Ireland and Irish Politics / The Irish Situation

amity

Pelican
Gold Member
Thanks @Syberpunk, I have mostly been keeping up to date with the weekly streams from the two lads, although sometimes I don't get seeing them all.
I also had the worst cold I've had in years over the last week or two, does make you think alright whether the constant influx of people coming in unchecked is having an effect (like Critiqued and The Don mention at the start of the stream).
 

griffinmill

Pelican
amity said:
Thanks @Syberpunk, I have mostly been keeping up to date with the weekly streams from the two lads, although sometimes I don't get seeing them all.
I also had the worst cold I've had in years over the last week or two, does make you think alright whether the constant influx of people coming in unchecked is having an effect (like Critiqued and The Don mention at the start of the stream).

Same here. If I catch something it's usually a 24 hour thing, but the cold/flu I experienced there put me in bed for 8 days. I'm still not 100% right. I'm in the north.
 

Syberpunk

Pelican
Gold Member
amity said:
Thanks @Syberpunk, I have mostly been keeping up to date with the weekly streams from the two lads, although sometimes I don't get seeing them all.
I also had the worst cold I've had in years over the last week or two, does make you think alright whether the constant influx of people coming in unchecked is having an effect (like Critiqued and The Don mention at the start of the stream).

I caught the flu too not having not any flu like illness all year even slightly, it was the exact same moment I broke my ketogenic diet around the 27th December and I put down to that, but then I heard Critiqued mention it and it was a bit eerie alright.

Gemma O'Doherty (who I'm very pleasantly surprised by) the last while is a good listen as well.

Its important to take a break from all it to, for your mental health/outlook.
 

amity

Pelican
Gold Member
Comprehensive breakdown of the suicidal 'Project Ireland 2040' plan from Stefan.
This is a really good overview in general and the stats it brings are indisputable, however Stef is focussing too much on 'third world immigrants' in my opinion with very little reference to the arguably more pressing problem of open door EU migration and particularly those who've come in large numbers from Eastern Europe.
This has depressed wages, helped drive up house prices and rents and put pressure on housing lists, hospital waiting lists, etc
There's also the constant references to 'white people' which isn't that helpful really as we just think of ourselves as 'Irish' rather than referring to ourselves as 'White' so much.
There's a lot to get through in this, so am not going to specifically pull any info out of it, but if you're Irish or living in Ireland and care about the future of this island, I strongly urge you to go through this presentation in full.
Note that there are one or two minor errors in the presentation, eg: the Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has one Irish parent and one Indian (not two Indian parents as Stefan says).
You can find the full sources of the statistics here: www.fdrurl.com/Ireland2040
 

SlickyBoy

Hummingbird
Why would house prices go up if income was going down? Seems counterintuitive unless maybe you are suggesting outsiders are buying up real estate as investments.

I know an Irish guy in his forties who's the biggest cuck I've ever seen. Votes left, and as expected thought it was great when abortion laws were recently relaxed and tweeted all over the place about it.

He's also morbidly obese, so maybe in his map of reality this development will somehow loosen up local women and help him get laid. Of course it won't.

I seriously hope he's not representative of the average Irish guy nowadays because if he is, the writing is on the wall.
 

amity

Pelican
Gold Member
SlickyBoy said:
Why would house prices go up if income was going down? Seems counterintuitive unless maybe you are suggesting outsiders are buying up real estate as investments.

I know an Irish guy in his forties who's the biggest cuck I've ever seen. Votes left, and as expected thought it was great when abortion laws were recently relaxed and tweeted all over the place about it.

He's also morbidly obese, so maybe in his map of reality this development will somehow loosen up local women and help him get laid. Of course it won't.

I seriously hope he's not representative of the average Irish guy nowadays because if he is, the writing is on the wall.

It's supply and demand.
With our open border to the EU, we have circa a thousand extra people per week in the country (including births), all of these people need to be housed.
More people in the country means there is more demand for the existing housing supply, hence you get increasing rents and house prices.
More competition for a scarce resource, drives up the cost of that resource, and the fact that there's not enough housing for the existing population, drives up the price even more.
Rents have sky rocketed in Ireland in recent years, driven by a combination of constant immigration and a limited amount of new houses/apartments having been built in the last ten years.

As for that Irish lad you know, unfortunately there's many like him, particularly in urban areas.
 

Syberpunk

Pelican
Gold Member
Could you imagine hacking the State Broadcaster RTE for 2 hours and playing this video so they couldn't shut the signal. We need a Ross Perot graph moment, where not miss have to pick up the pieces of their minds after its blown.

There is more journalism going on in this video presentation than a decades worth of Irish media.

It's like two different worlds I have to live in.

Thousands of hours of coverage of Brexit to rock editing on Prime Time (cringy as fuck) the only time normies see numbers is the damn national Budget essentially.
 

Teedub

Crow
Gold Member
The Don and a few others joined Morgoth for a chat a while ago about that horrid Ireland 2040 globalist project. It's a good listen.
 

debeguiled

Peacock
Gold Member
So we all understand that Ireland has been dragged into the modern feminist world nightmare. This is undeniable.

But how in God's name have they now passed everyone by and are leading the charge?

And who in God's name is this guy?

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Because whoever he is, he seems to have some pull in Quaint Oul Donegal and is now pushing for maternity leave with full pay for women who have had abortions!

https://www.independent.ie/irish-ne...e-time-off-work-for-abortion-td-37870705.html

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And as for our so called Irish forum members:

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DarkTriad

Ostrich
Gold Member
Que enspastic said:
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.

Yeah, it must be costing the host population and arm and a leg to support the replacement population. Look on the bright side, the cost contribute to the native population not being able to afford to breed.
 

Syberpunk

Pelican
Gold Member
debeguiled said:
So we all understand that Ireland has been dragged into the modern feminist world nightmare. This is undeniable.

But how in God's name have they now passed everyone by and are leading the charge?

And who in God's name is this guy?

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Because whoever he is, he seems to have some pull in Quaint Oul Donegal and is now pushing for maternity leave with full pay for women who have had abortions!

https://www.independent.ie/irish-ne...e-time-off-work-for-abortion-td-37870705.html

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And as for our so called Irish forum members:

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E Michael Jones (who I'm impressed they got on) said they saw Ireland as a trophy head like Poland, a small unusually strong Christian nation. What they wanted to say "If we could pull it off here of all places, there is nothing that can stop us".


Also as an aside, all this Brexit deluge the last two years, is to soften people for a 2nd vote (which was always the intention), both people Ireland and the UK under constant needling mental assault about it.
 

debeguiled

Peacock
Gold Member
That's it. I'm moving to Ireland, transitioning to a female, and then starting a campaign that says only biological women can be women.

If you can't beat them, join them.

I will be the earth's first Astro-Terf.
 

Syberpunk

Pelican
Gold Member
debeguiled said:
And who in God's name is this guy?

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Because whoever he is, he seems to have some pull in Quaint Oul Donegal and is now pushing for maternity leave with full pay for women who have had abortions!

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amity

Pelican
Gold Member
Here's a young fellow who's been making some excellent videos of late on Ireland's situation.
This one is outstanding, even if it's conclusion is not very hopeful, nonetheless his analysis of our present malaise and what got us there, is unparalleled.

He was also on Mark Collett's show recently and provided some really perceptive and informative assessments of Nationalism apropos Ireland (useful in particular for Americans, many who still think Sinn Féin are Nationalist, rather than the rabidly left wing anti-Irish rabble they are today).
 

Syberpunk

Pelican
Gold Member
amity said:
Here's a young fellow who's been making some excellent videos of late on Ireland's situation.
This one is outstanding, even if it's conclusion is not very hopeful, nonetheless his analysis of our present malaise and what got us there, is unparalleled.

He was also on Mark Collett's show recently and provided some really perceptive and informative assessments of Nationalism apropos Ireland (useful in particular for Americans, many who still think Sinn Féin are Nationalist, rather than the rabidly left wing anti-Irish rabble they are today).

By far, the most outstanding person I've seen on this scene in Ireland. I watched that video of his too and it shows even if things were go to the way we'd like it in the western world, it wouldn't necessarily last because the foundation it would be built on is shaky at best. Depressing how neo liberalism incorporates makes itself stronger the other opposing sides.

You don't get this kind of verbal fluency and education as a product from the Irish education system, he has done it all on his own!
 

fmman

Robin
It saddens me to see the decline of Ireland away from its roots. If you surf along to boards.ie politics section and try and post anything even questioning the liberal far left policies you will banned quicker than you can say mass child graves in Tuam.

RTE news, Newstalk news and just about all irish news is biased far left and a mouthpiece of the EU, never putting in the other view for balance. Since that idiot Leo has been in charge we have had gay marriage and abortion legalised. You now can't drink a drop, its zero tolerance and the Gards are out doing checks in the middle of nowhere late at night or first thing in the morning!

Give it 10 more years and I think it will be nearly as bad as England
 
They want to remove all cars from the roads in Ireland, and put the people in fucking pods to live in. Agenda 21 proto-experiment on a living population full of people whose blood beckons them to resist but whose minds cannot be swayed. God have mercy on these socialist assholes, for I would not.
 
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