Posted On: Friday - November 24th 2023 8:54PM MST
In Topics:   Immigration Stupidity  Media Stupidity  alt-right
I'm trying to be somewhat timely for a change, so please accept my apologies for not writing back to the nice comments under the last post, for now. This is about the rioting going on in Ireland right now, amazingly being perpetrated by THE IRISH. I understand there's soccer (football) hooliganism and that, but it seems most rioting in White countries is done by blacks and/or foreigners these days.* Rioting by White people about anything is a big no-no. (See again.*)
The story started with an act of multiple stabbings, including of children by a man who is said to be a 20-year "National", meaning an immigrant. A "national" is not illegally in a country, though he may have started that way, but is not a citizen either. No matter the details, the guy is said to be some Algerian.
Though not as far gone as Sweden and France as far as the Moslem immigration invasion goes (or any other ethnicity), Ireland has seen its share of this cultural destruction. Peak Stupidity has seen some and blogged about it in Summer '22, including in the post A man's home is his castle. Our concluding paragraph of that post reads:
If the Irish allow large groups of foreigners to immigrate, these newcomers may eventually sound Irish, which is pretty weird when encountered, BTW, but they will not become Irish, even culturally. 10's of thousands of them in big cities will build their cultural fortresses, as those actual fortresses such as the Kilkenny Castle will be let to crumble and fade from history.The "Fighting Irish" is the name of the (American) football team, and stereotypes come from some truth. Perhaps the Irish are a little bit quick to anger. However, as in all of the Western White world, you get in a lot of trouble for showing the least big of anger against these immigration invasions. Everyone's been keeping a lid on it Well, the anger of the Irish may have just simmered over yesterday.
The Daily Mail article I read on this** has as its URL "Get-Furious-Dubliners-drive-police-City-Centre-five-people-including-three-children-stabbed-unverified-rumours-swirl-suspect-foreign-national.html" Talk about your bias here, that "unverified rumours" [sic] business is there to tell the reader that this anger and the rioting is probably bigoted and completely unjustified! First of all, in my best Irish brogue, which is better read than heard, "Unverified, bloody hell! Just look at the foooking mook, mate! That aside, who else DOES that?"
The Irish have a reason to riot against the Globalist authorities there even if these children (and whomever else) HADN'T been stabbed the other day. The fact is, the average Irishman never wanted these extreme foreigners (something like 15,000 Nigerians and a total # that's 12% of the fooking population) in their country.
One Micheal Martin, Deputy Prime Minister of Ireland, says of these riots, "This is not who we are. Quite to the contrary, this is EXACTLY who the Fighting Irish are, and this happening is very heartening!
Getting to a critical mass of people who can't be all be carted off and charged with "hate crimes" is not something very easy to plan and not very predictable. It can take the right spark, whether that particular spark is a justifiable reason or not. However, how many Irishmen go around stabbing children? I think this is justifiable, for the record only. I am hopeful this kind of thing spreads throughout the White Western world, until the Globalists stand down.
PS: Steve Sailer has a post up about this with a pretty solid opinion: A Riot Is the Voice of the Unheard, Unless It's Irish Hooligans. The comments there should be very good. It'd be great to see some here too.
That title of his reminds me of a quote from the guy who was assassinated 60 years ago the other day: "Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable." The Globalists would be wise to back off before JFK's adage comes to pass.
* ... with an exception being the very justifiable riot/protest of 1/6/21 over a fraudulent Presidential election. Yes, the term "rioting" is correct (for, what, 1% of the crowd or less?), but "insurrection" is most certainly not.
** I'm not linking to it simply because it's a huge file, taking forever to simmer down. has the following as its URL, the modern practice being that they are very descriptive to remain distinct, I guess...