David Quinn: We cannot have a debate about immigration as long as those who ask questions are denounced as racist

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Spot on.

It's one of the more disturbing aspects of this 'multiculturalism' crime, how the decency and kindness of people has been so manipulated that they're all fighting for, and defending, their own destruction.

Then there's also just the plain hateful characters pushing it.
It's the Bernays strategy to the core - you manipulate people's emotions to their own detriment.
Fascinating to see how easily it works.
 

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Spot on.

It's one of the more disturbing aspects of this 'multiculturalism' crime, how the decency and kindness of people has been so manipulated that they're all fighting for, and defending, their own destruction.

Then there's also just the plain hateful characters pushing it.
I don't buy that.
People are now, first and foremost, afraid. They're afraid to speak their minds, afraid to be out of synch with the mob, afraid of holding or expressing an opinion that's at odds with what is acceptable.

Even journalists, who have contributed so much to creating their own prison, are now afraid to think or say what is verboten.

What you're witnessing isn't decency, tolerance or kindness - it's fear.

It's the sort of fear that convinces normally kind and decent people to kill their unloved children.
 

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I don't buy that.
People are now, first and foremost, afraid. They're afraid to speak their minds, afraid to be out of synch with the mob, afraid of holding or expressing an opinion that's at odds with what is acceptable.

Even journalists, who have contributed so much to creating their own prison, are now afraid to think or say what is verboten.

What you're witnessing isn't decency, tolerance or kindness - it's fear.

It's the sort of fear that convinces normally kind and decent people to kill their unloved children.
It's definitely fear now, but it started out as manipulating decency, and in many ways it's still how the message is being driven into people. Younger people especially are susceptible to the decency message as they grow up/go to school amongst immigrant offspring- and in a lot of cases as the Irish minority in schools. I know a fair few parents who've been called racist by their own children, incredibly.
 

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It's the Bernays strategy to the core - you manipulate people's emotions to their own detriment.
Fascinating to see how easily it works.
I recently posted a video Documentary that deal with, amongst other tactics, how people (Whites only) are being manipulated and directed into accepting, without realising their own ethnic demise. The video has been removed countless times by You Tube thought police , and has amassed a approx quarter of a million views from the time it was first broadcast. The original director and producer is now banned from posting the video on YT , but yet another brave soul has reposted it. I have never recommended a video so highly, as this one, so please view it until the end. It is a short video , but it cover most of not all the anti White tactics being used today , as many of you have alluded to in your recent comments.
 

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Work permits announced for agriculture workers from outside the EU due to labour shortage


There isn't actually a shortage of Irish people willing to carry out agricultural labour. What there is is a shortage of Irish people willing to carry out agricultural labour for slave wages.
 

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I think that is perfectly fine.
If there are worker shortages identified in a particular area then introduce fixed term working visas allowing work only in the activity specified for a specified length of time with no right to access social services, Government services, with an obligation for them to self-fund health insurance and so on and above all with no automatic route to permanent residency.
The same kind of deal that Europeans get when they work in Saudi Arabia for instance.

But once the Landlord and Cheap Labour Régime has cheap migrant labour in its clutches, it will never give it up. Passports for all.
 

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Never heard of her but in the
piece written by Shilpa Ganatra, a culture writer for the Irish Times, interviewing Ms Dabri on her new book 'Don't touch my Hair'. Ms Dabri is reported as saying the following

“I used to think I would never be able to live in Ireland after I left, because I wouldn’t want my children to experience anything even remotely close to what I did. But I have a brother, mixed race also, who’s 17 years younger than me, and the Ireland that he’s growing up in and that my son is seeing is very different to the one I grew up in. It’s changed more than I could ever have anticipated. I think it would be fine to live there with children now.”

Is she now thinking that Ireland after all might be a great place to rear children?

And if she does come back to Ireland with views like those reported in Ms Ganatra's piece there should be a Céad Míle Fáilte in a hundred languages for her from Official Ireland - she will fit right in given her views

“Between nationalism, anti-immigration and racism, there are textured differences, but their origin is from the same place: fantasies about their nation, fantasies about ethnic purity, issues about scarcity and resources and also conflating corporate neoliberal globalisation, and the ills that it creates, with the presence of non-white migrants particularly,” she says.

“Often that’s a narrative that’s promoted by influential parties, so people don’t quite understand the causes of poverty and inequality.

“Ireland has so much in common with Africa and Asia because of its history of colonialism. That shared history should be an enduring panacea against the development of those kind of ideas. It’s disappointing and crap. And it needs to be stamped out before it develops into anything that you see in countries that have a longer history of multiculturalism. There needs to be really considered and concerted policy and efforts to deal with this immediately, and that’s not only through legislation but the media as well.”
 
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