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Frances McGinnity of the ESRI being interviewed about the results of a 2017 study (released yesterday) from the ESRI & the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission which has shown that half of Irish people oppose black people coming to Ireland.

When asked directly, 66% said they were in favour of black immigration, however when their answers were allowed to remain anonymous this drops to 51%.

A similar trend was shown on attitudes to Islamic immigration. Publicly 59% were in favour, privately 53% were in favour.

Among people with a third-level education, 27% do not support black people coming to Ireland but conceal it and 22% conceal negativity towards Muslims coming to Ireland.

While the 18-49 year-olds are much more supportive than those aged 50 and over when asked about black immigration – 59% to 40% – the concealing of negative views is more prevalent among the younger demographic than the older – 19% to 11%.

There are no age differences in anonymously expressed support for Muslims coming to Ireland with 53% in each age group supportive of this.

The survey also revealed that 21% of men conceal negative opinions towards more black people coming to Ireland, compared with just 10% of women.

"Hidden Versus Revealed Attitudes: A List Experiment on Support for Minorities in Ireland"
https://www.esri.ie/system/files/publications/BKMNEXT372_1.pdf

"Only half of Irish people support more Muslims coming to Ireland"
https://www.irishexaminer.com/news/arid-40023635.html

Broadcast: Kfm Radio, 29/07/2020.

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One from the archives. Áine ní Chonaill of the Immigration Control Platform debates the Direct provision and asylum system on Tonight with Vincent Browne. Vincent loses the plot at 23:00.

Ní Chonaill was one of the first people in Ireland to mount resistance against mass immigration into the country. She was the founder and Public relations officer of the Immigration Control Platform (ICP).

She stood in Cork South-West in the 1997 general election as an independent on an anti-immigration platform, winning 0.84% of the first-preference vote. The election came early in the Celtic Tiger economic boom when asylum seekers and immigrants started coming to the country in larger numbers. ICP was founded at a meeting organised by Ní Chonaill in Ennis on 13 January 1998. The meeting was disrupted by anti-racism activists, and the venues of later ICP conferences was not disclosed in advance:
https://imgur.com/a/deDUdTc

In 2003 Ní Chonaill along with then-chairman John Oakes attended a discussion on immigration at the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Justice, Equality, Defence and Women's Rights. Ní Chonaill felt that a January 2003 Supreme Court decision, which permitted deportation of illegal immigrants with Irish-born children, did not go far enough. ICP supported the successful 2004 referendum which restricted citizenship by birth, a practice ICP said encouraged birth tourism by pregnant illegal immigrants. Ní Chonaill and Ted Neville of ICP spoke at the Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality on 1 April 2015. During this hearing, Labour TD Anne Ferris was made to withdraw a comment comparing ICP's views to Auschwitz.

ICP Electoral Results:
2002 Áine Ní Chonaill General Dublin South-Central 2.1%
2002 Ted Neville General Cork South Central 0.67%
2004 Pat Talbot Local Dublin City Council, Cabra 1.65%
2004 Ted Neville Local Cork City Council, South Central 1.44%
2007 Pat Talbot General Dublin Central 0.69%
2007 John Donnelly General Dublin North 0.52%
2007 Ted Neville General Cork South Central 1.36%
2009 Pat Talbot By-election Dublin Central 2.16%
2011 Ted Neville General Cork South Central 0.82%

"Joe Duffy tells Áine ní Chonaill that we don't own Ireland"
https://www.bitchute.com/video/-jaXSrPGdwc/

Website:
http://www.immigrationcontrol.org/

Broadcast: Tonight with Vincent Browne, TV3, 2015/2016.

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One for the archives. Debate about Ireland accepting refugees featuring columnist Ian O'Doherty, actor Liam Cunningham and the National Party's James Reynolds. Aodhán Ó Ríordáin had heart palpitations following the debate, writing a complaint to RTÉ about the programme.

“I am appalled, dumbfounded, outraged and indeed absolutely livid at what I have witnessed on my television screen this evening.”
https://www.joe.ie/news/pic-the-letter-sent-by-an-outraged-aodhan-o-riordain-to-rte-following-claire-byrne-live-570708

"Don't give 'racists' a platform!"
https://www.bitchute.com/video/IMxNylBgolHJ/

Broadcast: Claire Byrne Live, RTÉ One, 12/12/2016.

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One from the archives. Áine ní Chonaill of the Immigration Control Platform holds her own against a weighted panel on the issue of direct provision and the asylum process. Stephen O'Leary makes highly selective tweets at 13:42.

Ní Chonaill was one of the first people in Ireland to mount resistance against mass immigration into the country. She was the founder and Public relations officer of the Immigration Control Platform (ICP).

She stood in Cork South-West in the 1997 general election as an independent on an anti-immigration platform, winning 0.84% of the first-preference vote. The election came early in the Celtic Tiger economic boom when asylum seekers and immigrants started coming to the country in larger numbers. ICP was founded at a meeting organised by Ní Chonaill in Ennis on 13 January 1998. The meeting was disrupted by anti-racism activists, and the venues of later ICP conferences was not disclosed in advance:
https://imgur.com/a/deDUdTc

In 2003 Ní Chonaill along with then-chairman John Oakes attended a discussion on immigration at the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Justice, Equality, Defence and Women's Rights. Ní Chonaill felt that a January 2003 Supreme Court decision, which permitted deportation of illegal immigrants with Irish-born children, did not go far enough. ICP supported the successful 2004 referendum which restricted citizenship by birth, a practice ICP said encouraged birth tourism by pregnant illegal immigrants. Ní Chonaill and Ted Neville of ICP spoke at the Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality on 1 April 2015. During this hearing, Labour TD Anne Ferris was made to withdraw a comment comparing ICP's views to Auschwitz.

ICP Electoral Results:
2002 Áine Ní Chonaill General Dublin South-Central 2.1%
2002 Ted Neville General Cork South Central 0.67%
2004 Pat Talbot Local Dublin City Council, Cabra 1.65%
2004 Ted Neville Local Cork City Council, South Central 1.44%
2007 Pat Talbot General Dublin Central 0.69%
2007 John Donnelly General Dublin North 0.52%
2007 Ted Neville General Cork South Central 1.36%
2009 Pat Talbot By-election Dublin Central 2.16%
2011 Ted Neville General Cork South Central 0.82%

"Joe Duffy tells Áine ní Chonaill that we don't own Ireland"
https://www.bitchute.com/video/-jaXSrPGdwc/

Website:
http://www.immigrationcontrol.org/

Broadcast: Tonight with Vincent Browne, TV3, 10/09/2015.

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Kevin Myers' appearance on the Late Late Show in 2007 talking about the danger that mass immigration poses to Ireland. This was removed from Youtube by RTÉ and the video here had to be cobbled together from unsympathetic tweets from Newsworthy.ie. Some parts were missing. Nothing could be done about the quality.

Excerpts from Kevin's article mentioned in the video, "The problem isn't racism, it's the tidal wave of immigrants":

"No country has ever accepted, never mind assimilated, the volumes of foreigners now present in this state. We have some 400,000 legal immigrants; but everyone knows that the army of illegals, especially Africans and Chinese, is vast, and probably tops 200,000. In all, Ireland has received at least 600,000 immigrants, most of them within the past five years. It could be many more. No one has the least idea.

In the US, such immigration would translate into an inward population movement of 45 million. In the UK, the figure would be nine million. Needless to say, neither state would be so idiotic or feckless as allow such vast numbers to enter.

Only Ireland would be so idiotic and so morally lethargic as to allow such massive inward population movements.

And of course, we haven't got the resources to cope with the consequences of such an influx. But worse than our lack of resources, is our lack of courage in confronting the issue.

We do not have policies, but inept evasiveness: and perhaps worst of all, we have a posturing gallery of home-grown jackanapes ready to shriek "racism" wherever and whenever they see that things are not going quite the way that immigrants want.

Thus, on any discussion on RTE, especially from its newsroom, immigrants are never held responsible for choosing to come here. Instead, we hear endless complaints that Irish institutions had not prepared themselves properly for their arrival.

On the News at One on Monday, African after African in Balbriggan complained there were no places for their children in the existing local schools.

Not once was the question posed: what was the real reason for the Africans not having places in schools? Answer: they'd only just come here.

Instead, Africans who were just off the boat were allowed to accuse us of racism for not having school places awaiting their children.

There's also the Paddy- factor in all this. It's impossible for any outsider to understand that this state is almost pathologically incapable of planning anything.

This is the land of the Red Cow Roundabout and motorways without service stations, rest-stops or toilets. So how could we be expected seven years ago to have planned school-building projects in north county Dublin for Africans as yet unborn?

If blaming ourselves for our failure to plan for Africa's educational needs were not fatuous enough, some poor spokeswoman from the Catholic archdiocese of Dublin had to defend the Catholic Church against an RTE journalist's accusations of bigotry.

Naturally, in this unprincipled liberal Ireland, for the Catholic Church to insist that Catholic schools have a primary duty to educate Catholics is nowadays both racist and sectarian.

But of course, no one on RTE would ever dream of proposing that Islamic madrasahs should take in Jewish, Catholic or Hindu pupils: in the new Ireland, the only people who are expected to bend their own rules are the Irish Catholic majority.

Accompanying this presumption is the pious and all-prevalent dogma that immigrants will on arrival abandon ancient loyalties, and will promptly don a Hibernian mantle: hence the brainless cliche, wittered endlessly by journalists and politicians alike, "the New Irish".

Sorry. This is conceited gibberish. Why would a Pole surrender something which the Polish people have fought for a thousand years to retain?

Why the presumption that an Asian Muslim who lives in Ireland is in any way Irish?

My mother lived most of her life in England, but never for a second thought of herself as English.

The media should be asking the big question, 'Why are we still admitting hundreds of thousands of immigrants?'

Instead, we are obsessing with the relatively trivial question of: Are the Irish people, who after all have admitted vast armies of strangers to their national home, racist?

This is self-hatred at its most pathetic, and its most self-defeating.

Whether Irish people are "racist" is irrelevant. We have created a society whose apparent cohesiveness is totally dependent on immigration-fuelled economic growth. That growth must one day come to an end.

Then what, in Darndale, Coolock, or even Balbriggan?"

https://www.independent.ie/opinion/columnists/kevin-myers/the-problem-isnt-racism-its-the-tidal-wave-of-immigrants-26448165.html

"Irish are lost for words over thorny issue of immigration"
https://www.independent.ie/opinion/columnists/kevin-myers/irish-are-lost-for-words-over-thorny-issue-of-immigration-26323895.html

Deputy leader of the National Party, James Reynolds, debating mass immigration into Longford back during the general campaign in January. Reynolds wound up getting 983 1st preference votes (1.7% of total) in the Longford-Westmeath constituency:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Longford%E2%80%93Westmeath_(D%C3%A1il_constituency)#2020_general_election

"Longford to be mixed race county by 2050"
https://www.longfordleader.ie/news/home/280520/longford-to-be-mixed-race-county-by-2050.html

Broadcast: Shannon Side Radio, 31/01/2020.

Speech given by John Waters to the Iona Institute in June 2016. His topic was ‘Ireland and the End of Debate’.

In a wide-ranging address he described how the range of acceptable opinion in Ireland has become narrower and narrower over time.

He said that rather than helping to open up debate, the media have largely been complicit in narrowing the terms of debates often through allowing voices that dissent from the secular, liberal consensus to be demonised. He said the 2015 gay marriage debate very much illustrated that.

Video footage of the referendum campaign on Irish entry into the forerunner of the EU, the Common Market / European Economic Community.

As Ireland’s accession to the EEC required a change in the Constitution, a referendum was held on 10 May 1972. The Fianna Fáil government and Fine Gael called for a ‘Yes’ vote. The Labour Party, trade unions and Sinn Féin campaigned for a ‘No’ vote. Turnout in the referendum was 70.9 % and the result was an overwhelming 83.1% result for the ‘Yes’ campaign.

Given the apparent benefits Ireland would accrue on accession, it was generally accepted that the ‘Yes’ side would win. Nevertheless Anthony Coughlan of the Common Market Defence Campaign was unhappy with the result, saying the electorate had believed the "Lies, propaganda and the false statements that have been so widely disseminated by the government and Fine Gael over the last few months."

As well as parties represented in the Oireachtas, accession was also supported by employers' and farmers' interest groups. President Éamon de Valera privately opposed the state's entry and voted 'no', citing the loss of sovereignty.

The United Irishman newspaper opposed the state's entry. Official Sinn Féin opposed the entry, citing anti-imperialism and calling the EC a "rich man's club". Provisional Sinn Féin also opposed the entry, saying it would undermine Irish sovereignty and that the "Common Market Empire would threaten Irish ownership of Irish land".

One wonders whether the Irish people would have voted so overwhelmingly in favour of membership if they could have seen what has become of the EU and Irish sovereignty today?

"Third Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland"
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Third_Amendment_of_the_Constitution_of_Ireland

National Party leader Justin Barrett's comments in opposition to a direct provision centre in Borrisokane being aired on RTÉ back in November 2019. Barrett wasn't invited onto the programme at the time. Claire Byrne wrote a hostile article about Barrett before the show "Have we forgotten how the Irish used to be treated abroad?", in which she said the following:

"Justin Barrett’s party wants to deport all immigrants living in Ireland. He himself has spoken at rallies held by Nazi sympathisers and Italian fascists. He believes that a woman’s place is in the home, that they are better at minding children than men and should not do heavy manual labour.

The question those who object to direct provision must answer is: What exactly are you objecting to? Are you truly worried about the deficiencies of the direct provision system? Are you genuinely concerned about the pressure on local services? Or do you subscribe to the far-right view of Ireland and the Irish put forward by Justin Barrett and his National Party?

There is plenty of debate around whether people like Justin Barrett should be heard on national media. Is the best way to deal with them not to give them a voice? If you give them a platform, that could be seen as providing them with an opportunity to spread the hate and venom that they promote.

We have thought long and hard about this on Claire Byrne Live. With the direct provision protests now spreading by the week, we have decided that it is important for everyone to hear what those far-right groups who infiltrate communities actually stand for. That is why we have decided to broadcast a recording of Justin Barrett speaking at the meeting in Borrisokane."

"JUSTIN BARRETT: "THIS IS IRELAND. THE IRISH PEOPLE'S HOME" | SEÁN MONCREIFF SHOW (18NOV16)"
https://www.bitchute.com/video/pViPe15Mbp8Q/

"Have we forgotten how the Irish used to be treated abroad?"
https://www.rte.ie/news/claire-byrne-live/2019/1101/1088136-claire-byrne-asylum-seekers/

Broadcast: Claire Byrne Live, RTÉ One, 4th of November 2019.

This was Niamh Purcell speaking on the Vincent Browne show where she was complaining about Ian O'Doherty's performance on a debate about refugees on RTÉ, as well as about Justin Barrett being interviewed on a few radio shows following the cancelled launch of The National Party.

"The letter sent by an "appalled" and "outraged" Aodhán Ó Ríordáin to RTÉ following last night's Claire Byrne Live"
https://twitter.com/AodhanORiordain/status/808681010238001157/photo/1

Claire Byrne debate in which O'Doherty took part:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/gUq9LLn7fHQi/

Justin Barrett interview:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/pViPe15Mbp8Q/

Broadcast: Tonight with Vincent Browne, December 2016.

Justin Barrett interviewed following the cancelled launch of The National Party at the Merrion Hotel in Dublin back in 2016.

I'll try and upload some more of the older videos like this one that were previously on Youtube before my channel was terminated.

"Dublin hotel cancels launch of new extreme right-wing party which had been planned for tomorrow"
https://www.thejournal.ie/the-national-party-merrion-hotel-3084352-Nov2016/

Broadcast: Seán Moncreiff Show, Newstalk, 18th November 2016.

The Irish regime has gone into overdrive condemning supposed racism in Irish society following the death of one black man across the Atlanic Ocean. Caretaker Taoiseach Leo Varadkar told Pat Kenny that the next government should focus on rooting out racism and making sure that people from ethnic minority backgrounds are better represented in the public service.

No mention in the MSM of course about the violent hateful attack by African thugs on a young Irish lad in Limerick:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsRCXw-Zh6c

The anti-Irish Times has run articles from young black people in Ireland about how Irish people with their "white previelege" have never had to think about racism in their country. In one article, Boni Odoemene (25), former DIT Students’ Union president, told The Irish Times the following:

“When I was 11 I was called n***r for the first time and had to ask my dad what the word meant. When I was 20 a guy called me a black b*****d on the street and no one passing by said anything. What’s struck with me the most is Irish people were surprised to hear this; they say they ‘literally had no clue’. This is the personification of white privilege; white Irish people have never had to think or talk about this.”

While racist police brutality is not a problem in Ireland, Garda “micro-aggressions” towards people of colour happen all the time, says Odoemene, who now works at the University of Birmingham. “I never had any issues with guards growing up but as I became a man I noticed how they approached me differently compared to white friends.”

Amanda Adé, who spoke outside the US embassy at Monday’s protest, says racism has been “programmed into people’s consciousness” and that many Irish are “blissfully ignorant” of their prejudices towards people of colour.

People need to learn to call out racist remarks and not “brush them off as banter”, says Adé. “It’s great the black Irish community finally has the courage to step up. It helps people realise racism is real and brings it beyond what’s going on in America. It brings it home to Ireland.”

‘White Irish people have never had to think about this’
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/white-irish-people-have-never-had-to-think-about-this-1.4271935

"'Ethnic diversity matters' in Irish classrooms"
https://www.rte.ie/news/2020/0605/1145786-diversity-in-education/

'Just because the gardaí are not kneeling on necks does not mean there's no racism in Ireland'
https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/just-because-the-gardai-are-not-kneeling-on-necks-does-not-mean-theres-no-racism-in-ireland-39264378.html

"Hello, White Irish Person! Here's how to upgrade from being an ally, to being an accomplice."
https://gcn.ie/hello-white-irish-person-upgrade-ally-accomplice/

Broadcast: Virgin Media One, 05/06/2020.

Following the death of one black man across the Atlantic Ocean, Irish politicians, media personalities, celebrities, "influencers" and racial grievance mongers are all now waxing lyrical about racial injustice in America and the need to tackle "systemic racism" in Irish society. Some politicians called for the end of direct provision. Others called for more diversity in education. The pro-immigration NGOs are calling for a new national action plan on racism and the introduction of hate crime legislation without delay. Is it any wonder the country is going down the swanney with these traitors running the show?

"Leo Varadkar criticises Donald Trump over 'absence of moral leadership' in response to US protests"
https://www.independent.ie/world-news/north-america/president-trump/leo-varadkar-criticises-donald-trump-over-absence-of-moral-leadership-in-response-to-us-protests-39259802.html

"Poor levels of diversity in Irish public life, Immigrant Council warns"
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/poor-levels-of-diversity-in-irish-public-life-immigrant-council-warns-1.4270924

"Irish Lives Matter: The Government Have Abdicated Moral Authority"
https://nationalparty.ie/irish-lives-matter-the-government-have-abdicated-moral-authority/

"Racial grievance expert Dr. Ebun Joseph tells Joe Duffy that she isn't a fan of her parody account"
https://www.bitchute.com/video/2kAlAw7kxtHL/

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A failed Albanian asylum seeker who was granted leave to remain in the state and subsequently became an Irish citizen, has become the first person in Ireland to be convicted for providing false and misleading information in the process of applying for Irish citizenship.

Emri Bardhoshi pleaded guilty to breaching Section 29A of the Irish Nationality and Citizen Act at Mullingar Circuit Court.

He pleaded guilty to a breach of the Passport Act 2008 by using similar information to falsely obtain Irish passports for himself and his three Irish-born children aged four to seven years. His oldest child, an eight-year-old boy, was born in Albania and holds an Albanian passport.

Bardhoshi came to Ireland in the back of lorry in 2001 claiming he was a Kosovan fleeing war in the Balkans.

Det Garda Derek Thompson of the Garda National Immigration Bureau said Bardhoshi had presented himself as Islihat Doli, a Kosovan, five years younger than his real age on his arrival in Ireland 19 years ago.

Judge Keenan Johnson said it was an unusual prosecution and one that he had never come across before. He said the whole process of applying for citizenship was built on integrity honesty and trust but Bardhoshi's actions had undermined the cornerstone of the whole system.

Broadcast: RTÉ Six One News, 15/05/2020.

"Takeaway owner admits using false identity as Kosovan refugee to obtain Irish passports"
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/courts/circuit-court/takeaway-owner-admits-using-false-identity-as-kosovan-refugee-to-obtain-irish-passports-1.4254555

"Asylum Seekers from Albania and Georgia largest group entering Ireland in 2018"
http://www.thetricolour.com/Articles/183/News/politics/Asylum-Seekers-from-Albania-and-Georgia-largest-group-entering-Ireland-in-2018/l4521388/

"80% of failed asylum seekers stay"
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/80-of-failed-asylum-seekers-stay-5l5nk52cs

Minister for Health Simon Harris has apologised for claiming that there were ’18 other coronaviruses’ before COVID-19.

The WHO coined the official name COVID-19 to identify the strain of coronavirus causing the current pandemic on February 11, which had previously been known as 2019 novel coronavirus.

As such, ’19’ refers to the year in which the virus was identified, rather than numbering the current disease as the 19th strain of the virus.

On Wednesday morning, Mr Harris appeared on the 2FM Breakfast Show hosted by Doireann Garrihy and Eoghan McDermott, stating:

"Remember this is Coronavirus Covid-19. That means there’s been eighteen other coronaviruses and I don’t think they’ve actually successfully found a vaccine for any."

Harris then took to twitter to apologise for the "awful boo-boo".

"Watch: ‘I made an awful boo-boo’ — Simon Harris apologises for inaccurate coronavirus comment"
https://extra.ie/2020/04/22/news/irish-news/i-made-an-awful-boo-boo-simon-harris-apologises-for-claiming-there-have-been-18-other-coronaviruses

Broadcast: 2FM Breakfast with Doireann and Eoghan, 22/04/2020.

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An investigation is under way into the large gathering in support of John Waters and Gemma O'Doherty at the Four Courts in Dublin city centre yesterday.

The group gathered for the High Court challenge by the former journalists against the restrictions imposed by the Government in response to Covid-19.

Gardaí said they attended the scene and asked the group to disperse because of concerns over adherence to the Government instructions on non-essential journeys and social distancing.

Garda headquarters said all persons were asked to disperse, a number of people initially failed to comply and the names of some of those present were taken "along with other evidence".

Gardaí also said the group eventually dispersed and no arrests were made, but "investigations are continuing".

The court service has strongly criticised the gathering "in large numbers" which it said endangered gardaí, court staff, court users, and the people themselves.

Broadcast: RTÉ Six One News, 22/04/2020.

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Minister for Health Simon Harris has signed regulations to give the Gardaí unprecedented powers to enforce the Coronavirus/Covid-19 lockdown. As a result, between now and Sunday night, Gardaí can arrest and detain anyone who refuses to comply with the regulations. Defendants will face a maximum prison term of up to six months and a fine of up to €2,500 on conviction.

The regulations are based on the guidelines issued by the Government two weeks ago. Anyone exercising more than 2km from their home or with people from outside their household will be in breach. Anyone travelling beyond 2km for non-essential reasons will also be in breach. People can travel for a variety of other reasons. These include essential shopping, medical and veterinarian appointments, funerals, court dates and court mandated child visitation.

The Gardaí have never been given such sweeping powers before. Since 1947, the Government has had the power to grant the Garda and health authorities somewhat similar powers to limit the spread of tuberculosis but these were never enacted. Even at the time of the Emergency during World War two, a period when the Government had the power of censorship and internment without trial, there were no comparable restrictions on movement.

"Let’s face it: These new Garda powers are absurd"
https://gript.ie/lets-face-it-these-new-garda-powers-are-absurd/

"Make gardaí aware of Covid-19 rule breaches - Garda Commissioner"
https://www.rte.ie/news/coronavirus/2020/0408/1129218-coronavirus-legislation/

"Minister for Health Simon Harris signs regulations to give An Garda Síochána the power to enforce Covid-19 restrictions"
https://www.gov.ie/en/press-release/e9d120-minister-for-health-simon-harris-signs-regulations-to-give-an-garda-/

Broadcast: RTÉ One News, 08/04/2020.

The process of handing Ireland away continues with yet more citizenship ceremonies in Killarney. 5,000 foreign nationals were granted Irish citizenship today and yesterday. The new citizens come from 135 separate countries. Here’s the totals for the top 10 countries:

United Kingdom – 982
Poland – 715
Romania – 496
India – 370
Nigeria – 201
Brazil – 171
Latvia – 138
Philippines 137
China – 113
USA – 113

It was mentioned in the news report that 132,000 people from 180 countries have become new citizens since 2011.

The ceremonies are being held following a Court of Appeal decision last November, which clarified the law in relation to residency requirements for citizenship candidates (Residency law became more lax). An earlier High Court decision had led to the postponement of ceremonies for the latter half of 2019.

To become a citizen of Ireland, a foreign national must have 5 years reckonable residence out of the last 9 years, and if their application is successful will pay about €1000.

On March 2nd at the first ceremony, the Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan, welcomed the new citizens, noting that the day will be a milestone in their lives:

"The possibilities opened up to you in Ireland today are almost limitless; perhaps one day, you or a child or grandchild of yours, could be up here as a Government Minister, or as a Judge, or perhaps the President of Ireland."

On March 3rd at the second ceremony, presided over by Minister of State for Equality, Immigration and Integration David Stanton, retired Circuit Court Judge Paddy McMahon said the following (16:27):

"As new citizens you will contribute to the creation of a new inclusive and diverse society. In bringing your culture and traditions and unique experiences to this country and joining them with ours you redefine what it means to be Irish and you will enrich our national life."

Broadcast: RTÉ Six One News, 02/03/2020.

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Eurosceptic Michael Fitzmaurice is re-elected as an Independent TD in Roscommon-Galway on the first count with 13,077 1st preference votes, 28.67% of the total.

Fitzmaurice is one of the few voices in the Dáil who speaks against the Green Climate Change agenda. He voted against repeal of the Eight Amendment.

Paul Hanley of The National Party received 319 votes in this constituency, 0.70% of the total.

#GE2020

Broadcast: RTÉ Election Special 09/02/2020.

The National Party's radio broadcast read by Rebecca Barrett and aired on RTÉ Radio One today.

#GE2020

Broadcast: RTÉ Radio One, 03/02/2020.

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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has confirmed that the Irish General Election will take place on the 8th of February.

Broadcast: RTÉ One News, 14/01/2020.

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Fine Gael have officially deselected Wexford by-election candidate Verona Murphy over her comments about security concerns around illegal migrants entering the country. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said that Murphy had caused "reputational damage" to Fine Gael, and that her comments were "very wrong and very hurtful to some of our migrant communities".

Murphy spoke to Ivan Yates on Newstalk and to South East Radio about how a media ban was placed on her by Fine Gael in the final days of the Wexford by-election campaign:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/wy1U8nbSaQRZ/

In those interviews she reiterated the need for greater security checks about people entering Ireland. "Am I not allowed to raise the security issues these unrestricted migrants bring?". "Do we have to wait to have a London bridge incident on Wexford Bridge?"

Following her comments on South East Radio, Minister for Health Simon Harris said “The decision to deselect her is looking better by the moment. I think anybody who engages in stoking what I believe are to be unfounded racist fears has no place in the Fine Gael party. I thought the comments this morning… gave a great insight perhaps into why it’s best that she’s been deselected.”

Murphy responded on Newstalk: “Well, I think what you have there is probably one of the worst Ministers for Health. He’ll probably go down in history deflecting from his own ineptitude. I don’t know if it warrants a comment."

Verona Murphy has said she will decide by mid-January whether she will run as an independent candidate at the next general election. She got 9,543 1st preferences votes in the Wexford by-election.

"Verona Murphy: 'Do we have to wait for a London Bridge incident on Wexford Bridge?'"
https://www.thejournal.ie/verona-murphy-interview-4941168-Dec2019/

"‘Silenced’ Verona Murphy may run as Independent candidate"
https://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/ireland/silenced-verona-murphy-may-run-as-independent-candidate-971532.html

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A retired member of An Garda Síochána has been arrested on suspicion of bribery over fraudulent immigration applications. The man in his sixties, is suspected of taking bribes from a “fixer” who brought applicants in large numbers to his Garda station in the Western Region to have their forms stamped. The applications were from Indian and Pakistani applicants.

The garda allegedly stamped documents certifying the applicants had submitted the relevant documents required to gain permission to reside and work in the country.

The irregularities first came to light two years ago and the man has since retired from the Garda. According to the Irish Daily Mail, which first reported on the investigation earlier this year, the man has already been interviewed by detectives.

The man was arrested on Wednesday morning by gardaí from the Roscommon/Longford Division who were assisted by an investigative team from the Garda National Immigration Bureau and officials from the Department of Justice. He is being held under Section Four of the Criminal Justice Act 1984 and can be questioned for up to 24 hours.

It is understood the man may have fraudulently stamped forms for several hundred people before the matter came to light. The ex-garda is suspected to have taken large sums of money - possibly several thousand euro per form – from a Pakistani fixer who is believed to be part of a criminal group involved in sophisticated immigration fraud in Ireland and other countries.

The immigrants entered the country on student visas and sought permission to stay on after those expired.

The alleged scam came to light when officials noticed an unusually high number of forms were being stamped by the same garda in a county which does not have a particularly high population of non-nationals.

Officials have since been reviewing every application signed by the ex-garda in the last five years and attempting to track down the immigrants concerned. Some have been located but many are thought to have already left the country. As many as 1,000 applications may be affected.

"Ex-garda arrested on suspicion of bribery over fraudulent immigration applications"
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/ex-garda-arrested-on-suspicion-of-bribery-over-fraudulent-immigration-applications-1.4112090

Broadcast: RTÉ Six One News, 11/12/2019.

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A UN delegate is stunned at the number of NGOs in Ireland screwing the Irish taxpayer in the racial grievance sector. This was at a UN meeting in Geneva this month where the state was taken to task over it's supposed failure to effectively combat "racism" in Irish society. Minister for Direct Plantation David Stanton and a large number of NGOs were in attendance, including Ireland's favourite Black Studies professor, Dr. Ebun Joseph.

An extraordinary amount of bollocks was spoken at the meeting. Salome Mbugua, a researcher, gender equality activist and human rights advocate with the Irish Human Rights and Equality Network said: "Ireland has always been a diverse society, linguistically, ethnically and religiously. Diversity is at the core of what it means to be Irish".

The meeting concluded on Friday 13th of December with the UN calling for Ireland to adopt a new national action plan against racism and to phase out direct provision as part of a series of recommendations to end racial discrimination.

The UN committee expressed concern about “gaps” in existing anti-racial discrimination, particularly the State’s failure to renew its national action plan against racism since 2008 and the disbandment of the National Consultative Committee on Racism and Interculturalism.

It called for the Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill to be enacted “expeditiously” and said acts of hate speech committed by politicians should be effectively investigated and prosecuted.

The committee warned of a “high incidence of racial profiling by gardaí” and called for legislation to prohibit the practice and an independent complaints mechanism to handle such issues.

The judicial council, gardaí, prosecutors and judges should also receive training on the proper methods for identifying, investigating and prosecuting racist hate crime, while legislative provisions should be made for crimes with a racist motivation, it said.

The committee recommended that Travellers, Roma and people of African descent receive improved access to social housing, and called for a moratorium on evictions of Traveller accommodations. The national Traveller and Roma inclusion strategy should also be fully implemented through concrete action plans, clear targets and time frames, it said.

Measures should be taken to address all forms of discrimination towards people of African descent, particularly in employment and education, while the Government should step up its plans to mark the UN decade for people of African descent, it said.

Migrant women who are victims of sexual violence should be guaranteed a legal stay regardless of their residence status until they have recovered, while victims of trafficking should have access to shelters and legal protection, it said.

Recommendations also included a significant review and renewal of Ireland’s equality legislation and the State’s incorporation of the Convention on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (Cerd) into domestic law. Ireland should also stop purchasing coal from Colombia’s Cerejon mine, it said.

“We need as a society to ensure that in our communities and country, racism has no safe harbour, no resting place,” said commission member Salome Mbugua. The commission said it would continue to monitor the State’s progress on the UN recommendations.

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The forces lined up to make the Irish a minority in their homeland
https://politics.ie/threads/the-forces-lined-up-to-make-the-irish-a-minority-in-their-homeland.211684/

"Ireland urged to take up action plan to combat racism"
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/ireland-urged-to-take-up-action-plan-to-combat-racism-1.4114803

"Legislation against hate speech is ill-advised and counter-productive"
https://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/legislation-against-hate-speech-is-ill-advised-and-counter-productive-1.4112340

Chairwoman of the Irish Freedom Party, Professor Dolores Cahill, talks to Michael Reade of LMFM Radio about the government's proposed hate speech laws following the successful free speech rally outside the Dáil on Saturday 14th of December.

Broadcast: LMFM Radio, 17/12/2019.

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