Making them there own ethnic group creates, in their eyes, a minority group already in ireland and so is a trojan horse for all the many minority groups our government is importing on mass here, as then sure we already have multiple ethnic groups in ireland, whats the issue with flooding the place with every other ethnic groups from around the world.Gardaí recover 12 stolen caravans in south Dublin raid
This may be a topic that divides people, but do you think at any point in Irish society we will ever have an honest discussion about Irish travelers? As far as Irish media is concerned they seem to be portrayed as misunderstood, culturally rich people. Yet.. everyone I know rolls theirs eyes whenever they see stories such as the one listed above in the news. It's almost par for the course.
We seem to be drip fed the notion that the travelling community adds so much to society but reality seems to dictate this.
Perhaps the sender thinks that if he sends enough that one of the videos will be sure to feature COG in the starring role?Poor COG Some nasty, Easter Worshiping, Alt-Right, White person is sending him unrepresentative videos of rogue members of ROP doing terminally unpleasant things to people of the same persuasion as COG. This is definitely happening, 100%, and like any sensible person instead of reporting this, or simply blocking and/or ignoring the offender, COG bravely took to Twitter to tell all his equally brave comrades who of course are but send &
Like I say this is without question happening. 100%
A civilization’s state of development is most often readily apparent in its buildings. The capacity for stepping beyond the limits of nature, and forging into the realm of modernity is enshrined in the time capsules that are major works of architecture and infrastructure. When historians and anthropologists trace the path from pre-historic societies to today, they invariably look to the quality and sophistication of their earth, stone, and rock monuments that serve as milestones in their journey to today. What has consistently stood out is the importance of water infrastructure in all great civilizations, from the flooded terraced farming techniques in Chinese rice fields to the Roman aqueducts. Upon examining America, one notices the astonishing amount of decay that has set in to its water management system, from municipal water contamination in Flint to the breaking of sewer lines in Seattle, raising the question if any of this will even be around to examine for future generations once the final proverbial dam breaks.
Dark Age Ahead is a 2004 book by Jane Jacobs describing what she sees as the decay of five key "pillars" in "North America": community and family, higher education, science and technology, taxes and government responsiveness to citizen's needs, and self-regulation by the learned professions.
She argues that this decay threatens to create a dark age unless the trends are reversed. Jacobs characterizes a dark age as a "mass amnesia" where even the memory of what was lost is lost.
The following is a summary of Jacobs' description of the decay in each area.
Community and Family
People are increasingly choosing consumerism over family welfare, that is: consumption over fertility; debt over family budget discipline; fiscal advantage to oneself at the expense of community welfare.
Universities are more interested in credentials than providing high quality education.
Elevation of economics as the main "science" to consider in making major political decisions.
Governments are more interested in deep-pocket interest groups than the welfare of the population.
A culture that prevents people from understanding the deterioration of fundamental physical resources on which the entire community depends.