Mark Humphrys is a Snowflake and a Fawning Zionist

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Is Mark Humphries AngloOftenWrong? Could it be him? Could be.

An "Irish neocon" always strikes me as kids dressed in Western outfits playin' cowboys n' Indians in the shadow of the real McCoy. I suppose Humphries' angle is that he gets good coin because the big American neocons activists like the novelty of a little leprechaun neocon speakin' at some of their events.


What little neocucks like Humprhies don't want to acknowledge is that America is like the Super Generator of World Snowflakism. It'll threaten Iran with some kind of aerial assault for refusing to abide snowflakism and send unstable lot lizard Nikki Hailey to "negotiate". Normal nations are at a loss by to react to these types of antics. It's the geopolitical equivalent of crazy reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes threatening to shoot one of his executives for failing to 'clamber aboard' his toy aeroplane.
 

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Tommy is wrong on Israel but its a secondary issue imo. Anyone who puts the Palestine situation ahead of their own Country's problems is a bit of a cracker.
Myles, I'm not placing the Israel/Palestinian situation ahead of my own country's problems. It is as you said a secondary issue. What I'm saying is that Israel and its immensely powerful lobby in the US, which includes the Neocons, is the main instigator of the regime change wars that have caused the rise of ISIS and the refugee crisis engulfing Europe. These wars particularly in Iraq and Syria have led to the death of tens if not hundreds of thousands of Christians. They first died at the hands of the US/UK military in Iraq and of late in Syria have been getting slaughtered by the US/Israeli-backed Wahhabi terrorists who the West has been using as proxies for their regime change plans.

What I'm trying to get across here is that if you're opposed to refugees flooding Europe as they flee these wars for Israel then you ought to be opposed to those pushing the wars (Israel) that are creating them, just as - assuming most Irish for example are Christians - we should be opposed to the slaughter of our fellow Christians in these wars for Israel.

Tommy believes the US & UK's foreign policies are a disgrace and their wars have sent the Mohammedans cascading through our borders. So a NeoCon he ain't.
Well that's good to hear.

Given that he grew up in the middle of Islam (a brutal ideology that I don't think you fully appreciate Mr Flynn) I can forgive him somewhat for thinking Muslims in Palestine/Israel are the problem.
You're right Myles; I do not see Islam as the threat Tommy, yourself and others sees it as. What I see as a major problem is our European governments being so subservient to US/Israeli foreign policy that they continually support their regime change wars even though said wars have created a massive rise in Wahhabi terror (Al Qaeda, ISIS) and a massive influx of refugees flooding into Europe - many coming through Libya after they all supported that regime change too, knowing as they did it would open up a gateway between sub-Saharan Africa and Europe via Libya.

Supporting this carnage was absolute madness! Our European leaders should be in jail for doing so IMO, as it was a clear dereliction of their duty to their own people. Just think about it; they knew Wahhabi terror would explode due to these wars and knew many Wahhabi terrorists would be free to come into their countries via Europe along with the massive flood of refugees, yet they went along with it.

Of course over a million innocent people died too, but not one of them was an Israeli...

Its a natural position to take if you check out the havoc Islam has wrought on his life and his community.
I don't agree. It is clear who is wrong in the Isr/Pal conflict and if Robinson is as dedicated to the prevention of the spread of Islam and Wahhabi terror in Europe as he would have us believe then he should make it his business to identify and oppose any people taking actions that would exacerbate the problem, not go working for them, as he has done.

I agree with you regarding the double standards of people like Douglas Murray though.
Fair enough.
 

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Myles, just to add: I can see how many viewers of the likes of Rebel Media would lap up the anti-Muslim propaganda spewed here and on P.ie daily by the likes of Anglophile. But he's not worried about immigration in Ireland or anywhere else; the only thing that concerns him is Israel.

He would only love to see Iran destroyed too, a country that poses zero threat to us in the West, and the Lebanon, and he wouldn't care if wars in these countries created ten million more refugees fleeing to Europe. Once the countries were destroyed the leaders of Israel would be happy, so he'd be happy.

People like him play on people's concerns over immigration. They try to fuel anti-Muslim hatred so that more wars for Israel - that would create millions more refugees - are supported in the West.

The owners of Rebel Media are in essence the same as Anglophile. They have their own agenda, and it ain't good for anyone bar them.
 

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Myles, I'm not placing the Israel/Palestinian situation ahead of my own country's problems. It is as you said a secondary issue. What I'm saying is that Israel and its immensely powerful lobby in the US, which includes the Neocons, is the main instigator of the regime change wars that have caused the rise of ISIS and the refugee crisis engulfing Europe. These wars particularly in Iraq and Syria have led to the death of tens if not hundreds of thousands of Christians. They first died at the hands of the US/UK military in Iraq and of late in Syria have been getting slaughtered by the US/Israeli-backed Wahhabi terrorists who the West has been using as proxies for their regime change plans.I don't agree. It is clear who is wrong in the Isr/Pal conflict and if Robinson is as dedicated to the prevention of the spread of Islam and Wahhabi terror in Europe as he would have us believe then he should make it his business to identify and oppose any people taking actions that would exacerbate the problem, not go working for them, as he has done.
You're confusing two different things. Robinson believes the Israelis have a right to a homeland. You can agree or disagree with that but that's all it is.

He has not got any time for Zionism and their spread of war in the middle-east via the USA, UK etc. When I said he thought the wars they've carried out were disgraceful you didn't seem to hear me because you're still ranting about it above! He's totally against that as much as you are! The only thing you disagree on (and I would too) is the situation in Israel/Palestine and who's more to blame.

This "working for them" nonsense again. You've got to take that tinfoil hat off sometimes because you come across as a bit of a loon. Robinson works for a news organisation called Rebel Media. You claim they're all about pushing a Zionist agenda so none of their journalists can be trusted. Any reporter working for Al Jazeera, RT, BBC, Sky, RTE, CNN and all the rest of them therefore cannot be trusted because they're being dictated to from the top as well. Its absurd, not least because if Tommy was part of a Zionist agenda why has he repeatedly called Blair & Bush war criminals and that he sympathises with Muslims who come to the west with anger in their hearts?

So we now see that he does in fact make it his business to condemn the people that are driving Islam here. Yet, again, you are extremely naïve as to the threat mainstream (not just Wahhabi & Salafists) Islam poses to this Country. It has wreaked havoc across all of mainland Europe, Sweden and the UK yet you seem strangely blind to the facts staring you in the face Mr Flynn.
 

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Myles, just to add: I can see how many viewers of the likes of Rebel Media would lap up the anti-Muslim propaganda spewed here and on P.ie daily by the likes of Anglophile. But he's not worried about immigration in Ireland or anywhere else; the only thing that concerns him is Israel.
He would only love to see Iran destroyed too, a country that poses zero threat to us in the West, and the Lebanon, and he wouldn't care if wars in these countries created ten million more refugees fleeing to Europe. Once the countries were destroyed the leaders of Israel would be happy, so he'd be happy. People like him play on people's concerns over immigration. They try to fuel anti-Muslim hatred so that more wars for Israel - that would create millions more refugees - are supported in the West. The owners of Rebel Media are in essence the same as Anglophile. They have their own agenda, and it ain't good for anyone bar them.

 

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Myles I'm not sure the tinfoil hat memes are relevant given what I've said is demonstrably true.

We disagree on the threat that Islam poses. I am against unlimited immigration for many reasons, be it Muslims, Africans, Poles whatever. I don't see it as a problem just because some Muslims are coming too.

Perhaps too much consumption of Rebel Media has made you a bit overly concerned with this one religious group?

In which case Tommy's bosses have succeeded, have they not?
 
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I think this is one thing that we find a lot in generally right wing circles - this idea that Anglo-Saxon Liberalism - in its 19th century form - is the ideal that "we" must return to. Of course, it's very strange to hear an Irish person think that way, but I don't know how Irish the likes of Humphries feel themselves to be. They seem to be very emotionally attached to a fantasy of England and Englishness - which then transfers over to the USA as it was in "the good old days," and from there on to Israel. Even Adolf Hitler has this delusional idea of Englishness.
 

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We disagree on the threat that Islam poses.

I don't see it as a problem just because some Muslims are coming too.
Perhaps too much consumption of Rebel Media has made you a bit overly concerned with this one religious group? In which case Tommy's bosses have succeeded, have they not?
I was following Tommy's struggle long before he was hired by Rebel.

There are none so blind as those who cannot see. I'm focusing on one religious group for a reason.

You're equating Poles with Muslims yet just the other night on RTE's Prime Time we had the leader of our own Muslim community calling for the mutilation of little girl's clitorises to be made legal here. What kind of a Pole would ever want that? And these are the 'moderates' that you say are fine!

You were noticeably absent from that thread. Didn't do a Coppinger on us did ya? ;)
 
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Is Mark Humphries AngloOftenWrong? Could it be him? Could be.

In all justice Telstar 62/"Anglophile" (his anglophilia is about trolling Republicans and little else it has to be said) for all his faults has a sense of humour while as Mark Humphries comes across as a singularly more humourless intensely self-righteousness bore.
 
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I think this is one thing that we find a lot in generally right wing circles - this idea that Anglo-Saxon Liberalism - in its 19th century form - is the ideal that "we" must return to. Of course, it's very strange to hear an Irish person think that way, but I don't know how Irish the likes of Humphries feel themselves to be. They seem to be very emotionally attached to a fantasy of England and Englishness - which then transfers over to the USA as it was in "the good old days," and from there on to Israel. Even Adolf Hitler has this delusional idea of Englishness.
Given how much Ireland from "Whiggery" since it's inception in the Cromwellian Commonwealth, through to the what followed for her after the "Glorious Revolution" which culminated in an Gorta Mor/the Irish Holocaust at the height of "Classical Liberalism" outside of savage Prods on a trolling mission I find Irish who are eager to attach themselves to the "Whig" Tradition very strange creatures indeed.