Poll Now Open, Am I a racist?

Do you have any 'so called' racist thoughts

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Brendan Kavanagh

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The Liam Neeson scenario:
We all have seen in the last few days, how owning up to a though, or thoughts, we may have had, while rational or irrational can get us into a lot of trouble.
Liams big boo boo, was to say it publicly, maybe it was a stunt for his new movie or a new book he'll write on the bones of this comment, who knows. I'm sure he'd have figured it out by now, he can only say it once, if repeated he's a true racist or guilty of stirring media hype for personal reasons.
As for my own thoughts, I could 'lie or tell the truth' this I will leave for your judgement.
If I told you my thoughts were, I was a proud Irish man that loved being Irish and loved the ould ways and elderly banter, the joy from our young, loved my history, geography, art, sport, music/dance, the crack, our attitude to life our friendliness etc
If I told you I see what threatens these thoughts and the joy they bring me and those who live in these thoughts. I see immigration directly threatening my people, young and old, history, art, music, who we are and what we identify ourselves to be globally.
Shall I go further to say, I prefer without douth to mix with my own race, religion and colour, as I have seen through the none European Aliens and how they have come to rape my country, as they have in many others.
Who made this happen? they make my blood boil and I too see myself with a weapon in hand, in 'thought' like Liam Neeson, thanks to the leftish EU who now make our Irish rules, my country so fare is bleeding its heritage. We must rise and correct what others have cast on us. Celts have walked our shores for thousands of years in 10yrs our bloodlines are under threat. I hate these alien animals that live amongst us, I hate to see them outside the GPO, in our swimming baths, schools, birthing in our hospitals, preaching in our streets, parasites on the state, the state my race died trying to improve.
Have I lied or told the truth?
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I'm no actor & I certainly have no intentions of writing a book" be careful who hears your thoughts
 

Tadhg Gaelach

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The Liam Neeson scenario:
We all have seen in the last few days, how owning up to a though, or thoughts, we may have had, while rational or irrational can get us into a lot of trouble.
Liams big boo boo, was to say it publicly, maybe it was a stunt for his new movie or a new book he'll write on the bones of this comment, who knows. I'm sure he'd have figured it out by now, he can only say it once, if repeated he's a true racist or guilty of stirring media hype for personal reasons.
As for my own thoughts, I could 'lie or tell the truth' this I will leave for your judgement.
If I told you my thoughts were, I was a proud Irish man that loved being Irish and loved the ould ways and elderly banter, the joy from our young, loved my history, geography, art, sport, music/dance, the crack, our attitude to life our friendliness etc
If I told you I see what threatens these thoughts and the joy they bring me and those who live in these thoughts. I see immigration directly threatening my people, young and old, history, art, music, who we are and what we identify ourselves to be globally.
Shall I go further to say, I prefer without douth to mix with my own race, religion and colour, as I have seen through the none European Aliens and how they have come to rape my country, as they have in many others.
Who made this happen? they make my blood boil and I too see myself with a weapon in hand, in 'thought' like Liam Neeson, thanks to the leftish EU who now make our Irish rules, my country so fare is bleeding its heritage. We must rise and correct what others have cast on us. Celts have walked our shores for thousands of years in 10yrs our bloodlines are under threat. I hate these alien animals that live amongst us, I hate to see them outside the GPO, in our swimming baths, schools, birthing in our hospitals, preaching in our streets, parasites on the state, the state my race died trying to improve.
Have I lied or told the truth?
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I'm no actor & I certainly have no intentions of writing a book" be careful who hears your thoughts

I think it's natural to feel as you do when you see your nation being decimated by an alien horde. Any normal human being would feel that. We have a certain element who, when they see migrants, their eyes light up with dollar and euro signs and they're happy as pigs in shit. However, they are sociopaths and psychopaths. Normal people do not want their lands invaded by alien hordes.

On the other hand, I would resist feelings of hatred towards individual migrants. After all, they have been told that the Irish want and need them. They have been told that the Irish are no longer willing to work - or even to procreate. They are needed to bear children because Irish women don't want to. Can we blame them for believing all of this - when it is the government who the Irish elected who are telling them this?

I reserve my hatred for the ruling class vermin who are betraying our nation for the sake of profit. The migrants are a symptom. A painful symptom to be sure, but a symptom none the less. The disease itself are nearly all born and reared Irish.
 

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It's natural and understandable to resent immigrants whom the regime is using to replace your countrymen. That's not to say it's morally optimum to think in that way. But you can regard yourself as a person in good standing. But perhaps with some self development work to do.

By a mainstream calculus that is racism of course. I'm not sure I'd be too concerned with that, given that the mainstream is itself mad and at war with reality in some very fundamental ways and thus carries little moral weight.

Yours is not an optimum attitude to have though. The resentment you have towards immigrants is best redirected towards the regime.

Perhaps see it as a task to discipline yourself in that way, redirect those energies towards opposing the shot callers types who arranged for this insanity from the safety of their backrooms.

Just my two cents, since you asked the question.


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I think it's natural to feel as you do when you see your nation being decimated by an alien horde. Any normal human being would feel that. We have a certain element who, when they see migrants, their eyes light up with dollar and euro signs and they're happy as pigs in shit. However, they are sociopaths and psychopaths. Normal people do not want their lands invaded by alien hordes.

On the other hand, I would resist feelings of hatred towards individual migrants. After all, they have been told that the Irish want and need them. They have been told that the Irish are no longer willing to work - or even to procreate. They are needed to bear children because Irish women don't want to. Can we blame them for believing all of this - when it is the government who the Irish elected who are telling them this?

I reserve my hatred for the ruling class vermin who are betraying our nation for the sake of profit. The migrants are a symptom. A painful symptom to be sure, but a symptom none the less. The disease itself are nearly all born and reared Irish.
Good point,Tadhg,our scorn should be directed at ideologically motivated NGOs,and the spineless politicians who facilitate them,rather than individual immigrants,most of whom are decent and just want to make a better life for themselves!In fact,the real villains here are our ridiculously homogeneous media,public and private,who refuse to allow any debate take place on issues like immigration,or Traveller crime,any dissenting voices are immediately shouted down,which goes against the very notion of 'democracy'!
 

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To answer the question as to whether you are racist someone needs to define what a racist is.

Because the fact is that In-group-preference is a thing, it exists, it cannot be denied.
In recent times there has been this attempt to deny this fact, an attempt to force people to look upon someone from Burundi with the same comradeship as they feel towards someone sharing their own local Irish ancestry.
But this is doomed to failure as it is going against 50,000 years of evolution.

If this makes one a racist then ninety something percent of the population on the planet is racist.
 

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I think it's natural to feel as you do when you see your nation being decimated by an alien horde. Any normal human being would feel that. We have a certain element who, when they see migrants, their eyes light up with dollar and euro signs and they're happy as pigs in shit. However, they are sociopaths and psychopaths. Normal people do not want their lands invaded by alien hordes.

On the other hand, I would resist feelings of hatred towards individual migrants. After all, they have been told that the Irish want and need them. They have been told that the Irish are no longer willing to work - or even to procreate. They are needed to bear children because Irish women don't want to. Can we blame them for believing all of this - when it is the government who the Irish elected who are telling them this?

I reserve my hatred for the ruling class vermin who are betraying our nation for the sake of profit. The migrants are a symptom. A painful symptom to be sure, but a symptom none the less. The disease itself are nearly all born and reared Irish.
I think that's open to debate. On a macro level we lost control of our country a long time ago, the small number of Irish who are feathering their nest are like deer caught in headlights.
 

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I think that's open to debate. On a macro level we lost control of our country a long time ago, the small number of Irish who are feathering their nest are like deer caught in headlights.

Nationalism and the destruction of ethnically homogenous european states was destroyed by the tragic loss of National Socialism.
 
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