Ireland

Ireland is on the west of Europe and once staunchly Catholic. Now it is assailed by various forces, moral, cultural and financial. Holy Mother Church is taking a beating. Priests have erred grievously. It is worth asking why they were allowed to get away with it and why they were allowed into the priesthood in the first place. Bella Dodd gave us answers in her book, School of Darkness [autobiography of a former member of the National Committee of the Communist Party who left the party & became a Catholic, shows the behind-the-scenes subversion occurring in the US]. Know that Antonio Gramsci, the chief theoretician of the communists in Italy worked out how to subvert the moral power of the Church in Italy. It was his chief target. Then there  was the  IRA with an agenda. They sold nationalism but meant Marxism. Sadly Ireland is not such a happy place as it once was. Perpetrators are named in Politics In Ireland. More and better details are in Ethnic Fouling In Ireland.

Ireland Has Its Own Nationalist Movement - As Distinct From Marxist IRA - http://www.nationalistireland.com/
Gerry Adams wants to import blacks. Gerry Adams claims he does not run the IRA. Gerry Adams is a liar, a Marxist inciting Illegal Immigrants as well as illegal guns. Read for yourself. Think for yourself. Decide for yourself.

 

Irish Nationalists Tell Truth
The truth has its uses, especially when the Main Steam Media hide it.

 

Military Reaction Force ex Wiki
Is written up as an Army outfit that did some quite clever spying as well as some random murders.

 

Belfast
Is in Northern Ireland, the scene of IRA operations in the 1970s and later.

 

Bloody Sunday
Was the incident when men of the  Parachute Regiment killed 13 demonstrators. It was very useful to the  IRA which is why, arguably they chose to incite it. See rather more on it in Derry

 

Casualties In The Troubles - circa 1969 to 1999
British Army 705 PIRA 293 UDA 81
RUC 301 INLA 44 UVF 63
NIPS 24 OIRA 29 LVF 3
TA 7 IPLO 9 RHC 3
Other British police 6 RIRA 2 UR 2
Royal Air Force 4    
Royal Navy 2    
Irish Army 1    
Garda 9    

Civilians killed: 1,857*
Total dead: 3,524* - Source
"CAIN: Sutton Index of Deaths"

Derry
Or Londonderry was the scene of faction fighting and  Bloody Sunday

 

Curragh Mutiny
Officers of the British Army in Ireland went on strike in 1914. His Majesty's Government bottled out.

 

Roger Casement
Was an Irish nationalist who was hanged for his pains. He was also a homosexual paedophile.

 

Bernadette Devlin
Was a political agitator and a major player during the Troubles. She was never prosecuted for inciting murder. But then nor was Blair

 

Ethnic Fouling In Ireland
The Jew, Shatter and other political subversives are destroying Ireland by infiltrating Third World undesirables. The flood has not grown as great as that in England yet. The Irish have not quite worked out that they are being screwed with malice aforethought by hostile aliens but they have taken the point that the perpetrators of the Gaza Massacre are evil. Perhaps they will make the connection.

 

Falls Road
Is in west Belfast, at the heart of the Catholic area. You can see the IRA war memorial which is rather well done. The murals are political and significant. They show connections to communist subversion in South Africa. Naturally they don't point out that Nelson Mandela was run by Joe Slovo, Jew and communist or that, in America the Very Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King was controlled by Stanley Levison, also Jew and communist.

 

Flagstaff Hill Incident
An unmarked border and dodgy navigation caused problems. 22 SAS should not be fouling up this way.

 

Immigration Into Ireland
The Jew, Shatter runs Irish immigration. Ethnic Fouling In Ireland is policy and practice. The little people are being screwed. The ruling class like cheap labour. Do they care about Cultural Genocide? Believe it if you want.

 

IRA
Was active around the turn of the century and helped Ireland become two separate states. It became active again in the 1970s. It was then a Marxist  outfit.

 

IRA (19221969) & Marxism
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The 1960s: Marxist tendency and the 1969 split
In the 1960s the IRA once more came under the influence of left-wing thinkers, especially those such as C. Desmond Greaves and Roy Johnston active in the Connolly Association. This move to a class-based political outlook and the consequent rejection of any stance that could be seen as sectarian  including the use of IRA arms to defend one side, the beleaguered Catholic communities of Belfast in the Northern Ireland riots of August 1969  was to be one of the factors in the 1969 split that led to the Provisional IRA wing of the republican movement, with the latter subscribing to a traditional republican analysis of the situation while the Officials subscribed to the Marxist view that internal strife among the working classes served only the interest of capital.

The Provisional IRA embarked on a thirty year armed campaign against the British presence in Northern Ireland that claimed 1707 lives. In 1997 it announced a ceasefire which effectively marked the end of its campaign. In 2005 it formally announced the end of its campaign and destroyed much of its weaponry under international supervision. The movement's political wing, Provisional Sinn Fin, is a growing electoral force in both Northern Ireland and the Republic.

The Official IRA mounted their own armed campaign in the Troubles up to 1972, when they called a ceasefire. However, their members on the ground engaged in some armed activities until 1979 when a decision was made to re-orient the group towards what was termed "Special Activities". Feuds between the two IRAs in the 1970s claimed up to 20 lives on either side.
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The murals in the Falls Road have an international view.

 

The Irish Gulag - A Review
Ugly things happen in nice countries. This is one such.

 

The Irish Holocaust
The Potato Famine is the English term. The writer of Irish Holocaust tells us that it was malice and military force that left thousands to starve or emigrate. True or false, I know not.

 

North to benefit from a 144 million peace dividend
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THE North has secured a further 144m from the European Union Peace Fund towards generating economic and social integration in areas most scarred by the troubles. The European Commissioner for regional policy, Danuta Hubner, announced a two-year extension of the Peace II programme in Belfast yesterday.  The programme aims to foster greater cross-border co-operation, and border counties in the South are also in line to benefit from the latest round of peace funding. Over 66m of the two-year investment has been pledged by the European Union. The other 78m is expected to be subscribed by the British and Irish governments. 
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Tax free income sounds good to me - if I happen to be at the receiving end.

 

Politics In Ireland
Tend to mean the Catholic Church or the IRA with a leavening of farm subsidies and corruption.

 

Red Hand
The Red Hand turns out to be an Irish symbol although it is taken to be a Protestant one. It predates the current troubles by centuries.

 

Short Strand
Is a small Catholic enclave in East Belfast.


Windswept Ireland

 

Housing boom ends in Ireland

 


 

Foreign Criminals Fill Irish Prisons [ 26 September 2008 ]
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PRISON officers have called for language training to help them cope with the surging number of foreign prisoners in Irish jails. The Prison Officers' Association made the call as figures showed the number of non-nationals jailed here rose by 36pc in five years........ Figures from the Irish Prison Service show that, excluding UK nationals, there were 2,675 foreign prisoners in Irish jails in 2006 -- almost 30pc of all inmates. The figure rose by 36pc from the 1,956 foreign prisoners in jails in 2002.
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Government policy is working; import foreign criminals to cause problems. It is Cultural Genocide and it is being done deliberately by governments across the whole of Christendom. Holy Mother Church is guilty too.

 

Combat Poverty
Combat Poverty is a government funded quango with a staff of 35 which gave 865,120 to ex-prisoners; that means IRA thugs with convictions to prove it while spending 2,276,065 on wages. They managed to dispose of 889,499 on rent and admin, rather more than those alleged victims came in for. Their average pay is 65,000 which is a lot better than the average man gets. Throw in the job security, a big plus with depression looming and an inflation proof pension and ask yourself whether the tax payers are getting value.

Bonus benefits are that one of the groups they give money to is run by an aspiring murderer and another one spent almost 700,000 to do up one house. In other words a very large most of the money given to those victims was stolen.

That's how one government runs things. Are the rest different? This is in a western country where corruption is not rampant in the way you expect in Nigeria. More on this nasty little bit of corruption at Six 'ex-prisoner' groups get almost 1m annually
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Figures supplied to Stormont last December from the EU show that "ex-prisoners" groups -- many of which double as Sinn Fein centres -- raked in more than 20m from the European Union Peace Fund alone between 2002 and last year and are clearly continuing to receive other funding from both the British and Irish Governments even though the last IRA prisoner was released in 2000.
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If this is not crime, it will do until some comes along.

 

Combat Poverty
Combat Poverty sounded rather worthy. It was meant to sound worthy. It did combat poverty for a very few. Their basic qualifications were being an IRA murderer with convictions to prove it or having a face that fitted. Then it came to public notice and they got reorganized as a branch of another government mob. The Irish government is very good at wasting money. This was just one example. No doubt there are many others.

Combat Poverty Agency - Working For A Poverty Free Ireland
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The Combat Poverty Agency has been integrated with the Office for Social Inclusion to form the Social Inclusion Division within the Department of Social and Family Affairs. Our offices and library are now located at Gandon House, Amiens Street, Dublin 1
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What a worthy little outfit? No! A worthy cause hijacked by freeloaders on the make.

 

Irish Quango Funds IRA Criminals Fraudulently [ 26 September 2008 ]
Combat Poverty is a government funded quango with a staff of 35 which gave 865,120 to ex-prisoners; that means IRA thugs with convictions to prove it while spending 2,276,065 on wages. They managed to dispose of 889,499 on rent and admin, rather more than those alleged victims came in for. Their average pay is 65,000 which is a lot better than the average man gets. Throw in the job security, a big plus with depression looming and an inflation proof pension and ask yourself whether the tax payers are getting value.

Bonus benefits are that one of the groups they give money to is run by an aspiring murderer and another one spent almost 700,000 to do up one house. In other words a very large most of the money given to those victims was stolen.

That's how one government runs things. Are the rest different? This is in a western country where corruption is not rampant in the way you expect in Nigeria. More on this nasty little bit of corruption at Six 'ex-prisoner' groups get almost 1m annually and
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Figures supplied to Stormont last December from the EU show that "ex-prisoners" groups -- many of which double as Sinn Fein centres -- raked in more than 20m from the European Union Peace Fund alone between 2002 and last year and are clearly continuing to receive other funding from both the British and Irish Governments even though the last IRA prisoner was released in 2000.
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Crime pays big time.

 

Ireland Will Decriminalise Drugs [ 4 November 2015 ]
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Ireland will move towards decriminalising substances including heroin, cocaine and cannabis as part of a radical cultural shift, the country's drugs minister has said.

Aodhn Rordin, the chief of Irelands National Drugs Strategy, told a lecture at the London School of Economics [ a Marxist  propaganda machine ] on Monday that drug users will be able to inject in specially designated rooms in Dublin from next year.

The minister said attitudes to drugs needed to move away from shaming addicts to helping them and emphasised there was a difference between legalisation and decriminalisation. It would remain a crime to profit from either the sale or distribution of illegal drugs but drug takers would no longer be criminalised for their addictions........

His comments follow a leaked report from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, appearing to call for a worldwide decriminalisation on 19 October. The report was reportedly withdrawn after at least one nation put pressure on the international body to bury the findings of Dr Monica Beg, chief of the HIV/AIDs section of the UNODC in Vienna.
UNQUOTE Narcotics are a medical problem. Using the law, making them crime was an abuse of power; one that created two major industries. One is there to supply. The other is there to sabotage the supply; this drives prices up and quality down. Both industries make billions every year. Both support life styles. They keep criminals, police, customs etc. off the dole. Whence the hostile United Nations response to sanity.

 

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