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Indian Faggot Leo Varadkar's head belongs on a pike along with every kike behind the mass immigration plot to genocide the Irish. This is an absolute disgrace for Ireland... man the fuck up. Wake up.
Organise resistance now.
video source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSfBOrrnvug
The National Party.
Also support: Gemma O'Doherty.
As Irish passport applications and citizenships rise, what will this mean for the future of a country which is itself not that united over the EU?
Polish kids in Ireland understand they aren't Irish — "It's nice to keep the country you're from"
Not sure when this aired but RTÉ typically push out several diversity festival type stories a week. Two Polish girls are interviewed and although they have Irish accents and were quite possibly born in Ireland, they tell the reporter that they prefer to consider themselves Polish because "it's nice to keep the country you are from".
Seems to be common for Polish children to understand that they are not Irish. In 2017, Kacper Ciolek was interviewed to commemorate the opening of the Cork University Maternity Hospital as he was the first baby born there ten years ago. Having grown up in Kerry, he was asked if he would like to play GAA for the county team. He replied that he wanted to play football for Poland which is a natural and healthy attitude to have.
Gemma O'Doherty was accosted by a woman in Longford yesterday after O'Doherty posted a picture of the children at a Longford school, the majority of whom appeared to be non-Irish. You can watch the clip at 1:39:41
She was assumed to be Polish but there is more information here:
Galtymore or Galteemore (Irish: Cnoc Mór na nGaibhlte, meaning "Big hill of the Galtees") at 918 metres (3,012 ft), is the 12th–highest peak in Ireland on the Arderin scale, and the 14th–highest peak in Ireland according to the Vandeleur-Lynam scale. Galtymore has the 4th highest topographic prominence in Ireland which classifies Galtymore as a P600, or "major mountain". Galtymore is also one of the 13 recognised Scottish Furths, or Irish Munros, in Ireland. Galtymore is the County Top for both Limerick and Tipperary, and it is the highest mountain of the Galty Mountains, or Galtee Mountains, a 30–kilometre range that runs east–west, split between Limerick and Tipperary in Munster, Ireland.
Dublin artist Immanuel Godson: These immigration policies are suicide for Ireland
Dublin artist Immanuel Godson called into the Niall Boylan Show yesterday to discuss the abuse of the asylum system and replacement migration in Ireland.
Godson said he was thinking about the long term future of Ireland and he believed the current immigration policies are suicide for Ireland.
"I'm concerned we're going to be brushed aside by these foreign cultures coming in."
He also said he was annoyed that Irish people are not being warned that we're going to become a minority in our own country.
"I lived in Birmingham for eleven years and I know what a multicultural society is like. It's a nightmare."
"It’s going to go past the point of no return!”
Godson is artist-in-residence at the Darndale Belcamp village centre. He is preforming an exhibition shortly.
This piece in the thumbnail is titled ‘The Gagosian Fart’ and is a reproduction of Leonardo Da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper’. It has attracted rave reviews.
He previously talked about replacement migration on FM104 here:
Immanuel Godson's channel can be found here:
Broadcast: The Niall Boylan Show | Classic Hits | 28 May 2019
'Multiculturalism has increased sexual assault' | Self Defence Ireland
Ahead of National Self Defence Day For Ladies in Ireland on June 23rd to launch a new initiate to offer free self-defence classes to women, Paul Williams who teaches classes at John Kavanagh's Straight Blast Gym told the Claire Byrne Show that he believes multiculturalism has increased the rate of sexual assault in Ireland and women should learn techniques to avoid being raped.
"We've become such a multicultural society now and women are preyed on more."
Williams said his 13 year old niece was out with her friends when she was grabbed and an attempt was made to bundle her into a white van but she got away.
For many years he kept quiet but when he met Ruth Maxwell, another sexual assault survivor, he decided to help out with offering free weekly self-defence classes to women at Straight Blast Gym.
Maxwell had narrowly avoided being brutally raped while walking to work with her headphones in by Polish roofer and serial rapist Slawomir Gierlowski who received 18 years for the assault and two others. He used a hunting knife and duct tape to carry out his assault.
Broadcast: Claire Byrne Live | RTÉ One | 28 May 2019
Biological Warfare: Africanized European & White Genocide (Book on Amazon) https://www.amazon.com/Biological-Warfare-Africanized-European-Genocide-ebook/dp/B07RJZ1B8B/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=btwixt&qid=1557390191&s=gateway&sr=8-2
Northern Ireland's most infamous flump-a-like threatens to call the police on fellow Twitter user over her Tweet about black schoolchildren in Longford, Republic of Ireland.
Gemma O'Doherty's original Tweet: https://twitter.com/gemmaod1/status/1...
Nicola Coughlan's response Tweet: https://twitter.com/nicolacoughlan/st...
Grand Torino: LOGOS RISING with John Connors
John Connors (born 1990) is an Irish actor, screenwriter, documentary filmmaker, playwright and human rights activist best known for his role as Patrick Ward in the Irish crime drama series Love/Hate and for Cardboard Gangsters in which he won best actor at the 2018 Irish film and television awards.
Grand Torino: The Plan For Catholic Ireland with Dr E Michael Jones.
I'm Delighted to be joined by Dr Jones as we discuss his teaching on Logos and the plan for Ireland.
Owen Benjamin Interview: https://youtu.be/b7U9T9btzMg
Roosh interview with Dr Jones: https://youtu.be/uYOcyDRcG1E
All of Dr Jones books are listed on Amazon.
Grand Torino: Interview with a Courtown Local.
Postal vote fraud allegations in Sligo cause request for deferment
A member of Sligo County Council has made an application to the Council to have this weekend’s local elections deferred, due to alleged fraud in relation to postal vote registration. Cllr Hubert Keaney says it’s ‘not appropriate’ to stage the election pending a Garda investigation into why there have been so many postal vote applications in the Ballymote-Tubbercurry area. He also claims the ‘disabled’ postal voter list is very questionable.
Sligo County Council has said that a total of 289 postal votes were issued for "physical illness or disability", with 252 of those in the Ballymote/Tubbercurry electoral area.
The council said that over 20 medical practitioners signed the relevant documentation for the applications received.
Major integration challenge as Parnell St becomes Chinatown — 60% Foreign born
In their EU election coverage for Dublin, RTÉ heard that integration was a major challenge as 60% of people in the Parnell St area are foreign born. In 2016, almost 1,200 people signed an online petition calling for a ‘Chinatown’ archway to Parnell Street as so many Chinese people are living there. As Parnell St becomes Chinatown, will there be anything Irish left to integrate into?
RTÉ did a vox pop item in Dublin and played the audio of one woman who said that people who opposed replacement migration were just ignorant and that we needed educated migrants to boost our economy and we needed uneducated migrants for manual labour. Another man said he had moved back to Ireland from the Netherlands in part because of the growth of anti-Muslim sentiment there.
Broadcast: Seán O'Rourke Show | RTÉ Radio One | 21 May 2019
Gemma O'Doherty in Lauren Southern's Borderless: There's big money behind mass immigration
Investigative journalist Gemma O'Doherty featured in Lauren Southern's new documentary Borderless which premiered tonight. O'Doherty previously won a national campaigning award for her work on the rights of asylum seekers in Ireland.
O'Doherty says Ireland now has a serious housing crisis but when she looked into the figures, she discovered that a third of social housing units are going to non-nationals like a lot of other resources like healthcare and education also "at a time when we are not able to look after our own people properly".
"What are we doing inviting the world and its mother into Ireland when we cannot look after our own people?"
"You can't have open borders when you can't look after your own people."
O'Doherty says our Ireland's cities don't feel Irish any more as they've become so multicultural and people in rural communities are beginning to feel very concerned for their towns which are seeing the change too.
"You go into a shop or a hotel and the chances are you will not be served by an Irish person."
O'Doherty also says that those who speak out against immigration "in any shape or form" are immediately branded racist, a fascist or a Nazi "but this is all being done because there is big money behind mass immigration."
You can watch the full documentary here:
First published 24 May 2019
Ben Gilroy's viral video featured on Have I Got News For You
Ben Gilroy's viral video was featured on last night's episode of Have I Got News For You. In the video, Gilroy can bee seen using a hurley stick to batter multiple drywall panels spray-painted with words like 'State Corruption', 'Constitutional Violations', 'unlawful evictions' and 'RTÉ'.
The full viral video can be seen here:
Girloy is an anti-eviction activist who featured in this video warning people that the use of Loyalists from Northern Ireland as bailiffs to evict Irish tenants would lead to violence.
Broadcast: Have I Got News for You S57E08 | BBC | 24 May 2019
Peter Casey: Of course I'm a racist. I'm a very proud Irishman.
EU candidate for the Midlands North West in Ireland, Peter Casey, told a crowd in Dunboyne this afternoon that "of course" he was racist. The video was shared on twitter. Speaking about the migrants he believes will come to Ireland once Britain exits the EU, Casey said:
"We simply cannot afford to accommodate the people that will come here once Britain closes its borders. It's so important that we get this right. The face of Ireland is changing. People say to me 'oh, you're a racist'...of course I'm a racist. I'm a very proud Irishman. I've been around the world. The one thing we have in Ireland is the most amazing brand Ireland. We have got something unique. We have something really, really special and it's something we need to protect."
published on twitter: 21 May 2019
Obi Ekoba is standing in Ballyfermot for Fine Gael to rid the area of degradation & corruption (Ireland)
Fine Gael's candidate in the local elections for the Ballyfermot — Drimnagh area is Obi Ekoba, a 20 year old Nigerian, who hopes to rid the area of degradation and corruption. Ekoba is the outgoing treasurer of the Fine Gael youth wing and an award-winning third-year law student in TCD according to Metro Eireann, a bimonthly "multicultural" newspaper which was founded by Nigerians Chinedu Onyejelem and Abel Ugba in April 2000 to highlight issues relating to non-Irish people living in Ireland.
In is campaign ad, Ekoba describes himself as a vibrant and dynamic scholar and his decision to run for councillor under Fine Gael was driven by his concerns for degradation and corruption in the area.
Ekoba wants to:
1 .Hire and step up Garda presence for rapid and effective response to crimes and anti-social behaviour in the area.
2 .Beef up the number of youth workers in the area to combat the alarming rate of gang formation.
3. Stop illegal littering and dumping of refuse.
4. Break up the formation of bike gangs which according to Obi is a new development
Ekoba's mother who Ekoba describes as his role model and mentor is calling on the entire Igbo community to come out in their masses to vote "for their son".
The Igbo are an ethnic group native to the present-day south-central and southeastern Nigeria.
First published: 02 May 2019
RTÉ: Gemma O'Doherty's platform has become a little more radical
In today's election coverage for Dublin, RTÉ's political correspondent, Katie Hannon, briefly mentioned Gemma O'Doherty's campaign to become an MEP in the EU elections remarking that she believed "her platform had become a little more radical" since she tried to win a nomination for the presidential elections. Hannon said that as O'Doherty has name recognition and a strong social media following, it would be interesting to see how successful she is in the election.
O'Doherty has been shut out of all debates in the media in the run up to the election. She has protested twice outside RTÉ with supporters of her party Anti-Corruption Ireland.
Ben Gilroy's viral election video and bonus remix
EU election candidate for Dublin, Ben Gilroy released a campaign video which wen viral yesterday. The video shows Gilroy using a hurley stick to batter multiple drywall panels spray-painted with words like 'State Corruption', 'Constitutional Violations', 'unlawful evictions' and 'RTÉ'. The video was shared widely on social media. Joe.ie did a remix of the video with a previous clip of a man slipping on ice shown on RTÉ news.
"Genuine feeling of nervousness" over asylum seekers secretly dumped in Courtown
Steven Anderson once again, who is in the news for being banned from half the planet lately (this time Ireland of all places).
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'Open borders has pushed up rents beyond the reach of ordinary people' -Hermann Kelly
Hermann Kelly, campaigning in Dublin for the EU elections says he believes that 'EU open-borders and mass immigration has pushed up rents beyond the reach of ordinary people'.
Published on twitter: May 14 2019
RTÉ Prime Time on immigration: Only a third of Dublin’s north inner city is majority Irish
RTÉ opened their item on immigration in Ireland by claiming that while immigration is a hot topic across Europe, it does not appear to be a big issue here. Conversely, the latest Eurobarometer survey which RTÉ published in April indicated that immigration was the top issue Irish voters believed faced the EU followed by terrorism and thirdly climate change.
EU election candidate Hermann Kelly: Nationality depends on culture
EU election candidate for Dublin, Hermann Kelly joined Niall Boylan today on Classic Hits to discuss his campaign. Hermann discussed carbon tax, immigration, the abuse of the asylum system and the difference between being Irish and being an citizen of Ireland. Kelly told listeners that if anybody wants to help canvass for his campaign, they can call 089 943 7072.
Broadcast: The Niall Boylan Show | Classic Hits | 09 May 2019
Hermann Kelly debates the Green Party's Patrick Costello on immigration, housing and carbon tax
The leader of the Irish Freedom Party, Hermann Kelly, debates Green Party Councillor Patrick Costello on immigration, housing, carbon tax and the EU. Kelly is running in EU election for Dublin and Costello is running in the local election in Kimmage-Rathmines, both occurring on May the 24th.
Kelly believes that uncontrolled immigration is a major contribution to the housing crisis in Ireland:
"Surely it should be Irish people who get a house first before someone just gets on a plane, comes to Ireland, gets on the social housing list and then demands a house?
"At the minute because of EU membership and uncontrolled immigration, we cannot plan. We don't know how many people are coming here but we do know many Irish people are pushed down the social housing list."
But Costello disagrees and blames the government for not providing more housing:
"To say immigration is the cause of the housing crisis — I don't believe it is a major cause. I don't accept it is.
"Immigration is not the cause of our housing crisis. A failure to build houses and a failure to provide is our problem.
"To blame immigration instead of government failure to provide housing and government failure to invest in housing is just a complete misnomer."
Broadcast: The Sunday Edition | Dublin City FM 102.3 | 05 May 2019
Hermann Kelly blocked from EU debate by Broadcasting Authority of Ireland
EU candidate for Dublin, Hermann Kelly, says he had been booked to appear on a Tonight Show panel on Virgin Media One tonight about the EU elections but received a phone call yesterday from the producers informing him that the BAI (Broadcasting Authority of Ireland) and told them that only EU candidates who are members of parties with seats either in councils or the Dáil are allowed to appear on the show in the run up to the EU elections.
Consequently Hermann Kelly will not be allowed to appear as he is running as an independent candidate.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland's chairman is Pauric Travers, their manager is Louise McLoughlin and their chief executive Michael O’Keeff (pictured in thumbnail).
Hermann also says he was not allowed to appear at an EU hustings organised by the charity Trócaire.
Published on Facebook: 08 May 2019
"Ireland is OUR home. It's not just an economic hostel!" -Hermann Kelly, EU candidate for Dublin
Hermann Kelly, leader of the Irish Freedom party is running in the EU elections for Dublin on May the 24th.
In a video published today on facebook, Kelly was standing outside the Pádraig Pearse pub on Pearse St and remarked that while Pearse wanted to foster Irish culture and a sense of Irish identity using language, sport and dance, just a few hundred yards up the road, there are places now that look and feel more like America with a different culture and different sense of values.
"There are people who feel a much closer connection to Brussels, New York and Tokyo."
Kelly said he believes that a sense of community and solidarity is necessary for welfare programmes to function.
"Why pay taxes to help people out who have no sense of solidarity with you if they are homeless or sick."
"Ireland is our home. It's not just an economic hostel. It's not just a wet island in the middle of the Atlantic of consumers and producers."
Kelly also says he supports implementing incentives for the Irish diaspora to return to Ireland and build up a sense of Irish community.
"There's so many people living abroad — our diaspora — who are well qualified, who want to come home and I believe the Irish state should give incentives for these well-qualified Irish people to come home to build up and Irish community in Ireland once again."
"For Irish Freedom, vote Kelly no.1."
Published: 08 May 2019
Niall Boylan debates Ebun Joseph on immigration — "This is the nonsense that you're dealing with!" (Ireland)
Niall Boylan and Dr Ebun Joseph joined the Tonight Show panel to discuss the topic of immigration in relation to the news that 2,000 Irish citizenships had been handed out in Killarney on Monday.
Niall Boylan began by saying that the problem as he saw it was that the public were not we're not allowed to have a debate about immigration and that people who do are often labelled racist.
"We're not allowed to talk about sham marriages. We're not allowed to talk about the 85% of people who are given deportation orders which are never served on them. We're not allowed to talk about bogus asylum seekers. We're not allowed to talk about people who are working in the black economy for example. When the conversation happens, as soon it as it happens somebody is accused of being racist. If we talk about freeloaders or use the word 'freeloaders' — and we do have freeloaders coming into this country. Let's just face the facts. We have people coming into this country..."
Dr Ebun Joseph interjected that "comments like that are the things that incite hatred."
But Boylan replied "See what I mean? This is the nonsense that you're dealing with."
Broadcast: The Tonight Show | Virgin Media One | 29 Apr 2019
Women from 40 different nationalities were trafficked into Ireland for the sex trade in 2018
Morning Ireland talked to Sarah Benson, the CEO of Ruhama which deals with women affected by the sex-trade. She says prostitution is in every town in Ireland. Ruhama's annual report says they assisted over 300 women for 40 different nationalities, 122 of whom were victims of trafficking. Benson says the industry is worth many millions and operated by organised crime gangs.
Benson claims a Red C poll claims that 8% of Irish men pay for sex but it is unclear whether this figure included people with a migrant background living in Ireland.
In 2015, the Immigrant Council of Ireland claimed organised crime gangs are running an international sex trafficking network stretching from Nigeria and Cameroon to Ireland — making them an estimated €600,000 per day.
In 2013, the Irish Independent reported that Nigerian migrants in Ireland were sending nearly half-a-billion euro back home each year. World Bank figures reveal that €468m in 'remittances' was sent from Ireland to Nigeria in 2011.
That was an average of more than €26,000 for each of the 17,642 Nigerian nationals in Ireland, including children.
Benson said prostitution was incompatible with gender equality but the phenomenon of underage boys being abused at gay chem-sex brothels were not mentioned in the report.
Broadcast: Morning Ireland | RTÉ Radio One | 30 Apr 2019
Acid attack burns three teenagers in Earlscourt, Waterford
Tega Agberhiere and Padraig Sullivan were among the victims in an acid attack on three teenagers carried out by four other teenagers in Earlscourt, Waterford last Thursday at around 11pm.
Tega Agberhiere's mother is from Nigeria and came to Ireland in 2002 and has three sons aged 23, 14 and Tega who is 16.
Tega's mother said her son had been football training earlier in the evening. His father brought him home and he called his friend Padraig who lives in the same estate. Padraig said he was buying food on the Dunmore Road with another two friends and the three met-up.
After they had finished their food, the boys decided to walk to the Earlscourt estate to see one of the boys home. The others were going to walk back to Ballygunner but events took an unexpected turn. When the friend who had been walked home entered his estate, he met four youths waiting for him.
Scared, he rang Tega and Padraig on the phone who decided to come back and help their friend. When they got to Earlscourt, they met the four youths, two of whom were wearing halloween masks. One carried a golf club.
One of them pushed Tega and Tega pushed him back as well. One of them then splashed acid on Tega on two other of the boys. The four youths then ran away. Arriving at the Maxwell petrol station on the Dunmore road to get water for their burns, the Gardaí were subsequently called and the victims were rushed to hospital.
This series of events was described as "a case of mistaken identity" in numerous media reports and it was explained that Tega may have been mistaken for someone else.
Tega received first-degree facial burns while Padraig suffered severe burns to his thigh while his other pal has painful wounds on his back.
They will need skin graft surgery when doctors manage to remove the acid from their skin.
Padraig's dad said “He has a big burn on his thigh and that burnt all the nerves away and it’s after blocking off the veins, so we have to wait three weeks for that to come back to life."
“It’s new for them [hospital staff] because we didn’t have the name of what acid it was and every time they washed it the acid kept activating.
“Each one of them had to get each cut washed for over 12 hours. Every time you think it’s washed the acid kept reactivating itself and started burning again.
“It’s deadly stuff, it takes 18 to 20 hours to get acid fully washed away.
Four teenagers were arrested and questioned over the attack but later released without charge.
Tega Agberhiere, played for Ireland’s U16s has had trials with Tottenham and Crystal Palace. Padraig Sullivan played Hurling for Waterford.
first clip broadcast: Morning Ireland | RTÉ Radio One | 30 Apr 2019
second clip broadcast: Déise Today | WLR FM | 30 Apr 2019
2,000 citizenships handed out in Killarney as new citizens are urged to vote
More than 2,000 people from 90 countries were given Irish citizenship at ceremonies in Killarney on Monday. They were told they should never forget where they come from and that Ireland was richer for their contribution. 122,000 citizenships have been handed out since 2011. The new citizens were urged to exercise their right to vote in the upcoming EU and local elections.
Mass immigration is a gigantic electoral fraud operation which is undermining democracy across western nations. No consideration is given to how huge numbers of migrants will change the voting patterns of host nations. Those opposed to replacement levels of migration or even raise concerns are often accused of racism and censored.
Broadcast: Nine O'Clock News | RTÉ | 29 Apr 2019
RTÉ hears from the clientele at the "New Communities Clinic" on Gardiner Street
Paddy O'Gorman joins Miriam O'Callaghan to discuss the "New Communities Clinic" which is run by the Department of Social Protection on Gardiner St in Dublin which O'Gorman says caters to "any foreign national awaiting for residency deliberations or people looking for emergency payments". It also caters to homeless Irish women but not men.
O'Gorman says that if you walk by five days a week, you'll see clearly non-Irish people waiting there but he said a lot of African people were frightened of "a man with a microphone", not realising that they could refuse to talk to him.
O'Gorman first chats to a white South African who said he left South Africa due to farm murders which resulted in the death of his mother and brother and because "there's no work there for white people in South Africa." He came to Ireland because his grandmother was Irish and he learned he was therefor eligible for Irish citizenship.
Last August, an alleged expert, Martin Plaut, told Sean Moncrieff that the murders of white farmers in South Africa was nothing extraordinary in comparison to the general murder rate in the country and played down the concerns of Donald Trump who was highlighting the issue.
O'Gorman next chats to a Roma family of seven including five children who told him that they were not given any money. The father said he had been two years in Ireland but hadn't received any child benefit or their free house. O'Gorman read the refusal notice from the Department of Social protection which stated that the officer did not believe the family satisfied the conditions of habitual residence. The father said he couldn't stay in Romania because there is nothing and they don't give you any free money.
Next O'Gorman heard from a Somalian whose asylum claim was rejected. It had at one stage been approved but then it was revoked for reasons left unexplained. He said he had been in Ireland for twelve years but didn't get a payment today at the clinic. He is not asked why he hasn't been deported. He said Ireland is like a second home.
Next a homeless Irish woman tells O'Gorman that she has been sleeping in a tent in the Phoenix Park for four months. She said all her clothes are damp and that the clinic wouldn't even give her ten euro to buy new underwear and socks.
Finally a Sudanese man tells O'Gorman that Ireland is the best country in Europe. He had been homeless in the UK for ten years but when he moved to Ireland, he got a free house "and a lot of money"
"...me, I'm happy to be here."
Broadcast: The Seán O'Rourke Show | RTÉ Radio One | 29 Aprl 2019
Joe Duffy hears about "the elephant in the room" about the gangs mugging taxi drivers in Dublin (Ireland)
In response to a video that was circulated on social media about an African taxi driver being beaten up in his taxi cab, Joe heard from a taxi driver about "the elephant in the room" over taxi drivers being mugged in Dublin.
"I have to say Joe, these are African descent gangs that are doing this. I know you shouldn't say it because suddenly you're a racist but let's call a spade a spade..."
But Joe replied:
"In fairness, they're all Irish as far as we know."
In 2018, investigators probe whether two arson attacks in Tyrellstown was in revenge for a series of taxi driver robberies in the area. Many drivers had launched a boycott of the Ongar, Clonee and Tyrellstown areas as they feared attacks.
Broadcast: Liveline | RTÉ Radio One | 29 apr 2019
Video showing the horrific displacement of the Irish people by invading Africans and Muslims. It highlights how the mainstream political parties in Ireland are in league with the "globalists" and facilitating the dispossession of the Irish people from their ancestral homeland in order to bring in a population of low IQ consumers. Importantly, the extent of this population replacement is being hidden from the Irish people by the mainstream media.
Five times as many teenage girls as boys have gender dysphoria in Ireland | RTÉ Prime Time
RTÉ's Prime Time Special on Gender Dysphoria revealed that demand for gender dysphoria services is so high among teenagers in Ireland that the Tavistock clinic in London runs a satellite service for them in Crumlin, Dublin every month. There has been a massive jump in referrals to the Tavistock. In 2017, thirty five children were referred compared to one in 2011.
Four times as many teenage girls as boys have gender dysphoria world wide but in Ireland the figure is five times. One academic has called in the phenomenon Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria. Dr. Lisa Littman said this is spread through social contagion from peer groups and online contact and teenage girls may embrace gender dysphoria to cope with other underlying psychological issues.
Ireland will become one of the most "liberal" countries in the world if it allows anyone over the age of 16 to self-identify as any gender says Prime Time. Adults have been able to do this since 2015. Since then, 393 adults have been granted gender recognition certs. 216 went from male to female. 163 went from female to male. But it's a very different story for under 18s. Of the twelve over 16s who went to the circuit court to get a gender recognition cert with their parents consent, ten were girls who now identify as boys.
Broadcast: RTÉ Primtime | 22 Jan 2019
The full Primetime documentary can be viewed here:
Indifferent and Disinterested
230,000 children in poverty - or 1 in 5 children in poverty
The Taoiseach @LeoVaradkar seems more interested in semantics on whether children are in poverty or consistent poverty. #HAP payment top ups causing poverty.
Hundreds celebrate the Sikh festival of Vaisakhi in Dublin
RTÉ heard that hundreds of people celebrated the Sikh festival of Vaisakhi in Dublin on Sunday. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar joined the celebrations at the Sikh Temple in Ballsbridge, Dublin becoming the first Taoiseach to attend the event.
RTÉ heard from one Skih woman who told them "we have to teach our kids what day is it because they born here, they don't know anything. If we don't tell them, if we don't come here, they wouldn't know what it is when they grow up so it is very important and big day for us."
Representatives of the Gardaí were also in attendance and RTÉ heard that members of the Sikh community welcomed the decision to allow Sikhs to wear their head gear on duty if they become members of the police force.
RTÉ heard that Sikhs hope that initiatives like this will help improve diversity in Ireland and further integrate the Indian community.
Broadcast: Six One News | RTÉ One | 14 Apr 2019
Rabbi Zalman Lent gives a lesson on multiculturalism to students in Ireland for Passover
On Friday this week, the Jewish holiday of Passover begins and Dublin based Rabbi Zalman Lent has chosen the occasion to discuss the holiday and give a lesson on multiculturalism at his synagogue with a group of Students from Stratford College in Rathgar which he describes as a Jewish and multi-denominational school.
Rabbi Lent says the school has a lovely mix of different backgrounds, cultures and faiths like Jewish, Christian, Hindu and Atheist all together although Muslims and Africans are not mentioned. The Rabbi says he wants to look at the story of the Exodus and Passover to see if there are any contemporary lessons the students can learn.
The students all introduce themselves and are from a range of backgrounds. One child describes himself as "just Irish" but this draws laughter from the other students.
Rabbi Lent remarks that young people are very in tune with social and global problems and wants to hear how they think the world can be made a better place. The Rabbi begins by explaining that the ancient Hebrews relocated from the land of Canaan and resettled in Egypt due to a famine.
One of the students is asked whether that means anything to him in an Irish context and Ayyush Tambde remarks that the potato crop failed in Ireland in 1845 and "loads of people had to migrate to America and Australia and other countries" and that this led to a huge depopulation in rural areas.
What had actually happened was that the Irish and been colonised and stripped of their land, and the food that was farmed in Ireland was shipped out to feed the British empire. Irish people could only grow potatoes in the small parcels of land allotted to them so when the potato crop failed, the British let them starve.
Irish people did not migrate to Australia during this period. Some were forcibly deported there as prisoners if they committed a crime such as stealing food to feed themselves. Some other Irish people moved to Britain if they could afford the fare, not as refugees but as citizens of the United Kingdom.
Max Musumeci answers next and says that there were many times that the Jewish people have had to move to many different countries and that the most recent example was the holocaust "where many Jewish people wanted to migrate to America and other countries but were pushed back" due to quotas on migrants being in place.
Musumeci relates this to modern times and says Syrians and people from other war-torn countries want to migrate to more prosperous countries but "they are being denied their access and that is really sad that history is repeating itself". The Rabbi said this was a really important point.
In January 2018, Israel said it would pay thousands of African migrants $3,500 to leave Israel, or face internment in a migrant detention camp in the Negev desert if they were caught in the country after the end of March. Israel already paid grants of $1,500 to migrants who agreed to leave the country but the new proposal raised the figure. The government said it wanted to preserve Israel's ethnic character.
Dr Ebun Joseph: It's too hard for non-EU migrants to move to Ireland
UCD's Dr Ebun Joseph has told the Tonight Show that believes that Ireland makes it too difficult for non-EU migrants to move here.
Addressing Peader Toibiín's recent remarks in which he stated that a debate on immigration was desirable despite not wanting to limit or cap immigration himself, Dr Joseph said it was fantastic to have a debate on immigration "but when you decide that the conversation we want to have is a one-sided conversation, that's where the problem is."
Dr Joseph said it wasn't only asylum seekers coming to Ireland and that she personally knew a friend from Nigeria who bought a house in Ireland "cash-outright" from money her husband earned in Nigeria and that she didn't need to secure a mortgage. She said this was proof that there are resources which migrants are bringing into Ireland.
In May, 2013, World Bank figures revealed that €468m in 'remittances' was sent from Ireland to Nigeria in 2011. That was average of more than €26,000 for each of the 17,642 Nigerian nationals in Ireland, including children.
Pakistani sex pest allowed to drive taxi on bail in Ireland
A serial sex pest from Pakistan has been allowed to continue to drive a taxi in Ireland while on bail. Mansoor Uddin (41) who lives in Castleway, Adamstown, Lucan pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting three young women within two weeks and his case adjourned to allow for the preparation of a psychological report.
He pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to a sexual assault on January 30, 2016 and two sexual assaults on February 16, 2016.
As part of his bail conditions a female passenger is not permitted to be a front seat passenger in Uddin's taxi but he is still allowed to drive a taxi and have female passengers in his back seat.
Judge Sinéad Ní Chulacháin adjourned the case to May 8, next, for sentence and remanded Uddin on continuing bail.
Uddin is married with two teenage daughters and a younger son.
Niall Boylan heard from callers, one of whom feared for women sitting in the back of a taxi cab in case the child-lock is activated and would inhibit them exiting a vehicle if they thought they would be sexually assaulted.
Niall also heard a protest will take place tomorrow where driver will be asked to beep their horns three times at 3 o'clock called "the three for three" to support the three sexual assault survivors.
Frankie explains why he won't vote for Peader Toibín's Aontú
Frankie called Greg Hughes on Highland Radio to explain why he won't be voting for Peader Toibin's Aontú in the upcoming elections.
Frankie says a lot of people asked Peader Toibín to be the voice of the people against the government's plan to sign the Global Compact on Migration which is a UN compact to facilitate the creation of more avenues of migration in order to stop migrants abusing the asylum system to try to move to western nations. Frankie says Toibín totally refused even just to say something about it.
In 2004, the people of Ireland voted 79% to end birth-right citizenship as after the Good Friday Agreement was signed in 1998, pregnant women from Africa and all over the world had started to fly in to deliver their babies and claim Irish citizenship. In the 2016 census, 3.3% of 10-14 year olds were listed as being of African origin which can largely be attributed the the period when birth-right citizenship was a constitutional right.
Peader Tobín supported a bill to overturn the referendum and deny the 80% who voted to end birthright citizenship their democracy.
In 2015, the Irish government reduced the number of family members a refugee could apply to bring to Ireland. Currently refugees can apply to bring in spouses, parents and children under 18.
The old expanded family reunification programme which was in place from 1996 allowed refugees to bring in siblings, grandparents, cousins, nephews, nieces and adult children as well.
A bill passed in the Seanad to increase the scope of the family reunification programme once more.
Peader Toibín supported the bill.
The Irish Minister of State for Equality, Immigration and Integration David Stanton previously told the Dáil that before the old expanded Family Reunification program was scrapped in 2015, one refugee had applied to bring in 70 of their family members. The average number per application was 20.
Peader Toibín told the Tonight Show on Monday the 8th of April that his party Aontú are not saying whatsoever that you limit the number of migrants coming into the Ireland.
"We have never stated that there needs to be a cap or a stop put on immigration."
He also said that Aontú have never said migrants are causing the resource pressures in the country.
Broadcast: Nine 'til Noon Show | Highland Radio | 09 Apr 2019
Hermann Kelly: These are the very people who imposed a €64 billion bank debt on the Irish tax payer
Irish Freedom party leader and IREXIT supporter Hermann Kelly told the Claire Byrne Live show that EU representatives have made it very clear that in the event of the UK leaving the EU with a WTO deal, then the EU are more than happy to impose a hard border on the island of Ireland.
Kelly remarked: "When Barnier and Juncker say they are going to show solidarity with you, these are the very people who imposed a €64 billion bank debt on the Irish tax payer so they are not friends of Ireland."
MEP Mairead McGuinness told Hermann Kelly that she wished to correct him and said there was no-one saying they were happy to have a hard border in Ireland.
However, In January, Gunther Krichbaum, a CDU politician and the Chair of the Committee on European Union Affairs of the German Bundestag told BBC Radio Foyle that border checks on the island of Ireland cannot be avoided if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.
Hermann Kelly said the only sure-fire way to make sure there is no border was for Ireland to leave the EU and be free to make a trade deal with the UK.
Broadcast: Claire Byrne Live | RTÉ | 08 Apr 2019
Broadcast: 17 Jan 2018 BBC Northern Ireland | The Nolan Show
Africans brawl on High Street in Portadown, Armagh
A group of Africans clashed in Portadown on Saturday, April 6th.
The PSNI in Craigavon reported that at around 11:45pm a crowd of around 20 were involved in a fight in the middle of High Street.
Irish government warned but failed to make joining the Islamic State a criminal offence
Lisa Smith, a Muslim convert and suspected supporter of ISIS who travelled to Syria with her husband says she wants to come home now that ISIS are defeated. In an interview with the Irish Mail on Sunday's Norma Costello, the Dundalk mother of a two year old child says she made a mistake travelling to the Islamic State and that she didn't fight for ISIS.
Two weeks ago, the Tánaiste Simon Coveney said Ireland has a responsibility towards its citizens and will try to bring her home.
Michael C. Murphy a retired Lieutenant Colonel and former Deputy Director of Military Intelligence talked to RTÉ's Morning Ireland about the news. He read the interview with Lisa Smith and believed it revealed some very interesting things.
"One of them, it says she ran with the crowd. Who are the crowd? Are there other people in Ireland who left at the same time or did she leave individually at that time? It is like as if somebody has done something wrong and is trying to get out of the fact that they did something wrong and it would be very difficult to prove what they did wrong."
"This government was advised to bring in a law to make it illegal to travel to ISIS territory because you could have conducted any atrocity in Syria and we wouldn't have anybody there to give evidence in a court so therefor you could conduct some of the most vile attacks against human beings and come home here and the state can do nothing against you and that was a failure of the government to bring proper laws in place to make sure that something like this couldn't happen."
"We have no choice in allowing Lisa Smith back into this country. She found her way there. I'm sure she can find her way back here. Where's her passport? She never said what happened to her passport...because I believe when you went to an ISIS territory, you handed over your passport. You took out citizenship of the caliphate...so there's a lot of questions here."
"When the government says they are going to carry out a threat assessment — a threat assesment should be carried out before anybody comes back into this country, not after. So it's a bit late."
Morning Ireland's Gavin Jennings put it to Murphy that by travelling to Syria Lisa Smith hadn't comitted anything illegal.
Murphy agreed but said that the government were advised to make it illegal.
"In fact there was a European directive in 2017 which saying [sic] travelling to ISIS controlled territory should be made a crime, but it's not. We never went down that road and it's like as if they're trying to make a security policy on the back of an envelope. At some state it's going to come back and hit you."
"We have know this problem going back to 2013. Where was the plan for stopping Irish people from — you see people in the United Kingdom being convicted for wanting to travel to ISIS controlled territory and actually you're imprisoned — we had no law to do the exact same thing here and then they go there and we have no law to convict them when they come back."
Murphy was asked what will happen once Lisa returns to Ireland:
"It's possibly she will be interviewed by the guards, and unless she says something incriminating against herself, it's unlikely anything will happen to her and she'll be released onto our streets as will anybody else who might come back and then they have to be kept under surveillance."
"The 7/7 bombings happened because MI5 just missed one meeting and discarded somebody and as a result they ended up with 7/7. To do surveillance on somebody, it's a 24/7 job, seven days week, 360 days a year."
Asked whether this meant someone from the gardaí or the army had to follow her all the time, he replied that if they want to keep the citizens of this country safe, then it did.
"In the cases in France, they took off the surveillance of people who said had been deradicalised, and then went back and gave us the Bataclan."
Broadcast: Morning Ireland | RTÉ | 08 Apr 2019
British security forces have been involved in dozens of murders during the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Reporter Darragh MacIntyre investigates how the state colluded with paramilitary killers and covered up their crimes. He meets the families who have been fighting for decades to uncover the government's darkest secrets and he confronts some of those believed to be complicit.
Sociopolitical Documentary hosted by John Ware, published by BBC broadcasted as part of BBC Panorama series in 2013. In the early 1970s, the British Army ran a secret undercover unit. Its existence was deniable and its tactics were so controversial that the unit was disbanded after just 14 months. Now, for the first time in 40 years, some of the unit's former members break their silence and talk candidly to John Ware as new evidence reveals the unit operated outside the law, firing on and killing unarmed civilians.
Should Ireland leave the EU? Prof. Delores Cahill talks IREXIT ahead of Limerick Conference
Chairwoman of the IREXIT Irish Freedom party, Professor Dolores Cahill spoke to Live95 FM ahead of the Limerick Conference today with special guest George Hook who will discuss censorship in the Irish media. It will take place today at 2pm in the South Court Hotel, Raheen, Limerick City.
Prof. Cahill told Live95 FM that her party wanted to open the discussion on Ireland leaving the EU. She said Ireland has been a net contributor to the EU since 2014 so Ireland no longer receives money from the EU — "basically we are giving more than we give back."
But Cahill said it wasn't just about the money. She said EU law as supremacy over Irish law so all the laws that govern Ireland come from the EU — "if you don't control the laws you make, then you really have no power." She said past revolutions like the American or French revolution were never about small amounts of monetary gain but rather about who makes the laws to govern our lives.
"In Ireland we don't really have democracy any more because of all the EU regulations. And just to give you an idea from the European Commission alone, Irish citizens have to live under 127 thousand regulations which are not coherent and once the EU passes a regulation in the European member states, it is automatically enforced."
Cahill also said that DCU lecturer Karen Divine has calculated that €200 billion worth of fish has been taken out of Irish waters as a result of Ireland being in the EU.
In February, a report by the European Council on Foreign Relations, a pro-EU think-tank said that the growth of anti-EU parties in the European Parliament elections in May could “paralyse” the bloc in a range of policy area:
"The parties would be able to appoint the chairs of a third of European Parliament (EP) committees and block the body from triggering so-called “Article 7” procedures against rogue member states that flout the rule of law – as it did with Viktor Orban’s Hungary last year.
"Even more significantly, unless all the other political groups consistently vote together, populists might also be able to block the election of the next European Commission president to replace Jean-Claude Juncker, shape EU law, and influence the union’s budget.
“Winning more than 33 per cent of seats would enable them to form a minority that could block some of the EU’s procedures and make the adoption of new legislation much more cumbersome – with a potentially damaging impact on the content of the EU’s foreign policy, as well as on the EU’s overall institutional readiness and its political credibility to take initiatives in the area.”
Broadcast: Live95 FM | 05 Apr 2019
Gemma O'Doherty debates Fiona O'Leary after successful Sligo meet-up for Anti-Corruption Ireland
Despite the efforts of opponents of Anti-Corruption Ireland, journalist Gemma O'Doherty succeeded in holding a meeting in Sligo with an estimated 200 supporters in attendance. O'Doherty called into Ocean FM to clarify why she has set-up her movement which she hopes will contest upcoming elections. She told Ocean FM that there will have to be criminal and financial sanctions for all public servants who abuse citizens' taxes including prison time for those who are found guilty and the loss of pensions.
Ocean FM reported that opponents of Anti-Corruption Ireland accuse them of "promoting "a right-wing agenda" and that "their public utterances are racist and homophobic."
Ocean FM talked to one supporter of Anti-Corruption Ireland called Simon who attended the Sligo meet-up. He told the radio station that he wanted to hear what O'Doherty has to say because she discussed issues that the mainstream media "won't touch with a barge poll" like corruption. He said he wouldn't describe anything O'Doherty says as racist or homophobic.
"What she is opposed to is that minors will be given hormone therapy when the identify as a different gender to which they were born in...without the permission of their parents."
Gemma was forced to hold her Sligo meeting outside the venue which she had booked when they cancelled on her three hours before the meeting was scheduled after pressure from opponents of Anti-Corruption Ireland. A sign with the word "racist" written on it was left outside the home of one of the sons of the owner of the bar.
O'Doherty said that this was no hard-ship for her or her supporters.
"The Irish people that came last night to stand up against the corruption infesting our state...every institution of our state...for them, it was no hardship to stand out in the rain because they love Ireland and they see Ireland going down the drain.
"They see their taxes being squandered. They see corruption everywhere. They see injustice. They see the media lying to them day in, day out. They see a health service in tatters and an education system that is a shambles and they say 'we're not taking this any more' and that is why I have established Anti-Corruption Ireland."
O'Doherty told Ocean FM that accusations of racism for her are any of the associates of ACI will not be tolerated and that the first she met at her Sligo meet-up was an African man who gave her a hug and that he was there because he was concerned about corruption and that he didn't think anyone was racist.
She said "a lovely Polish man" also gave a speech who believed that Ireland was going down the drain and that he couldn't get over how Irish people were allowing the desecration of their country to happen.
Fiona O'Leary, a campaigner for autistic rights, opposes Anti-corruption Ireland and called into the show too to explain why. She said the pillars of ACI really concern her, especially the one relating to vaccination. She accused O'Doherty of wanting to ban "life-saving vaccines". She said the HPV vaccine protects men and women from cancer. She also accused O'Doherty of trying to evict her from her council home.
"You have also gone out and made horrendous remarks about myself. I've had my home put online, on her twitter page...people threatening to attack me and my children. She has written to the council and tried to evict me."
Fiona O'Leary had previously linked to her address herself on her on twitter account when pranksters are alleged to have put an ad on reddit advertising her home for refugees and travellers over Christmas. She has since deleted the tweet but a screenshot remains here:
21% of homeless families in Dublin are non-EU citizens
SOME 21% OF new families presenting as homeless in Dublin last year were non-EU citizens, according to a new Homeless Action Plan by Dublin City Council.
On average, 92 new families presented as homeless each month.
12% were citizens of other EU member states and 64% were Irish citizens. 120,000 Irish citizenships have been handed out since 2011 masking accurate figures for the number of families of non-Irish origin presenting as homeless.
The Dublin Regional Homeless Executive wants a clear protocol from Irish government bodies on what non-EU citizens' entitlements are. They say it's a growing problem and could be exasperated by the Brexit issue.
They say the entitlements of Irish citizens and EU citizens are very clear but it's not clear for non-EU citizens.
"This are people who came here to work. These are people who might be here illegally or are applying for legal residency status".
The report points out that the Dublin area accounts for 68% of the current national homeless population.
The number of homeless families increased by 58% in the two years between March 2016 and March 2018 alone.
Overall, the total number of homeless adults and children in Dublin increased from 4,300 adults and children to a total of 6,887 during the same period.
Election candidates sign up to ENAR's "Anti-Racism Election Protocol"
Since 2001, candidates in every local, general and European election are asked by the Irish division of the European Network Against Racism (an umbrella organisation for 87 anti-racism organisations in Ireland) to sign up to the "Anti-Racism Election Protocol".
The protocol requires candidates:
* To send a consistent and clear message to my constituents that I reject racism and all forms of discrimination and hate speech.
* To condemn any campaign materials or statements that may incite hatred or express prejudice on the grounds of ‘race’, colour, nationality or origin, ethnic background, religious belief, or membership of the Traveller Community.
* To guarantee that when engaging in ongoing debate in relation to groups which are the potential targets of racism, including asylum seekers, refugees, migrants, people of African or Asian origin, people of Jewish faith, Muslims, Roma and Travellers, my contribution to such debate is conducted in a responsible way and with respect for the dignity and rights of all members of the human race.
* To use appropriate and inclusive language and words when referring to people of different ethnic and religious backgrounds, in order to avoid stereotyping, prejudice or confusion.
* To endeavour to use images in my election material that reflects the diversity of our society.
* To inform all of my political campaigners about the intent and contents of this Protocol.
* To inform my/our constituents that I have signed up to this Protocol and endorse the No Hate Speech Movement.
Tyrrelstown's new cricket pitch opened by Kylie Minogue's No.1 fanboy in Ireland
Kylie Minogues no.1 fanboy in Ireland opened Tyrrelstown's new cricket pitch along with the Indian ambassador to Ireland. RTÉ heard from the secretary of the cricket club that Tyrrelstown is "a diverse community with multi-nationals living and sports is one of the best ways to integrate them into society."
Separately, it has been revealed that Taoiseach Leo Varadkar wrote a gushing letter to Kylie Minogue on official Government letterhead telling her that he was a huge fan and that he worked across the street from where she would be staying so he could welcome her personally to Ireland if she liked. Kylie Minogue is one of the biggest pop icons for gays in the world.
Broadcast: RTÉ Six One News | 30 March 2019
Diversity peoples meet in Dublin to discuss their ethnic grievances against Irish people
Racism affects all of us (except Irish people). That was the message promoted at a meeting of young diversity peoples in Dublin who met to discuss their ethnic grievances against Irish people while they are living here. One African female said she was sick of being perceived as dangerous. It was unclear whether this was a reference to the 2016 HIV Ireland report which stated that 53% of all female HIV patients in Ireland were born in sub-Saharan Africa.
A Muslim male questioned those who would tell diversity peoples to go back home when for many of them Ireland is the only country they know, contradicting the globalist principle that we live in a global world now, people migrate all the time and home is whatever country you live in at any time.
The meeting was held by the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission ahead of a UN committee hearing later this year. where IHREC will be reporting on Ireland's obligation to bolster victimhood among the migrant population using frames like "privilege" and "discrimination" in order to guilt the Irish people into submission while they are being displaced in their communities.
It is unknown whether the flagrant abuse of the asylum system, the pressure tsunami migration puts on social services and the housing & labour markets or the phenomenon of African gangs mugging children and robbing taxi drivers in Dublin was discussed at the meeting.
Last June, an Irish woman reported that she had been pushed off her bike outside Corduff mosque and chided for being a white woman but it is also unknown if she has been invited to any anti-racism conferences.
Last October, the minister for Education, Richard Bruton discriminated against Catholics when he signed a bill removing religion as a factor for school admissions but only for Catholic schools.
Broadcast: RTÉ Six One News | 30 March 2019
People Before Profit's Ed Fitzgerald explains why he wants Anti-Corruption Ireland "deplatformed"
The People Before Profit's Ed Fitzgerald told PJ Coogan that he and his associates had organised a "peaceful assembly" after it was announced that the Imperial Hotel had cancelled their booking for Gemma O'Doherty's Anti-Corruption Ireland meeting in Cork in order to support the hotel's decision. Fitzgerald said his group had been in communication with the staff of the hotel about their assembly.
Fitzgerald described Anti-Corruption as a group of people with "very harmful" views and said they believed conspiracy theories "around what is called Agenda 21 which is a nasty conspiracy theory which asserts that 95% of the white population are going to be replaced. We're going to have a new world order run by rich Jewish people, embodied by George Soros, which sounds crazy I know and these people want a venue to talk about these harmful ideas."
Fitzgerald says the Imperial Hotel decided to "deplatform" O'Doherty because of death threats staff members at the hotel received.
"The Imperial from my discussion with them, decided to deplatform this group because of death threats to their staff — very horrendous messages that they received — if they did not platform..."
Receiving death threats over not hosting the meeting would suggest the hotel had already cancelled the booking but this point was not addressed.
Fitzgerald said the death threats had been reported to the Gardaí.
Fitzgerald said he himself had received threats, some which he reported to twitter and some to the Gardaí from people who wanted the meeting to go ahead. One called him "commie scum" and threatened that "he'd be culled shortly".
PJ Coogan put it to Fitzgerald that 91% of his listeners wanted the meeting to go ahead but Fitzgerald disagreed.
"If we turned around and we looked at this from the lens that we had at the start of the 20th century, where there was an adoption of no platform for fasicsm...
"now we didn't force anyone to cancel a meeting, we sent the content of Gemma O'Doherty's tweeets, the content of her party-platform manifesto (unaltered, all of these were verbatim from her), the hotel has copies of all this information. Based on that information and based on the threats the hotel received and reported to the Gardaí, they decided it was in the best interest of public safety and their staff to cancel the meeting.
"This did not come from People Before Profit or any other source. I went in myself and had a meeting with the event coordinator the Saturday before. I also had a meeting on the night with a manager...but he came out and actually applauded us for being their in support of our decision to support them and their decision."
Fitzgerald said that O'Doherty could have held her meeting on the side of the street but he believed the reason she didn't was because her views could then be challenged "with reasonable discourse" and that he had a great discussion with some of her supporters outside the Spailpín Fánach who he described as "just very confused".
"And people came in and joined our meeting on corruption, and actually agreed that we shouldn't be blaming Muslims, we shouldn't be blaming gay people, we shouldn't be blaming our neighbours and we shouldn't be blaming migrants and the housing crisis isn't actually any fault of these target groups, and actually it does nothing for corruption if we are fighting each-other. We got a lot of people to agree on that which they wouldn't have had the opportunity to in a meeting completely centred around targeting vulnerable groups."
"Again, the freedom of speech isn't affected because she could still go to a public space and use her freedom of speech so long as it doesn't incite hatred or violence towards a vulnerable group...and that's exactly why she wants a private room because she knows if she appears in public and is challenged on that, she may be in trouble legally."
91% of PJ Coogan's listeners say Gemma O'Doherty's Cork meeting should have been allowed to go ahead (Ireland)
Gemma O'Doherty attempted to hold a meeting in Cork for her Anti-Corruption Ireland platform on Monday but the venues where she had booked for the meeting including the Imperial Hotel and the Spailpín Fánach all cancelled. Supporters of aarious "anti-racism" and pro-mass migration bodies are alleged to have hassled the venues into cancelling on her.
PJ Coogan held a text poll on his radio show on 96FM asking listeners whether or not they thought Gemma O'Doherty's meeting should have been allowed to go ahead. Coogan said he was surprised by the result when he revealed 91% of listeners thought the meeting should have been allowed to go ahead.
Coogan said he didn't think it necessary to have Gemma come on to talk on his show.
Coogan heard that O'Doherty originally intended to meet her supporters at the Imperial Hotel despite the venue cancelling on her and that a group of protesters against O'Doherty based themselves outside the Imperial ready to move to any venue that might host her.
People Before Profit supporters were heard to have been a large element of the protesters but an anti-defamation pro-Jewish group were also in attendance along with Anti-Deportation Ireland associates and the Connolly Youth Movement.
Cleaver-wielding Vietnamese man arrested for arson attack in Clarehall, Dublin
Gardaí have arrested a 40 year old Vietnamese man who was remained in custody last night over two Arson attacks in Clarehall, Dublin.
Footage was posted on social media showing two cars on fire outside a house in Temple View Green.
Gardaí said the incident happened at 12:55pm yesterday and the suspect, who was in possession of a meat cleaver has been arrested and was being questioned at Coolock garda station.
The target of the arson attack is understood to be Chinese woman aged 54.
No one was injured in the incident, which is being investigated as "criminal damage by fire".
The house next door also suffered damage.
The arrested man is also suspected of setting fire to the outside of an apartment complex nearby Priorswood in the Newtown Court area of Coolock before the attack in Clarehall.
Large plumes of smoke can be seen coming from the burnt vehicles in the video posted online and and a terrified woman can be observed fleeing from the house.
Gardai said they were following a definite line of inquiry and believe the incidents could be related to an ongoing row involving the restaurant trade.
What does it mean to be Irish? Tolerance, diversity, inclusion and tea bags
RTÉ's Cormac Ó hEadhra asked a panel of guests what it means to be Irish.
Wuraola Majekodunmi, presenter of Raidió Na Life answered first:
"Well in terms of identity, Identity is fluid and Ireland has really evolved as a country especially in terms of multiculturalism since the late 90s when inward migration came in so I believe in 2019 there is no one way to look Irish. I really express that in my video documentary "What does Irishness look like" that went viral in the Summer."
"We should show that diversity is nothing something to be feared. It's something to be celebrated and we should aim for a more inclusive society and that is when I really think we will combat fear and hate."
Shaykh Dr Umar Al-Qadri was asked whether "having the craic" was central to Irish identity. He said it was and that Irish identity was very much evolving "and I think in this day and age, how would I define Irishness, it would be tolerance, acceptance, inclusivity, diversity. These are the key words that come up when I think about Irishness and of course wearing the green could also be understood as Irishness.
He said his identity was very complex because of globalisation. "I am a bit Pakistani, a bit Dutch and a bit Irish because my parents are from Pakistan. I grew up in the Netherlands and I've been here for sixteen years in Ireland and Ireland is my country now. It's the country of my children so I would describe my self as a product of globalisation.
Asked to prioritise his identities. He said he thought his Irishness was more important than his Dutchness because his children were born here and grew up here and he spent sixteen years here.
Fianna Fáil candidate for the EU elections Barry Andrews said Irishness was a set of values and as members of the European Union, we identify as Irish and European. "It is possible nowadays to reconcile on the one hand your national identity that you might feel proud of, but also your internationalism.
Cormac reminded Andrews of the 2004 referendum when 79% of the public voted to end birth right citizenship as a result of the huge number of pregnant women from Africa and all over the world who were flying in to deliver their babies in Dublin.
Andrews said the reason for the high vote was just because people thought it was dangerous for the pregnant mothers to be taking an aeroplane flight in later term pregnancy. According to the 2016 census, 3.3% of 10-14 year olds were African which can largely be attributed to the period between 1998 and 2004 when citizenship through birth was a constitutional right.
Andrews said he didn't feel comfortable with the vote at the time.
Colm Brophy, Fine Gael TD for Dublin South-West was asked to definite Irish identity from a Fine Gael perspective. He said there wasn't one and he was one of the people who voted against the referendum on birth right citizenship because he didn't think Ireland should deprive anchor babies of Irish citizenship. He said the result of the referendum was "one of our sadder days".
As for Irish identity, he said he didn't think any one country "had the lock on craic or good humour or whatever" and it was the tiny things that made up an identity. He talked to his wife about the question and she said it was bringing tea-bags on holidays. He said another thing that that made up Ireland's identity was being outward looking and open to ideas.
Majekodunmi said the Irish language was very much part of Irish culture and Irish identity but then said that it didn't matter if someone didn't speak Irish and they would be as Irish as someone who did. She said acceptance was part of Irish identity.
Cormac said that as a result of the conversation, he could now define Irish as "something that anyone in the world can have like acceptance or tolerance, maybe a bit of Irish [language] thrown in and people who bring tea-bags abroad. I mean what are we?"
Etain Tannam, Associate Professor for International Peace Studies at Trinity College, said "a lot of the things that you find are Irish for me, you will find in other places. So you can have an identity that it is Irish but it's in other countries too and it's multicultural as well. I do think we define ourselves against what England is or some people tend to do that."
A texter texted in that "we are mostly an amalgam of Britishness, Americanism, a little bit of Hibernianism and a small dash of Gaelic Irishness. We are something of a pretend nation".
The host then asked "Is there a bit of a serious point there that if we can't define what Irishness is, that large chords of society will say then I don't know where I fit in here."
Qadri said that if someone sees Ireland as their home, then they are Irish. He and Majekodunmi both said the Ammendment on birth-right citizenship needed to be reviewed.
President Trump Speech At Friends Of Ireland Luncheon 3/14/19
President Trump Friends Of Ireland luncheon 3/14/19. Donald Trump has said he will be making a visit to the Republic of Ireland at some point this year. During a press conference with the taoiseach (Irish PM), the US president confirmed he would make the trip as Ireland is "a special place". He was meeting Leo Varadkar in the White House as part of St Patrick's Day celebrations in Washington DC. Mr Trump was due to visit the Republic of Ireland last year, but it was cancelled for "scheduling reasons".
President Trump Holds Press Conference 3/14/19 Meets With Irish PM
During an Oval Office meeting with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varakar, President Trump discusses a range of issues, including Beto O’Rourke’s candidacy, Brexit, tariffs against the EU, and the Senate vote blocking his national emergency declaration.
President Donald Trump offered his first reaction to Beto O’Rourke‘s 2020 presidential campaign by invoking O’Rourke’s hand gestures and, apparently, questioning his mental condition.
Trump took questions from the Oval Office during his meeting with Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar, and he was asked for his thoughts on O’Rourke’s campaign announcement.
“He has a lot of hand movement. Is he crazy or is that just the way he acts?” Trump asked. “I’ve never seen hand movement, I watched him a little while this morning, doing, I assume some kind of a news conference. I’ve actually never seen anything quite like it. Study it. I’m sure you’ll agree.”
When asked if he’s concerned about anyone who’s challenging him for the White House in 2020, Trump shrugged it off by promising he’ll take on whoever the Democratic nominee turns out to be.
It’s interesting that Trump would mock O’Rourke for being expressive with his hands when, as political observers have noted, Trump does much the same on a very regular basis:
Kevin Myers: There's a lack of tolerance to alternative opinions — PC culture has gone too far
Kevin Myers will be taking speaking at the Castlecoote House Lectures with a series of talks he is calling "The Dictatorship of The Timid".
Myers says western societies have created a very narrow space in the road where all opinion must exist and if your opinion is not in that space, you are simply shut down.
Last year in an article on the so-called "gender pay gap" in the Sunday Times, Myers complimented and attributed the business acumen of Jewish people to his claim that that Claudia Winkleman and Vanessa Feltz were the two best paid TV presenters at the BBC.
Shortly after the article was published, he was accused of anti-antisemitism and misogyny and was fired from his job. He hasn't written for a newspaper since and blames the PC culture and the online mob. You can read his article here:
Footage released of African gang attacking Irish teen in Ashbourne car park
The mother of the Irish youth brutally assaulted by a predominantly African gang in a the third storey of an Ashbourne car park which left him badly hospitalised has been shared with online webzine buzz.ie. The gang numbering up to 40, had recorded the attack and posted it to
Joe Duffy praises Allah on RTÉ Liveline
Joe Duffy said "and praise be Allah" on RTÉ Liveline yesterday. Joe was finishing a segment on Lisa Smith, the Muslim convert from Dundalk who travelled to Syria with her husband to support ISIS. Joe was talking to her former friend, Carol Duffy, another Muslim convert who lives in Dundalk. You can hear the full segment here:
Broadcast: Liveline | RTÉ Radio One | 11 Mar 2019
ISIS jihadis can't be jailed when they return to Ireland as the govt never made laws against them
ISIS jihadis who have Irish passports and went to support the Islamic State in Syria will not face jail time according to Former army Lt Col Michael C. Murphy (@SITARMS) because the government never made any laws against their activities despite being warned my members of the Irish army.
Murphy spoke to Newstalk today where he made the remarks.
Asked whether he agreed with the government's decision to allow ISIS jihadis to return to Ireland if they have an Irish passport, he said he thinks the government has no other option.
"They failed before now to ensure that there was a law in place to make sure than anybody like this who went and travelled to an ISIS controlled area would face the full law when they came back in such things as a law that says to travel to an ISIS controlled area without a permit would automatically result in a ten year sentence.
"They have no choice now but to bring this person back and of course they are not going to be able to make sure the security situation afterwards is up to the standards that it should be because they don't have the security systems in place to ensure it."
Asked if Ireland should have had legislative change to make it a criminal offence to go and join ISIS, he replied:
"Correct. Many of us have been warning about this for four years or very shortly after ISIS was set up, and knowing that foreign people were travelling to that territory to join them and to get involved in their awful behaviour that it was necessary to have something in place to ensure that people, if they went there would know the consequences of travelling to them and giving them support."
Asked if there was any law they people who went to support ISIS may have broken, he replied
"As far as I know, no. They can bring her back and I would be very surprised — because if she, let's say anybody who went there — you need evidence and we, as the Minister of Justice admitted, we don't have an intelligence service operating on the ground to be able to collect that intelligence and then you need other people to give evidence and they aren't going to be available because where are you going to get them so therefor, this person will come back as the rest will be able to come back. They will probably be detained by the Guards for a short time and will have to be release because the government failed to put anything in place that such a scenario couldn't occur.
Asked if Ireland was good at surveillance due to our history, he replied we were not and that an assassination in broad daylight at the Regency Hotel proved that.
"We're running national security on the principle of what I call BSF — Bluff, Spin and Fingers-crossed nothing happens"
Two high profile ISIS supporters with Irish passports in Syria are Belarusian jihadi Alexandr Bekmirzev who sham-married a British waitress for three thousand Euros to get his Irish passport and Dundalk convert Lisa Smith who married an ISIS supporter.
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'Varadkar has an awful nerve removing crosses from hospitals while handing shamrock to Trump' (Ireland)
A caller to Ocean FM told Niall Delaney called an Taoiseach Leo Varadkar a hypocrite and said he has an awful nerve removing crosses and statues from hospitals while going over to give shamrock to the President of America for St Patrick's Day.
Eilín said she thinks Ireland is losing it's identity in a very sinister way to suit "outsiders coming in" which she likened to an invasion.
"As the constitution has been changed so quickly and so wrongly soon we'll have no identity.
"Our identity was taken off Ireland many many years ago when we were invaded. Now we seem to be invaded in a very sinister way and I think it's time somebody somewhere along the line stands up and says enough is enough because it's very dangerous and very sinister.
"People died for their religion in this country. They were tortured by outsiders before. Now we're starting to be tortured again.
"There's something very, very, very sinister going on and it's been allowed to go on or I think encouraged by Varadkar and Harris and the likes of them.
"Leo Varadkar was elected to represent the people, not one section of outsiders coming in.
"There's enough religious wars going on around the world without tyring to start them up in this small country of ours. We should have far more to worry about. "
"If this is the way he feels about religious symbols and objects and he's going to go over with shamrock to give it to the president of America then I think he has an awful nerve. He's such a hypocrite."
Broadcast: North West Today | Ocean FM | 06 March 2019
Is it wrong to avoid foreign taxi drivers? The Niall Boylan Show
Niall Boylan asked whether it was wrong to avoid foreign taxi drivers on foot of the news as reported by Paul Williams in the Independent that Gardaí have uncovered evidence of a major scam in which "180 non-EU nationals obtained taxi licences using fraudulent PSV applications despite having no legal status in this country." A lot of them were from the Indian subcontinent which includes Pakistan.
The Independent reported that since it was launched, "Operation Vantage has also smashed a major international criminal conspiracy which organised at least 2000 fake registry office marriages here between non-EU males and non-Irish EU females who were paid to participate in the sham nuptials."
'Dissension in the ranks over Ellie Kisyombe is a recipe for disaster for Social Democrats' -Expert (Ireland)
Gary Murphy, the professor of politics at DCU has told RTÉ's Drivetime that the Social Democrats have a bleak future and the history of Irish politics is littered with the corpses of small parties.
The party fell into controversy when it was revealed that Ellie Kisyombe, a rejected asylum seeker who is running as a Social Democrats candidate in North Dublin, hadn't told the truth about her asylum claim to the media.
Mark Tighe for the Sunday Times reported that Kisyombe attempted to claim asylum in the UK in 2011 before being transferred back to Ireland, where she had applied for a student visa. She subsequently requested asylum in Ireland. She had told the media that she had claimed asylum when she had first arrived in Ireland.
Tighe also revealed that in 2014, Kisyombe was arrested and placed in detention in the UK on suspicion of illegal entry. This resulted in a second request by UK authorities to have her removed to Ireland.
She spent 18 months in the UK but told the Irish media she had been in Direct Provision in Ireland the whole time.
Hermann Kelly talks IREXIT ahead of the Letterkenny conference on Ocean FM
IREXIT leader Hermann Kelly (@hermannkelly) talked to Niall Delaney on Ocean FM ahead of the Letterkenny conference on the 9th of March in Mount Errigal Hotel in Ballyraine, Letterkenny, co Donegal.
Kelly told Delaney that IREXIT (@IrexitFreedom) believes Irish people are better at determining their future rather than bureaucrats in Brussels.
Delaney put to Kelly that he held the minority opinion that Ireland should leave the EU but Kelly replied that before 1916, only a handful of people believed in Irish independence but events can change things.
Kelly said Ireland's neutrality has now been compromised because our troops are now fighting for the EU in Mali.
Kelly believes that outside of the customs union the cost of goods will come down for Irish consumers as we will be able to trade freely around the world and while Ireland has received €44 Billion since we joined EU, we have been shafted with an €84 Billion bank debt and €200 Billion taken out of our fishing waters
Broadcast: North West Today | Ocean FM | 06 March 2019
Paul Williams talks about the major taxi scam involving sham marriages on the Niall Boylan Show (Ireland)
Journalist Paul Williams who broke the story that the gardaí working had been investigating a major taxi scam which had uncovered that 180 non-EU nationals had obtained licences despite having no legal status in Ireland, talks to Niall Boylan.
He told Niall that at least 2000 sham marriages have taken place in Ireland and a lot of these were connected to the taxi fraud investigation.
Williams also revealed that one man in the UK would set up hundreds of fake businesses in Ireland for asylum seekers in order to leave a paper trail for authorities. These paper trails were to feign domicile status in Ireland so asylum seekers could make use of family reunification scheme which up until 2015 allowed asylum seekers to bring in nephews, nieces, cousins, grand parents, parents spouses and children.
Two Algerian ISIS supporters had sham-married EU nationals living in the midlands. Another jihadi who had sham-married in Ireland was responsible for the London bridge attack.
Paul Williams said that it took the Irish authorities seven years and a lot of money to deport one ISIS ring-leader who was described as a major player involved in recruitment and a logistics manager. It was all kept "hush-hush" and the courts banned everyone from discussing who he was. He was able to stay in Ireland because he had a son who was born here even though he lived outside the country most of his life.
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Major taxi scam uncovered as 180 illegals obtained licences through fraudulent applications
Niall Boylan discussed the news as reported by Paul Williams in the Independent that Gardaí have uncovered evidence of a major scam in which "180 non-EU nationals obtained taxi licences using fraudulent PSV applications despite having no legal status in this country." A lot of them were from the Indian subcontinent which includes Pakistan.
The Independent reported that since it was launched, "Operation Vantage has also smashed a major international criminal conspiracy which organised at least 2000 fake registry office marriages here between non-EU males and non-Irish EU females who were paid to participate in the sham nuptials."
Dermot called in and told Niall that he left England 30 years ago to come back to Ireland because he saw the devastating effect mass immigration had on communities. He told Niall that he had seen the same thing happening in Ireland for years. "This country is f**king destroyed now. It's gone down the toilet and there is no coming back."
James called in and said that people were highlighting fraud in the taxi industry for years but any time they did, they were shut down and called racists, xenophobes and bigots and every other name under the sun. "There's no politician who has the stones to talk about this and there's no radio presenter that will really do it except yourself and I give you credit for that."
James said the Gardaí ran an operation in Phoenix Park before Christmas and out of 120 taxi drivers stopped, they found one in four were fraudulent. He also mentioned that despite there being an estimate for 30,000 illegals in the country, only 140 were deported last year.
Outrage in Drogheda over proposed name change for Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
People took to the streets in Drogheda to express their outrage over a proposed name change for Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda.
A letter circulated to hospital staff by the general manager read:
“While we continue to grow and expand our services here at the hospital, it is my intention as part of the Senior Management Strategic Plan for Quarter 1, 2019 to change the name of Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda to one of the following:
1. University Hospital Drogheda
2. Drogheda Regional Hospital
3. Drogheda General Hospital
The proposed name change under a decision by the new hospital manager was called “bizarre” by Labour Senator Ged Nash.
Senator Nash said that to change the name would be “taking the heart” out of the town.
“The name of the hospital has a special place in the hearts of the people of Drogheda, it was funded by the people.
Mother Mary Martin and the Medical Missionaries of Mary played a significant role in the building of the hospital in the 1950s and locals felt a name change would dishonor her memory. When a fresco of her was removed from the main corridor in the hospital in 2015, it aggrieved the locals too.
Community activist.Seamie Briscoe wrote at the time:
' The town of Drogheda and it's citizens are indeed indebted to Mother Mary Martin and the MMM's for the wonderful contribution they made, and continue to make, to the well being of the town in establishing facilities and amenities, that would not otherwise have been created, to provide the employment and medical services it has so richly enjoyed down through the years.'
'I implore the HSE and the authorities in Our Lady Of Lourdes Hospital to restore the memory in the form of the images of Mother Mary Martin, her benefactors and associates, to their rightful positions of public acknowledgement in a suitable vantage point in the hospital.'
Drogheda Mayor Frank Godfrey talked to Joe Finnegan about the opposition to the proposed name change. He said the very least the town could do to honour Mother Mary Martin was to retain the name of the hospital.
Finnegan asked whether it was right to show favouritism to one denomination of religion as Ireland becomes a more secular state.
Mayor Godfrey said he disagreed with that sentiment altogether and remarked that anything that's Catholic now, "they seem to be getting rid of it out of society."
"There are a few faceless bureaucrats in Dublin that want to remove anything Catholic from society."
He said the crosses were taken out of the wards and the statue of Our Lady was taken down from the grounds. They attempted to remove a 30 foot statue with a crane but because it was so embedded into the roof, they couldn't get it off. He said all of this was very annoying to the local people.
He said it was locals and others around Ireland who had paid for the Hospital for 2 shillings and 6 pence per brick and it was local labour which build the hospital for free for Mother Mary Martin whom he described as a saint.
Godfrey said they had tried to implement the name change the week before Christmas and they nearly got away with it only that locals got wind of the change and the news spread on the radio so that put a halt to it temporarily.
One protester at the march said "There is no point in changing the name. It's our heritage and it's the Dorgheda people who build the hospital".
Another said "It's an identity thing, I think we're losing our identity. We're just losing our identity to suit other people"
RTÉ continues to promote diversity candidates "aiming to represent their migrant communities" (Ireland)
On The Week in Politics today, RTÉ continued their promotion of diversity candidates in the upcoming local elections this May.
Spotlighted in the show were Labour Councillor Elena Secas, Nigerian Okezie E Emuaga who is running for Fine Gael in Balbriggan and Spaniard Sandra Ruiz, a candidate for the Social Democrats.
RTÉ visited Caesar's babershop which they described as a "melting pot" of mostly African nationalities to hear the views of their customers who told RTÉ that though integrated they still feel like outsiders. One African told RTÉ that he would like to see someone who can understand his background and culture represent him. Another African said Irish people still do not understand the importance of diversity. Only one customer had voted in 2014 but the Immigrant Council and Nasc hope to change that.
Currently just one TD and two councillors have a migrant background.
Bríd Smith of the People Before Profit said only four out of their 60 candidates had diversity backgrounds which wasn't good because the party prides itself on inclusion and anti-racism. Their party manifesto has supported a compete open-borders policy in the past.
Sinn Féin TD Martin Kenny said Ireland possibly does need diversity quotas to get more migrants into power in Ireland.
The ESRI said in their latest Attitudes to Diversity report that 58% of the Irish population oppose Muslim immigration, 75% oppose Roma immigration and 42% oppose European migration but so far nobody has called for people opposed to replacement migrant to be represented in politics or promoted on RTÉ.
Broadcast: This Week in Politics | RTÉ | 03 March 2019
Dublin city kids have been telling Brazilian Deliveroo drivers to "go home"
RTÉ heard that Dublin city kids have been telling English language school students working the gig economy to go home.
Deliveroo riders and other delivery drivers predominantly from Brazil said they have been coming under attack by the youths in the city. The migrants held a protest on O'Connell St today against the racism and violence they say they have suffered while working in Dublin.
One Brazilian said: "I've been told to go back home, this sort of things for no reason basically, just because I'm a foreigner".
Another said "He said you should go back to your country because you're black. You are not from here".
Last week a video of a clash between migrant delivery workers and Dublin youth was discussed on the Joe Duffy Show on RTÉ Radio One.
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IREXIT leader Hermann Kelly on Radio Kerry ahead of Tralee & Athlone conferences
Hermann Kelly, the leader of IREXIT talks to Jerry O'Sullivan on Radio Kerry ahead of the Tralee conference on Friday the 1st of March and the Athlone conference on Saturday the 2nd of March with special guest John Waters. Hermann told Jerry that Ireland cannot be a neutral country as long as it is in the EU and we now have Irish troops being shot at in Mali as a result of our membership.
A local community activist Bec Fahy, who is associated with the People Before Profit Party had asked people to ring the Ballygarry House Hotel in which the Tralee conference took place yesterday.
“This group has been openly promoting anti immigrant policies and has joined with far right groups on Dublin protests. We need to show them that Kerry will not tolerate racism,” she wrote on Facebook.
A manager of the hotel told Independent.ie that the event would go ahead as planned and that the Irexit group were entitled to be allowed to hold a meeting.
He said he had looked up the group after the calls started coming in and it seemed to about getting Ireland out of the EU. “I don’t think it is racist,” he said.
Youth centre would help solve social unrest in Balbriggan says Fine Gael candidate Okezie E Emuaga (Ireland)
Fine Gael's candidate for Balbriggan Okezie E Emuaga has suggested a youth centre to help solve social unrest in the area. The Nigerian filmed himself outside an unused Fás centre in the town to make the proposal.
"In Balbriggan ward, we have issues of youth anti-social behaviour which from my meeting with the youths confirms that it comes because children have no place to really exercise themselves, to play their music, to really have a bond their energies...for youths above the age of 12 going to 17, they don't really have a befitting environments to really be themselves."
Emuaga said he noticed an old Fás office was lying unoccupied and he said he wanted to suggest that it be converted into a youth centre. He said it was a suitable location because it was on the outskirts of the town and the noise that would come from music and creative arts would not disturb anybody. He said this would help solve the anti-social issues in Balbriggan.
In November 2017, around 700 locals protested outside the Garda station over anti-social behaviour in the town but were accused by racism by some callers to 98FM because it is primarily African gangs causing the unrest.
'Allowing ISIS jihadis to return to Ireland serves the best interest of the state' -Dr. Ali Selim (Ireland)
Dr Ali Selim says allowing ISIS jihadis to return to Ireland serves the best interest of the state and will strengthen our security system.
"We all condemn ISIS. However, if someone joined ISIS for one reason or another, and then they want to come back, logically I think if we don't have any constitutional problem to have them back, we should have them back and having them back serves the best interest of the state on a number of levels:
"No.1 People who have joined these people, they have been ideologically manipulated.
"No.2 The problem has social dimension. We need to look into that and deeply into that. Practically speaking we have seen when the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan, the America hailed the concept of jihad and so the Arabia funded people going to fight over there. They fought over there and the Soviet Union lost and it was a dramatic loss for the Soviet Union and then these people after that wanted to go back home, everybody wanted to go to his country. But the countries of these people did not want them to come back. What was the result of that? The formed cells in different places and instead of having one spot where we know the people are fighting for this reason, and we can deal with that ideologically and theologically..."
Matt Cooper interjected: "But what's that got to do with us. What's that got to do with Irish citizenship and Irish people then going to other fights, coming back to Ireland and expecting to be looked after here?"
Selim: "...Basically you don't want them to come back but having them back is going to be something good because they can be rehabilitated, they can be..."
Matt Cooper: "Why is it our job to rehabiliated people who get involved..."
Ivan Yates: "Why should we harbour jihadis?"
Selim: "Well, [Chuckles] why should you not have jihadis if they can be..."
Yates: "Because they're nothing to do with Ireland."
Selim: "No, you say that because you think they are imposing danger to Ireland when in fact these people went thousands of miles away from us, they fought thosands of miles away from us. They did something bad. We don't agree with what they've done and they want to come home but..."
Yates: "But they're treating Ireland like a flag of convenience!"
Selim: "That is not true, that is not true."
"If we are talking about prevention, then we should let these people come back if they want to come back. We all disagree with what happened but again, we have to understand that these people have been intellectually manipulated. If we bring them back, it will give us a better insight. They have been there. They lived with them. We need to find out what exactly they found appealing so they were recruited."
"That is going to strengthen our security system."
Bríd Smith also said she agreed with the Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and the UK MP Jacob Rees-Mogg that jihadis with Irish passports should be allowed to come back to Ireland.
"If we find they're murderers and all sorts of terrible people, then we monitor them or we charge them."
Broadcast: The Tonight Show | Virgin Media One | 26 Feb 2019
Fianna Fáil's Uruemu Adejinmi — Longford’s first African local election candidate
Uruemu Adejinmi moved to Longford from Nigeria in 2003 for personal reasons though she doesn't elaborate on what they were.
Adejinmi says she was never in Direct Provision but didn't explain how she was therefor allowed to move to Ireland.
From 1998 to 2004, there was a constitutional right for children born on the island of Ireland to be granted Irish citizenship so perhaps she secured residency by giving birth to a child here.
In 2004, 79% of voters voted to remove birth-right citizenship from the constitution because so many pregnant foreigners were flying in, maternity hospitals had begged the government to do something.
As recorded in the 2016 census, 3.3% of 10-14 years in Ireland were of African descent which can largely be attributed to the period when birth-right citizenship was a constitutional right.
Adejinmi found the Longford African Network to help other Africans arriving in the region to integrate and contribute to their new communities. She says Black History month was recently celebrated in a local school.
She will now run for Fianna Fail in the local elections for the Longford Municipal District in May of this year.
Published: 15th February 2019 | Shannonside FM
'Kisyombe not legally obligated to answer questions over the veracity of her asylum story to voters' (Ireland)
Social Democrats Councillor Gary Gannon who is Ellie Kisyombe's running mate in the upcoming local elections has told The Tonight Show that Kisyombe is not legally obligated to answer questions about the veracity of her asylum story to voters.
Kisyombe failed her asylum but has been appealing the decision causing a lengthy stay in Direct Provision. Last year, the Irish Independent revealed that government has an undeclared scheme allowing failed asylum seekers without a criminal record to remain in Ireland if they've been here for over five years but it is not known why Kisyombe has not been eligible for the scheme.
Kisyombe has called for an end to the Direct Provision system where asylum seekers are housed in hotels and other buildings around the country while their claim is processed. They are allowed to work if they have received no response to their claim after nine months. Consequently very few are entitled to work.
In Direct Provision, asylum seekers have all their meals prepared for them and this March their monthly allowance will be raised to €38.80 for adults and €29.80 for Children. The Refugee Council of Ireland also calls for an end to the Direct Provision system and wants a portion of social housing stock dedicated to asylum seekers.
Up until 2017 approximately 10% of asylum seekers were successful in their asylum application but the ESRI has revealed that 80% of deportation orders against failed asylum seekers are never implemented.
Last week Mark Tighe writing for the Sunday Times has revealed that Kisyombe attempted to claim asylum in the UK in 2011 before being transferred back to Ireland, where she already had a student visa. Tighe also revealed that in 2014, Kisyombe was arrested and placed in detention in the UK on suspicion of illegal entry. This resulted in a second request by UK authorities to have her removed to Ireland.
The exposé in the Sunday came under criticism from ENAR (European Network Against Racism) who called it "unsympatethic" and criticised the photograph chosen to accompany the report because Kisyombe was not smiling in it.
The exposé came after Matt Cooper pressed her on asylum claim in an interview where she admitted her asylum application was rejected and she was appealing the decision.
Three members of the Social Democrats board have resigned in response to co-leaders Catherine Murphy and Róisín Shortall writing to the national executive and expressed concern at the allegation that there may be some inaccuracies in Kisyombe's back story. The national executive subsequently met and has decided to carry out a review.
In the aftermath Gary Gannon posted on twitter:
"The Dublin Central branch of the Social Democrats have today reiterated their full support for their selected candidate for the North Inner City Ward in the 2019 Local Elections"
Kisyombe told the Irish Times that she did not wish to comment on the controversy.
Broadcast: The Tonight Show | Virgin Media One | 26 Feb 2019
800 year old crusader beheaded in St Michan's church in Dublin
The 800 year old body of a crusader resting in the crypt of St Michan's church in Dublin has been beheaded over night after a break-in.
Archdeacon David Pierpoint spoke to Philip Boucher-Hayes on RTÉ's Liveline and said the Crusader's head has been "severed from his body and taken away." He also said a number of the other mummified remains of other bodies were destroyed and one of the nuns was completely trashed. One other skull was removed from the vault and a coffin in the Hamilton vault was broken open too.
He said it would have taken a lot of strength to get through the door and gate leading to the vaults which wasn't something he thought youths would have been capable of doing.
The discovery was made by the tour guide at 1pm when the guide was preparing to open the church for visitors.
St. Michan's Church is an Anglican Church and popular tourist attraction located on Church Street. The first Christian chapel on the site dates from 1095, and operated as a Catholic church until the Reformation. The current church dates from 1686.
The vaults of St. Michan's uniquely contain many mummified remains. The walls in the vaults contain limestone, which has kept the air dry, creating ideal conditions for preservation.
Among the preserved remains are the six-and-a-half foot man popularly believed to have been a crusader which was beheaded, the 400-year-old body of a nun,, a body with its feet and right hand severed, he death mask of Wolfe Tone and the Sheares brothers—Henry and John—who took part in the 1798 rebellion. The various holders of the title Earl of Leitrim were also interred there.
The church also contains a large pipe organ which Handel is said to have played during the first ever performance of his Messiah.
Archdeacon Pierpoint said he is upset and disappointed that the church has been targeted again by vandals. The crypt of St Michan’s was vandalised in 1996.
Archdeacon Pierpoint said the incident is devastating for the parish and community. He said initially he was "quite disgusted" when he saw what had happened, but now he is "just sad".
"It’s a sad day for the church and a sad day for humanity" that someone would do such a thing.
The tours of the site are being cancelled for the foreseeable future. Last year around 27,000 people visited the church.
Broadcast: The Joe Duffy Show | Liveline | 25 Feb 2019
The Don and me were discussing Ireland's and the West’s lack of, or broken religious identity and the social engineering which has lead to this and some of the implications with Dr E Michael Jones.
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Dublin youth clash with Brazilian Deliveroo riders | RTÉ Liveline
There have have been a spate of clashes involving Dublin youth and predominantly Brazilian delivery riders who use English schools to acquire visas in order to work in Ireland, often for years.
It is unclear what caused the clash in a recent video circulating online. One Dublin youth can be heard accusing a rider of spitting on him and requesting a fight with the man.
Philip Boucher-Hayes standing in for Joe Duffy on Liveline heard from a number of Brazilians who plan to hold a protest next Saturday on O'Connell St against "violence towards immigrants, xenophobia and the stealing of bikes and motorbikes".
One rider who had been living in Dublin for seven months has returned home to Brazil after suffering a broken nose in a violent attack.
Should a jihadi who sham-married a foreigner in Dublin to acquire Irish citizenship be allowed back?
Belarusian jihadi Alexandr Bekmirzev abused the asylum system to move to Ireland and withdrew his claim once he had sham-married a British waitress for €3,000 to acquire Irish citizenship in 2010.
On December 30th, last year, he was captured by Kurdish militants in Syria, where he had been fighting for ISIS since 2013.
ENAR upset over "unsympathetic" exposé on rejected asylum seeker Ellie Kisyombe in The Times (Ireland)
An exposé in the Sunday Times on Social Democrat candidate Ellie Kisyombe has come under criticism from the European Network Against Racism.
Ellie Kisyombe's campaign to become a councillor in north inner city Dublin has been promoted widely across the media. She was interviewed on Today FM and RTÉ and was featured in both the Irish Times and Independent. Her image has also been projected onto the GPO.
As previously highlighted on this channel, after a soft interview with Ray D'Arcy, it was Matt Cooper who first got her to admit that she has failed her asylum claim but has been appealing the decision and this is why she has been in Direct Provision for eight years.
Happy Homelands is turning Green! Critiqued and The Don, two Irish Nationalists, join RamzPaul and Tina for a chat about the situation in Ireland.
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Irish mammy tells anti-racism mob to get out of Roosky
Niamh Kiernan verbally confronted the activists who descended on Roosky on Sunday to hold an anti-racism rally in response to two alleged arson attacks on the Shannon Key West Hotel which was earmarked by the Irish government to accommodate 80 asylum seekers without any consultation given to Roosky residents. The hotel is the only one in the village. Liah Doherty from Roscommon and Leitrim against racism had organised the anti-racism rally which was almost completely unsupported by locals.
Kiernan told the crowd: "We don't want the likes of you coming around blackening our area."
The rally was well attended by the national media.
No national media was given when Roosky locals hung posters from the hotel in protest at the government's plan.
The media continues to promote diversity candidates for local Irish elections
Three diversity candidates joined Brendan O'Connor to promote their election campaigns on RTÉ's Marian Finucane Show on Saturday.
Ukranian Yulia Ghumman is running for Labour in Swords.
Nigerian Okezie E Emuaga is running for Fine Gael in Balbriggan
Bangladeshi Abul Kalam Azad Talukder is running for Fianna Fáil in Limerick
Brendan tried his best to squeeze a racism story out of them but none of them had experienced any racism so that angle was dropped.
Multicultural Day celebrated in Donabate's St. Patrick's Boys' National School
St Patrick's Boys National school in Donabate Celebrated multicultural Day on Friday. 31 ethnicity and cultures attend the school. One boy said they wanted to do something nice and learn about other cultures — they wanted to try "different food like Chinese food and Italian food and German food and stuff like that".
The boys had spent the last few weeks learning about the cultures of their classmates and wanted to show off their knowledge to what was described as a much anticipated Multicultural Day which they've been planning since early winter.
As a result, another boy said they had learned the capital cities, currency and the population of their classmates' home countries.
Broadcast: Six One News | RTE One | 15 Feb 2019
In the middle of the 19th century, Ireland faced a crisis that killed 5.2 million of her people. The most common historical narrative is that the over-dependence on potatoes led to a famine when the crop became blighted by disease. Christopher Fogarty, author of the ‘The Perfect Holocaust’ and many works on this time period, however, joins us today to reveal his work showing how it was British policy to forcibly export, with the aid of nearly half their army, the otherwise plentiful foodstuffs from the nation during this time leading to an intentional genocide.
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Very special guest Christopher Fogarty with Adam Smith and Hank Oslo
Myth Of The 20th Century - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaDp06m5wCPTk6a-67_R-gA
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