Anton you have your reasons but sometimes you sound like a mad ragin hun.
I find the singing of pro-IRA songs an embarrassment to our club.
If that makes me sound like a mad raging Hun, to you, then so be it. Honestly, I couldn't give a toss what you think about me or my views.
There is not one thing or one person who can make me change that belief, it is deeply ingrained in my psyche.
WTF the IRA has to do with Celtic shall remain a mystery to me.
Deliberately attempting to avoid unnecessary confrontation: the mixed messages that come from yourself - TET et al - are bewildering.
You claim to be faithful Celtic supporters, in terms of the values of the club we all support, yet at the end of the day you tend to come across as fascist, dictatorial and tyrannical.
TET expressed an opinion that he always viewed the PIRA as "the good guys". Have you any idea how naeve and insulting that is in the overall context of recent historical terms?
There are times when those who reminisce about the PIRA would be be better off singing about the blue, misty hills of Tiree whilst downing copious amounts of Irn Bru in America.
It's as though those of us who speak out against certain aspects of the GB are heretical, Hun and lesser Celtic supporters than you.
The GB lack humility and restraint when criticism is levelled at them from within our own ranks. In my mind, there are times when they are anti-Celtic through their actions.
Maybe one day we'll actually get one of their rank and file to join this debate and answer the main queries many would like to understand.
Personally, I don't want our club associated with the IRA, in whatever guise the GB deem acceptable to them.
Raging Hun or pragmatist?
Again, irrespective of how you view me, I won't be changing my mind.
I shall continue to speak out about pro-IRA chants at our games. I don't like them, I see no need for them and I'm embarrassed by them.
As stated, I believe no one can justify them.
Certainly, to date, no one has even come close to making me change that viewpoint one iota. I can't see that changing anytime soon.