- Nov 6, 2015
katie , just on the radio now, the bastards never asked her about god
Down with the Americanisms. In Ireland and Europe we say rubbish not garbage.Down with the christian garbage... is the post about katie taylor or what? ..why dont you introduce abortion into the post as well ?
Iam sure I could find plenty of examples of positive coverage by the Irish media
How many other national broadcasters have the angelus on twice a day?
The Irish times still have the notes for the different denominations
The local rag here has a father Hoban that do,s an op-Ed every week
So show me your examples please
Pro abortion, invasion, Muslim, any of the new sacred cows, would be a talking point for the media and the coverage far greater.Its clear as day the irish media has done its best to ignore her where it can considering what she has done, and it is due to her christian beliefs and her down to earth style.
If she was a pro abortion libtard foreigner as example she would be on every talk/radio show and would be front and centre similar to how they tried push mcgregor everywhere, even though he did f-all in comparison and is known more for acting like a thug off his face on coke and god knows what else.
Olympic gold medalist and now undisputed champion, which is rare and the pinnacle of the sport is not something that happens often.
Fair lay to bray town, they seemed to have really got behind her, and i think these gatherings/home comings force the media to have to at least give her more press then they would like to otherwise.
Obviously there is an issue regards womens sports and money, where the vast majority of womens sports is subsidised by the mens, but there are a few that can hold there own of late, but still are dwarfed by the mens, so globally she would never get the attention the men would in boxing, but this doesnt hold when its the national media that is funded by the tax payers, their actions are clear to see.
2million German women were raped by invading Russians, the 2nd wave made up of Mongoloids and Turkic peoples.I do have qualms on the brutality of it regards women hitting each other in the face like that, that fight especially was tough to watch at times, but then i would be called misogynous or some other crap if i dont get behind it, so i dont know.
2million German women were raped by invading Russians, the 2nd wave made up of Mongoloids and Turkic peoples.
Had Germany trained their women not only to be homemakers and family builders, but strong women who could also shoot and competent in CQB, it would have offered another level of a defensive cordon and barrier, more Russians would be dead and less women raped.
We must never make that mistake again. We must teach our women to be able to defend themselves from being raped and attacked, especially now as we see once again our homeland invaded by hordes of savages, Mohammadans and others with higher tendency towards rape.
We have women walking home alone or even in broad daylight in our towns, and home invasions and our men cannot always be around to defend them. We need women who can, shoot in countries that allow it and who can fight to survive, incapacitate and kill a potential invader rapist and the homegrown variety (Larry Murphy - had these women been proficient and fit, they would be alive and well today, and other women would not have been next on the list, and the perpetrator apprehended far earlier)
We cannot in general afford the aesthetic luxuries and fantasy ideals spouted from behind keyboards - our women and children of both sexes must become proficient weapons of war, because that is exactly what we are at. Either that or we now all die and we find our womenfolk in predicaments of attack and victims, whereas with proper planning and preparation, it would have made all the difference in not being that victim.
I really dont think this is the case across the board, even for the GAA, where volunteering even is dominated by men for training/coaching etc.. in both the womens and mens sports. There has been a drive of late to get women into the GAA i believe, but the GAA has always been different regards money due to the amateur aspect and large volunteering part that goes on at local level especially. Men subsidise sports for women, its a primary hobby for many and one of the few things they actively spend time and money on versus women, its just how it is, men and women are different.Pro abortion, invasion, Muslim, any of the new sacred cows, would be a talking point for the media and the coverage far greater.
As for subsidising women's sports, I do not know.
For example just as many women attend and pay to watch the men's games as part of families, singles, etc, as men.
And then for the women's matches mostly women attend, while they also get advertising, so they seem to pay their way in the GAA. The argument therefore could be made (GAA) that in fact women in general are subsidising the men's side of the game.
And as a sidenote regarding subsidising, women now subsidise men's bad driving, now paying the same in insurance for far less accidents and the greater number of accidents and deaths caused by men's reckless driving. This sort of insurance bs, which came in under the guise of "equality" is pure rip-off scam. The whole idea of insurance is that it is based on lifestyle and past performance, which this policy now completely ignores.
I disagree with your point about GAA. There are women's teams in all counties and at all age groups, there has been women's leagues and champ'ships for decades, it has not had same profile as men. So the amount of women supporting these teams AND the men's teams is higher, as most men do not support the women. Now these women's teams are all sponsored and get advertising, thus it pays its own way.I really dont think this is the case across the board, even for the GAA, where volunteering even is dominated by men for training/coaching etc.. in both the womens and mens sports. There has been a drive of late to get women into the GAA i believe, but the GAA has always been different regards money due to the amateur aspect and large volunteering part that goes on at local level especially. Men subsidise sports for women, its a primary hobby for many and one of the few things they actively spend time and money on versus women, its just how it is, men and women are different.
I dont think the insurance thing is true in reality either.
Women are in more accidents then men on average if you add up all the data per time spent on the roads, men tend to also drive buses, trucks, vans, bigger cars and so when there is an accident, the costs of the accidents are far greater, obviously the fallout from a crash with a bus full of people is far higher then average car crash but they drive far more miles then women do in general, are on the roads longer etc... so obviously they will be in more crashes etc... but not per capita for want of a better word.
So its not a like for like comparison, once you add up the time driven and the types of vehicle they drive it actually works out that men are better then women, regards accidents, but again the issue of the types of vehicles they drive due to the jobs they do does add another weight against men, but women dont want to do these jobs in general so its not like we can do anything about that. Obviously younger nmen driving is an issue, but they get wrecked regards insurance anyways.
I am sure they didn't.katie , just on the radio now, the bastards never asked her about god