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Comment #3134172 by Dylan Moran

Dylan Moran Nov 19th 2014, 2:55 PM #

So just because it’s Irish even if it’s an inferior item you will buy it? That’s just stupid.

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OK, so there ARE a few Irish brands out there that are still Irish. At least, mostly Irish...

OK, so there ARE a few Irish brands out there that are still Irish. At least, mostly Irish...

But it gets more complicated when you look at where the raw product comes from.

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    Nov 19th 2014, 2:55 PM

    So just because it’s Irish even if it’s an inferior item you will buy it? That’s just stupid.

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    Favourite Claíomh Aireáinnach
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    Nov 19th 2014, 3:32 PM

    There is nothing inferior about Irish products made with fair Irish hands. You are a race traitor for suggesting there is. We must support Irish companies in the face of the multiculti genocide being foisted on us by the EU and its hidden masters. We must build Irish indigenous industry that pays its taxes and leave behind the false currency that is the Euro. Modern FIAT currency is the future. When our sovereign currency is worth a tenth of what the Euro is our exports will be so competitive that we will in months reach full employment and will be able to use the Euro and dollars we have been paid for our God to import critical needs. Paul Murphy, TD, sage leader, understands this.

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    Nov 19th 2014, 4:05 PM

    See you have changed your name again you racist plonker – still didn’t get the Irish right though. And it is clear you know as much about economics as the copy paste merchant Coddler O’Toole. Lets print money until we can’t buy anything. Tosser.

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