I hear what Art is saying and he has a very valid point. However, your idea of setting up a thread to discuss your video is a great idea imo.Apologies if you feel this way, I did ask the moderation team if I could set up this thread as an extensions to my You Tube channel. I was involved in some debate in the comments section but became frustrated that it was hard to follow a particular conversation so I wanted to link the contributors to this site to increase the conversation on both sides.
Just to clarify.Ah, I see.
It seems this 'Syormfront' insult is popular among you clowns. Is there an antonym I can throw back at you to make it fair?
No, hence the reason I'm opposed to mass immigration.
So you're a racial nationalist as I said, the very thing you claimed not to be. If you weren't, you'd see no colour in this debate.But you're going a step further by stating that anyone with non-Irish ancestry isn't Irish.
My preferred policy is very simple: we take in people with skills we need and we grant them citizenship if they make genuine efforts to assimilate. This is the Policy of the French national front, UKIP and all the main Eurosceptic nationalists across Europe.
Geert Wilders , for example, is actually mixed race (he's half Indonesian)
There's quite a gulf between my common sense nationalism and your approach. Consider the following example to help elucidate my point.So you're a racial nationalist as I said, the very thing you claimed not to be. If you weren't, you'd see no colour in this debate.
I'm the same as you, which was the old rule- why was it changed?Let's say Myles(who I'm assuming is Irish) has a child with a Chinese lady.
Is the Child Irish?
Should the child be entitled to Irish citizenship?
Should the child be barred from certain occupations?
My answers to the above are yes, yes and no respectively. What are yours?
Then why did you reply to my earlier post as follows:I'm the same as you, which was the old rule- why was it changed?
But Chinese couples arriving on our shores and having babies, doesn't make those babies Irish. And it certainly doesn't make those babies' parents Irish. Alas, our current laws covers both.
"Should the office of Taoiseach be restricted to those of pure Irish heritage? Should there be a DNA test to prove racial purity?"
Your reply: sounds good to me.