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RE: Ireland and Irish Politics / The Irish Situation
(07-31-2018 08:00 AM)amity Wrote:  
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Syberpunk, I'm not sure about this woman.
Her kind of ranty style isn't going to appeal to many people.
Also, notice near the end, she makes a specific point about a particular tribe, who we shouldn't criticise and Simon doesn't exactly pull her up on it, although he is not as decisive as her on this issue.
People who refuse to call out those people who have been largely responsible for orchestrating the mass immigration clusterfuck that is destroying our countries, cannot be trusted.
Ultimately, even if she does have some good things to say, she is a gatekeeper.

I noticed that too amity, she made a vicious 90 degree harpin swerve there; her voice is grating too.
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Its tiring the last few days, having Pope Francis here, he sounds more like Jeremy Corbyn than something otherworldly. Love, Love, Love.....had him meeting a family at the Presidential residents, three generations of a refugee family as he planted a tree and as he dug a hole as they looked at him.........was there ever a more symbolic image?

Standing on stage with Pro-abortion advocates (Prime Minister Leo Vadakar), as they lecture the abuse of the church and the lack of protection for children, being wrong while only 3 months being advocates for Yes to Abortion in the referendum.

He's just not militant enough, if this were God's spokeperson on Earth, they would be at each others throats, yet they're on the same team. There is nothing to differniate it from any other activism going on today. It's so of this world.

Any advice hes given is like a child's two bit self hep book, and everybody think its the most profound wordsmithing imaginable, the most banal platitudes.

It's such a farce, it makes my stomach churn thinking about it, and it isn't the poor steak I cooked last night.
What is the meaning of any of it?

I couldn't hang my coat on this never mind my soul.

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@Syberpunk I know what you mean. Ì get the same vibe about Pope Francis.
I get the impression he has been installed there as a 'Yes' man of sorts, and to present a friendly face to the public and a conciliatory face to the media and agitators.
It doesn't ring true. It feels hollow somehow.
The media's 24/7 focus on abuse and 'survivors' from Tuam and other institutions was obsessive and unhealthy.
And yet there was some positive signs in there, the footage from Knock was more hopeful, the crowd were overwhelmingly native Irish which was a refreshing change to the emphasis on Diversity, Multiculturalism and Asylum Seekers and the 'one world' vibe of the Dublin celebrations (although I will admit the show itself was entertaining and had some great performers).
Also the interviews with ordinary Irish people in Knock particularly but also in Dublin showed how much it all meant to everyday folk, even if the Dublin crowd had to stomach a multitude of political correctness along with the event.
But there is something rotten at the core of this nouveau Catholicism being presented to the masses.

We all know it's not real, it's all a bit empty and meaningless and saying nothing of any substance.
Here's where I suggest you watch this John Waters interview. It explains a lot.
From about halfway through where he starts talking about the malaise in the church, it's mindblowing (at least it was for me)!
I'm not a practising Catholic but I recognise it's strengths and overall I'm glad of my Catholic upbringing.
I'm a bit older than you so although things were a bit stricter in my younger days, the Church was also stronger and more confident and people drew inspiration from that.
I saw something of that in the interviews with some of the attendees of all ages at Knock and Dublin.


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(08-27-2018 09:17 AM)amity Wrote:  @Syberpunk I know what you mean. Ì get the same vibe about Pope Francis.
I get the impression he has been installed there as a 'Yes' man of sorts, and to present a friendly face to the public and a conciliatory face to the media and agitators.
It doesn't ring true. It feels hollow somehow.
The media's 24/7 focus on abuse and 'survivors' from Tuam and other institutions was obsessive and unhealthy.
And yet there was some positive signs in there, the footage from Knock was more hopeful, the crowd were overwhelmingly native Irish which was a refreshing change to the emphasis on Diversity, Multiculturalism and Asylum Seekers and the 'one world' vibe of the Dublin celebrations (although I will admit the show itself was entertaining and had some great performers).
Also the interviews with ordinary Irish people in Knock particularly but also in Dublin showed how much it all meant to everyday folk, even if the Dublin crowd had to stomach a multitude of political correctness along with the event.
But there is something rotten at the core of this nouveau Catholicism being presented to the masses.

We all know it's not real, it's all a bit empty and meaningless and saying nothing of any substance.
Here's where I suggest you watch this John Waters interview. It explains a lot.
From about halfway through where he starts talking about the malaise in the church, it's mindblowing (at least it was for me)!
I'm not a practising Catholic but I recognise it's strengths and overall I'm glad of my Catholic upbringing.
I'm a bit older than you so although things were a bit stricter in my younger days, the Church was also stronger and more confident and people drew inspiration from that.
I saw something of that in the interviews with some of the attendees of all ages at Knock and Dublin.




I'm not a a practicing Catholic either, people used to think it was perhaps I thought it was "strict".....but in truth that would make me respect them more and more likely to engage, it was the watery nature of it here at home that slowly turned me off as I aged. I'm glad I was brought up in it never the less, I think it gave me a strong head and archetypes when many were failing in their teenage years (but my family often times felt like an oddity occasionally)
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This is perhaps Dave's best video so far, really takes the piss out of the gombeen man politicians and councillors we have here, selling their country down the river for a few shekels more.
The Palestinian one larping as an Irish person should be a wake up call to Irish people. Her sort will become increasingly common and will not treat us with anything like the decency or respect we have extended to them.


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Thank God for John Waters, there is nobody like him left in this country, this is astounding, even moving at times.
He has an ability to articulate what it is to be Irish is on a cultural level.
"I could see the Famine in the way my uncles walked".
Powerful.
Who else would have the wisdom, the awareness, the humbleness and cultural knowledge to be able to describe the genetic imprint of one of Ireland's most horrific chapters, in one poetic statement.
I'm going to forgive him for his negative comments re Germany halfway through(vis a vis WW2), but the rest is outstanding.
Essential viewing.


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Here's a new voice on Irish YouTube, speaking in a very normal everyday way about what's happening.
This is exactly what we need.
I find this video particularly good with the example at the start of the number of Africans coming into the country by ferry across the Irish Sea and not being checked at all as they enter the country at Dun Laoghaire and Rosslare.
I would well believe this story as I have heard similar accounts from others who frequent the port areas.
Hopefully we'll see more Irish people coming forward and gaining confidence from people like this who are unafraid to show their face and name and unapologetically state their opinions about the demographic downfall that is occurring in Ireland:




Here's another video from him, where he talks about his observations in the Coombe (Maternity) Hospital in Dublin.
He says that he only saw one other white couple there for a birth aside from his relation, bascially every other couple or woman present for births was either Black or Brown.
I know this hospital and it is one of the biggest maternity hospitals in the country.
One of the problems too as he mentions in the video is that obviously you cannot go in there and make a video but if it was possible for the average normie to see how many babies are being born to not only non-Irish people but mostly to non-Europeans, they would get a serious wake up call and might even start listening to the likes of us who have been warning people for a few years now of the demographic fate that awaits Europeans, if we just sit idly by and let it happen:


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Fingal, and in particular Balbriggan has the highest birth rate in Ireland
(2016 Census)

I’m surprised Dublin is leading birth rates given how prohibitively expensive it is to live there. What’s home ownership like in the places above ?
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There are a number of Journal.ie articles about the baby boom which never mentions ethnicity of parents but allows commenting. The top voted comments are always saying it wouldn’t be a baby boom were it statistically concerned with the offspring of Irish parents
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There are a number of Journal.ie articles about the baby boom which never mentions ethnicity of parents but allows commenting. The top voted comments are always saying it wouldn’t be a baby boom were it about Irish parents
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Aside from Dublin and it’s commuter belt where would people live? Cork really only started to recover from the recession in the last two years, Limerick still hasn’t recovered and Galway is kind of a dinky tourist town that is more interested in catering for tourists than industry. Aside from that, Ireland is a wasteland, even the supposed boomtowns of the Dublin commuter belt like Naas and Drogheda have very little going on aside from home building for the poor commuters who can’t afford to live within the M50. Jobs are confined to Dublin (and to a much lesser extent Cork and to an even lesser extent Limerick and Galway) so people adjust their lifestyle to the housing difficulties and adapt. Drive away from the cities and away from the coast and see what you find. Aside from a few coastal tourist towns, rural Ireland is dead and it’s not coming back. So I’m not surprised at all that Fingal has the highest birthdate.
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(10-14-2018 01:20 PM)Que enspastic Wrote:  Fingal, and in particular Balbriggan has the highest birth rate in Ireland
(2016 Census)

I’m surprised Dublin is leading birth rates given how prohibitively expensive it is to live there. What’s home ownership like in the places above ?

Not expensive at all if you're not the one footing the bill. I mean, it's still expensive for someone, just not for the intended replacement population. This isn't even the first time these kinds of tactics have been successfully executed on the Irish people. When the British was having problems with rebellious Scots and rebellious Irish, they just transplanted the rebellious Scots to Ireland, where they could fight it out with local Irish for control of the land, instead of either of them fighting the British. You only see divide and conquer used so frequently is because it works so well.


It's a lot easier for a united country to see the true enemy than a bunch of wildly different people (many sworn to enslave or kill the mother inhabitants) that happen to share land, being told that that the natives/newcomers are the source of all their problems.
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(10-14-2018 05:02 PM)Que enspastic Wrote:  There are a number of Journal.ie articles about the baby boom which never mentions ethnicity of parents but allows commenting. The top voted comments are always saying it wouldn’t be a baby boom were it about Irish parents


I think they should use the sarcastic positive talk form the "Ireland Will be Grand" "radio show" and just talk about the huge benefits of the Moroccan baby boom in Ireland, how the economy will be stimulated by all the extra taxes needed to paid to support these non-self supporting immigrants.
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(10-15-2018 03:52 PM)DarkTriad Wrote:  
(10-14-2018 05:02 PM)Que enspastic Wrote:  There are a number of Journal.ie articles about the baby boom which never mentions ethnicity of parents but allows commenting. The top voted comments are always saying it wouldn’t be a baby boom were it about Irish parents


I think they should use the sarcastic positive talk form the "Ireland Will be Grand" "radio show" and just talk about the huge benefits of the Moroccan baby boom in Ireland, how the economy will be stimulated by all the extra taxes needed to paid to support these non-self supporting immigrants.



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