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Outrage at Kilkenny mosque meeting

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The Kilkenny Journal
on Thursday
ONE OF THE FIERCEST MEETINGS SINCE THE CIVIL WAR!
by Michael McGrath, photojournalist, on-the-spot report.
The mosque meeting over in O'Loughlin's Club last evening was one of the most ferocious encounters in Kilkenny since the civil war...
FFS, look what the cat dragged in.
Or reading his "on-the-spot report", the cat that got the cream.
Well it seems that Michael McGrath's time has come. 'Photojournalist' now, that's a new one.
From reading his report, the fellows McGrath managed to round up didn't even have the courage to say what was their actual problem.
For example, they didn't have the courage to raise in the discussion anything about say the dark face of Islamism that may comprise a reasonable fear.
No, instead it was, "... Eugene McGuinness countered that his objections were on behalf of local people in negative equity with mortgages to pay and now the mosque would be the final blow to them, he kept pointing out that the issue is not religion but the lesser quality of life under the mosque...".
I really hate that poor mouth shit. Fucking peasant minded childish, deceitful, stoical, mean, greedy, self-centred bullshit...
See it got a good reception on here though.
 

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Twenty years ago I was classed as middle of the road liberal now some would consider me extreme right wing and the funny part of it all is nothing has changed in me at all but society itself has had a self lobotomy.
more like yr ALT-Truth.
 
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FFS, look what the cat dragged in.
Or reading his "on-the-spot report", the cat that got the cream.
Well it seems that Michael McGrath's time has come. 'Photojournalist' now, that's a new one.
From reading his report, the fellows McGrath managed to round up didn't even have the courage to say what was their actual problem.
For example, they didn't have the courage to raise in the discussion anything about say the dark face of Islamism that may comprise a reasonable fear.
No, instead it was, "... Eugene McGuinness countered that his objections were on behalf of local people in negative equity with mortgages to pay and now the mosque would be the final blow to them, he kept pointing out that the issue is not religion but the lesser quality of life under the mosque...".
I really hate that poor mouth shit. Fucking peasant minded childish, deceitful, stoical, mean, greedy, self-centred bullshit...
See it got a good reception on here though.
Yeah Roc i'm with you on this one. The gutless fuckers should have said this is our homeland and we don't do White/holocaust guilt and then pointed out the rape gangs all over England that are part of the multi cult package.
 

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FFS, look what the cat dragged in.
Or reading his "on-the-spot report", the cat that got the cream.
Well it seems that Michael McGrath's time has come. 'Photojournalist' now, that's a new one.
From reading his report, the fellows McGrath managed to round up didn't even have the courage to say what was their actual problem.
For example, they didn't have the courage to raise in the discussion anything about say the dark face of Islamism that may comprise a reasonable fear.
No, instead it was, "... Eugene McGuinness countered that his objections were on behalf of local people in negative equity with mortgages to pay and now the mosque would be the final blow to them, he kept pointing out that the issue is not religion but the lesser quality of life under the mosque...".
I really hate that poor mouth shit. Fucking peasant minded childish, deceitful, stoical, mean, greedy, self-centred bullshit...
See it got a good reception on here though.
McGrath tells the Truth, which is more than the others will do. A Mosque creates a 'Community Within a Community', & generally brings a proliferation of bookshops to the area, then Irish natives move out.., more muslims move closer..., pubs in the area close...., & Ireland would be used as a Vassal State, no need to mix into Irish Culture. They can live Segregated lives within their own Campus. which is what they actually Want. The end game is always about Segregation, Domination & the spread of Islam. They always play the victim until they're in a safe enough position to become bolder & demand more. Then there's the 'Funding'... I agree with you, they should of dug deeper for the meeting, found the vocab, & said real Truths.
 
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FFS, look what the cat dragged in.
Or reading his "on-the-spot report", the cat that got the cream.
Well it seems that Michael McGrath's time has come. 'Photojournalist' now, that's a new one.
From reading his report, the fellows McGrath managed to round up didn't even have the courage to say what was their actual problem.
For example, they didn't have the courage to raise in the discussion anything about say the dark face of Islamism that may comprise a reasonable fear.
No, instead it was, "... Eugene McGuinness countered that his objections were on behalf of local people in negative equity with mortgages to pay and now the mosque would be the final blow to them, he kept pointing out that the issue is not religion but the lesser quality of life under the mosque...".
I really hate that poor mouth shit. Fucking peasant minded childish, deceitful, stoical, mean, greedy, self-centred bullshit...
See it got a good reception on here though.
The only differences I see between Ireland4Israel and Michael McGrath is that he is relatively more honest and is less objectively dangerous, morally they are the same. Note roc_'s talk of peasant as an insult- the Pharisees drove peasants out of Rabbinic Judaism and classical Rabbinic Judaism had an especial loathing for the peasant which doesn't find an equivalent in any other culture.

"An American propagandist of Rationalism who had come to doubt his position asked advice of Martineau. At Martineau's suggestion he spent respectively six months among the Catholic peasantry of Westphalia (that milieu of traditional Catholic piety of which Wust speaks in this essay and which surrounded his own childhood), and six further months among the rationalist medical students of Berlin. He reported from the former ignorance, roughness, superstition, bigotry but in the face of the fundamental realities of life "a depth of insight, an assurance of action, an at-homeness of conviction, a magnificent swiftness, purity and massiveness"; from the latter "wide knowledge, polish, suppleness of mind, tolerance" but in the face of those same realities "the nimble "enlightened" students were utterly helpless, without insight, action, conviction of any kind"".

E.I. Watkin in the introduction to the Crisis in the West by Peter Wust.

The happiest people in Ireland according to an official survey are elderly rural people- riddle me that roc_ if being a peasant is such a horrible thing to be.
 
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FFS, look what the cat dragged in.
Or reading his "on-the-spot report", the cat that got the cream.
Well it seems that Michael McGrath's time has come. 'Photojournalist' now, that's a new one.
From reading his report, the fellows McGrath managed to round up didn't even have the courage to say what was their actual problem.
For example, they didn't have the courage to raise in the discussion anything about say the dark face of Islamism that may comprise a reasonable fear.
No, instead it was, "... Eugene McGuinness countered that his objections were on behalf of local people in negative equity with mortgages to pay and now the mosque would be the final blow to them, he kept pointing out that the issue is not religion but the lesser quality of life under the mosque...".
I really hate that poor mouth shit. Fucking peasant minded childish, deceitful, stoical, mean, greedy, self-centred bullshit...
See it got a good reception on here though.

People are afraid to just say they don't want their Christian communities invaded by Islam. They are afraid because the Régime media will target them. Now, you might say they should just tell the Régime to fuck right off with their Population Replacement Agenda 2040, but ordinary people don't generally have the intellectual resources to do that. Either they make their complaint in a round about fashion - or they do as you do, i.e. sheepishly accept and follow Régime ideology.
 

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Wex are you going on the march to Twitter's HQ with Tommy on the May bank holiday?
110 per cent yes.
Hope it will be as much fun as the Speakers Corner day out !!
Just found there is another "event" at Speakers Corner today, Im all up for attending the odd rally but its now starting to sound like a full time job attending them all. Ive only read a tweet about todays one.

 

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Honestly Myles you should really start to re-consider the whole Tommy Robinson thing.....

https://apfeurope.com/2016/03/the-z...n-nationalism-and-the-mohammad-cartoons-plot/
Just looked at your first link and its nothing more than a rant by one of the unashamed racists that Robinson has openly opposed since day 1.
Nick Griffin is mad as hell that someone who condemns much of what Griffin says has become a hundred times more popular than Griffin ever was.
If Griffin wants to discredit Robinson he should come out in support of him. That would be a hammer blow to Robinsons credibility and popularity.
 

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Just looked at your first link and its nothing more than a rant by one of the unashamed racists that Robinson has openly opposed since day 1.
Nick Griffin is mad as hell that someone who condemns much of what Griffin says has become a hundred times more popular than Griffin ever was.
If Griffin wants to discredit Robinson he should come out in support of him. That would be a hammer blow to Robinsons credibility and popularity.

Tommy Robinson is basically an entertainer these days - like Alex Jones.
 

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Tommy Robinson is basically an entertainer these days - like Alex Jones.
If you mean he is charismatic and engaging you meaning people want to listen to him you are correct.
These are essential requirements for anyone looking to red pill mass numbers of people which is what Robinson has done in the last few years.
I mean the breath of people who now defer to him is amazing, eg Red Pill Phill the black guy youtuber or that middle aged White women who broadcast videos of herself confronting Muslims turning up to pray in Speakers corner a couple of weeks ago with the result that the Police have now started to reluctantly enforce the law they had previously waived which states that no Prayer groups are allowed at Speakers corner meaning those Muslims have not been allowed to congregate since.

Thats two random people from totally different strata of society who refer to Robinbson as a key influence.
 

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Nick Griffin says Tommy's a traitor and that's a reason to turn against him? LOL!

You're a few years behind RE the second link Miss. Tommy left Quilliam when he realised that it was a joke. Majid Nawaz called him a far right extremist the other day. So you have the actual Neo Nazi far right and Muslims both attacking Tommy. He must be doing something right.

(It says something about the 3 that "liked" your post too embarrassedreally)
 
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Tommy has a lot of skeletons in the closet, like everyone else, and half the muslim topics end in talking about him.

The rte radio 1 will talk about the kilkenny thing soon, im expecting a lot of wacists accusations from the lugenpress.
 
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Tommy Robinson = Judas goat
How is he a Judas goat? I dislike the chap but he has always been relatively consistent. He is certainly though a tool of Zionist war mongers however I don't think he has the intelligence to realize that being so is being bad for Britain (and Mother Europe as a whole).
 
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Tommy has a lot of skeletons in the closet, like everyone else, and half the muslim topics end in talking about him.

The rte radio 1 will talk about the kilkenny thing soon, im expecting a lot of wacists accusations from the lugenpress.
Robinson is not charismatic enough to be the political force needed to change public opinion in England and more to the point here in Ireland about the foolishness of embracing multiculturalism and all the joys associated with this plague.

He is at best a vocal foot soldier who in the future may end up as a handy political prisoner or a dead hero to the cause.
 
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Nick Griffin says Tommy's a traitor and that's a reason to turn against him? LOL!

You're a few years behind RE the second link Miss. Tommy left Quilliam when he realised that it was a joke. Majid Nawaz called him a far right extremist the other day. So you have the actual Neo Nazi far right and Muslims both attacking Tommy. He must be doing something right.

(It says something about the 3 that "liked" your post too embarrassedreally)
I'm ambiguous about Nick Griffin but he isn't an actual "Neo-Nazi" (why that would be a problem for someone who had Hitler in their avatar and waxes lyrical about the dangers of "Mud Sharks" isn't entirely apparent to me), and in fact he was part of the actual intelligent and disciplined wing of the National Front that critiqued not just Neo-Nazis but Hitler himself very heavily. There are a lot of valid criticisms that could be made against Nick Griffin (he continuing to pal around with Jim Dowson for one- which is a big issue) but at the same time he is a very bright man with an immense amount of knowledge and the ability to use it. Often he has interesting things to say which is more than can be said for Tommy.