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Saturday, February 01, 2020

Mailvox: a note from Ireland

An Irish reader writes about the current status of Ireland:
A note as to whats happening in Ireland, the western fringe of Europe. In 2016, the Irish wing of Pegida was routed from the streets of Dublin by Antifa, which was a black pill for the nationalists at that time. Things have grown, massively since then, possibly exponentially. There is a General Election for our Parliament here on the 8th of February 2020, and there are just shy of 40 nationalists from the three nationalist parties running for seats. This is obviously a tremendous rate of growth and is a clear sign of the shift away from globalism.

The Irish still tend to love the EU, and view Brexit with disdain, but on the other hand we have a character of nationalism and have an immunity to white guilt.

We have deep connection to the swamp, the Clintons, Haiti, the (((Global Finance System))), and have had the best of the worst try to De-Christianise, abort,and replace us. Yet it seems that this trend has peaked, and is slowly rolling back.  Small countries like ours can be converged quickly, but we can fix ourselves quicker too. This little island is a microcosm of the wider struggle and if we can do it, so can anyone.  All we need is faith and a steady supply of white pills.
I have to admit, I have never understood how the Irish could fight so hard and so long for their independence from the British, only to immediately turn around and hand over their sovereignty to the European Union. It was one of the most ridiculous, most inexplicable things I've seen in my lifetime. Here is hoping that the Irish will soon learn from their disastrous mistake and will follow the lead of the British in exiting the EU and reestablishing their sovereignty.

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39 Comments:

Blogger Shane Bradman February 01, 2020 10:18 AM  

On the issue of Northern Island relating to Brexit, there's a very good chance that whatever agreement is currently in place was only agreed upon with the intent to say "sorry we've changed our minds, please fuck off now" before too long.

Blogger Paddy J S February 01, 2020 10:26 AM  

I am an Irish history teacher and I have nothing but contempt for the political media and governing classes in Ireland.
They hate Christianity, they hate Irish patriotism and they are slaves to liberal order. They literally cheered on Clinton and in 2018 celebrated the killings of unborn children. Literally celebrated it.
There are Irish who are proud of their religious and nationalist heritage and we haven't gone away. Pray for us lads. We will and can turn it around soon.

Blogger Johnny February 01, 2020 10:30 AM  

Turns out you don't have to take people's freedom away, just ask them nicely and they will give it to you.

Blogger SciVo February 01, 2020 10:45 AM  

The Irish are a classic example of Indo-Europeans conquering an indigenous people through alcohol. I'm sure that when they set aside their whisky and beer, they can exchange lachrymose for fierce.

Blogger Wazdakka February 01, 2020 10:48 AM  

Best wishes to my Irish brethren. Totally agree that although late to the woke culture game, they have run it faster than most. I likewise suspect that they will flee this nonsense faster aswell.

Blogger Crazy Dave February 01, 2020 10:50 AM  

We have deep connection to the swamp, the Clintons, Haiti, the (((Global Finance System)))


And don't forget Bono. He's a force to be reckoned with!

Blogger Ransom Smith February 01, 2020 10:54 AM  

Someone should just start the rumor that England thinks the Eu is what's best for Ireland.
Naturally the Irish would leave the EU the next day.

Blogger RedJack February 01, 2020 11:21 AM  

My friend in Ireland explained it like this. Since the English hate the EU, we must support it. Same reason some of my Eastern Orthodox and Catholic friends HATE the GOP. Someone talked bad to their great X grandpa and so they want to destroy the US.

Grudges and hate motivate people more than logic and enlightened self interest.

Blogger Ora Tevzre February 01, 2020 11:28 AM  

@Crazy Dave > And don't forget Bono. He's a force to be reckoned with!

That reminds me of a joke.

What's the difference between God and Bono? “God doesn't walk around Dublin thinking he's Bono.”

Blogger Pathfinderlight February 01, 2020 11:43 AM  

The only way to explain the Irish losing their sovereignty like this is treason.

Blogger Manuel February 01, 2020 11:49 AM  

The same with the Scottish. They all said if they got independence they'd go right back to join the EU. WTF, then what's the point of independence? Where's that fierce Gaelic spirit we keep reading about?

Blogger VFM #7634 February 01, 2020 11:56 AM  

I have to admit, I have never understood how the Irish could fight so hard and so long for their independence from the British, only to immediately turn around and hand over their sovereignty to the European Union.

And the Irish have had to bail out European banks too.

The British, despite all their faults, still have blood ties to the Irish that continental Europeans don't, and the Irish are finding that Europeans don't give two sh-ts about them.

The Promethean takeover of the Catholic Church through Vatican II did a number on Catholics everywhere, and Ireland is no exception.

Blogger Newscaper312 February 01, 2020 12:02 PM  

Growing up Catholic in the US in the 70s I remember the petitions always included a prayer for peace in Northern Ireland, which was always simplistically painted as Catholic-Protestant friction.
Later I learned that Northern Ireland was not merely controlled by the Briyish and majority Protesrant, but actually was different ethnically because of the Border Scots and others transplanted and colonized there.
Only still later did I learn, courtesy of Tom Clancy and other reading that the presumably "catholic" Irish Republican Army played nice with Soviets, PLO, etc. I assumed that was a marriage of convenience, but it was even later when I saw the movies Micgael Collins and The Wind that Shakes the Barley (both good movies)... that the IRA was basically Marxist from the get-go, on top of the basic Irish rebellion.
So that helps explain the globalist friendly streak in Ireland today.

Blogger artensoll February 01, 2020 12:05 PM  

"I have never understood how the Irish could fight so hard and so long for their independence from the British, only to immediately turn around and hand over their sovereignty to the European Union"

I hear that. As an English nationalist I've watched with chin on floor, willing them to please wake up and see what is happening, knowing their inherent mistrust of me will not allow them to even accept my prayers let alone my support.

It is encouraging to hear people like Grand Torino and John Waters fighting for their Nation and Paddy @2 be so optimistic. I agree they can turn it around faster than the rest of us; they have the Logos. The English do not.

I wonder if the Irish will love their neighbour as themselves when all is said and done.

Blogger cheddarman February 01, 2020 12:30 PM  

Just get the Irish singing the old IRA songs from the pre-independence days.

Blogger Theproductofafineeduction February 01, 2020 12:54 PM  

Celts are Indo-Europeans. They suffered the same thing the English did, a Norman invasion.

Blogger Basta Con La Droga February 01, 2020 1:15 PM  

"I have never understood how the Irish could fight so hard and so long for their independence from the British"

Same goes for the scots.

Blogger Paddy J S February 01, 2020 1:25 PM  

That's utter bullshit
Michael Collins in no way portrays the IRA as Marxist. Most of the old IRA (the IRA that won Irish freedom in war of Independence between 1919-1923) was very conservative and very Catholic. After the IRA split over the nature of Independence won in the war against the Brits it's true Marxist politics was in a small minority of them but it was never dominant. The provisional IRA founded in 1969 during the Troubles was different. It was always very socialist friendly.

Blogger Pseudotsuga February 01, 2020 1:29 PM  

Many years ago when I first heard that the Germans were getting rid of Deutschmark in favor of the Euro, I thought this was a terrible idea. It was a case of "follow the money": Who was going to make a profit from this?
I realized that it was not the average German (or Frenchman or whatever), but the ruling/political class who were going to reap this windfall at the expense of most others of their countrymen.
I think the British realized this in time for Brexit.
There is hope (as reader Paddy posted above) that the Irish masses realize that Irexit is the way to keep their sovereignity and culture.

Blogger CS February 01, 2020 1:30 PM  

Paddy J S wrote:They hate Christianity, they hate Irish patriotism and they are slaves to liberal order. They literally cheered on Clinton and in 2018 celebrated the killings of unborn children. Literally celebrated it.

Like all the other European peoples. Europeans have been psyched into a a suicidal self-hatred which they salve by inviting in the Diversity and seeking legal penalties for the "haters" and "racists" opposed to the genocide of their own people.

There is not a European nation with a positive fertility rate. Already the Brits have handed over 20% of their tiny living space (and most of their capital city) to people from elsewhere, people from the vast land masses of Asia, Africa and the Middle-East, people of alien race, religion and culture who, like all settlers, are intent on demographic and cultural conquest.

Blogger Newscaper312 February 01, 2020 1:39 PM  

@ Paddy
If I misremembered the *degree* of Marxist influence, my apologies, I will take another look. It's been a long time.

Blogger Newscaper312 February 01, 2020 1:42 PM  

Re Scots & Irish disliking the English so much they tolerate if not embrace the EU...
In this country just substitute blacks, whites and Hispanics.
Or Jews, whites and muslims.

Blogger Scuzzaman February 01, 2020 1:57 PM  

"I have never understood how the Irish could fight so hard and so long for their independence from the British"

Same goes for the scots.

Nobody asked the actual Scots if they wanted to leave the UK and join the EU - that was the pumbahs in the SNP talking. Plainly, their interests have nothing to do with Scotland as an independent nation of Scots, and everything to do with themselves as having a seat at a bigger table.

Most of the nations of Europe now in the EU rejected it when first asked.

Many of them rejected it more than once.

Blogger Paddy J S February 01, 2020 2:22 PM  

https://youtu.be/Izl1nbAnWjE

Blogger Greg from the Piedmont February 01, 2020 2:25 PM  

Sometimes I think the best fighting blood of Scotland and Ireland moved to the Southern colonies. The remainder was depleted by Scots and Irish serving as the point of the British spear around the world.

Blogger Amethyst Dominica February 01, 2020 2:47 PM  

@20. And this is the danger of abandoning Christianity. There are plenty of examples in the Bible of the Israelites getting fat and sassy, abandoning their faith to sacrifice to idols, only for God to send a foreign invasion their way. When a population gets spoiled and hedonistic, it becomes too lazy to do the things that will ensure its survival (like breed and defend its borders), and it will fall to a more survival minded, dynamic people. The fact that this cycle keeps happening despite being recorded hundreds of times in history just means that there are people who'd willingly sign on to their nation's long term destruction, as long as it meant that they could be one of the "lucky" ones who get to reside in a short-lived bubble of prosperity.

Blogger nbfdmd February 01, 2020 4:00 PM  

It's easy to understand why the Irish are turning to the EU. The most likely person a battered wife will run to will be another abuser.

Blogger IrishFarmer February 01, 2020 4:44 PM  

Aye, its time to give those blimey Brits the boot.

Blogger Sargent.matrim February 01, 2020 5:04 PM  

I had an Irishman explain it to me that the disdain for the British became: "Anyone else but the British".

That was his explanation for why it went that way.

Blogger Ant_B February 01, 2020 5:17 PM  

As a scouser, (Liverpool) it has gutted me that my ancestors land has cucked to globalism. Ireland is now set on path to destruction due to it's membership of the EU. I'm actually surprised that Sinn Fein has nothing to say while Ireland is inundated with the 3rd world. It's new mantra is "Brits out, blacks in".

Ps you stupid, stupid cunts!

Blogger Polemicist February 01, 2020 5:28 PM  

@ Crazy Dave & Ora Tevzre

I recall Bono complaining that the Irish government wasn't giving enough money to the Third World and it turning out that he didn't personally pay a single Euro in taxes in Ireland.

My favourite story is of the occasion he was on stage slowly clapping his hands and declaring: "A child dies every time I clap my hands."

Some wag in the audience shouted out "Well, stop clapping then, you idiot."

Best of luck to all true Irish patriots standing in this month's general election.

Blogger Lazarus February 01, 2020 10:18 PM  

Newscaper312 wrote:Re Scots & Irish disliking the English so much they tolerate if not embrace the EU...

Stuck in the binary. Maybe a brain damage thing?

Blogger Berk February 02, 2020 12:06 AM  

Ireland and Scotland been keen on the EU is not just a knee jerk reaction to hundreds of years of English oppression......it is actually a political necessity to have a market source free of English interference.

Apart from Brexit, England is still firmly ruled by an anti-white globalist system. City of London bankers...conspiracy theories and some sad truths.......

Blogger CF Neal February 02, 2020 1:12 AM  

"Irish."

-- BRAVEHEART-the-Movie, King John sardonically discounting their sudden switching of sides

Blogger wreckage February 02, 2020 1:33 AM  

The reason Christianity says "love thy neighbour" is that the natural human tendency over time is to accumulate grudges until the hatred for one's neighbour overwhelms even the slightest natural caution in dealings with actual foreigners. Read Hallpike's "Ship of Fools" for more details on how that destructive impulse works, and how reliable it is.

Blogger WillBound February 02, 2020 4:41 AM  

I'd be happy if the author of the quoted piece had said Ireland was on the Western fringe of Europe, but not that is the Western fringe of Europe. Lisbon is just about as far West as Cork (and Portugal is part of the continental land mass which Ireland is not).

The Irish people fought long and hard to maintain their Catholic identity from British Protestantism. In 2018 they voted in a referendum by 66.4% to 33.6% to repeal the ban on abortion. They were (and I think still are) the only country in the world to have brought in abortion by public referendum.

"Ah sinful nation, a people laden with iniquity, a seed of evil-doers, children that are corrupters: they have forsaken the LORD, they have provoked the Holy One of Israel unto anger, they are gone away backward."

Blogger LiveForever February 02, 2020 11:39 AM  

Ireland's sole purpose is to act as a wind and rain breaker for Britain.

Blogger Karen took the Kids February 03, 2020 5:58 AM  

As an Irishman I can confirm the complicity of the media in the devastating turn our country has taken in the last ten years. Whitewashing pro-life messages before the abortion referendum, collapse of the church, homosexual fake Irishman elected by proxy as Taoiseach (PM).

But as the original poster mentioned, nationalism is in our genes and the giant that was sleeping is starting to awake.

There's hope for us yet. Keep us in your prayers.

Blogger Akulkis February 03, 2020 11:02 AM  

"I'd be happy if the author of the quoted piece had said Ireland was on the Western fringe of Europe, but not that is the Western fringe of Europe. Lisbon is just about as far West as Cork (and Portugal is part of the continental land mass which Ireland is not)."

1. Did it ever occur to you that Europe, like other continents, consists of a main landmass, plus various islands? Is Sicily not part of Europe -- or do you consider it to be in some sort of netherworld which is neither part of Europe nor part of Africa. What about Malaysia, Micronesia and Japan. Are they not part of Asia. Is the Aleutian Islands chain of Alaska NOT part of North America?

2. All fringes are aligned to north-south running lines?

So, also, did it ever occur to you that at 38 degrees north, the western fringe is the coast of Portugal, and that at 51 degrees north, the western fringe is Ireland, and at 65 degrees north, the western fringe is Iceland

A fringe, almost by definition, is almost always has an irregular contour -- rarely a nice, neat straight line.

Now understand this: being stupidly pedantic will get you verbally beaten over the head with a clue-by-four wielded by the observant pedantic every single time.

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