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Comment #6666363 by Beir Bua

Beir Bua Nov 10th 2017, 11:59 AM #

Homelessness, Insufficient Health Care, Lack of Investment in Education, Protection of Banking/Pharma/Medical Interests, Destruction of Small Farming and Rural Communities, Destruction of Native Irish Culture, Forced Emigration of Irish People. These are mandated POLICIES.Why? Because the GUV’NORS of the Fraud State are not now, and have never been, EMOTIONALLY, Irish PEOPLE at all.This is the West Brit agenda written on the landscape of Ireland and their propaganda opiate media have persuaded us that its the norm.The silent terror of the new Penal Laws ensures conformityeven from a divided youth population-such as has been allowed to remain-even in the hopelessly compliant University sector. The dead hand of Political Correctness has bestowed an extraordinary level of infertility upon us in the form of the disassociated apparatchiks that now, apparently, rule the country. It boggles the mind that we have exemplars for our young people in a male prime minister whose sexual predilictions, unashamedly, focus on men instead of women and a female minister for children who has no children either-presumably because of her interests in people of her own gender-and that people actually VOTE for the likes of them! Have you forgotten your ancestors and the struggle of the mighty generations who preceded you all? You’ve been sold a pig-in-a-poke! Wake up before its all gone! Beir Bua!

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Ireland has only recovered by 41% from the recession

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