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(01-16-2018 08:46 AM)amity Wrote:  ere are better opportunities to be had with other nationalities or tourists in the cities.
Germans, Dutch, French, Brazilians, all are more likely to be single and are often up for a bit of fun.

To add: Spanish, other south-american nationalities (Argentineans, Venezuelans etc)

Being brazilian myself, I can see tons of them here.

Just think that 90% of the girls are here to learn english, have fun (most of the ones I met came right after a breakup) and want to try new things.. Booze, drugs and relationships to non-brazilians are a strong part of the cultural interchange.

Yes, you have the perfect storm to meet loads of brazilian girls. And have a lot of fun.
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Thanks Syberpunk for the Kevin Sharkey video, I've been meaning to comment on that, and I will soon.
In the meantime, this is a great overview of what the Globalists have planned for us with this #Ireland2040 charade.


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This live stream took place last night on Morgoth's channel.
Was a really interesting conversation, mostly to do with the Ireland 2040 plan and it's implications for Ireland.
It's a long one, but well worth a listen.
Great to see there are other Irish men and women who really care and want to prevent the Globalists from destroying the country.


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(03-04-2018 02:14 PM)amity Wrote:  This live stream took place last night on Morgoth's channel.
Was a really interesting conversation, mostly to do with the Ireland 2040 plan and it's implications for Ireland.
It's a long one, but well worth a listen.
Great to see there are other Irish men and women who really care and want to prevent the Globalists from destroying the country.



Didn't know about this channel at all! Thanks so much.

They even have your man Critiqued there, that fella The Don hasn't put up a video in ages, but when he does they're fantastic, is he alive at all?

The way you do something is the way you do everything.

In the end, it boils down to two simple choices. Either you do or you don't. You'd think with all the problems in this world, there'd be more answers. It's not fair... but that's the way things are. The choice is yours.

"Liberal society has an absolute horror of the unchosen burden."

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Lisdoonvarna is a small rural village in County Clare in the rural west of Ireland, a tourist village, famous for a matchmaking festival...


which is about to get a whole lot more interesting....

The village has 320 or so locals and is getting a 115 refugees as a start. Stunningly and I'm proud of this, I wasn't expecting it, 93% of the locals voted in a private ballot against such a plantation. And were ignored.

Of course the hotel manager really cared, he'd put up his own money to house and do it out of his own pocket, not take the government grants to house, see how much he'd like it then.....












They plan on spreading through the country, so you can't but watch your back everywhere, no place not shit to live in, see us people living peacefully in our corner of the world "They look too happy, you know what the really need THIS, to give them the feels and civic pride".

The Taoiseach and Simon Coveney is all about twisting civic nationalism when it suits them like this.

This is why the Morgoth conversation that Amity posted is so comprehensive/full and important. They touch on everything usually unsaid, rare to get a group of people that tuned in and so pinpoint on the head in Ireland.

The way you do something is the way you do everything.

In the end, it boils down to two simple choices. Either you do or you don't. You'd think with all the problems in this world, there'd be more answers. It's not fair... but that's the way things are. The choice is yours.

"Liberal society has an absolute horror of the unchosen burden."

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Well edited.




The way you do something is the way you do everything.

In the end, it boils down to two simple choices. Either you do or you don't. You'd think with all the problems in this world, there'd be more answers. It's not fair... but that's the way things are. The choice is yours.

"Liberal society has an absolute horror of the unchosen burden."

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Somehow I'm not surprised.

I have great memories of adventures in Lisdoonvarna in the off season with a bunch of insane Irishmen and slutty Northern Irish girls.

Raise a pint to these folk.




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Good thread Syber...I love how we're all subscribed to pretty much the same youtube channels. I'll have to check Morgoth's out, he was good on the Milleniyule 2017 MW did. Decent working class Geordie.

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Stream ongoing at the moment:




The way you do something is the way you do everything.

In the end, it boils down to two simple choices. Either you do or you don't. You'd think with all the problems in this world, there'd be more answers. It's not fair... but that's the way things are. The choice is yours.

"Liberal society has an absolute horror of the unchosen burden."

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This is the future of Ireland they are giving you (from UK gov stats):

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12% rise if British claims vs 42% rise in foreign claims.

And this is from a lot of immigration going back to the 1940s. It seems that as the bar has lowered to immigration the crime, unemployment and welfare dependence has soared. Considering the violent crime in London, a lot of it seems to be for recent immigrants from Somalia etc,

“In the last 10 years, since the Somalis and the Congolese came to London, they taught us a whole new level of violence,” - ES

Britain is a meme.

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I am surprised the Irish haven’t looked over at the u.k currently and taken heed.

London does have serious crime, the murder rate is very low and I put this down to the limit of guns in the city.

I’m the 90s gun crime became bad in London and Manchester with shootings happening left, right and centre. Since then they cracked down on it massively and cut off the trade routes coming from the former Yugoslavia.

But still stabbingsbwith zombie knives and machetes in broad daylight is very common. Whenever it is actually quiet, you can bet it’s due to gang members not wanting to bring atttention to their activities. It is not because the police have clamped down on it .

Pro active policing was quashed due to being oppressive
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Part 2 of Grand Torino interviewing Kevin Sharkey.
He imparts more red pill wisdom here, and what's striking as well is how articulate and confident he is as a speaker.
I have dabbled in YouTube on and off with recording videos on Politics and I can keep a flow going for a few minutes before losing my way, but here Sharkey goes at it full tilt for seven/eight minute segments at a time, with no 'ehhh' or 'uhmmm' moments whatsoever, that in itself is rare in someone who hasn't been taught the art of public speaking (which I assume he hasn't).


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Dave Cullen of Computing Forever, interviews Justin Barrett, leader of the National Party.

"You can say "Far Right". We say "Right so far."





Stick with it through the most genuine Irish accent you have ever heard, great orator, I've posted other videos of him on the first page of this thread, we're having a two and fro here Amity as we dump videos here, thanks for the contributions and introducing me to some people I had no idea about.

The way you do something is the way you do everything.

In the end, it boils down to two simple choices. Either you do or you don't. You'd think with all the problems in this world, there'd be more answers. It's not fair... but that's the way things are. The choice is yours.

"Liberal society has an absolute horror of the unchosen burden."

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The way you do something is the way you do everything.

In the end, it boils down to two simple choices. Either you do or you don't. You'd think with all the problems in this world, there'd be more answers. It's not fair... but that's the way things are. The choice is yours.

"Liberal society has an absolute horror of the unchosen burden."

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Sam Harris, Jordan Peterson, and Douglas Murray are doing an evening in the 3 arena on July 14th.

Get them while they're hot, men.

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Reposting this after a questing in the everything lounge:

(03-29-2018 03:08 PM)Poker Wrote:  Can any of the membership based in Ireland shed some light on the reaction to the two rugby players being acquitted of rape? It seems like thousands of mainly women have taken to the streets in protest against the verdict in many cities across Ireland. Is this reflective of the national mood? What actually came out in the trial? The information in the British media is somewhat limited.

Certainly a fake rape allegation since the verdict was unanimous and there was certainly lots of evidence that the media would not like to talk about.

But if they demonstrate, then it is telling. I don't see the feminazi bitches demonstrating when an 18yo "migrant child" rapes a 12yo and then gets released instantly for being a fake minor. Nah - that is all fine, but when countless women throw themselves at sports stars and some regret it or expect more afterwards, then this is toxic masculinity. Rape gangs of brutally torturing and raping 12yo girls = parts and parcel of living with diversity. Celebrity men getting accused of rape = toxic white men with plenty of white male privilege abusing those poor innocent virginal girls.

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This is truly worthy of a ROK article.

What fucking bigotry.

You pussy-hats could not stand with the countless raped girls by Muslims, couldn't you?

You rather stand with a slutty girl who wanted to suck celebrity cock and regretted it?
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I'll be honest, I don't know enough about it to confidently say that she's lying or not, especially as I haven't been following it in the latter stages of the trial, but I remember being very surprised at how much coverage the case was getting.
I had a quick look on Twitter just now and I see there's a lot of venom from Irish women mostly (#ibelieveher) and the usual male beta orbiter types, but there's a bit of pushback too.
Here's one random lad who doesn't swallow her story:
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If nobody objects, I will throw in the odd bit of humour in to the thread, as a break from the very important work of trying to save Ireland from the clutches of the Globalists.
This lad is 'Viper' from the comedy docu show 'Hardy Bucks' and he is very funny, this short clip is spot on, I know a few men like this from down home!


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That was hilarious.

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(04-12-2018 12:39 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  That was hilarious.

Here’s the same lad again, brilliant!


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On the 25th May, we have referendum on repealing our 8th Amendment, which will allow on demand abortion up to 12 weeks (3 months).

All about muh choice, abort a child from who a woman that is raped, kill 99 others.

It was looking bad, but last night the No (Pro life) absolutely hounded and slaughtered the Yes side to bits on a debate, I almost couldn't believe it, they had the best speakers and all the facts, one comment on 4chan summed it up:

http://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/17160...p171623014

"Its exactly what I predicted months ago. When push cones to shove the left can't debate because they've been bullying and shouting people down so long they've forgotten how. Their response tells you they haven't learned their lesson and won't in time to turn it around. I predict the next poll to show a significant swing"

Incredibly during the debate, RTE let both sides actually debate and the host was fair, the crowd getting more and more pulled to the No side, now today all the cosmopolitan lads and girl sites are shocked that people were for once exposed to alternative facts, and are REEEEing to the sky, its glorious. REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE YOU DIDN'T LET PRO BABY KILLING WIN DOMINATE THE DEBATE!!!

Now they are in a tizzy "A lack of respect shown".....oh fuck off you precious madame butterfly.

https://www.hotpress.com/Claire-Byrne-Li...28584.html

Typically the pro life/conservative side like the world over has the lookers, Maria Steen, solicitor:

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Here's the debate:

https://www.rte.ie/player/ie/show/claire.../10879497/





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The way you do something is the way you do everything.

In the end, it boils down to two simple choices. Either you do or you don't. You'd think with all the problems in this world, there'd be more answers. It's not fair... but that's the way things are. The choice is yours.

"Liberal society has an absolute horror of the unchosen burden."

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I am personally pro-choice, but I fear no debate and have my facts all set. Though I would never celebrate any pregnancy termination - this is a thing reserved for the utmost cases of folly or crime. A sane society would have very little of that going on.

The left by the way has already advocated for post-birth abortions - the right to kill children up to age 3.
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And for fun:

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The way you do something is the way you do everything.

In the end, it boils down to two simple choices. Either you do or you don't. You'd think with all the problems in this world, there'd be more answers. It's not fair... but that's the way things are. The choice is yours.

"Liberal society has an absolute horror of the unchosen burden."

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Thanks Syberpunk for the update.
I am not militantly pro life or anything but I just cannot justify the taking of a innocent life, no matter if it only in the very early stages of development.
I think it's wrong, but I have had some good debates with intelligent reasonable people on the Yes side too and I acknowledge there are reasons why some people would vote Yes and not for narcissistic reasons.

I haven't been so active in recent weeks on here or in this thread lately for family reasons.
My father passed away recently after many years confined to a wheelchair and sometimes even confined to his bed.
Myself and my siblings acted as part time carers for several years.
And now he is released from his body that confined him for so long.
I am desperately sad but I know now he is finally free from the hardships that dictated his life for well over a decade.
One of his favourite singers was the great tenor John McCormack, I was amazed when he told me in his last years that he had attended one of his concerts in Ireland with my grandmother, as a child.
I write this here as a tribute to him but also as he was a great lover of Irish culture, heritage and the Irish language.
And the least I can do is try to preserve Ireland as Ireland and not just another soulless diverse satellite state of the EU.
I hope you are listening somewhere Dad, this is for you:


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(05-15-2018 12:10 PM)amity Wrote:  Thanks Syberpunk for the update.
I am not militantly pro life or anything but I just cannot justify the taking of a innocent life, no matter if it only in the very early stages of development.
I think it's wrong, but I have had some good debates with intelligent reasonable people on the Yes side too and I acknowledge there are reasons why some people would vote Yes and not for narcissistic reasons.

I haven't been so active in recent weeks on here or in this thread lately for family reasons.
My father passed away recently after many years confined to a wheelchair and sometimes even confined to his bed.
Myself and my siblings acted as part time carers for several years.
And now he is released from his body that confined him for so long.
I am desperately sad but I know now he is finally free from the hardships that dictated his life for well over a decade.
One of his favourite singers was the great tenor John McCormack, I was amazed when he told me in his last years that he had attended one of his concerts in Ireland with my grandmother, as a child.
I write this here as a tribute to him but also as he was a great lover of Irish culture, heritage and the Irish language.
And the least I can do is try to preserve Ireland as Ireland and not just another soulless diverse satellite state of the EU.
I hope you are listening somewhere Dad, this is for you:



Sorry to hear about that Amity, hope you take care of yourself and find some time for yourself after so much trouble. The most admirable of things you have done.

The way you do something is the way you do everything.

In the end, it boils down to two simple choices. Either you do or you don't. You'd think with all the problems in this world, there'd be more answers. It's not fair... but that's the way things are. The choice is yours.

"Liberal society has an absolute horror of the unchosen burden."

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