- May 12, 2018
Superb analysis of the current situation in Ireland from a fairly new YouTuber The Green Room.
Not only did they they remove the Irish Language, they removed the Christmas Message. Maybe the non Christian planters felt uncomfortable and lobbied the capitalists. Maybe the capitalists who sell Christmas gifts to Christians for huge profit are not even Christian.
They got the statue of Mary shrine removed from O'Connell street down a side street next to the taxis. Taximen told me, muslims had smashed one of the windows on it.Not only did they they remove the Irish Language, they removed the Christmas Message. Maybe the non Christian planters felt uncomfortable and lobbied the capitalists. Maybe the capitalists who sell Christmas gifts to Christians for huge profit are not even Christian.
She makes an excellent point in the beginning about the replacement of the traditional Christmas lights on Grafton street, and how this seemingly insignificant matter embodies a much bigger problem. I was f**king raging when I found out what they’d done.
Yes, the acknowledgement of Capitalism as the main source of our problems is a great thing and shows a maturity of thinking on behalf of the young Nationalists.One of the things I like about this new emerging Irish right is that there seems to be a general recognition of capitalist system, not communism or socialism as the main cause our woes. We’re starting to see have foundations of a genuine nationalist movement, not a kosher controlled opposition like what we see in America and some other European countries.
While the rise of artisan producers is welcomed the parallel is the corporatisation of food production in Ireland as can be seen with Kerry Group and Greencore, led of course by S. Covneys bro.Vulture or Disaster Capitalism is most definitely the source of our problems, however, some form of Capitalism is necessary. The desire to better oneself through ones own labour and the desire to parasite on the backs of others are both human traits, those who work hard should be rewarded, those small self employed trades men and women who actually generate wealth and employ a small number of staff should be encouraged. Those that are dead weight should be left behind.
Although perhaps a strange example, its noteworthy, Irelands food scene has changed radically for the better, in the last two decades by the likes of local artisans taking a risk and producing high quality goods like cheese, breads and beer, any ideology that attempts to hammer people into a one size fits all, that's controlled by the state will fail.
And that's what Communism did.
I would imagine the prospect of small independent food producers who employ people, would have totally been in tune with the leaders of a hundred years ago. A proper nationalist government would not sell off farmland to foreign nationals and would encourage and support small holders.While the rise of artisan producers is welcomed the parallel is the corporatisation of food production in Ireland as can be seen with Kerry Group and Greencore, led of course by S. Covneys bro.
This We Are Change vid popped up on my YT list today
While I've never been one for Chem Trails Conspiracy, even if the "Fog" over Dublin and the Dublin Mountains today was nothing like I have ever seen before, Crows House points about Agri Business stealing Australians water resulting in the worse bush fires ever which are then blamed on Climate Change, which is then used to tax the populace into submission, rings true. GloboCorp is relentless and merciless. It's sucking Australia dry now and will apply what it learns there to us eventually and will apply what it has inflicted on us to Australia if it hasn't already