'Italian Deputy PM Salvini attended the Dublin protest against the Global Compact on Migration' | Cork's 96FM

FightingForTheBull

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Just who the F is this anti-Irish tramp? Never heard of her, and WTF is it with these open borders extremist cork wankers calling anybody with a different opinion than them fascists??? Do they even know what the Fing word means?????
She's some type of Rain Woman. So in fairness it's not really Her fault that She can be so easily manipulated. They probably didn't even have to show her a brown young lad crying or anything.
 

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Salvini as prime minister of a large country, has far more important things to do than secretly going on Irish protests
outside the dail. This idiot woman should have realised that!! :p

Salvini is a breath of fresh air in his willingness to openly take on the totalitarian bullies of the EU bureaucracy!
Sadly our lot haven't the balls and most are just EU toadies selling out their own people.

Twats like this woman rarely criticise the root causes of migration such as the regime change operation in Libya,
the forgotten wars fomented in the congo and central africa by the west, the backing of jihadist militants with western arms and money , the propping up and arming of vicious corrupt dictators in order to steal African natural resources, leveraged buyouts of resource rich countries through IMF/world bank loans to corrupt regimes with dubious terms and for questionable infrastructure projects etc etc.

If you destroy a persons home, infrastructure and kill their friends family through war, destroy their economy and any prospects they might have in their future through crippling national debt, and leave them nothing to live there for then of course they have no reason to stay... and they WILL be pissed off!

Rarely a peep out of her ilk about that difficult stuff though. Just brainwashed divisive me too fashionable identity politics
of a kind that gets you likes from other NPCs on farcebook or twatter,

She should be attacking Italy NOT because Salvini is defending his country's border integrity
but over Italy's part in the destruction of Libya.

edit: oops!! thanks! Prime minister not President. apologies!:p
 
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It is photo-shopped.

You would almost want at this stage a real Neo-Nazi movement to spring up in Ireland in order to frighten a sense of proportion into the Wiberals.
There needs to be a far-right IRA to scare some sense into these anti-national types. Ireland was always a great country for violence and politics, the two went together like a hand and a glove. We should rediscover that old blood and guts politics which dominated Irish affairs for so long.

We used to have an international reputation for prowess. Everyone knew the Irish weren’t sitting round having pointy-headed intellectual debates, they were blasting kneecaps. Our patriots literally starved themselves to death for Ireland. The fact we’ve lost that tradition in favor of this imported “civil debate” craic is a shame. We had much more international respect when that was our MO, not being the “island at the centre of the world” and marching in St. Patrick’s Gay parade.
 

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There needs to be a far-right IRA to scare some sense into these anti-national types. Ireland was always a great country for violence and politics, the two went together like a hand and a glove. We should rediscover that old blood and guts politics which dominated Irish affairs for so long.

We used to have an international reputation for prowess. Everyone knew the Irish weren’t sitting round having pointy-headed intellectual debates, they were blasting kneecaps. Our patriots literally starved themselves to death for Ireland. The fact we’ve lost that tradition in favor of this imported “civil debate” craic is a shame. We had much more international respect when that was our MO, not being the “island at the centre of the world” and marching in St. Patrick’s Gay parade.
There is not a civil debate though- there is either you submit emotional blackmail into suicidal policies or you are a inch away from Adolf Hitler debate. At least as regards the mainstream media and mainstream politics.
 

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There is not a civil debate though- there is either you submit emotional blackmail into suicidal policies or you are a inch away from Adolf Hitler debate. At least as regards the mainstream media and mainstream politics.
I mean more the tactic of the nationalists to engage in this American style “debate” backed with “facts” and “statistics” against enemies. We used to back our arguments with Molotov cocktails and bullets. “No free speech for traitors” wasn’t that the old line?
 

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I mean more the tactic of the nationalists to engage in this American style “debate” backed with “facts” and “statistics” against enemies. We used to back our arguments with Molotov cocktails and bullets. “No free speech for traitors” wasn’t that the old line?
Peadar O Donnell, A Socialist Republican, came up with that line -- specifically referring to Eoin O Duffy's blueshirts.

The only people who use that line today are the likes of Eirigi and other Republican "Anti-Fascist" types.
 

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Peadar O Donnell, A Socialist Republican, came up with that line -- specifically referring to Eoin O Duffy's blueshirts.

The only people who use that line today are the likes of Eirigi and other Republican "Anti-Fascist" types.
Well, as Trump said “I want to be associated with people who made good quotes”! The fact is the logic behind it is true. Ironic the traitors themselves in the Mickey-mouse rump group éirigi have the gall to call anyone else traitors.

As for O’Duffy, he was just replaying the civil war for the most part and in the 30s it was the done thing to put on a coloured shirt and raise your hand in the air. O’duffy was the IRA Chief of Staff in 1922, and he was putting the IRA in touch with the Nazis during the 40s.
 
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