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Self Moderated Reaching out to the silent majority of Ireland

DS86DS

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While we are outspoken in our beliefs here, I believe there is a vast silent majority in Ireland who agree with our viewpoints and those of the nationalist parties founded in more recent years, yet fear expressing those views out of the fear of chastisement and decision. There is an overwhelming annoyance amongst the native Irish people at what they increasingly perceive as a growing threat to their country from unchecked immigration and open borders. They worry for their children's and grandchildren's futures. Irish people are increasingly seeing their lifelong communities transformed within the mere space of a few years by an arrogant and out of touch globalist corporate government which seemingly does not pay heed to their daily concerns. They also see how our welfare system, healthcare system and education systems are buckling under the strain of overcrowding.

They can see their communities such as Longford and Balbriggan in particular become more dangerous and hostile environments to live in by the week. Women and the elderly in particular fear for their safety at night. They see other cultures being given priority to hospital beds while waiting lists continue to spiral out of control with even serious and life threatening conditions left unattended for months on end. They see an education system whereby their children have to sit through classes with disruptive students, who also hold back the rest of the class given their poor command of Irish and English. They also see an education system which is teaching their children values hostile to their beliefs, values and homeland

There are many more examples to list, but I believe that many Irish people are waking up to the doings of the corrupt globalist corporate controlled government which is ruining our country, economic security and the future of our people. However, like in most other Western societies, the majority of people are so browbeaten by political correctness and the leftist propaganda that they are afraid to express their true beliefs given how the Leftist mob controls our society and what's considered acceptable speech in a most Orwellian fashion. People are forced to show a certain politeness when talking in public, or when answering questions for opinion polls. In their own private time and amongst family and friends they are not afraid to speak the truth about the detested leftist Big Brother which runs our society at every level. However, it seems that there is confusion about what the alternatives are. A lot of people still believe that the corrupt FFG parties and their pro-globalist corporate agenda along with the fake opposition of Sinn Fein and Labour are their only choices, and thus many simply give up. How do we reach out to this Silent Majority and show them that there is a way to restore our country, and restore to Ireland it's lost independence and the social and cultural cohesion which globalism and Liberalism has stolen from us?
 

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The so called democratic system will likely fail to fix the issues. As we've seen from FFG and the EU, they are more than happy to circumvent Democratic principles if the agenda is put at risk.

So we'll all wait around a few years as our country degrades, in the hope of the NP attaining control. Even if they do eventually get elected, their leaders would likely be quietly assassinated.

Globalists don't care about our morals and principles. Their plans go back a long way and if knocking off leaders is required, so it will be.

That's what the history books have proven unequivocally.
 

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What happens is the scattergun approach .

Someone mentions Nationalism and the silent majority ears prick up , but then that same someone brings Religion into the equation and a few ears stop listening, they then go on to bring anti homo thoughts into the conversation and more ears stop listening .........the list goes on and by the time they stop talking only a few listen and they are usually crackpots.

You cannot be anti everything...though its tempting.
 

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Our homeland our choice.

Simple message is best.History is extremely powerful as the black and tans commemoration debacle has shown. Due to demographics been as weapon against the Irish in the plantation of Ulster all substantial demographic changes must be done only with the consent of the Irish people.

Consent is a safe ground for John and Mary Murphy to stand on. I've yet to see any substantive argument against it. Let the pro planter crowd explain themselves.
 

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The biggest problem is the controlled Media who stifle dissent and suppress discussion of the Plantation.
There is a silent majority who are appalled at the way the country is falling apart. But there is no Medium where they can express their dissent, apart from blogs like this for a minority.
Should dissent be visible ,it is immediately demonised by the controlled Media as racist,far right .Nazi.xenophobic.
These are weaponised cliché words of Antifa, which substitute for discussion.
Irish Patriot Utube channel and website is bringing out a free newspaper and needs help with distribution, to reach the older generation and give them an insight into the issues and show there is Resistance to the Plantation. Give generously of your time to the Patriot cause and for the future of Ireland and your children.
www.irishpatriots.com
 

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The biggest problem is the controlled Media who stifle dissent and suppress discussion of the Plantation.
There is a silent majority who are appalled at the way the country is falling apart. But there is no Medium where they can express their dissent, apart from blogs like this for a minority.
Should dissent be visible ,it is immediately demonised by the controlled Media as racist,far right .Nazi.xenophobic.
These are weaponised cliché words of Antifa, which substitute for discussion.
Irish Patriot Utube channel and website is bringing out a free newspaper and needs help with distribution, to reach the older generation and give them an insight into the issues and show there is Resistance to the Plantation. Give generously of your time to the Patriot cause and for the future of Ireland and your children.
www.irishpatriots.com
Fully agree Cark baiiii but I'd add:
-- stick to common sense money and secure borders stuff and their demonisation backfires,
-- include fringey stuff like Eirexit, death sentence and anti-gay rhetoric and the mud sticks.
 

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Our homeland our choice.

Simple message is best.History is extremely powerful as the black and tans commemoration debacle has shown. Due to demographics been as weapon against the Irish in the plantation of Ulster all substantial demographic changes must be done only with the consent of the Irish people.

Consent is a safe ground for John and Mary Murphy to stand on. I've yet to see any substantive argument against it. Let the pro planter crowd explain themselves.
I have, against the word "homeland". OMG you're a nazi, homeland/fatherland.
And it works, Patrick and Mary shy away.
Use "home" instead.
 

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Fully agree Cark baiiii but I'd add:
-- stick to common sense money and secure borders stuff and their demonisation backfires,
-- include fringey stuff like Eirexit, death sentence and anti-gay rhetoric and the mud sticks.
There isn't a single Eurosceptic party in Leinster House.
There is a void to fill.
With good argument the Irexit case is strong.
Lots of angry farmers, fishermen, and working class people out there.
 

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There isn't a single Eurosceptic party in Leinster House.
There is a void to fill.
With good argument the Irexit case is strong.
Lots of angry farmers, fishermen, and working class people out there.
Angry in Irish doesn't translate to abandoning suckling teat. The Irish will bawk at any notion of leaving EU and destroy any party who offers it, watch.
 
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Isn't Italy and Salvini the template here? We are now net contributor to EU budget according to official reports although that doesn't factor in our bank bailout debt and interest. Leave the EU/Euro and we dump the debt and still have the money to pay our farm subsidies. This assumes that the Irish economy would keep going as it is - even if it did, the elite would make sure it would collapse - but would be v bad for the EU too. So in the grander scheme of things, how bad? We can't have the freedom and money at the same time. Freedom first then the money later. Make alliances with other small European countries - Poland, Hungary, Scandinavia, etc. UK and USA too of course... Build up the economy from indigenous Irish businesses. Finally make a stand on our own two feet - free of EU and Globalist interference. Sounds too easy I know...
 

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Great OP, and it asks the right question.

Before tackling the question, I think it would be useful to try to identify the issues which are important to the silent majority

My own take is that a lot of people are/remain indebted as a result of the gfc, that people are concerned at the levels of immigration to Ireland, that people feel that the established parties are to blame for the current situation, that working people are paying taxes and getting next to nothing from the system/agencies funded by their taxes, that nominal national debt remains more or less the same regardless of huge level of taxes imposed on working people, that social solidarity of old among Irish citizens is dissipating, that crimes such as manslaughter/murder/rape have become too common place, that the political inertia to try to solve these problems has become ingrained and that the system won't/can't tackle these problems.

Identify the problem. Bring solutions to the problem to the silent majority. Hopefully then change can start to happen
 
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