Wow, they've outdone themselves on that one!In 1997, the year Peter Tatchell wrote an ambiguously worded letter about sex between adults and children to The Guardian newspaper, Donald Trump sexually objectified his own daughter. Ivanka Trumpwww.thetimes.co.uk
I've only just now discovered this excellent channel. Video explains how journalists are mediocre people with artificially high status. That's why they are so protective of the system.
Poor cucked conor just blocked me for literally laughing at the notion that he's a 'journalist'......
Sorcha Pollak. Deserves a whole thread for her efforts to promote Ireland becoming less Irish.
Its wonderful you know that we have so many people from the third world on welfare in small Irish villages.
The ‘New to the Parish’ column is undeniable bias. It is genuinely close to propaganda. The subject itself is fine, the frequency with which the subject is covered is the issue. Asylum in general is covered atrociously. Consider the countless articles that assiduously reference the length of time that asylum seekers stay in direct provision without once noting that the average length of time for a decision is 12-18 months or that a third of asylum seekers are currently waiting on an appeal or that only 60% of asylum seekers that are granted protection are granted refugee status. I remember quite a few articles commenting on the fact that there were fire hazards in asylum centres. This was indeed true, the information was from an RIA report. However, the articles failed to mention that it was asylum seekers that were responsible for the fire hazards in the first place. In order to cook in their rooms, asylum seekers had disabled the fire alarms. I mentioned it elsewhere on here, articles with incorrect information on asylum statistics have been published as well. An article in the Irish Examiner stated that the acceptance rate for asylum seekers in 2018 was 85%, a subsequent report by the Sunday Business Post found that the actual acceptance rate in 2018 was 30%. The figures referenced by the Examiner were misleading and despite that, the Examiner failed to amend the article. The coverage of asylum is incredibly poor. It wasn’t always the case, there was a time when compassion and understanding for the truly persecuted could go hand-in-hand with criticism and disparagement of the undeniably fraudulent. Not so now.
Irish Examiner’s deception is on page 62
What would the Irish Times make of this today?
Nigerians who pose as refugees are doing a disservice to themselves and their country