Mark Humphrys is a Snowflake and a Fawning Zionist

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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? ;)
To be honest I'd rather East Europeans than third-world Muslims or non-Muslims because their culture is similar to ours. However the continuation of mass-immigration is to my mind a disaster waiting to happen regardless of the demographic coming as it will just continue to lower wages, keep rents high and push our public services to breaking point, and that's before we consider the effects in terms of our cultural identity etc.

I think FGM is a barbaric practice. If people want to do it in their own countries where it's allowed that's their business, but here it should remain banned and anyone caught doing it should be locked up for a long time then deported upon release.

The law is the law here, not religion, and that's the way it should stay.
 
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Fair play to Mark.:smiley:

He calls it as he sees it - and certainly rattles a few cages around these parts!!!:D
I think don't he "rattled Tadgh's cage" so much as bemused him Tele. The incident I find amusing but it would have been a lot funnier if Mark hadn't cut him off so quickly. I do think that Tadgh's central point is very much correct.
 
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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.
Reading Charles Dickens should cure people of the foolish idea of things being great back in the day.
 
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Humphreys makes on his website a point that he only blocks people for ad hominem and so on. Well, I am apparently an exception. While discussing Irish republicanism he pointed out that Dan Breen supported the axis, to which I asked what's wrong with supporting the axis. No debate here, no response here. Just blocked. Pompous and self-righteous hypocrite he is.
 
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Humphreys makes on his website a point that he only blocks people for ad hominem and so on. Well, I am apparently an exception. While discussing Irish republicanism he pointed out that Dan Breen supported the axis, to which I asked what's wrong with supporting the axis. No debate here, no response here. Just blocked. Pompous and self-righteous hypocrite he is.
Dan Breen didn't support the Axis as such- he was sympathetic to a movement called the Architects of the Resurrection (great name) which was slightly Fascistic and had a lot good as well as not so good in my opinion about them, but were interesting intelligent lads. They did want a break with the Anglosphere and it's traditions which wouldn't be to his tastes to put it mildly. The contemporary book on them is a hatchet job.
 
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The Architects of the Resurrection supported Free State neutrality in World War II though they were very sympathetic to the autonomous Breton government which was allied with the Axis Powers.
 
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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?
Rebel media rarely cover the Israel-Palestine conflict.
The owner is a jew, but he seems rational and more concerned with issues affecting Canada like mass immigration etc.
They were quite critical of the MSM reporting on Syria and condemned Canada's support for the so called moderate head-hackers (which is contrary to Israel's position).
 
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Humphreys makes on his website a point that he only blocks people for ad hominem and so on. Well, I am apparently an exception. While discussing Irish republicanism he pointed out that Dan Breen supported the axis, to which I asked what's wrong with supporting the axis. No debate here, no response here. Just blocked. Pompous and self-righteous hypocrite he is.
Racist, pro Nazi morons are a very good exception!!!:smiley:
 
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The Architects of the Resurrection supported Free State neutrality in World War II though they were very sympathetic to the autonomous Breton government which was allied with the Axis Powers.
They were great folks. They lathered Dublin in posters saying: SIX DIVISIONS, SIX COUNTIES, SIX MINUTES. One of the best nationalist movements for the sake of them being so strongly republican. Unlike blueshirts who were too close to the pro treaty side.
 
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Jesus wept.

Another Nazi fan.:confused:
No I hate Hitler, however history isn't so simple, I see a lot of good in Brittany's temporary resurgence of something like national freedom and I understand the circumstances that they operated in. The Bretons are a people I think incredibly highly of.