The Celtic Peoples Party

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The Celtic People’s Party of Ireland is a political organization committed to preserving and promoting our Celtic culture and people. We believe in equal rights for all the Peoples of mankind, including the Celtic people. We do not advocate anything for European/Celtic people that we would not freely grant to ALL other peoples. In fact the same rights we advocate for Celtic people also apply to the Jewish people in Israel, the Palestinian people in occupied Palestine, the Tibetan people in Tibet, etc. We support self-determination, freedom, and self-preservation for all peoples.

The Celtic People of Ireland have seen in the past twenty years huge change foisted upon them by the main political parties. These parties, Fianna Fail, Fine Gael, labour and Sinn Fein do not represent the Celtic People of Ireland. How can they when they take donations from national and non-national multi-millionaires more concerned with increasing

The planned genocide of the Celtic People of Ireland

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Earnán Ó Maille

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Figure A - Scotland during the Roman occupation.

The problem with the views expressed by Mr O'Neill, is that they are historically inaccurate, and the Celtic people who inhabited the Highland area to the left of the Roman fortresses (Figure A) do in fact share a common history with Africans, as they were transported to the Caribbean during the exact same period that the Ashanti people were walking through the Door of No Return in Goreé, in their tens of thousands.




Figure B - An Dál Riata

The hunting grounds of the Highland Clans stretched as far as the O'Neill lands (Figure B), and the ruins of the O'Neill castle in Dungannon is proof of that fact. The British Army understood its importance, and hence why they hung the Butchers Apron from its walls. The British always had a great sense of humor, I'll give them that much, since the days when they stuck O'Rourke's head on a spike on the road to Dublin, as a reminder to everyone else of what would happen if they took to the mountains and hills with the O'Connors. The O'Connor Clan are another Clan like the North East of Ireland and North West of Scotland Clans who also share a common history with the Ashanti tribe amongst others. In historical terms, they are as important as the Lemba people of South Africa, and the Falasha Jews of Ethiopia, as they were the 1st slaves to be transported from the Caribbean to South Carolina.

O'Neill's understanding of Gaelic society must be very limited, as the geilfine family system wasn't designed to cater for the type of racially pure society he is advocating. He has dismissed Africans as a collective, and ridiculed them as an illiterate people without book, but Gaelic family history was entirely dependent on the oral tradition, because the written word did not exist. Although modern science hasn't thus far tested the claims of Haile Selassie, to be the 225th living descendant of King Solomon & Queen Sheeba, it has vindicated the claims of the Lemba tribe that they came from a place called 'Sena', which translates as Egypt, Ethiopia, Israel or Yemen, and they have the Cohen gene. In other words, if O'Neill wants to dismiss the Africans as an illiterate people without book, he must also dismiss what he calls his Celtic history.
 
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Figure A - Scotland during the Roman occupation.

The problem with the views expressed by Mr O'Neill, is that they are historically inaccurate, and the Celtic people who inhabited the Highland area to the left of the Roman fortresses (Figure A) is that they do in fact share a common history with Africans, as they were transported to the Caribbean during the exact same period that the Ashanti people were walking through the Door of No Return in Goreé, in their tens of thousands.




Figure B - An Dál Riata

The hunting grounds of the Highland Clans stretched as far as the O'Neill lands (Figure B), and the ruins of the O'Neill castle in Dungannon is proof of that fact. The British Army understood its importance, and hence why they hung the Butchers Apron from its walls. The British always had a great sense of humor, I'll give them that much, since the days when they stuck O'Rourke's head on a spike on the road to Dublin, as a reminder to everyone else of what would happen if they took to the mountains and hills with the O'Connors. The O'Connor Clan are another Clan like the North East of Ireland and North West of Scotland Clans who also share a common history with the Ashanti tribe amongst others. In historical terms, they are as important as the Lemba people of South Africa, and the Falasha Jews of Ethiopia, as they were the 1st slaves to be transported from the Caribbean to South Carolina.

O'Neill's understanding of Gaelic society must be very limited, as the geilfine family system wasn't designed to cater for the type of racially pure society he is advocating. He has dismissed Africans as a collective, and ridiculed them as an illiterate people without book, but Gaelic family history was entirely dependent on the oral tradition, because the written word did not exist. Although modern science hasn't thus far tested the claims of Haile Selassie, to be the 225th living descendant of King Solomon & Queen Sheeba, it has vindicated the claims of the Lemba tribe that they came from a place called 'Sena', which translates as Egypt, Ethiopia, Israel or Yemen, and they have the Cohen gene. In other words, if O'Neill wants to dismiss the Africans as an illiterate people without book, he must also dismiss what he calls his Celtic history.

You are very well attributed with Irish history, good to see, thanks.
 

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Well, this seems to be a little micro-party some fellows have set up because they are frustrated by political correctness. I think I remember them feuding with the Identity Ireland crowd some time last year - so they certainly are very Irish. I do like the branded polo-necks mind you.
 

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You are very well attributed with Irish history, good to see, thanks.
Have the Celtic People's Party any history in campaigning on any of the issues that they have raised?

- The Irish Language

- The homeless

- Abuse victims

- Addiction

- Suicide

No. Everyone is entitled to Free Speech, but Mr O'Neill and Co would have to deliver more than soundbites in an election, and the 1st problem he would face is that he will be met with a chorus of condemnation from every abuse, suicide, addiction and homelessness organisation in Ireland. I can't imagine many Irish Language organisations entertaining them either, but even if they did, that's hardly a large voting bloc.
 

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Well, this seems to be a little micro-party some fellows have set up because they are frustrated by political correctness. I think I remember them feuding with the Identity Ireland crowd some time last year - so they certainly are very Irish. I do like the branded polo-necks mind you.
I dunno. Let's call a spade a spade. He's addressing a London audience. White supremacist groups in England have been controlled by the Special Demonstrations Squad since the 1960's, as have their opposites in the various Anti-Racist groups such as Youth Against Racism in Europe, which was a front for the Socialist Party, also known as the Anti-Austerity Alliance. I'm not casting aspersions on the character of everyone who has been involved in the Socialist Party's since the 1960's, but the bottom line is that the treasurer of Youth Against Racism in Europe was an Intelligence Officer for the State, and his role was to collect Intelligence in order to sabotage the potential promotion of Red Devils, Republicans or Socialists in the unions, or anyone who wasn't going to bend the knee, particularly during the Thatcher era.

During the Brexit Referendum the SDS apparently had some bird with Nazi tattoo's on her tits, which were false, moving around all of the various campaign stalls. The idea being that the Brexit campaigners would look stupid. When I look at Mr O'Neill, he reminds me of the bird with the false Nazi tattoo's.
 

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I dunno. Let's call a spade a spade. He's addressing a London audience. White supremacist groups in England have been controlled by the Special Demonstrations Squad since the 1960's, as have their opposites in the various Anti-Racist groups such as Youth Against Racism in Europe, which was a front for the Socialist Party, also known as the Anti-Austerity Alliance. I'm not casting aspersions on the character of everyone who has been involved in the Socialist Party's since the 1960's, but the bottom line is that the treasurer of Youth Against Racism in Europe was an Intelligence Officer for the State, and his role was to collect Intelligence in order to sabotage the potential promotion of Red Devils, Republicans or Socialists in the unions, or anyone who wasn't going to bend the knee, particularly during the Thatcher era.

During the Brexit Referendum the SDS apparently had some bird with Nazi tattoo's on her tits, which were false, moving around all of the various campaign stalls. The idea being that the Brexit campaigners would look stupid. When I look at Mr O'Neill, he reminds me of the bird with the false Nazi tattoo's.
I don't think the CPP is a sock for the state. Unless there's concrete revelations, I don't intrude the accusation of state sock puppetry into my thinking. I think the problem lies more in that we're seeing a species of frustrated albeit sincere type whose politics have been incubated largely online and when they manifest themselves offline speak a bizarre internet language that assaults the senses. Also, they seem to be acting out more of a hodgepodge of what a "far right" party is stereotypically supposed to be, rather than developing a unique party program from the crucible of any kind of deep analysis. As for O'Neill, he reminds me of a golfer or a 9 ball pool player. But that's probably a bias unique to myself.
 

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You are very well attributed with Irish history, good to see, thanks.

At 4 minutes in there's a story about a Highlander who was killed for entertainment, after he had been captured and sold into slavery by the Romans.



There was an estimated 30,000 Roman troops stationed at Inchtuthil alone, but the Romans still couldn't conquer the Highland Clans. If someone was insane enough to try and rewind the clock and implement O'Neill's theory on deportation, why would the Irish and the Scottish want to deport 1,500,000 Indians to India, 1,000,000 Pakistani's to Pakistan and 750,000 Jamaicans to the Caribbean, on behalf of the Roman-Saxon English long noses?
 

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I don't think the CPP is a sock for the state.


They have no track record on anti-homeless campaigns, anti-sex abuse campaigns, anti-suicide campaigns or even pro-language campaigns. An outsider with a limited knowledge of Ireland, will make an obvious connection between the Racist views being openly promoted by O'Neill and Physical Force Republicanism.

One of their predecessors were linked to an alleged micro-group of Republican Dissidents allegedly operating around the border. They have Special Demonstrations Squad stamped all over them.

That would be considered treason in some countries. As a matter of fact Ernst Blythe wrote an infamous article for An t-Óglach in 1918 calling for the execution of anyone who collaborated with the enemy. O'Neill can count his lucky stars that we live in times of peace.
 

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I don't think the CPP is a sock for the state. Unless there's concrete revelations, I don't intrude the accusation of state sock puppetry into my thinking.




Britain: Observer exposes police spy in the Socialist Party - World ...


FFS They've even named their posters Fuhrer-ious! :rolleyes:

As for the alleged support of the CPP for the Anti-Water Charges Campaign, the same treasurer of the aforementioned Anti-Racist group, was also a treasurer in the Anti-Water Charges Campaign. :rolleyes:
 
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