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Intersectionality - Wikipedia
Intersectionality's premises have been characterized by some libertarian-leaning skeptics as manifested similarly to religious faith. Notably, for example, public intellectual Andrew Sullivan has argued that intersectionality manifests itself "almost as a religion. It posits a classic orthodoxy through which all of human experience is explained—and through which all speech must be filtered. Its version of original sin is the power of some identity groups over others. To overcome this sin, you need first to confess, i.e., 'check your privilege,' and subsequently live your life and order your thoughts in a way that keeps this sin at bay."[63][64] David A. French also agrees with Sullivan's conclusion, equating intersectionality's proponents to extremist Christian fundamentalists.[65]
Regards these groups, looks like intersectionality at work, for most of these people, i would assume, facts matter not, its something for them to believe in, as some form of dogma is necessary for the masses to function, especially if the the secular state does not fill the void, the internationalists that taken up that role.


Otherwise this looks like the state views property rights as sacrosanct. The capitalist model starts to fall apart fast if people who own that capital are under threat of it being taken from them. There's no way all those landlords in the fine gay party will not fight for a fellow landlord.
Both groups are clowns at best, in the end they are mostly puppets fighting for the benefit of the non native irish.
 
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As an aside on this protest, you cannot have a religion where anything goes, and at the same time have core beliefs.
As at some point those core beliefs will come in conflict with anything goes, which must lead to a lot of cognitive dissonance.
Of course, at any point in time, some groups are more powerful, which in turn creates a potential further weight against certain core beliefs, lesbians as example in conflict with the trannies.
This is why there will be constant conflict and schisms within libtardism, and a further weight towards them creating a complete mess of things or self destructing. The sooner the better before the silent majority becomes a minority.
Open borders is the issue regards their fight, lowering wages and fueling another property bubble.
 
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If you are in bed with big business like our government is, you cant get bigger than the monopoly giants we have here, you will be pro immigration and this is the primary way a government has to easily lower wages, and recreating the property bubble.
Increase immigration lower wages, and the reverse happens if you restrict immigration. You can have the foreign monopoly companies as long as you keep the tax regime they covet, reduce the immigration and they will pay the increase, as the rewards for them greatly out way a bump in pay, and will also reduce the burden of the housing crisis, it would be the change that would make an actual difference, as it is the root cause of the problem.
This is what they should be protesting against, open borders, its the death nail of every functioning civilisation.
 

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We need a mass movement on the streets’ - Take Back the City activists hold ‘anti-eviction’ training in Dublin

Organisers of the ‘Take Back the City’ protests held ‘anti-eviction’ training tonight around the corner from the group's latest occupation, this time of a building on Belvedere Place on Dublin’s northside.

About 50 people turned up for the event and while members of the press were not admitted entrance to the training in Jigsaw, 10 Belvedere Place, a spokesman for the group – Oisin Coulter (24) - told reporters gathered outside the reasons for running it.
“We want all vacant property to be CPO’d (issued with Compulsory Purchase Orders), to end evictions, particularly the evictions into homelessness which are still widespread and are the reasons we’re running this training.”

‘We need a mass movement on the streets’ - Take Back the City activists hold ‘anti-eviction’ training in Dublin - Independent.ie

Oisín Vince Coulter has been elected Graduate Students’ Union President (GSU).


Coulter ran on a platform that encouraged activism on the part of the GSU, in a bid to prevent further increases in postgraduate fees. His campaign was at times combative and confrontational, including politically charged manifesto...
Coulter, a graduate in philosophy and classical civilisations, has a long history of involvement in college life, serving as editor of Trinity News, Correspondence Secretary of the College Historical Society (the Hist), Treasurer of the Publications Committee and Chair of the GSU. He is a founding member of the student activist movement Students Against Fees.


Oisín Coulter Elected President of GSU

Is this the same fellow?
 
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You could not make this up!

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We need a mass movement on the streets’ - Take Back the City activists hold ‘anti-eviction’ training in Dublin

Organisers of the ‘Take Back the City’ protests held ‘anti-eviction’ training tonight around the corner from the group's latest occupation, this time of a building on Belvedere Place on Dublin’s northside.

About 50 people turned up for the event and while members of the press were not admitted entrance to the training in Jigsaw, 10 Belvedere Place, a spokesman for the group – Oisin Coulter (24) - told reporters gathered outside the reasons for running it.
“We want all vacant property to be CPO’d (issued with Compulsory Purchase Orders), to end evictions, particularly the evictions into homelessness which are still widespread and are the reasons we’re running this training.”

‘We need a mass movement on the streets’ - Take Back the City activists hold ‘anti-eviction’ training in Dublin - Independent.ie

Oisín Vince Coulter has been elected Graduate Students’ Union President (GSU).


Coulter ran on a platform that encouraged activism on the part of the GSU, in a bid to prevent further increases in postgraduate fees. His campaign was at times combative and confrontational, including politically charged manifesto...
Coulter, a graduate in philosophy and classical civilisations, has a long history of involvement in college life, serving as editor of Trinity News, Correspondence Secretary of the College Historical Society (the Hist), Treasurer of the Publications Committee and Chair of the GSU. He is a founding member of the student activist movement Students Against Fees.


Oisín Coulter Elected President of GSU

Is this the same fellow?
Another marley arsed little wanker.
 
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