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The Invasion of the Libtards

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I wouldn't go so far as to say they are one in the same. The traitor in your own ranks is always a far more deadly enemy than the enemy in the opposing ranks. One can eventually make peace with the opposing ranks, but never with the traitor.
I see your point, but the witless savages are now among our ranks, not in the opposing ranks- they're technically Irish now, and will align themselves with the treasonous vermin and effectively be them. It's easy to still think of them as 'the other', because they really are. But they're not anymore according to the law, they're 'us' now.
 

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Japan is not a land too associated with Libtardism, but when the Japanese go Libtard, boy do they go Libtard. This is the Harajuku Cat Café in Tokyo - A Place where Humans Socialise with Cats.

 
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You should get off your arse & at least Educate yrself with the Facts.
The Financial Elite Control & Own All the Central Banks in the World, except a handful of countries they are currently trying to conquer. They Own the IMF, ECB, World Bank, US Federal Reserve, Wall St., Bank of England, City of London, & thru Financial Power have been able to undermine, buy, bribe & murder their way into National Governments.
I am willing to pay any price. But it starts with getting to the facts, & uncovering the Truth.
Until you know the Truth, you cannot know what it is you're fighting.
Incredible bull. I think you have a serious problem. You understand that your "knowledge" is more or less a collection of conspiracy shyte and antisemitic drivel ?
You spend too much time in the far right swamp and those folks filled your brain with slurry.
 
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Japan are well under attack from the forces of the white-left.

A co-worker of mine after returning from a recent tour said she couldnt believe the low levels of crime, the worst she saw was drunken middle age workers who had a bit much after work.

This is a society where small children can go to the shops for messages on their own in even large cities.

Irish cities are barbarian now in comparison.
 

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Incredible bull. I think you have a serious problem. You understand that your "knowledge" is more or less a collection of conspiracy shyte and antisemitic drivel ?
You spend too much time in the far right swamp and those folks filled your brain with slurry.

just fact Olli, it's not antisemitic to tell the truth, the owners/shareholders are not all jewish either, but the 'central bank formula' is.
It's just about consolidation of power. What makes u think, if they could do it..., they wouldn't...?
anyway, why would i make it up? i have no vested interest, or motive, except understanding current events, & i won't back away from the truth for any reason.


Which Central Banks are NOT owned by the Rothschilds and Rockefellars? - Google Search

"Which Central Banks are NOT owned by the Rothschilds and Rockefellars?" - 'Yahoo! Mail'



maybe u'll believe Amazon, if u don't believe me...

 
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So you have no proof for your claim. I was thinking that.
Macron is a Rothschild Pawn. It was pretty clear to everyone, that the Big 2, France & Germany, Absolutely HAD to remain under Globalist control for the EU plan to continue towards Federalization. Do U Think they were taking chances with the French Elections...? the Globalist Controlled Media was totally Behind Macron for a reason.
u will see it...for yrself, when He HACKS the Labour Law to Bits.
...Italy, with huge debt, is next up for elections. If 'Murphy's Law' plays out, something, at some point will go Bang, at the worst possible moment. Life is not for being tamed & controlled.
 
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Ireland is not really Libtard, it's just that the Libtards (though few) have a huge voice.
You only have to read the comments (vast majority) on social netwrk of Irish people to know that most are quite sane and sensible.
If that's the case, then the majority of Irish people have no political representation, or any voice in the media. I do think the Libtard push is a top down affair, the government is imposing its will on the people. But at the same time, it seems to me that we're swallowing it whole.

If we had an Irexit vote, do you think we'd leave?
 

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If that's the case, then the majority of Irish people have no political representation, or any voice in the media. I do think the Libtard push is a top down affair, the government is imposing its will on the people. But at the same time, it seems to me that we're swallowing it whole.

If we had an Irexit vote, do you think we'd leave?

the Propaganda is definitely being pushed from top down..
think Irexit would take some convincing for many. would have to be weighed up. if the euro collapses, maybe.

However, as the global elite 'make decisions' at Davos, Bilderberg, & the World Economic Forum, was Brexit a ploy to form a new union ?
http://www.globalresearch.ca/brexit-securing-a-new-english-speaking-union/5583362
 

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Ireland is not really Libtard, it's just that the Libtards (though few) have a huge voice.
You only have to read the comments (vast majority) on social netwrk of Irish people to know that most are quite sane and sensible.
Probably true but what matters is who is in power.
 

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Ireland is not really Libtard, it's just that the Libtards (though few) have a huge voice.
You only have to read the comments (vast majority) on social netwrk of Irish people to know that most are quite sane and sensible.

I'd say anyone who supports abortion and gay marriage are Libtards, and, sadly, that's more than a few in Ireland. I don't know what the real support is for open borders, but, again, it's not a few.
 
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If that's the case, then the majority of Irish people have no political representation, or any voice in the media. I do think the Libtard push is a top down affair, the government is imposing its will on the people. But at the same time, it seems to me that we're swallowing it whole.

If we had an Irexit vote, do you think we'd leave?

No, I don't think we would vote for Irexit.
There is no political party with the balls to take such a stand. Nor do we have intelligent people on the media arguing for it (as we saw in the UK).
Even the one party which supports Irexit (PBP) support open borders.
in short, we're screwed until the EU finally collapses. Then we'll be running around like a headless chicken looking for trading partners.
I'd say however, if we ever did have a party with a coherent, charismatic leader, who could argue for Irexit on the telly, moods could change fairly quick.
I was a former supporter of the EU until probably the last 5 years.
 

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No, I don't think we would vote for Irexit.
There is no political party with the balls to take such a stand. Nor do we have intelligent people on the media arguing for it (as we saw in the UK).
Even the one party which supports Irexit (PBP) support open borders.
in short, we're screwed until the EU finally collapses. Then we'll be running around like a headless chicken looking for trading partners.
I'd say however, if we ever did have a party with a coherent, charismatic leader, who could argue for Irexit on the telly, moods could change fairly quick.
I was a former supporter of the EU until probably the last 5 years.
I was a card carrying liberal up until around 5 years ago too.

It boggles my mind why a supposed majority opinion has no political representation- how is it possible if not for the fact that the people are being dictated to by their leaders, and not, as it should be, the other way round?

Aren't revolutions supposed to happen in these sorts of circumstances?
 
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I was a card carrying liberal up until around 5 years ago too.

It boggles my mind why a supposed majority opinion has no political representation- how is it possible if not for the fact that the people are being dictated to by their leaders, and not, as it should be, the other way round?

Aren't revolutions supposed to happen in these sorts of circumstances?

The fear of being called "racist" or "xenophobe" has suppressed dissent.
We are at the stage the UK was at probably 15-20 years ago.
 

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No, I don't think we would vote for Irexit.
There is no political party with the balls to take such a stand. Nor do we have intelligent people on the media arguing for it (as we saw in the UK).
Even the one party which supports Irexit (PBP) support open borders.
in short, we're screwed until the EU finally collapses. Then we'll be running around like a headless chicken looking for trading partners.
I'd say however, if we ever did have a party with a coherent, charismatic leader, who could argue for Irexit on the telly, moods could change fairly quick.
I was a former supporter of the EU until probably the last 5 years.
Problem is...we'd still have the Irish Central Bank Owners feeding off this, & future generations, contriving more booms/busts & debt, to make them Richer.
 
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