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Video The End Game- a video of Ireland from up and coming Young Nationalist girl The Green Room

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our little island is like other islands in the world.

Ibiza........totally over-run by money and people. The locals all silenced through sheer numbers of newcomers.

Cuba, before the revolution. Owned by big bad investors who wish to enslave the locals in the tourism trade and seek to do all the young women.

isle of man / jersey.............obviously, to pay no tax.

Japan.......the locals no longer reproduce....death of a nation.

jamaica.......a drug-infested crime-ridden hellhole with record-breaking levels of family breakdown.

iceland.......nope , not like ireland. They burned their bondholders.


ireland today......take your pick.
 

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our little island is like other islands in the world.

Ibiza........totally over-run by money and people. The locals all silenced through sheer numbers of newcomers.

Cuba, before the revolution. Owned by big bad investors who wish to enslave the locals in the tourism trade and seek to do all the young women.

isle of man / jersey.............obviously, to pay no tax.

Japan.......the locals no longer reproduce....death of a nation.

jamaica.......a drug-infested crime-ridden hellhole with record-breaking levels of family breakdown.

iceland.......nope , not like ireland. They burned their bondholders.


ireland today......take your pick.
Ireland.. full employment....fastest growing economy in Europe..
 

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Rates in bold italic are estimates.

RankCountry/regionReal GDP growth
rate (%)
1 Libya
17.8
2 Rwanda
8.5
3 Bangladesh
7.7
4 Ethiopia
7.7
5 Ivory Coast
7.4
6 Cambodia
7.2
7 India
7.0​
8 Tajikistan
7.0
9 Vietnam
7.0​
10 Dominican Republic
7.0
11 Mongolia
6.9
12 Maldives
6.9
13 Ireland ( EU)
6.8
14 Djibouti
6.7​
15 The Gambia
6.6​
16 Laos
6.5
17 China
6.5​
18 Tanzania
6.5
19 Benin
6.5
20 Malta ( EU)
6.3

Countries with the highest GDP growth rates in 2018. As you can see, the higher the growth rate the better a country is to live in.

We're doing well but need to catch up with Bangladesh, Rwanda and Libya. All the same, we're a great little country.
 

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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.
As keith woods said, just because you are pro life, doesn't mean you have to go along with Reganomics.
 

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Rates in bold italic are estimates.

RankCountry/regionReal GDP growth
rate (%)
1 Libya
17.8
2 Rwanda
8.5
3 Bangladesh
7.7
4 Ethiopia
7.7
5 Ivory Coast
7.4
6 Cambodia
7.2
7 India
7.0​
8 Tajikistan
7.0
9 Vietnam
7.0​
10 Dominican Republic
7.0
11 Mongolia
6.9
12 Maldives
6.9
13 Ireland ( EU)
6.8
14 Djibouti
6.7​
15 The Gambia
6.6​
16 Laos
6.5
17 China
6.5​
18 Tanzania
6.5
19 Benin
6.5
20 Malta ( EU)
6.3

Countries with the highest GDP growth rates in 2018. As you can see, the higher the growth rate the better a country is to live in.

We're doing well but need to catch up with Bangladesh, Rwanda and Libya. All the same, we're a great little country.
The whore of Europe. This is because of weak, short term politicians.
We were poor in the 80s, but were we any less happier?
 
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The whore of Europe. This is because of weak, short term politicians.
We were poor in the 80s, but were we any less happier?
in the 1980's we were financially poor and wealthy in terms of culture, family life, reproduction, housing, crime, drugs ( in an international comparison).

today we have switched these variables around. Money rich, morally bankrupt. Irishmen are drunk watching the Premier League while half the Third World is chasing after our women. We are quickly catching up with the yardstick established in England.
 

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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.
Naomi Klein wrote a book on this subject 10 years ago.I 've read it and it points out clearly that Vulture Capitalists are making a fortune on natural disasters and holding poor countries to ransom when they are in emergency conditions.The loans, aid given are on conditions the natural/national assets are "PRIVATIZED".
 

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in the 1980's we were financially poor and wealthy in terms of culture, family life, reproduction, housing, crime, drugs ( in an international comparison).

today we have switched these variables around. Money rich, morally bankrupt. Irishmen are drunk watching the Premier League while half the Third World is chasing after our women. We are quickly catching up with the yardstick established in England.
Yep, I remember as a child in the 80s there was more social cohesion and community spirit.
 
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