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Poll "Millennial Woes" hits Dublin

Discussion in 'Immigration & Refugees' started by Dublin 4, Oct 12, 2017.

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Is Millennial Woes an Asset to Ireland?

  1. Yes

    61.5%
  2. No

    15.4%
  3. Unsure

    23.1%
  1. Generation Snowflake

    Generation Snowflake Member Political Irish

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    I was just throwing out a few id seen in the past that were Scandinavian that i could think of, theres not that many talking heads from there that i know, all seemed very pagan focused which i can understand.
    I hadnt seen this STJ guy, but I dont see a pagan revival happening here in Ireland.

    I listen to a lot of podcasts so ive heard some of the TRS guys or the counter currents podcasts like https://www.counter-currents.com/tag/podcasts/feed/ you mentioned but again they are coming from an american standpoint.

    I dont have a specific talking head that gets or understands an Irish perspective, but politically the National Party is at least a start, which is what really matters.
    I fear we'll need to hit american numbers of enrichment before we see any real response politically, which is still at least a decade away.
    Money will be the reason we see any change in this country, as in when it all dries up.

    I think Norway has too much money, that sovereign wealth fund is going to be their downfall.
     
  2. Kershaw

    Kershaw Legend Political Irish Battle Royale

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    The one in the OP of this thread.
     
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  3. Kershaw

    Kershaw Legend Political Irish Battle Royale

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    That last Scanzda forum seems to have accelerated the drama between Daniel Friberg and Greg Johnson.
    I hear Friberg has had to cancel his Identitarian Ideas conference in Stockholm.

    https://altright.com/2017/10/30/the-transatlantic-pact-2-the-state-of-the-altright/
     
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  4. Egil Skallagrimson

    Egil Skallagrimson New Member

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    Possibly, as of now all that money is promised away in future pensions, which is what the fund was intended for.


    Didn't know about that, have to read the link. Friberg started all of this and I think it's sad the way he has behaved and dragging Arktos down.
     
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  5. PlantationWatch

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    Colin Robertson identifies as a white nationalist

    my problem with this is as follows

    while I do think there is an agenda by the EU to change our racial structure , I'm against this NOT because I believe white people are a 'superior race', they aren't , but because its racist to think that changing the race of a society makes it better , also he's on record as stating he believes in slavery which may excite some of the people here
     
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  6. SwordOfStCatherine

    SwordOfStCatherine Legend Political Irish Battle Royale

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    As regards slavery I think there is an argument for enslaving people such as Amster on Politics.ie to people of quality because that would invest some meaning into their lives which they are incapable of doing themselves.
     
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  7. Generation Snowflake

    Generation Snowflake Member Political Irish

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    If they continue the path they are on they will inevitably create that racial divide among people here, it will be a replica of the US.
    If you were to listen to the Irish media, you could be tricked into thinking we were the 51st state.

    He's one of the few that are putting their faces out there and talking on the subject, and he and others are connected through the US types like Spencer.
    These people are starting to form what is considered the other side of the argument.

    Right now he is not suitable for the Irish question, but if we continue as we are, he will start looking like the sane one to more and more people, as there isnt much of an alternative out there.
     
  8. Kershaw

    Kershaw Legend Political Irish Battle Royale

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    He calls himself a white nationalist because he is concerned about this, as every European should be.
    https://www.amren.com/commentary/2017/10/white-race-will-to-survive-mass-third-world-immigration/

    Nice quip about it being racist to think that changing the race of a society makes it better. I'll have to try to remember that.

    As for the slavery thing, it was a throw-away, flippant remark in a quick fire live Q&A with his viewers.
    The question was something like 'what's the most extreme position you hold?'
    I can't remember exactly how he phrased his answer and he didn't expand on it or has he ever spoken about how he wants to enslave anybody.
    His thinking was probably more along the lines of a philosophical exercise about societies needing authority etc.

    Be a good question to ask him about because I know Hope Not Hate reference it about him.
    The Q&A is gone as that forum was disappeared.

    edit: This guy had archived at 3m54.

     
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  9. SwordOfStCatherine

    SwordOfStCatherine Legend Political Irish Battle Royale

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    I have been a White Nationalist though I'm not anymore and now actually dislike White Nationalism though I'm okay with mild racial separatism such as advocated by Tadgh here and the National Front in the UK once Derek Holland took over, I'm not saying that I agree with it but I don't consider it immoral in any way. However for all his errors he does come across as much more sane than the like of Fintan O'Toole and Irish "Libtards" in general already a lot of the time.
     
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  10. The Potato Mystic

    The Potato Mystic Legend Battle Royale Political Irish

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    As a prophet, he's a dilettante. He regularly floats into a revere about this entho-state of his and what's it going to look like without ever really thinking deeply about its prospects or how such a thing would be brought about. This kind of airy-fairy thinking about some possible project way out over the rainbow is just a man-and-his-keyboard fantasy escapism. It's t hese antics that hurt his credibility.

    On the plus side, he gives an interesting take on contemporary issues and he's a good example in that he's out and about and socialising rather than just stuck in his room.


     
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  11. Generation Snowflake

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    It was never a thing in the south that i know of. Its an alien concept to me, as we just didnt have mass numbers of people coming here that didnt look like us in some way or another.
    There are many issues with,White Nationalist, and as far as I can see, its tied to the hip with the Zionism/Anti-Zionism dialectic.
    But the fact is we have been force fed mass immigration to profit a small number of people inside and outside this country, without any consensus or talk that i know of ?




    Its just now its blatantly visible, you cant ignore it if you tried, as they are importing sub saharan africans now to fill up any gaps in the housing they can find. They have spread them everywhere in the country just to fill houses. And so these people will be the focus of the rage, as they stick out like a sore thumb and have a parasitic effect at best on the country.
    I dont see how their isnt a lot of angry people out there.
    There's a lot of traitors among our ranks, but the issue is they may well get away with it, and its the africans and others that will get the shit end of the stick.

    The people who seem to be against it the loudest are the likes of woes and others like him, and have paid a heavy price for voicing their opinions.

    Personally I like how the Chinese or Japanese do things.
    Unless you are providing a service which for some reason they think they need and they cannot provide for themselves, as in be done by their own people, your not let in.
    Examples like helping to teach a foreign language so that we can talk about trade of goods or ideas.

    This country is different in that it has a special case with the north, but otherwise why are these people here has yet to be explained to me.
     
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  12. Kershaw

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    Reviewing the October 2017 Dublin Speeches

     
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