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Another decent conservation here with The Don and Critiqued:




And Parse the Noise has a very good overview of the demographic transformation of Ireland.
I think his information is excellent but his rapid fire delivery style is not going to appeal to many normies.


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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.

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(05-15-2018 11:28 AM)Zelcorpion Wrote:  The left by the way has already advocated for post-birth abortions - the right to kill children up to age 3.

Mate, you are worse than any tabloid for pulling random shit out of your arse and presenting it as 'fact'.

Plenty of people wish that Adolf Hitler had made more progress with the holdcaust. Therefore, the right, by the way, have already advocated for the total and utter destruction of the Jewish race.

You can't assign the viewpoints of a few nutters to every member of one half of the current political spectrum.

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https://twitter.com/rachelrmk/status/100...48/photo/1

Can you just imagine a bunch of people getting together to celebrate the killing of unborn humans? What a dump Ireland has become.

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 feel like abortion being celebrated in Ireland is some sort of spiritual turning point beyond which things will never be the same.

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(05-25-2018 02:29 PM)Syberpunk Wrote:  https://twitter.com/rachelrmk/status/100...48/photo/1

Can you just imagine a bunch of people getting together to celebrate the killing of unborn humans? What a dump Ireland has become.

To be fair - that is not what they think about abortion - at least not the majority aside from the psychopaths. They think that it was closer to a preliminary cell-culture. I agree with them, but I would never ever celebrate it. An abortion is rather a reason for mourning and introspection even if you have to do one. It's like celebrating the death of your younger brother who died prematurely. A woman doing that should always regret it and do it only as a last resort. She should not wear a pro-abortion T-shirt and have a party encouraging other women to do it.

It should not be celebrated only because the shitheads have been indoctrinated by feminism and the leftist morons. But I guess we humans can be trained to do the opposite of what is right.
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Its far beyond preliminary cell culture Zel, it has to be big enough to hoover out in the first place.

It's an abattoir.

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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(05-25-2018 02:47 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  I feel like abortion being celebrated in Ireland is some sort of spiritual turning point beyond which things will never be the same.

That clock's been ticking since 2015, mate. Sides were chosen. My gut tells me 2022 is where this all comes to a head.

Anyway, it's not like the Irish were ever valued for their intelligence.
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This result doesn't surprise me at all TBQH. I was hoping it would have gone differently, but I'm not surprised in the slightest that the result was what it was.
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Just how badly have the gays and feminists infiltrated Irish politics? It's one of a handful of nations sprinting full tilt towards degeneracy with very little pushback.
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(05-25-2018 09:29 PM)AnonymousBosch Wrote:  
(05-25-2018 02:47 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  I feel like abortion being celebrated in Ireland is some sort of spiritual turning point beyond which things will never be the same.

That clock's been ticking since 2015, mate. Sides were chosen. My gut tells me 2022 is where this all comes to a head.

Anyway, it's not like the Irish were ever valued for their intelligence.

Why 2022?
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Ireland has maintained a healthy fertility rate at close to replacement numbers until this point. I suspect that will change as consequence of both this decision, and the cultural shift away from Catholicism in general. (I don`t care much for religion at all, but it does serve a function in a modern society I guess, where reproduction is not something that "just happens" anymore due to contraceptives.)
This is just the start of what will eventually be even more liberal laws on abortion in Ireland.

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What are they celebrating? More time on the cock carousel? I don’t get the celebrations.

Watch the powers of liberal globalism now entrenched in Ireland go after the DUP which is one of the last remaining socially conservative parties.

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Go look at pictures of Dublin Castle now on Twitter.

If be lying if I said I didn't want something terrible to happen to them.

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.

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(05-26-2018 10:15 AM)N°6 Wrote:  What are they celebrating? More time on the cock carousel? I don’t get the celebrations.

Extremely r selected people are biologically wired to do the fast reproductive strategy of low investment, which sort of needs a variant of infanticide to ensure they can cut their losses if their offspring gets too needy/defective or for another random/stupid reason. That's why progressives, feminists, and LGBT all like it, because they're biologically driven to protect the r selected sexual strategy, it's a matter of life and death to them. (Which also explains why LGBT for instance care so much about it, even though on the surface level it shouldn't matter, and why the apolitical single mom underclass don't really care that much- they're degenerate but not as degenerate as the progressives)

It's only K selection which values in-group life.

As far as I know, it has to be correct to promote abortion for the r selects and discourage it for the K selects. The K selected drive to discourage abortion wholesale is instinctual, but I don't think it's correct. Leonard D Neubache has talked about something similar before. Since the r selected progressives are the people who predominantly abort, abortion seems to actually make future society more K selected/conservative.
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(05-26-2018 01:43 PM)The Catalyst Wrote:  
(05-26-2018 10:15 AM)N°6 Wrote:  What are they celebrating? More time on the cock carousel? I don’t get the celebrations.

Extremely r selected people are biologically wired to do the fast reproductive strategy of low investment, which sort of needs a variant of infanticide to ensure they can cut their losses if their offspring gets too needy/defective or for another random/stupid reason. That's why progressives, feminists, and LGBT all like it, because they're biologically driven to protect the r selected sexual strategy, it's a matter of life and death to them. (Which also explains why LGBT for instance care so much about it, even though on the surface level it shouldn't matter, and why the apolitical single mom underclass don't really care that much- they're degenerate but not as degenerate as the progressives)

It's only K selection which values in-group life.

As far as I know, it has to be correct to promote abortion for the r selects and discourage it for the K selects. The K selected drive to discourage abortion wholesale is instinctual, but I don't think it's correct. Leonard D Neubache has talked about something similar before. Since the r selected progressives are the people who predominantly abort, abortion seems to actually make future society more K selected/conservative.

Nope - the k-selects will abort while the lowest r-selects will keep on breeding due to welfare. If there were no welfare and no child-support, then this would be different, but this is nowhere the case in the West.

Consider this: Who is more likely to abort? The 130 IQ medicine student or the 90 IQ cashier girl?

In the past the offspring of the cashier girl tier girl had a short life, died off while the smarter girl married and had 8 kids of whom most survived since she may have attained the middle class even in the later 19th century.

Who has the most kids in the WEstern world?

The very religious - Amish, orthodox Jewish (both k-select).
The biggest group however now are Muslims in the West who count as r-select especially with inbreeding.
Then come the low-class folk who actually have a better life being on welfare and having 2 kids than working a job as a cleaning lady.
Only long after those groups come the secular k-selects and high-IQ folk.

It's a reversal of what used to be the case in the past where the middle and upper-middle class as well as some healthy farmers used to have the most surviving kids.
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I have an Irish acquaintance who does pretty well for himself as a small businessman, yet he is beta as can be. Obese, bespectacled, balding and of course single, he is already well into his forties. He's always leaned politically left and today proudly trumpets the wonderfulness of the recent referendum outcome.

Here we have a sexually frustrated heterosexual* grown man with no family, actively celebrating that it's now easier than ever for an Irish woman to murder her own unborn child. While he goes to bed alone every night pining away for a girlfriend, he drinks the Kool Aid spiked with an ideology designed to kill off his own interests: getting married and, presumably, having children and a family of his own. His useful idiocy contributed to bringing women one step closer to disregarding their own fertility in exchange for carousel riding with Chads other than him. Yet he's happy about it. Am I the one smoking crack?

I suspect his misguided and smarmy support for advanced degeneracy goes beyond mere tone deaf political beliefs. It's almost as if he actually thinks that for his overt white knighting he will someday be rewarded with a sympathy bang from an HB8 (hell, he'd probably settle for a 5 at this point...)

How a frustrated heterosexual* man allows himself to go through life slavishly supporting political causes for the assumed yet forever unfulfilled promise of sexual satisfaction is as bewildering as it is pathetic. I don't know him that well, but in every conversation we've had, he's demonstrated an almost deliberate distancing from any red pill truths.

Men, witness Ireland, and the west in general, dying on the vine.


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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.

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^You know him?

...seriously, the guy I know is a bit worse off, actually.

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(05-26-2018 06:21 PM)SlickyBoy Wrote:  ^You know him?

...seriously, the guy I know is a bit worse off, actually.

No, its just a random picture of Twitter. The man you describes sounds much worse actually, the fella in this picture still looks pretty young.

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 celebrations are like Carthage’s joy at the promised prosperity of Baal for passing its children through the fire before the Romans arrive to raise the whole place and salt the earth.
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Anti-globalist, Jim Corr, of The Corrs was for "no".

The only up side to this is there will be fewer children born to leftists now.

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(05-26-2018 02:36 PM)Zelcorpion Wrote:  
(05-26-2018 01:43 PM)The Catalyst Wrote:  
(05-26-2018 10:15 AM)N°6 Wrote:  What are they celebrating? More time on the cock carousel? I don’t get the celebrations.

Extremely r selected people are biologically wired to do the fast reproductive strategy of low investment, which sort of needs a variant of infanticide to ensure they can cut their losses if their offspring gets too needy/defective or for another random/stupid reason. That's why progressives, feminists, and LGBT all like it, because they're biologically driven to protect the r selected sexual strategy, it's a matter of life and death to them. (Which also explains why LGBT for instance care so much about it, even though on the surface level it shouldn't matter, and why the apolitical single mom underclass don't really care that much- they're degenerate but not as degenerate as the progressives)

It's only K selection which values in-group life.

As far as I know, it has to be correct to promote abortion for the r selects and discourage it for the K selects. The K selected drive to discourage abortion wholesale is instinctual, but I don't think it's correct. Leonard D Neubache has talked about something similar before. Since the r selected progressives are the people who predominantly abort, abortion seems to actually make future society more K selected/conservative.

Nope - the k-selects will abort while the lowest r-selects will keep on breeding due to welfare. If there were no welfare and no child-support, then this would be different, but this is nowhere the case in the West.

Consider this: Who is more likely to abort? The 130 IQ medicine student or the 90 IQ cashier girl?

In the past the offspring of the cashier girl tier girl had a short life, died off while the smarter girl married and had 8 kids of whom most survived since she may have attained the middle class even in the later 19th century.

Who has the most kids in the WEstern world?

The very religious - Amish, orthodox Jewish (both k-select).
The biggest group however now are Muslims in the West who count as r-select especially with inbreeding.
Then come the low-class folk who actually have a better life being on welfare and having 2 kids than working a job as a cleaning lady.
Only long after those groups come the secular k-selects and high-IQ folk.

It's a reversal of what used to be the case in the past where the middle and upper-middle class as well as some healthy farmers used to have the most surviving kids.

Female medicine students are not as smart as you might think. (I know this from personal experience.) They are hard working yes, but also extremely conformist "drones," with absolutely no ability to think independently. Basically they will just do what they`re told all through their careers, and what they`re told is to prescribe a certain drug for certain diagnosis. They would never dream of actually addressing the underlying causes (mostly dietary and lifestyle) of whatever disease they have in front of them. Male doctors are guilty of this also, but not to the same extent. In Norway something like 80 percent of medicine students are now female. Better go Paleo, work out, etc. and take care of your own health.

There are a few really excellent female scientists/doctors, but just like with female comedians they are either full on lesbians, or at least very masculine women. This never fails to be true. These women have a male brain in a female body, that`s precisely why they are funny/smart.

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(05-27-2018 03:17 PM)gework Wrote:  Anti-globalist, Jim Corr, of The Corrs was for "no".

The only up side to this is there will be fewer children born to leftists now.

They're importing people so it really isn't a gain or loss, just repalcement.
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