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Sunday, October 28, 2018

Cue Potato Famine 2.0

Free speech advocates celebrate! The Irish can now blaspheme freely!
Ireland has voted to remove a reference to blasphemy as a punishable offense from the country’s constitution, paving the way for repeal of a law that criminalizes public utterances judged offensive to religious sensibilities.
It is becoming increasingly obvious that the true battle is neither Left vs Right nor even Globalist vs Nationalist, but rather Christianity vs Satanism in all its many guises.

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Blogger The Deplorable Podunk Ken Ramsey October 28, 2018 2:42 PM  

This may require fake Christian Bono to have another meeting with Pope Francis. They can go over the Lord's Prayer again. You know, to make sure that Jesus got it right.

Blogger Loyd Jenkins October 28, 2018 2:50 PM  

Does this mean you can speak against Mohammad and Allah?

Blogger Lukas Brunnor October 28, 2018 2:50 PM  

That was always the battle.

Blogger Michael Maier October 28, 2018 2:57 PM  

Loyd Jenkins wrote:Does this mean you can speak against Mohammad and Allah?

DIE, HERETIC!

Blogger Xellos October 28, 2018 3:01 PM  

Or Christianity vs Judaism.

Blogger S. Thermite October 28, 2018 3:05 PM  

Progressives: “The only brown-skinned person you’re allowed to insult is Jesus.”

Blogger matveidaniilovich October 28, 2018 3:06 PM  

Are you allowed to blaspheme the Holy-caust there?

Blogger InformationMerchant October 28, 2018 3:16 PM  

In fairness blasphemy laws at the moment only seem to apply to those that blaspheme against Islam. Speaking of which: https://www.aa.com.tr/en/europe/defaming-prophet-muhammed-not-free-expression-echr/1292823

You can't talk about the Prophet Muhammed -may peace be upon him- and his favourite wife.

The Quran is apparently both sacrosanct and hate speech. If right wingers want to abuse this, I advise they apply the same punishments to all Muslims that believe such outrageous rumours.

Blogger Crush Limbraw October 28, 2018 3:19 PM  

"It is becoming increasingly obvious that the true battle is neither Left vs Right nor even Globalist vs Nationalist, but rather Christianity vs Satanism in all its many guises." -
Bingo!
Another quote for my ever increasing Vox file!

Blogger Doktor Jeep October 28, 2018 3:25 PM  

This is the perfect take on the matter.
How can we help others get "Voxinated"?

Blogger Edgar Abbey October 28, 2018 3:29 PM  

So Ireland wants to protect speech that is blasphemous toward Christianity, but Scotland wants to throw a guy in prison for posting a joke video of a pug doing a Nazi salute.

Blogger Gregory the Great October 28, 2018 3:48 PM  

and all the French fries and potato chips in the world will not save them from ugly realisation that man does not live from potatoes alone as they drift without higher aims and deeper meaning through an ocean of colourful nothingness...

Blogger Wade R. Potts October 28, 2018 3:49 PM  

Always has been. That is what Revelation is about.

Blogger Dirk Manly October 28, 2018 3:49 PM  

Well, you know, that pug could organize all the other dogs into the neighborhood into a Sturmsbteilung, or even a Shutzstaffel!

Blogger Gregory the Great October 28, 2018 3:53 PM  

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Blogger Dirk Manly October 28, 2018 3:56 PM  

@12

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"and all the French fries and potato chips in the world will not save them from ugly realisation that man does not live from potatoes alone as they drift without higher aims and deeper meaning through an ocean of colourful nothingness..."

That's because despite all those potatoes, the Irish never figured out how to make vodka in all of it's colorless nothingness.

Blogger SciVo October 28, 2018 3:58 PM  

The Irish left: finishing the destruction of their people that the English couldn't.

Blogger Dane October 28, 2018 4:00 PM  

The chilling adventures of Sabrina from Netflix is unashamedly anti Christian. They flat out made Sabrina and her family devil worshippers. With reference to the dark Baptism, the devil being misunderstood and advocating a third way beyond good and evil. Of course it's also full of Feminism, woman rising above the evil Male Patriarchy.

Its actually the most direct non hidden anti Christian show on television.

The battle is no longer hidden. Hollywood is no longer bothered so much with subversive messaging or subtle symbolism or anti Christian morality in the guise of normal behavior.

Blogger Damelon Brinn October 28, 2018 4:03 PM  

On the other side of the ledger, the UK government has banned the phrase "Fake News" in any official documents.

Blogger Mark Stoval October 28, 2018 4:08 PM  

"It is becoming increasingly obvious that the true battle is neither Left vs Right nor even Globalist vs Nationalist, but rather Christianity vs Satanism in all its many guises." ~ Vox

I have been of this opinion for some time now. I also believe that it is the State (vs. a nation) that Satan uses as one of his main tools.

It is oft mentioned here that the 1960s unleashed the welfare state and opened the borders to all manner of 3rd world invaders. That was Satan acting through the State to destroy what was left of America.

When it is darkest, God often changes things and I hope that is in the cards now; but my reading of the end times tells me that there will be a time when the whole world becomes a hell hole. It this that time?

Blogger SciVo October 28, 2018 4:08 PM  

Say, I've heard hints that the Irish (and Scots, and others) have basically normalized alcoholism. I mean, not even trying to enforce standards of public behavior, at least in the big cities (and I would expect that to quickly filter out). Does anyone here know anything about it, and could it be related? In excess, booze can do a real number on the brain, especially when consecutive days extend into years. And the body is the vessel of the soul; its condition matters for wise and effective action.

Blogger Katechon October 28, 2018 4:11 PM  

Satan doesn't exist.

Blogger Dirk Manly October 28, 2018 4:12 PM  

@19

"On the other side of the ledger, the UK government has banned the phrase "Fake News" in any official documents."

This will surely put a huge dent in internal government documents relating to the BBC.

Blogger Dirk Manly October 28, 2018 4:13 PM  

@20

".

When it is darkest, God often changes things and I hope that is in the cards now; but my reading of the end times tells me that there will be a time when the whole world becomes a hell hole. It this that time?"

It's not anywhere as close to the hellhole that it will be in the tribulation. You need to refresh your memory on the Book of Revelations

Blogger SciVo October 28, 2018 4:14 PM  

It is always sad when a dyslexic child grows up and learns that Satan doesn't exist, and the presents under the tree are put there by Mom and Dad.

Blogger Servant of the Chief October 28, 2018 4:14 PM  

The media bubble in Ireland is honestly the most comprehensive in the entire world right now and the amount of propaganda and foreign money (yes, especially Soros money) flowing into all of these efforts to destroy Ireland from within is actually insane. We don't even have the pretense of dissent here in our media. The only upside I can give you guys of the situation, speaking as someone living through it, is that so much is happening so fast the inevitable reaction is bound to be phenomenal. There is always the chance we could just end up as the Sweden of the West (in fact that seems to be the enemy's goal here), but with Brexit intensifying issues right across the board from economics to revanchism, all we really need to get people onto the streets is another economic collapse as bread and circuses is the only thing keeping the mass demoralisation from resulting in reactionary attitudes exploding in popularity. And as we all know, thats going to be incoming fairly shortly. Keep an eye on Ireland, its going to be an entertaining clusterfuck in the near future.

Blogger Steb October 28, 2018 4:14 PM  

"Say, I've heard hints that the Irish (and Scots, and others) have basically normalized alcoholism."

Thats always been true (us English as well). Back to the middle ages at least. I haven't seen the stats for Ireland but my guess would be that they drink less now than 20 years ago. It's drugs that are really taking off over there, from what I've heard.

Blogger The Service October 28, 2018 4:20 PM  

If the true battle is Christianity vs Satanism in all its forms, then we should be careful to remember that Lucifer often wears a mask of love and piety.

After all, didn't those blasphemy laws help the church to conceal that it was raping the hell out of children all over Ireland for decades?

Blogger Servant of the Chief October 28, 2018 4:20 PM  

Steb wrote:"Say, I've heard hints that the Irish (and Scots, and others) have basically normalized alcoholism."

Thats always been true (us English as well). Back to the middle ages at least. I haven't seen the stats for Ireland but my guess would be that they drink less now than 20 years ago. It's drugs that are really taking off over there, from what I've heard.


This. Statistically the English are worse drunks than we are and have been for most of the last century, part of the myth of Irish drunkenness is essentially 19th century disparagement that has been more or less normalised and accepted even by the Irish themselves. Amusingly, for most of the large century, we also drank more tea than the English did proportionally.

Blogger Matthew McDaniel October 28, 2018 4:21 PM  

Is the unintelligible Scottish brogue actually the slurred speech of a drunken man?

Blogger Matthew McDaniel October 28, 2018 4:23 PM  

Finns drink more than anyone in Europe. We must ask Markuu the secret of their ways of managing vice & remaining productive.

Blogger Paddy J S October 28, 2018 4:39 PM  

As an Irish man and reader of this blog I cant help but agree in part with vox.
However in Ireland the devil made a special visit here on may 25th when we legalised abortion on demand. Ireland is sadly in midst of his power now. Church has been destroyed here because of sodomites in priesthood and clericals who raped teenage boys. Also from their own incompetence they have weakened Christian message.
Ireland needs a miracle soon. We also need your prayers

Blogger SciVo October 28, 2018 4:40 PM  

Fairly certain the answer to any question about a Finnish virtue is "the sauna."

Blogger SmokeyJoe October 28, 2018 4:41 PM  

"but my reading of the end times tells me that there will be a time when the whole world becomes a hell hole."

And that is when Satan, posing as Christ, will show up to fix all the problems. Since he is the architect of them, won't take much effort.

Blogger Ferdinand October 28, 2018 4:47 PM  

So Vox, are you in favor of the European court judgement that naming Mohammed as a pedophile is a punishable offence? Or, would you be in favor of it if it were a national court ruling it and not an international one? Or would it be okay in your opinion to defame Islam in a christian country, but not Christianity?

Blogger John Calla October 28, 2018 4:53 PM  

Look at what has happened to Ireland in the span of just two decades.

Chesterton was right when he said that if you eject God, something else will fill the void.

All those prophecies from Quito to Fatima to Akita sure are coming together now.

Blogger SciVo October 28, 2018 4:55 PM  

Steb wrote:Thats always been true (us English as well). Back to the middle ages at least. I haven't seen the stats for Ireland but my guess would be that they drink less now than 20 years ago. It's drugs that are really taking off over there, from what I've heard.

Oh, well that would explain it better. Plenty of saints were drinkers, but personal observation has failed to refute the fundamentalist and evangelical Christian belief that recreational drug use opens people up to demonic influence.

Blogger Crush Limbraw October 28, 2018 5:01 PM  

To Ferdinand:
When Jesus told the Pharisees they belonged to the father of lies - was He defaming or telling the truth?

Blogger Jack Amok October 28, 2018 5:11 PM  

Statistically the English are worse drunks than we are and have been for most of the last century

Americans in the colonial days drank even more than the English. British visitors to the Colonies were shocked at how much their American cousins drank (mostly rum). From The Journals of Nicholas Cresswell, A British Traveler in the North American Colonies:

"A very mad frolic this evening. Set the house on fire three times and broke Mr. Dream's leg...got drunk a committed a number of foolish actions."

Estimates are that the average adult American around the time of the revolution drank 5 to 7 shots of rum a day.

Blogger English Tom October 28, 2018 5:15 PM  

@Servant of the Chief

Burning people out of their houses is a long and glorious Irish tradition. I can see it being rekindled in the future, and yes, pun intended!

Blogger SciVo October 28, 2018 5:23 PM  

Hypothesis: As psychoactive drug use becomes more widespread in a nation, it will progressively (pun intended) turn away from God and His law.

Reasoning: The people are opening themselves up to demonic influence by weakening their God-given natural defenses.

Test: This hypothesis can be potentially falsified by examining a nation whose recreational drug use increased without it turning away from Jesus, or at least not more than surrounding nations that did not increase their drug use. However, such a result would still have to contend with alternate hypotheses regarding whether some recreational drugs don't have that effect, and whether some prescription drugs do.

Blogger Gregory the Great October 28, 2018 5:25 PM  

very goid!

Blogger Eduardo October 28, 2018 5:25 PM  

All this beer talk is pretty funny and it does explains why Americans burned the boats, Hangover 1773, 4 colonial friends went to a bar, woke up the next day with all the tea boats burned.

Although you people still don't know how to drink beer, you never let the head build up to keep the flavor IN! Dad had to teach one of you when he went to Washington.... he was also probably drunk at the moment XD.

Blogger Matthew McDaniel October 28, 2018 5:32 PM  

“Pharmakeia” is the Greek word we derive “pharmacy” from. The New Testament translates it as “witchcraft.” Show me the lie?

Blogger Trebor Nosemaj October 28, 2018 5:34 PM  

Vox, I'm Irish, living in Ireland and to be honest I was very suspicious when they passed the blasphemy law originally, as the government began to appeal to powerful non-Irish elites, trying to lure them by selling Irish passports quite openly. I felt maybe it was to appease Arabic interest as the Irish Islamic community was beginning to settle. The Catholic Church was long since ridiculed anyway due to child-sex scandals, and even when the blasphemy laws were in place, they were barely excercised anyway. The situation in Ireland was/is very different than the US in this regard. To be honest I think most Catholics here would be happy it's gone if it meant they could criticize Islam here in the future if it started to branch out more into secular society.

Blogger Doktor Jeep October 28, 2018 5:35 PM  

@18
Do we wait for Hollywood to fall into the sea or do we provide an opposite reaction?

Blogger dienw October 28, 2018 5:35 PM  

I had an Irish artist as a Facebook acquaintance for a couple years; we had the same artist mentor about ten years apart. Last year about this time he purchased one of my paintings. In his posts he demonstrated that he did not care much for his fellow Irishmen;then in January he posts about how upset he is about the seaweed in one of the bays being harvested by some major corporation; I comment on his post that I found it ironic that he cares more for the seaweed than for his own people. Well, that caused great consternation with his friends and he decided to unfriend me. Very strange set of principles.

Blogger Trebor Nosemaj October 28, 2018 5:43 PM  

Just to add, no matter how vitriolic attitudes were towards the Church, either by the public or media, I don't recall any incidents of blasphemy. Anger was always directed at the Organization. Things like "Piss Christ" or mocking Jesus would gain little traction amongst the Irish public of any/no beliefs. Might be something to do with a lack of presence of a particular minority.

Blogger MendoScot October 28, 2018 5:46 PM  

@39. Jack Amok
Estimates are that the average adult American around the time of the revolution drank 5 to 7 shots of rum a day.
I always suspected that you were a bunch of pussies.

Blogger James Dixon October 28, 2018 5:58 PM  

> To be honest I think most Catholics here would be happy it's gone if it meant they could criticize Islam here in the future if it started to branch out more into secular society.

Oh, how cute. Someone who believes the laws will be applied equally.

Seriously, insulting Islam will still be treated as a hate crime (and we won't even get started with the Jewis faith), but people will be free to insult Christianity all they want. That's always been the goal.

Blogger Dirk Manly October 28, 2018 6:01 PM  

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Blogger Trebor Nosemaj October 28, 2018 6:01 PM  

The majority of Irish people don't have a clue that the Overton Window has shifted because we don't feel the same sands shifting under our feet like the British & Americans do. For example, we have Muslims, but no problems. Immigration is dramatic, but is by & large peaceful enough so far. So, Irish people don't understand the real reasons why Trump was elected. They would laugh if you told them the US was anti-white and call you silly. Brexit perplexed Irish people. The best way of understanding Irish concesus is to place the Overton Window at Bill Clinton Liberal/George Bush Republican. We are that far behind. And nobody here would have voted Bush. Not even 10% if I had to bet. We have no idea that we are part of the trend of the collapse of Western Civilization. Nobody I talk to even has an idea what has happened to Sweden in the past 5 years. So, Irish people think it's weird that they should have an identity to protect because they don't see the winds of change and will think you're a bad racist for pointing this out. People think Bono makes his statements as a Globalist; unfortunately they are exactly the same as the common Irishman.

Blogger Shane Farrell October 28, 2018 6:02 PM  

I hope you're right. I really, really do. The last few years have really devestated me about the long term prospects of my country. I dread what my kids have to face.

Blogger Servant of the Chief October 28, 2018 6:03 PM  

With regards to the Jews, the Jewish community in Ireland is no more than 400 years old and, surprisingly, has never broke 4000 in numbers. They have always been surprisingly quiet in Irish affairs, not meddling in it as they seem to everywhere else (at least until Alan Shatter decided to tikun some olum, I dont actually know of any other Jewish shenanigans in Irish affairs before him) The situation with Catholicism in Ireland is, actually, rather baffling if considered from a non-Irish perspective. Despite how horrendous the situation is in the Church, no matter how many homosexuals, communists, pedophiles, masonics, cultists, satanists and God knows what else ruin it, compromise it and use its resources to do their evil, the majority of Irishmen simply won't turn into God hating, atheist progressives. They hate the institutions, but this is rarely a hate for God. Yes it can lead to startling hypocrisy, such as people who go to Church regularly still voting for things like Abortion on a 'screw the Church' rationality (actually the case in the last referendum, in fact its why the propaganda pushes this aspect so hard, because it always appeals more to Irish anger than appeals to human rights appeals to our sense of Justice), while most Irish are effectively secular, demoralised and more liberal morally, very few, if any will hate the Catholic Church in a spiritual sense, certainly not enough to leave the Church and become protestant and definitely not enough to go off and become full apostate. This became clear with the latest Papal visit (regardless of what anyone thinks of Pope Francis) where fidelity to the Faith and the Church was still strong enough to elicit people flying small papal flags from cars or large ones from house windows with nary an eye blinked.

>inb4 protestants: Sorry lads, but Protestantism is not the answer here, the Church is full of traitors right now doing evil shit but that does not invalidate the Church itself nor its teachings. If Ireland is to regain its Christianity, it will be under the Catholic Church or bust. The National Psyche simply won't accept anything else.

Blogger Dirk Manly October 28, 2018 6:06 PM  

@28

"If the true battle is Christianity vs Satanism in all its forms, then we should be careful to remember that Lucifer often wears a mask of love and piety."

In a war zone, the man who you should be the most suspicious of is a civilian in any sort of clerical garb consistent with the locale and/or his ethnic appearance. The only people who you should be even more suspicious of are females in religious garb (because for one, she/they might not be female! -- Arab military lore is chock full of assassins dressing up as women to hide their weaponry. They are literally the least honorable tribes on the planet.)

"After all, didn't those blasphemy laws help the church to conceal that it was raping the hell out of children all over Ireland for decades? "

Blesphamy laws generally don't cover making accusations of criminal behavior by religious leaders. Most religions frown upon fraudulent leaders. Islam being a notable exception.

Blasphemy laws basically cover statements contrary to the foundation level beliefs that are fundamental to the religion. (Which may be numerous. For example, publicly contradicting any part of the religion's primary book.)

Blogger Dirk Manly October 28, 2018 6:10 PM  

@31

"Finns drink more than anyone in Europe. We must ask Markuu the secret of their ways of managing vice & remaining productive. "

Snow. Same for the Russians.

Blogger Dirk Manly October 28, 2018 6:13 PM  

@37
"Oh, well that would explain it better. Plenty of saints were drinkers, but personal observation has failed to refute the fundamentalist and evangelical Christian belief that recreational drug use opens people up to demonic influence."

....all the way up to full-blown demonic posession.

Blogger Trebor Nosemaj October 28, 2018 6:21 PM  

The situation in practicality (NOT in principle) is very different in Ireland than the US concerning Christianity. The thing is in Ireland (unlike the US), practically nobody of any belief/atheist attacks Christianity in Ireland, despite huge anger being expressed by the public and media over Catholic Child Sex abuse. The blasphemy law in practice was irrelevant. Non-Christians here would be disgusted by the idea of a "Piss Christ" for example. To repeat; WE DON'T HAVE INFLUENTIAL MEMBERS OF A PARTICULAR TRIBE WHO MAY HAVE CONTEMPT FOR CHRISTIANITY. Thus, having no blasphemy law STILL won't affect the status of views towards Christianity in Ireland, but in the future may at least allow some criticism of Islam if it should grow in influence. Granted, there will probably be some crappy "hate speech" laws in place to counteract that.

Blogger Paddy J S October 28, 2018 6:28 PM  

Nice to know I'm not only Irish man who reads vox

Blogger Trebor Nosemaj October 28, 2018 6:28 PM  

Sorry, nobody attacks the notion of Christ and serving in the name of Christ and the sacraments of the Church. They have attacked the Catholic Institutions for their historical practice of and especially cover-up of child abuse which has been on a huge scale.

Blogger Trebor Nosemaj October 28, 2018 6:30 PM  

Thanks for expressing more elegantly what I tried to state in previous posts!

Blogger Homesteader October 28, 2018 6:30 PM  

The REVELATION to St. John.

Nate corrected me on this, years ago.

Refresh your memory..

Blogger Paddy J S October 28, 2018 6:31 PM  

Very true.

Blogger Paddy J S October 28, 2018 6:31 PM  

It's great to see I'm not only Irishman on this.

Blogger MendoScot October 28, 2018 6:33 PM  

@54 Servant of the Chief

>inb4 protestants: Sorry lads, but Protestantism is not the answer here

BWAHAHAHAHA!

We are all Protestants now.

Blogger Trebor Nosemaj October 28, 2018 6:34 PM  

Cheers Paddy J S, I think there's another one below..."Servant of the Chief"- he seems to have an Irish take on the situation.

Blogger Servant of the Chief October 28, 2018 6:38 PM  

Aye I'm Irish, live on the border actually, voted yes on Brexit specifically hoping it'd cause chaos in the Republic that might lead to an Irexit.

Might get my wish if things continue the way they be going.

Blogger Joseph Maroney October 28, 2018 6:43 PM  

"It is becoming increasingly obvious that the true battle is neither Left vs Right nor even Globalist vs Nationalist, but rather Christianity vs Satanism in all its many guises."

This is absolutely correct, and is exhibit A that the show battles we're typically given are of a false paradigm.

Blogger CynicalMan October 28, 2018 6:52 PM  

Frame it in whatever terms you like but it is a battle as old as time between good and evil.

Blogger Dirk Manly October 28, 2018 6:53 PM  

@46

"Do we wait for Hollywood to fall into the sea or do we provide an opposite reaction?"

The same Hollywood that didn't sink into the sea before they were forced to adopt the Motion Picture Production (Hays) Code?

There was a lot of flagrant and gratuitous nudity, drug use, and sexual portrayals before the Hays Code was forced on them by an avalanche of censorship bills starting in the early 1920s.

Blogger weka October 28, 2018 7:01 PM  

May a Cromwell deal.with the Irish left and their pagan imported new Irish

Blogger PH October 28, 2018 7:12 PM  

According to the ECJ to call Mohammed a pedophile is a crime.

Blogger weka October 28, 2018 7:15 PM  

And the official church of Ireland in pre republican to es was the (anglican) church of Ireland. The Catholic majority were deemed non conforming and had to pay tithes to a church they despised.

Having said this, the current pope will be in used as an illustration of an apostate Antichrist for all eternity.

Blogger InformationMerchant October 28, 2018 7:51 PM  

@35 That's not defamation.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aisha

SJWikipedia even says:

"Aisha's age at the time of her marriage is frequently mentioned in Islamic literature.[11] According to Sunni hadith sources, Aisha was six or seven years old when she was married to Muhammad in Mecca. The marriage was consummated after the Hegira to Medina, when she had reached the age of nine or ten years old.[24] Many scholars interpret this to indicate that she reached puberty at this age.[10][11][12][13][14][25][26][27] For example, Sahih al-Bukhari states that Aisha narrated that "the Prophet married her when she was six years old and he consummated his marriage when she was nine years old, and then she remained with him for nine years (i.e., till his death)."[28][24]"

Blogger John Best October 28, 2018 8:39 PM  

The Celtic Irish fought an 800 year conflict to remove the British, just to be ruled by a Gay Indian. UVF and IRA will be fighting side by side on the streets up Dublin soon enough.

Blogger Ford Prefect October 28, 2018 9:12 PM  

@21: the normalization of alcoholism in Ireland goes way back. In the 1970s, we bussed (one s or two?) from Dublin to Shannon. Along the way, the bus stopped in a little town (just a few buildings along the roadway). My father and I walked the length of the "town" and counted twice as many pubs as all other buildings combined. Priorities were clear.

Blogger Dirk Manly October 28, 2018 9:13 PM  

" Many scholars interpret this to indicate that she reached puberty at this age.[10][11][12][13][14][25][26][27] For example, Sahih al-Bukhari states that Aisha narrated that "the Prophet married her when she was six years old and he consummated his marriage when she was nine years old, and then she remained with him for nine years "

Yeah, because marginally-nourished girls living in the desert reach puberty oh so early.

Damned Moslems. They have to lie even about the obvious.

Blogger Manuel October 28, 2018 9:18 PM  

I mean electing a sodomite Indian was what de Valera and Collins intended, right?

Blogger Stilicho October 28, 2018 9:27 PM  

Meh, the bog-hoppers won't even notice another potato famine--they've been subsisting on Trevelyan's corn since the first go-round... it just comes from Brussels these days.

It'll probably be a plague of rapists from Africa this time.

Blogger S. Thermite October 28, 2018 11:24 PM  

@MendoScott
I always suspected that you were a bunch of pussies

Hahah! Especially if those 5-7 shots were spread out throughout the day. And only a teetotaler would call in sick the next day after only six drinks at night....a typical male metabolosm can muscle through much worse.

Blogger weka October 29, 2018 2:35 AM  

No. Merkel and Macron

Blogger James Dixon October 29, 2018 6:33 AM  

Speaking of Merkel, she's announced she's quitting at the end of this term.

Blogger VFM #7634 October 29, 2018 7:20 AM  

@SciVo

Since the 1960s, i.e. Vatican II, per capita alcohol consumption in Ireland has quadrupled.

Blogger Red Bane October 29, 2018 7:59 AM  

This ruling seems go counter to the EUs recent decision decrying criticism of Islam as being hate speech

Blogger Ledford Ledford October 29, 2018 8:34 AM  

I like Irish music and Irish poetry, but never let Irishmen decide your national fate. Philip Hart of Hart-Celler being the prime North American example.

Maybe the Irish will be better off under Hindu or Moslem rule. Or at least more disposed to preserve their Irishness.

On second Irish thought, JKF doesn't look too bad in retrospect, not compared to Johnson. Kennedy only ALMOST started WWIII, which in any event couldn't have done the permanent damage the immigration act did.

Blogger MidnightSun300 October 29, 2018 9:25 AM  

I have relatives in Ireland and visited last summer and was just shocked by the empathy of the youth and the acceptation of globalism by the adults. It seems these people do not question anything government forces on them. I was walking on a crowded street with my brother in law and stated that "The EU in a few short years accomplished what Hitler couldn't." My God, you think I'd just murdered someone! He told me "Shhh. You can't say things like that in public."
The socialism in Ireland represses free thought and ideas. Young adults are placed into professions the government deems proper. The hospitals there are
antiquated staffed mostly by Pakistani doctors. Free markets are non-existant. It is a soft communism that shows no signs of slowing. And we all know what that leads to.

Blogger veryfunnyminion October 29, 2018 9:50 AM  

"And we all know what that leads to."

More Irish showing up at the docks of New York?

Blogger Sam October 29, 2018 10:15 AM  

Ferdinand wrote:So Vox, are you in favor of the European court judgement that naming Mohammed as a pedophile is a punishable offence? Or, would you be in favor of it if it were a national court ruling it and not an international one? Or would it be okay in your opinion to defame Islam in a christian country, but not Christianity?

Vox already gave the 16 points. Countries creating laws against blasphemy for their local religion is consistent with it, but making blasphemy laws for outsider religions is opposed to it (since it is obviously an attempt to attack the beliefs of the majority).

@54
Attacking the local beliefs is a power play; the Jews that were interested in power in Ireland went to England to gain it so presumably the ones who live there now aren't hyper-focused on the rat race.

Blogger dtbb October 29, 2018 10:19 AM  

Ever hear of potcheen? Strong stuff!

Blogger K G October 29, 2018 11:23 AM  

Poor, stupid Ireland. First the abortion vote and now this. Used to be a bastion of Catholicism and fighting men. Brian Boru they are no longer.

Blogger Paddy J S October 29, 2018 11:43 AM  

No. May it be a Michael Collins not some English psycho

Blogger Paddy J S October 29, 2018 11:45 AM  

You can bet those cuckservatives and lefties will scream hate speech laws minute Islam gets it

Blogger Paddy J S October 29, 2018 11:46 AM  

I think your wrong man. A lot of left are attacking church as a means to attack Christ and his sacraments. They are conflating the two to attack Christianity. Remember protestantism will never catch on in Ireland only Catholicism. Destroy that you wipe out Christianity here.

Blogger MidnightSun300 October 29, 2018 1:45 PM  

#86 "Empathy of the youth" should have read "apathy of the youth."

Blogger Trebor Nosemaj October 29, 2018 3:16 PM  

I'm an Irish Catholic (living in Ireland), and I would agree that the historical Irish Catholic (not Ulster/Scots Irish) has on the whole been detrimental to the original founding principles of the US. However, even though the majority of Irish in Ireland would be at least 90% aligned to Dem issues, It's mainly because very few people have yet experienced the consequences of those issues. Immigration has greatly increased, but little negative has happened, the Islamic lobby actually puts It's neck out(!) in tackling extremist ideas (so far), Fatherhood and traditional families are greatly respected & are the norm (despite being mainly non-Christian). Even though Divorce is legal, I don't know anybody who is divorced (I'm 40 years old). It is mainly naivete that voted for abortion & gay marriage. Most Irish people who voted for abortion fell for the bullshit of "What if she was raped?", "Her health was in danger?" despite Google Images of crazy SJWs celebrating. Tbh, Irish society laughs at these types but again are clueless as to how much power they have as a lobby group in both media & government so they don't oppose. Believe me, when we start to experience what US, Sweden, Britain is experiencing on the ground, the naivete will fall from our eyes, and you will see a major split. One thing Irish people have is that they're very easy going until they're not. Absolutely shite at planning, foreseeing, taking people/groups at face value but we are a reactive lot and a mocking lot when we experience it physically. Our politicians don't have the same sort of insulated bubble bigger countries enjoy, they HAVE TO rub shoulders with the common folk during out of work hours and the common folk have it in them to be more frank as the average US citizen (non-SJWs). There is absolutely zero reverence for or fear of Irish politicians. We have it in us to be red-pilled on a large scale and I could easily see a 50-50 divide if we experience even a quarter of what Britain faces. To a quote I once heard; "The Irish can be bullshitters but because of that It's hard to bullshit them" when the consequences are placed directly in front of them.

Blogger Charlie Baud October 29, 2018 10:06 PM  

@Trebor Nosemaj

Don't be naive. The abuse scandal was deliberately concocted by the Anglo-Jewish media to undermine the Church and demoralize the public while shoring up EU secularism as a more honest alternative. While there are plenty of accusations against the church, actual proof of wrong-doing is hard to come by. Take the McAleese report, it found no actual proof of abuse in the Magdalene laundries, but that didn't stop the Anglo-Jewish media from running all sorts of salacious allegations.

This is just the latest development in a decades-long psyop which itself is a fragment of the Judeo-Masonic war against the church.

https://fitzinfo.wordpress.com/2017/06/11/irelands-white-dispossession-began-decades-ago-at-hands-of-judeo-masonic-forces/
http://www.themediareport.com/2013/02/19/truth-about-irelands-magdalene-laundries/
https://fitzinfo.wordpress.com/2017/07/25/judeo-masonry-allied-with-british-imperialist-anglo-saxons/
https://www.catholicleague.org/irelands-mass-graves-story-is-fake-news/

"As for the vexed issue of clerical sexual abuse, some prominent Anglo Irish Protestants, to their great credit, have lamented how the Irish media and state class deliberately suppress information about such abuse in Protestant denominations—the presstitutes’ clear intent being to foster the false impression that this disgusting vice is a purely Catholic problem. And even the notoriously un-Catholic Catholic Archbishop of Dublin has revealed that the same Irish government which relentlessly bashes the Church for covering up clerical sexual abuse has written to him requesting that he allow lay teachers convicted of child sexual abuse to continue teaching in Catholic schools! As they say, you couldn’t make it up."

https://fitzinfo.wordpress.com/2017/06/11/irelands-white-dispossession-began-decades-ago-at-hands-of-judeo-masonic-forces/

"Will the Irish government act on the recommendations of people like Dr. Buckley with the same determination as it demanded from the Church authorities? In all the bluster there has been no mention of the shocking revelations last year that the Irish Health Service Executive (HSE) “believes that approximately 200 children have died in state care in the last ten years.”"

https://www.mercatornet.com/articles/view/irish_grandstanding/9649

Irish Catholics weren't detremental to the founding principles of the US, the founding principles of the US were detrimental to the Western world as they were derived from Anglo-Masonry.

Blogger Dirk Manly October 29, 2018 10:09 PM  

@85

"On second Irish thought, JKF doesn't look too bad in retrospect, not compared to Johnson. Kennedy only ALMOST started WWIII, which in any event couldn't have done the permanent damage the immigration act did."

The reason it went as far as it did was because in a face to face meeting with Khruschev, Kennedy came off as weak (one of the consequences of the press hiding Kennedy's several health issues, including lingering pain with episodes of intense pain). So, because of that misjudgement, Khruschev tried to put the missiles in Cuba. At that point, Kennedy had no other choice but to take the risk, or else ruin the family name, let alone his own.

Blogger Trebor Nosemaj October 31, 2018 11:52 PM  

I understand Irish & English MSM stuck the knife in & exploited the situation, I'm afraid you're the one who is totally naive. I have to presume you're not native Irish or if so, under 40 years of age, because the general abuse/lack of empathy of many Irish Catholic institutions was very visible on the surface also. My whole Clan (ie Mother, Uncles, Aunts) grew up in a Children's Home (Orphanage)- Lakelands, Sandymount and experienced abuse, including sexual. I myself grew up in State Care, including a Children's Home called Madonna House (Dublin), run by nuns and am familiar with the system; but while abused in Foster Care, I cannot blame a religious order, but it gave me some insight and It's this; having a group of celibate men (from old-school rural Ireland), (many of whom didn't join the priesthood because of a love of Christ's teachings) live with & raise a big gang of kids in an almost industrial type of environment with ZERO training or other experience will lead to ABSOLUTE DISASTER. It is completely the opposite of a Family Unit & because of immense State power they were no checks and balances. The priests and nuns were poorly equipped psychologically to deal with this, yet wanted all the authority. Many cracked under the pressure and developed deviant habits. I completely understand Jewish influence in Western Culture, but unlike the USA, the Catholic Church in many cases ran much Government Policy and Irish Society and had control over legislation it was interested in. In many cases the Government simply did what the Church said. This real power they had in everyday society was felt by everybody who is over 40 today, even if they were never in an institution. Btw, I'm so familiar with this, that even that Dr. Buckley you mention (I presume Dr Helen Buckley) was actually a Social Worker assigned to me as a kid - I requested the State Board to fire her from my case because she wouldn't fulfil some important but basic requests! Anyway, this idea that groups, other than Jewish power groups, who have had great power and haven't abused that power is insane. Anybody who is native Irish and over 40 lived in a tiny country of then 3.8 million with only one major city of 1.5 million. We didn't need to be informed by a Media or English papers to tell us of this power. It was witnessed in every single community - WE LIVED IT. Even the few here who are fully aware of the JQ would laugh at your naivete, but I understand we live in a crazy through the looking glass world thanks to a lying media & history so I have empathy for how you may see this situation from afar - non of us can get all our speculations correct by theory alone, sometimes important data is not there to examine.

Blogger Trebor Nosemaj November 01, 2018 12:03 AM  

To give a sense of the experience of nearly every child raised in a Catholic institution even if they never suffered abuse; your very being was starved of Compassion, comfort and the most basic affection. Your fragile soul is kicked in it's womb and It's mark is felt in adulthood.

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