Ireland’s traitorous government continues to sponsor mass immigration of Muslim migrants from Africa and Asia
by Carl Mason and Herbert Mulrooney. Foreword by European Knights Project (EKP) Director of Publishing, Jack Sen.
Left wing scum in Ireland have for decades buttered their bread with the residual animosity the Irish people feel towards Britain.
Centuries of colonial rule and very genuine abuse at the hands of the ruling British government will have that effect. Even when the political beneficiaries are worse than the imperialists they’ve replaced.
But, like the Leftists in the US that prey upon genuine grievances, Sinn Fein have used historical transgression to sell society-destroying Marxist policy, that’s slowly but surely killing off the Irish people and their homeland.
To cast off the yoke of British Imperial rule, only to welcome in Muslim invaders demonstrates the true force of the Left’s evil.
To whine and moan about British imperialism while simultaneously welcoming in the oppressive European Union demonstrates Sinn Fein’s hypocrisy and the general population’s naivety.
To push for Gay marriage and access to abortion in a Catholic country whose birth rates are cataclysmically low and for a population that is for all intents and purposes, dying, shows Ireland’s ruling elite for what they are.
For this, the EKP ask, oh Ireland, what have you done to yourselves?
What madness have you wrought upon your idyllic nation and ancient culture? And I am not just talking about electing a homosexual as your leader – who in many ways is more palatable than Sinn Fein’s traitorous leadership – or for that matterm continuing to follow the European Union off a cliff (all those Lithuanian rapes and murders come to mind)
But your maddening embrace of immigration – the mass immigration of unassimilable people that’s ravaged Dublin to its core. An immigration sponsored by a foreign menace behind much of what ails the Western world.
You must have seen the effects of immigration on British and Western European towns and cities, populated now by hostile races and alien customs, and yet you have allowed your pleasantly white land-up till recently, that is- to catch up to Britain by heaping up your own funeral pyre. Ireland could have been as defiantly white and as tough as the Visegrad countries are proving to be, being themselves largely fortified by what they have seen in Britain, and from the same vantage point that Ireland had. For the British it is perplexing and incomprehensible that a nation, once inspired by the invigorating words “for eight hundred years we fought you without fear”, could so rapidly complement the chant “Brits out” with “Blacks in”. Of course, those of us who understand the power of Jewish financiers and the ethnic motivations of men like Alan Shatter have a partial explanation for this change.
As famously friendly and decent as the Irish are, they will not be exempt from the hostility of migrants and their descendants. On the contrary, it is much easier to freeze a people who are so decent with charges of ‘racism’. Only you, the Irish can save yourselves much pain and anguish now if you realise that those accusations are a strategic play for power and resources, made by people who would take your land, house, jobs, and perhaps be just about generous enough to leave you on White reservations. The hope of the Irish that “our day will come” looks improbable, as no White child born today will likely ever have its day, extrapolating current trends.
Any prospect for a better future for our children rests in White unity. This means solidarity between the British and Irish within this common intellectual and cultural ecosystem we inhabit, as well as unity between Protestants and Catholics within Ireland. This has been the case many times before. For example, it was Protestants of British ancestry such as Tone, Parnell and Erskine who led the fights for Irish home rule and independence. The dominant narrative of Irish history, of 800 years of oppression, conceals as much as it reveals. In fact, history furnishes lots of evidence that the British and Irish political traditions are fundamentally compatible. Irishmen from both traditions helped build and administer the British Empire, and Irishmen were the first recipients of the Victoria Cross, an enduring statement to the fighting spirit they once had. Even in 1917, with Ireland on the road to civil war, Irish Catholics and Protestants fought together alongside British Tommies to win a famous victory at Messines Ridge. The same is true of the Second World War, which provides a pertinent example of cooperation between Irishmen within Ireland: when Belfast was bombed by the Luftwaffe, firemen from the South volunteered to cross the border to help those suffering under the bombs, and Taoiseach de Valera responded with a strongly worded letter to the German ambassador. Waves of Irishmen who left Ireland went to Anglo-Saxon societies, including the one to their East as well as those in North America and Oceania. In the US they formed the spear of America’s manifest destiny to expand westwards as cavalrymen and became ranchers and homesteaders on former Indian land.
Much of that migration was the result of the Great Famine-the result of a continent-wide food crisis, not a genocide, though the British government had laissez-faire policies in place that were bound to exacerbate the problem, and failed to respond with adequate speed. In any event, it is the exigencies yet to come that matter most. Should a disaster affect Ireland today, the British people would be the first to send food, clothes and medical supplies, and would force their government – as much as it is still their government – to assist immediately. The British see the Irish as allies and relatives and that is literally the case for millions of us – about a quarter of Brits in England and Wales have Irish ancestry within three preceding generations.
Europe has numerous internecine divisions that look like petty squabbles compared to what is over the horizon. We on these islands have more shared history and culture than most, and that which divides us is less intractable than between other countries. We must come together now, for the sake of our children who may end up burying their children if we do not, and show some of the fighting spirit that our heroic ancestors did, against the rising tide of Islam and the EU dictatorship.
When we asked former Parliamentary candidate for UKIP, Jack Sen, to chime in on the issue during our weekly SKYPE conversation he had this to say,
“I was happy to help get this article published and added as much as I could to the content, in spite of my limited knowledge of Irish politics. Rural parts of Ireland will be one of the West’s last outposts – that’s why its important we do what we can to help the Irish nationalists succeed in their efforts. The whole thing though makes me both sad and furious. Not just because my grandparents on my mother’s side were Irish born, but because Ireland remained one of the only countries not ravaged by cultural marxism until about two to three decades ago. In spite of Sinn Fein running the country into the ground, Ireland still seemed immune to American cultural marxism but one generation ago!
Now they’ve got same sex marriage, are about to have legalised abortion, have a sexual deviant for a leader and thanks to Zionist racial supremacists like Shatter and Lentin, are about to fall off the same cliff we plunged headfirst off of several decades back.” It’s tragic.
We couldn’t agree more. Well said