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

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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.
Tadgh wants the same homogeneity which leads to inter-national conflict. Communist monolith.

Imbalances are corrected by Globalism. Protectionism and Isolationism leads to imbalance.
 

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Republican Sinn Fein are anti-mass immigration. Basically for the two reasons I am; the economic one (this of course includes housing issues) and fears that given how small Ireland is and how threatened Irish culture is by mass produced American trash, it could serve to change the place irrevocably. Certainly what the IBEC who are not a force to made light of want in terms of immigration particularly with the indigenous birth rate would do that. Most grass roots Shinners from working or small farming backgrounds would think the same in the South. It is the middle class brats and deluded Nordies obsessed with showing themselves as morally superior to the Prods in the eyes of the English who are a different kettle of fish.
I suppose you think they are on your side now? A Prod isolationist - they are anything but.

SF are republican not necessarily anti-mass immigration - that would make them Communist isolationists which I don't believe they are.
 

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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.
No he wants to isolate the country to intern-nationalism - basically communism with free trade between states.

Problem is human kind has always had the need to explore and expand. Hence his suspicion of Africans and Asians. He would prefer it went the other way in reality not for country's to be homogenous in their race and skin colour.
 

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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.
A Nationalist places supreme preference on it's own nation over others. Much like Trump America first policy - and he acknowledges all national leaders put their own countries first. But the problems arise when imbalances occur through isolationism and protectionism stemming from nationalism. These lead to war. Nationalism can lead to war.
 

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Tadgh wants the same homogeneity which leads to inter-national conflict. Communist monolith.

Imbalances are corrected by Globalism. Protectionism and Isolationism leads to imbalance.

Er...Looking at the increasing wealth disparities in societies all across the world, I would have to disagree.

Globalism has allowed elites to play countries off against each other, creating and exploit new tribal tensions,
and pushing down worker conditions and rights worldwide, allowing themselves to increase their wealth to
even more eye watering levels as a result.

It's called a "race to the bottom" haven't you heard of it?

No. I guess not.

Clearly the only "race to the bottom" you seem know about is the one you yourself engage in
when you require another of your vacuous comments. Because that's obviously where they all come from!! :D
 

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No he wants to isolate the country to intern-nationalism - basically communism with free trade between states.

Problem is human kind has always had the need to explore and expand. Hence his suspicion of Africans and Asians. He would prefer it went the other way in reality not for country's to be homogenous in their race and skin colour.
Yawn ... "racing to the bottom" for yet another comment D4?? :smiley:

The current system relies on the exploitation of the very people you claim to be championing,
as they are used as pawns to help pull down workers rights and standards everywhere else to third world inadequate levels
in order to increase profits for global corporations.

Tadhg and others would prefer we implement communist collectivist principles in our own societies and that we leave these exploited people and their resources alone in their own lands so they can use their own resources to grow their own societies free of foreign warmongering influence and resource/labour exploitation. And if they DO require help, that we help them in situ. I would tend to agree.

Global capitalism feigns regard for the third world as it corrupts and arms their leaders
and destroys their infrastructure in wars/instabilities we deliberately stir up in order to exploit their resources.

The reality is global capitalism lives off the backs of resource rich areas like Africa, which, if we left them alone, would have the means to
create their own prosperous societies to live in.
 
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Globalism is a force for good.

What it does essentially is put everyone in competition with one another, across the globe.

Now ask, who engendered the "race to the bottom" in this competition, back in the 80's?

It was communist China. They were the ones who first sacrificed human dignity and comfort in the name of becoming more "competitive".

The thing is though, that this paradigm of "competitiveness" is based on reducing the human being to a mere automaton, a machine.

But is this really the most efficient use of a human being? In fact, our present whole concept of "efficiency" is paltry in the context of what it means to be fully human.

Capitalism and technology just need to catch up and evolve somewhat. Competitiveness in realising the highest human value and potential of each human worker, living in their community and culture, might easily be something wonderful. We just need to think about it in the right way.
 
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Globalism is a force for good.

What it does essentially is put everyone in competition with one another, across the globe.

Now ask, who engendered the "race to the bottom" in this competition, back in the 80's?

It was communist China. They were the ones who first sacrificed human dignity and comfort in the name of becoming more "competitive".

The thing is though, that this paradigm of "competitiveness" is based on reducing the human being to a mere automaton, a machine.

But is this really the most efficient use of a human being? In fact, our present whole concept of "efficiency" is paltry in the context of what it means to be fully human.

Capitalism and technology just need to catch up and evolve somewhat. Competitiveness in realising the highest human value and potential of each human worker, living in their community and culture, might easily be something wonderful. We just need to think about it in the right way.

The term "Globalism" has a specific meaning - and it doesn't mean the Workers of the World joining together to overthrow the transnational ruling class. Likewise, "competitiveness" means workers willing to under cut other workers by working even more like a slave then his or her neighbour. Workers should not compete with each other for the favour of the ruling class, they should join together in solidarity to exterminate the ruling class.