the great history that’s been created.
It is a symbol of Ireland.
It is a badge of Irishness.
It symbolises the country.
It tells the story of Ireland, of the people that we have.
And so it should be respected.
I can’t really think of a better way of representing Ireland, than to change it to a flag that represents the people.
It can’t be anything else.
In recent weeks, we’ve seen people of different political stripes, many of whom are on opposite sides of the argument.
It shows a lack of respect, and a lack at the end of the day of respect for our country.
It would be disrespectful to the people who have given us this flag, and who have supported it.
And I want to say to them: it’s time to get rid of the flag.