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RTÉ Love-In for Ibrahim Halawa this Friday's Late Late Show

Antóin Mac Comháin

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#81
And why not.
I doubt they would be happy to see how Ireland is turning out today though.
I also doubt Dan Keating would be happy to see the likes of Tralee turning into Luton ffs.
In your own time, Antóin.
People like Declan Curneen didn't strike me as the type of people who were opposed to immigrants. He was an RSF hunger striker, from the generation after Mac Stiofáin.
 

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People like Declan Curneen didn't strike me as the type of people who were opposed to immigrants. He was an RSF hunger striker, from the generation after Mac Stiofáin.

Nor am I opposed to immigrants.
I'm opposed to too much immigrants and the wrong type of immigrants getting in.
 

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Wouldn't the other religions in Ireland have to go under your philosophy? How hypocritical you are when another nation does exactly what you Tadgh advocate - having only Christianity in Ireland.
big difference is tadhg doesn't actually want to put them all to the sword
or even hurt them in any way which is a far cry from the deal the coptic christians in egypt got from
the muslim brotherhood pals of this Halawi fucker
and his bigwig MB daddy

Tadhg and others like him here merely want our country to stand up for itself and
not to be subjugated by elite plantation politics yet again
for corporate profits and globalist social control purposes.
 

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Why would I do that?
Weren't you a supporter of the RM when they were deporting Irish petty criminals from the country?
Did you speak out then or support it?
It depends on what you mean by a supporter. Me great granny fed an injured rebel from what I presume was the Mount Street Brigade of Óglaigh na hÉireann on Easter week. I was a supporter of the RM when the UVF tried to bomb the Widow Scallans 78 years later. One of my former class mates from Kerry was locked up for Vigilantism. I wouldn't regard him as a Republican in any shape or form.
 

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It depends on what you mean by a supporter. Me great granny fed an injured rebel from what I presume was the Mount Street Brigade of Óglaigh na hÉireann on Easter week. I was a supporter of the RM when the UVF tried to bomb the Widow Scallans 78 years later. One of my former class mates from Kerry was locked up for Vigilantism. I wouldn't regard him as a Republican in any shape or form.

Did you object to the deportation of Irish drug dealers and car-thieves?
Yes or No?
 

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Did you object to the deportation of Irish drug dealers and car-thieves?
Yes or No?
My mother worked in the Jervis Street Clinic, and I have a Certificate in Harm Reduction. The JSC was one of the first drug treatment centres in Ireland. I set up a Community Council when I was teenager with the intention of establishing a Community Cooperative as a response to the type of social problems you are alluding to. The last person I canvassed for had a track record of dealing with Community issues in a similar fashion.
 

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My mother worked in the Jervis Street Clinic, and I have a Certificate in Harm Reduction. The JSC was one of the first drug treatment centres in Ireland. I set up a Community Council when I was teenager with the intention of establishing a Community Cooperative as a response to the type of social problems you are alluding to. The last person I canvassed for had a track record of dealing with Community issues in a similar fashion.
If an immigrant in this country was arrested for drug dealing, rape or other serious crime, would you support deportation?
 

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If an immigrant in this country was arrested for drug dealing, rape or other serious crime, would you support deportation?
I support the Portugal Model or something similar as a stop gap measure to deal with the drug problem, but fundamentally I believe addiction is a symptom of unemployment and social disadvantage. Ireland has the added baggage of being a semi-colonial country.

David Hillaird Post 9 Ashanti, Choctaw, Gaelic or Irish? came to the conclusion that 12 - Step programs were limited, and without a fundamental change in the economic circumstances and social conditions, that nothing would ultimately change, which is similar to the conclusion people in Ireland have arrived at: “It’s tablets now,” says Crawley. “In five years, it will be something else unless the root causes are addressed.” - Addiction: What are the root causes?''. I took part in a research project about a decade ago which found that between 30% and 40% of addicts had been abused, (the Marianne Breen Pilot study), which makes them victims of crime, as opposed to your view that they are criminals in the same way their abusers are criminals. Obviously I would support the deportation of a rapist, and I have opened a thread on this site in the past opposing integrational therapy

- Working with sex offenders is child protection #WYB

Bizarre claims made by Independent Senator Lynn Ruane - Who's telling the truth?
 

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Republican Sinn Fein are anti-mass immigration.
'Africanisation' is the word for this process elsewhere. Control of our affairs in all of Ireland lies more than ever since 1921 outside the hands of the Irish people. The logical outcome of all this was the full immersion in the E.E.C. in the 1970's. The Republican Movement opposed this North and South in 1972 and 1975 and continues to do so. It is against such political economic power blocks East and West and military alliances such as NATO and the Warsaw Pact. It stands with our Celtic brothers and the other subject nations of Europe, and with the neutral and non-aligned peoples of the
Third World; it seeks a third, socialist alternative which transcends both Western individualistic capitalism and Eastern state capitalism, which is in accordance with our best revolutionary traditions as a people.'


The problem with bringing such a program to fruition is that A) the leading Celtic Nationalist Party's in each of the Celtic Nations are Pro-European, and B) Play the race card the way it's being played on this site and the Community Councils which would have been the foundation blocks of the Republic will be sabotaged before they ever seen the light of day, because they would have automatically isolated the great majority.

Why would I do that?
Because the only agenda being served via the impression you're giving of Republicanism is a British Nationalist agenda. Politically it's irrelevant to me, but you are giving a misleading impression of Republicanism, or at least it's a Republicanism that is completely alien to me, because I have never encountered the type of racism being passed as Republicanism on this site in real life.

Anti-Racism being one of the 6 key tenets of Republicanism, alongside Anti-Sectarianism, Feminism, Socialism, Nationalism and Internationalism.

'The enemy through our own fault or default is the one we create ourselves through our personal conduct and through our collective conduct of the struggle: the wee woman whose gate or back door gets pulled off its hinges by a volunteer evading arrest and who doesn't get an apology as soon as possible afterwards or more preferably has the damage repaired by one of our supporters. In brief our personal conduct as well as our conduct of our Republican activities must be aimed at if not enhancing support, at least not creating enemies unnecessarily.'

If you were a Republican, you wouldn't be on the Internet mocking half-caste women, surrounded by the type of people who inhabit this site, creating unnecessary enemies for the Republican Movement. Racists don't bother me. Racists pretending that they are Republicans do, insofar as they telling an historical lie.
 
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Taking on the Blacks with Prams, eh?

The blacks with prams would be better to be building up Africa. I for one would be very happy for the government to send money and materials to African governments to help them build up. But letting Africans flood into Europe is not helping Africa at all. Quite the opposite, as many of the more educated Africans are leaving Africa and so the place is falling into an even worse state. Mass immigration to Europe is, in fact, detrimental to Africa.
 
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I would rather get no votes as an Irish National Socialist, than get a million votes, as a liar and a fraud in my heart, so for me it's Irish National Socialism, and the Irish National Socialist Party or nothing. The stated objective of the only party I was ever affiliated to was a 32 County Democratic Socialist Republic, and hence, as an Irish Nationalist, I support an All-Ireland Referendum on Irish Unity and Independence, and as an Internationalist, I support Independence for each of the Celtic nations. However, I can't see how any gains have been made in Parliament by the *Socialist Party* or the *Socialist Workers Party*, over the past 25 years, and thus, I think it would be more effective for National Socialists to put their proposals on the economic philosophy of Socialist Republicanism forward at local elections.
If I run as an Independent, it will be as an Independent Irish National Socialist, and as a member of the Irish National Socialist Party. I'm from the south of Ireland, and not the north, and I would be standing in a local election, but the views of the Irish National Socialist Party on the Irish National question will be summed up in one sentence on all election material: 'One man, one vote, one woman, one vote.' Other than that, the focus will be on local projects and politics.
Formation of a political party/ How, why and who is with us?

Well, who said there isn't a first time for everything- P.irish now has the World's First "Anti Racist National Socialist"

 

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Wouldn't the other religions in Ireland have to go under your philosophy? How hypocritical you are when another nation does exactly what you Tadgh advocate - having only Christianity in Ireland.

Tadgh & I never suggested Only Sharia Law for Ireland. which is what the Muslim Brotherhood Wants, & they will use Violence & Murder, to achieve it.
We said Ireland & Europe in general is Christian in it's core culture, which has never stopped others from religious freedom, as long as the core culture is respected.
When a European (or a westerner of christian culture) travels to Thailand, they fit in with the core culture, if it's Buddhist.
Would u be happy with the Islamic Republic of Ireland ?
u just say the opposite of everything, just for sake of it.. without any thought put into anything.
Since When do Westerners arrive in Thailand, or Morocco, or Dubai, & demand Christianity is installed as the core culture.
 
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POLL: Did your opinion change on Ibrahim Halawa after his Late Late Show interview?


Ibrahim Halawa was interviewed on last nights Late Late Show, if you can call it that. The 21-yr-old said how he wasn’t a member of the Muslim Brotherhood and gave an explanation as to why he hasn’t got his passport – so, has your opinion changed on him? Take the poll below and we’ll publish the results:

POLL: Did your opinion change on Ibrahim Halawa after his Late Late Show interview? – TheLiberal.ie – Our News, Your Views
 

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'Africanisation' is the word for this process elsewhere. Control of our affairs in all of Ireland lies more than ever since 1921 outside the hands of the Irish people. The logical outcome of all this was the full immersion in the E.E.C. in the 1970's. The Republican Movement opposed this North and South in 1972 and 1975 and continues to do so. It is against such political economic power blocks East and West and military alliances such as NATO and the Warsaw Pact. It stands with our Celtic brothers and the other subject nations of Europe, and with the neutral and non-aligned peoples of the
Third World; it seeks a third, socialist alternative which transcends both Western individualistic capitalism and Eastern state capitalism, which is in accordance with our best revolutionary traditions as a people.'


The problem with bringing such a program to fruition is that A) the leading Celtic Nationalist Party's in each of the Celtic Nations are Pro-European, and B) Play the race card the way it's being played on this site and the Community Councils which would have been the foundation blocks of the Republic will be sabotaged before they ever seen the light of day, because they would have automatically isolated the great majority.



Because the only agenda being served via the impression you're giving of Republicanism is a British Nationalist agenda. Politically it's irrelevant to me, but you are giving a misleading impression of Republicanism, or at least it's a Republicanism that is completely alien to me, because I have never encountered the type of racism being passed as Republicanism on this site in real life.

Anti-Racism being one of the 6 key tenets of Republicanism, alongside Anti-Sectarianism, Feminism, Socialism, Nationalism and Internationalism.

'The enemy through our own fault or default is the one we create ourselves through our personal conduct and through our collective conduct of the struggle: the wee woman whose gate or back door gets pulled off its hinges by a volunteer evading arrest and who doesn't get an apology as soon as possible afterwards or more preferably has the damage repaired by one of our supporters. In brief our personal conduct as well as our conduct of our Republican activities must be aimed at if not enhancing support, at least not creating enemies unnecessarily.'

If you were a Republican, you wouldn't be on the Internet mocking half-caste women, surrounded by the type of people who inhabit this site, creating unnecessary enemies for the Republican Movement. Racists don't bother me. Racists pretending that they are Republicans do, insofar as they telling an historical lie.
You do talk some dung.
I asked you for examples of this racism and you folded.
My personal choice in relationships is not a bench-mark for racism.
I also don't like women with tattoos, or narky attitudes.
It's people like you who are ruining Republicanism. You're probably one of the idiots who beat up people for opposing ISIS in O Connell Street.
All this guff about Republicanism means Feminism and Internationalism is the kind of moronic soundbites that has led to a weakened R.M
By the way, I've given up on all the groups out there today as they've all morphed into SJW bores.
My views on this site are my views and not of the "Movement".
 
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You do talk some dung.
I asked you for examples of this racism and you folded.
My personal choice in relationships is not a bench-mark for racism.
I also don't like women with tattoos, or narky attitudes.
It's people like you who are ruining Republicanism. You're probably one of the idiots who beat up people for opposing ISIS in O Connell Street.
All this guff about Republicanism means Feminism and Internationalism is the kind of moronic soundbites that has led to a weakened R.M
By the way, I've given up on all the groups out there today as they've all morphed into SJW bores.
My views on this site are my views and not of the "Movement".

Well, I don't want to get involved with your conversation with Antóin, but I would say that Internationalism is a very good thing - and should never be confused with Globalism. Internationalism is Inter-nationalism. It means nations expressing solidarity with each other - particularly nations engaged in anti-imperialist struggle. Imperialism = Globalism. To be an Internationalist one must be a Nationalist. One must believe in the continued existence of nations. One must believe in borders and border controls, which are policed by friendly nations who do not steal each others doctors and nurses and engineers.