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Now it's gone completely NUTS! - Statues of 'slave' girls removed from outside the Shelbourne Hotel.

PapaQuebec

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It would answer Ebun better to be advocating for that mother and son in Dundalk - at the receiving end
of appalling behaviour from racist, feral scum....:sick:
When referring to, or posting about Ms Joseph one should really try to remember to spell her Christian name correctly:

Very few people take the time and effort to correctly place the umlaut over the 'u' as in 'ü'

Thus: Ebün

It's only good manners after all!
 

Anglophile

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Did you now that the Garda National Immigration Bureau used to be called The Aliens Office, back when people could still think straight?
Yes, I know rather than 'now' - and also know that the Jews were ( among other things ) called 'aliens' under the Nazi scum. :sick:
 

Myles O'Reilly

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Yes, I know rather than 'now' - and also know that the Jews were ( among other things ) called 'aliens' under the Nazi scum. :sick:
Sure didn't your own Country have anti Jew laws on the books up until recently, Brit?
 

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The Royal edict of Edward I(the villain of "Braveheart") expelling the Jews from his kingdoms has never been revoked. It just isn't enforced antpymore.
It is interesting that in general in England the people who supported Catholic emancipation opposed Jewish emancipation and visa versa. Both Cobbett on the Left and the Duke of Wellington on the Right who drove Catholic emancipation to victory were strongly opposed to giving Jews the same political rights.
 
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It is interesting that in general in England the people who supported Catholic emancipation opposed Jewish emancipation and visa versa. Both Cobbett on the Left and the Duke of Wellington on the Right who drove Catholic emancipation to victory were strongly opposed to giving Jews the same political rights.
The Duke was opposed to allowing Catholics sit in Parliament but it was made clear to him that any further delay would mean Ireland going up in Flames

- he reluctantly conceded that it would have to happen

A Great General - but a Horrible Reactionary!
 
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