- Feb 3, 2018
If the media decided to make a long drawn out campaign against foreign rapists, the country would be up in arms about the invasion. The cases of Irish being raped are specific, but a generalised narrative has been crafted regarding the church. The Magdelene Sisters, Spotlight and the Hollywood spin factory are a powerful force which constantly brainwashes the public. The Church used barrel bombs! Headchoppers are angels in white helmets!If the crime of our time was the church's sexual abuse horror, then it would be front and centre here.
Your post seemed to imply it was a comparative issue right now, I don't think it is. The church has been dealt with, the current influx of predators haven't been.
In fact, it's a similar mentality that's protecting them.
scum doesn't change it's spotsIsmahil "excrement" Akinade - the real victim
A tweet by tweet-victim Ismahil Akinade:
"Nothing worse than that losing feelingno game next week makes it even worsetwo weeks to prepare for Finn Harps at home
My reply tweet to Ismahil Akinade, the real victim:
"Being raped is a lot worse, bet rape victims know damn sight more about that "losing feeling" "
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4:23 PM - 12 May 2017
Needless to say my tweet caused that "losing feeling" again in Akinade, who then deleted it and blocked my account. Poor Ismail Akinade he will always live with the fallout of truthful words. Support for victims of truthful words.
Why's that?The GAA were right to ban soccer as a foreign game.
They are awaiting funding and the construction of a multi million Euro home stadium. Hence the virtue signalling.Some graffiti found at Bohs. Someone on twitter said Bohs was an Antifa football club.
Not sure if this is at the stadium but it's from the Dalymount area
Ms Justice Mary Ellen Ring to be named Woman of the YearStanding ovation for Nigerian gang-rapist Ismahil Akinade on his return to Dublin Football Club Bohemian FC
A minute on the field as a late sub meant the world to Bohemians forward Ismahil Akinade as he has battled back from what could have been a career-ending condition.
The striker got a standing ovation from the home supporters when he came on in added time in Friday's 2-0 win over Sligo Rovers, Akinade's first appearance of the season.
He had his spleen removed in February, a consequence of having low blood platelets, a serious operation which almost ended his career.
"Even to play for a minute on Friday was great, it was an amazing feeling to be back on the field again," Akinade told The Herald.
Akinade: amazing feeling to be back - Herald.ie
Not mentioned in the glowing report on Akinade's recovery and return to the pitch is that three years previously, in 2014, Ismahil Akinade was convicted of sexual abuse of a fourteen year old girl in Kildare.
For reasons unknown, the The Irish Examiner and The Irish Times have scrubbed their reports on the case.
However, archives of the reports remain:
Three Kildare men sentenced for sex abuse of teenage girl | Irish Exa…
Three men sentenced for sexual abuse of teenage girl
Details of the case also still appear on the UK & Ireland database for crimes against kids. Ismahil Akinade and the two other rapists, named as Edgar Ojo & Olajafar Adetoro, received a two year suspended sentence for three years.
The three men, who were 16-years-old at the time, on one occasion took turns to rape the girl in a forest clearing. One of them said, “You look like you’re going to cry.” She said she slapped him across the face and asked: “Can you blame me?”
Gda Carney said the girl revealed she had been in pain during the some of the sexual assaults but she let the youths abuse her “because that’s what they do and I had no choice.” She said she was still on anti-depressants, has had suicidal ideation and is constantly discussed on social media.
On delivering her sentence, the judge noted that the sexual offence conviction might “cause them not to get employment, or to lose employment” and that this was punishment in itself.
Akinade was then a Bray Wanderers footballer before signing with Bohemians midway through the 2015 where he was nominated for Young Player Of The Year.
Ismaheel Akinade – Kildare/Waterford
Judge Mary Ellen Ring who delivered the two year suspended sentences for the Nigerian gang-rapists.