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ROOT CAUSES

By Pete Moore On June 19th, 2017

IT looks like a mentally-ill Welsh militant lost the battle with his inner demons. I speak on behalf of everyone associated with ATW in reaching out to the Nationalist community; they shall never divide us, we know that Nationalism is the Ideology of Peace. We must examine ourselves of course, and the root causes of this hardliner’s frustration. Was it poverty? Injustice? Baluchistan’s foreign policies? All of these, no doubt. (That’s how it goes, right?)

Someone in these here parts recently said that more Anders Breiviks are out there. It was just after one of the endless Islamic terrorist atrocities. The government and police have been so complacent that they haven’t noticed the boiling anger. This is a country where the capital city plays host to hundreds of terrorist fans calling for genocide, and the police protects them. Muslims can openly call for dirty kuffars to be beheaded, and the police protects them. Tens of thousands of organised rapes are committed against dirty kuffar whores, and the police arrests the fathers when they attempt to rescue their daughters.

I’m only surprised it took so long for someone to snap. And more might come. Once someone goes first others can be encouraged to go too. This is the government’s fear, and they have themselves to blame as much as anyone. Because in doing nothing to prevent Islamists in the UK, they have fomented and encouraged a backlash themselves.

The Prime Minister is suddenly talking about “extremism” today. This useless woman is the extremist. She is the complacent technocrat who fiddled while the UK increasingly burned with rage. Extremists do nothing in the face of evil. Many people have noticed that the government and police are not on the side of decent Britons, and many are inching closer all the time to doing something about it.

65 Responses to “ROOT CAUSES”

  1. This is a country where the capital city plays host to hundreds of terrorist fans calling for genocide, and the police protects them. Muslims can openly call for dirty kuffars to be beheaded, and the police protects them.

    ……..where neo Nazis can inflame Scousers by threatening that ‘Liverpool will go up in flames’ and the police protects them as they suffer abject humiliation

    https://www.vice.com/en_dk/article/english-neo-nazis-were-humiliated-in-liverpool-this-weekend-943

    I had a bet with myself it would be you Pete and, right on cue, I won.

  2. The Prime Minister is suddenly talking about “extremism” today.

    Well, that’s not true for a start:

    The attack on London Bridge shows there is “far too much tolerance” of Islamist extremism in Britain today, Theresa May has said.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/london-bridge-terror-attack-theresa-may-tolerance-of-extremism-terrorism-islam-a7771836.html

  3. I really wonder why it took so long for something like this to happen. After Manchester, I thought the place would go up in flames. But the British have never been ones to “get the boys together.” (N.B. for Paul. The previous statement does not apply to Belfast!)

  4. N.B. for Paul. The previous statement does not apply to Belfast!

    Why would it Charles? Belfast isn’t in Britain.

  5. HA! 🙂

  6. A backlash attack is still an unjustified attack and should be condemned without reservation. It also plays right into the extremists wishes.

  7. It’s precisely what the extremists, both the Islamic nutter and racial segregationist ones, are salivating at Mahons.

  8. Belfast isn’t Britain and Paul isn’t white: he’s ATW’s Rachel Dolezal, the white girl who became ‘black’. It’s actually a sad story of young blonde girl whose Lutheran parents showed more concern for fostered Africans so she tried to become African. Paul is just a guy who hates white countries

  9. What can be more extreme than bringing in millions of turd-worlders and prioritising them over native Britons?

  10. Paul is just a guy who hates white countries

    And white people.

    I think Noel might have been right after all. 😉

  11. And we’d all know what you’d just loooovvvvvvve to do with ‘race traitors’ like me right? 🙂

    I have to say though, watching you both having to resort to inventing playground falseities in order to justify your extremism is amusing 🙂

    Sorry lads, I’m a white as can be, (as can be verified by the owner of this site and one of its contributors), and maybe those white people ‘I hate’ are really non white – or maybe they aren’t – or maybe you’re both right about them being both white and non white.

    Wise up.

  12. Cheer up Rachel. 😉

  13. Colm’s mixed race

    Phantom works for a governmental agency snooping the internet

    Other poster’s have drink problems

    I’m Rachel

    🙂

    Methinks the lady doth protest too much my dear.

  14. I don’t care what you’re selling Pete….. you don’t speak for ATW.

    Neither do I, Phantom, Mahons, or Patty…. each of us only speak for ourselves. I give you nor ANYONE else my proxy.

    You speak for you and only you.

  15. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/02/26/rachel-dolezal-white-woman-who-identifies-as-black-now-jobless-may-soon-be-homeless.html

    Rachel Dolezal, the infamous white woman who for years passed herself off as African American and rose to become head of an NAACP branch, is now jobless, on food stamps and expects to soon be homeless.

    A defiant Dolezal, 39, recounted her current plight to The Guardian. Dolezal said she’s only been offered jobs in reality television and porno flicks. A friend helped her come up with the money for February’s rent and she doesn’t know how she’s going to pay for March.

    And she still says she’s not white.

    “I do think a more complex label would be helpful, but we don’t really have that vocabulary,” Dolezal told The Guardian. “I feel like the idea of being trans-black would be much more accurate than ‘I’m white.’ Because, you know, I’m not white . . . Calling myself black feels more accurate than saying I’m white.”

    “trans-black” HA-HA-HA, because there’s no such thing as race, no peoples, no ethnicities and anybody has the right to live wherever they want. Any black can come to Ireland and be as Irish as the descendants of those who resisted the jews’ Cromwell. What a world goes on in the minds of some.

  16. The official narrative is that the attck was by the usual ‘lone wolf’, who seems to get about a bit. Witnesses say that there were three people in the van, as of 11.37.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_QGuDqcrI8

    http://21stcenturywire.com/2017/06/19/finsbury-park-cover-up-pm-may-says-lone-wolf-but-4-separate-witnesses-say-three-men-were-in-attack-van/

  17. He said the official narrative!

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8RrWfNonLDQ

  18. Any black can’t come to Ireland and be as Irish as the Irish. That is a lie.

    Any person born on the island of Ireland is however an intrinsic unit of that nation regardless of colour or creed.

    That’s what the arseholes Irish revolutionaries believed and now that you can no longer misappropriate the sink estate dwellers IRA’s struggle for your own nefarious agenda you resort to attempted mocking and untruths.

    More inconvenient facts swept to the side when no longer useful to the narrative. How fickle racial segregational obsession can be when the bubble is burst.

  19. ‘Irish revolutionaries’ say that Nigerians can be brought to Ireland and breed at the expense of Irishmen (because Ireland needs Africans), and the niglets are as Irish as all other Irish including those Irish revolutionaries. That is absolute insanity!

  20. Your paranoia, obsession and bullshit is insanity.

  21. Rachel Dolezal, the infamous white woman who for years passed herself off as African American and rose to become head of an NAACP branch, is now jobless, on food stamps and expects to soon be homeless.

    Now she really is black. 😉

  22. Paul McMahon, on June 19th, 2017 at 11:51 PM Said:

    Any black can’t come to Ireland and be as Irish as the Irish. That is a lie.

    Tell that to your pals at SF

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Uk06esMNTk

    Anybody from the Congo is as Irish as those ‘revolutionaries’

  23. HAHAHAHAHA 🙂

    Oh my aching sides!

    I can tell almost instantly he is Irish by his accent.

    Revolutionaries huh! Fings ain’t wot they used to be. 😉

  24. I am originally from the Congo. I came to Ireland in 2001

    The guy came to Ireland from Africa and took Irish citizenship much like a natrualised citizen of any adopted country. What part of that do you not understand?

    However,

    Any person born on the island of Ireland is however an intrinsic unit of that nation regardless of colour or creed

    Hope that’s clear enough.

    It’s funny how ‘patriots’ become ‘arseholes’ and ‘volunteers’ become ‘sink estate dwellers’ when it is explained to racial extremists how they can’t misappropriate the Irish struggle to further their own nefarious means.

    The Irish have met people like you before who tried to dictate who could and couldn’t live in Ireland. They were told to fuck off too.

  25. Any person born on the island of Ireland is however an intrinsic unit of that nation regardless of colour or creed

    That’s actually not true in Ireland. A child born to illegal alien parents is AFAIK not entitled to citizenship, a child born to diplomats in the country for a few years is not any sort of citizen, etc.

    I don’t believe that most of the world has such a thing as ” birthright citizenship “.

    The fact that one is born someplace by itself shouldn’t mean anything. If you’re born on a cruise ship in the middle of the Atlantic, that doesn’t make you a citizen of Atlantis.

  26. Phantom, it’s the Fenian doctrine, those that spawned the men, women and children of 1916:

    Every individual born on Irish soil constitutes . . . a unit of that nation without reference to race or religious belief

    – John O’Mahoney, The Irish People, 1868

    It was explained to the racial segregationist extremists when they tried to hi jack the Irish struggles for their own sinister ends by suggesting Padraig Pearse would be spinning in his grave etc.

    In legal terms, a child born in the island of Ireland on or after 1 January 2005 is entitled to Irish citizenship if they have a British parent or a parent who is entitled to live in Northern Ireland or the Irish State without restriction on their residency.

  27. BTW, AFAIK there is no such place as Atlantis or a citizen from there.

  28. https://onsizzle.com/i/aquarium-facebook-swedish-sweden-254125

  29. I don’t think that the excellent Mr. O’Mahoney had mass migration of hostiles from East Bumfuck when he wrote those words. He was more likely striving towards unity of Orange and Green.

    And in any event he ain’t in charge today.

    And again an incredibly huge majority of the world lives in nations that do not have unrestricted jus soli. . The concept is destructive today, and creates perverse incentives.

  30. He was more likely striving towards unity of Orange and Green

    Surely, of course he was living in the US at the time he wrote that, just a few short years after the Civil War, and specifically included a reference to race.

    But hey, what would he know?

    There is no ‘mass migration of hostiles’ in Ireland so you are incorrect of both points despite what your skewed interpretation thinks.

    And please Phantom, maintain your personal integrity and don’t try a Pete Moore on this.

  31. Paul

    In that era, and much later, there would have many references to an ” Irish race ” or ” English race “. I’d think that this is what the man was referring to.

    You are twisting the intent of long dead man to encompass a wildly different situation.

  32. Here you are phantom:

    Every individual born on Irish soil constitutes, according to Fenian doctrine, a unit of that nation, without reference to race or religious belief, and as such he (she) is entitled to a heritage in the Irish soil. . . From this heritage none shall be excluded. It is impossible to restore the system of tribal ownership of the soil and even if it were it would be undesirable and unjust

    A I said, living in the States during slavery it is absolutely certain what O’Mahoney meant when he said race instead of using nations or even peoples.

    But hey, you keep on with what ‘you’d think’ what he was referring to as I know what you Yanks are like over interpreting old texts.

  33. The ” Irish race ” was a very common term then. And way after then too way into the twentieth century.

    Don’t twist the dead man’s words please. Have some respect.

    https://www.amazon.com/Story-Irish-Cosimo-Classics-History/dp/1596050632

  34. Paul, serious question, and along the lines of your argument. In Ulster in the 1600 and 1700 hundreds, was any attempt made by the Plantation Owners to introduce African Slavery? I would be a fascinating study as to why or why not.

  35. I know what you Yanks are like over interpreting old texts.

    Especially ones written in Philadelphia…. 😉

  36. The ” Irish race ” was a very common term then. And way after then too way into the twentieth century.

    As was ‘Irish people’ ‘Irish nation’ etc which is all the more relevant why the word ‘race’ was used with the writer living in the US at the time of slavery based on racial grounds.

    The book you cite was published in 2005 ffs. Stop trying to project your own opinions onto the concepts of ‘race’ and ‘tribe’.

    AFAIK the answer to your question is no Charles but some more enlightened contributor may have a different view.

  37. Paul is attempting to turn ‘Irish revolutionaries’ into open-borders crazies like himself. Let’s look at what statesmen of that era and before meant when they spoke of ‘race’ and its consequences, and I’m assuming that we all agree that race is a biological fact:

    http://www.npiamerica.org/research/category/what-the-founders-really-thought-about-race

    Thomas Jefferson’s views were typical of his generation. Despite what he wrote in the Declaration, he did not think Blacks were equal to Whites, noting that “in general, their existence appears to participate more of sensation than reflection.”[4] He hoped slavery would be abolished some day, but “when freed, he [the Negro] is to be removed beyond the reach of mixture.”[5] Jefferson also expected whites eventually to displace all of the Indians of the New World. The United States, he wrote, was to be “the nest from which all America, North and South, is to be peopled,”[6] and the hemisphere was to be entirely European: “… nor can we contemplate with satisfaction either blot or mixture on that surface.”[7]

    Jefferson opposed miscegenation for a number of reasons, but one was his preference for the physical traits of Whites. He wrote of their “flowing hair” and their “more elegant symmetry of form,” but emphasized the importance of color itself[8]:

    Are not the fine mixtures of red and white, the expressions of every passion by greater or less suffusions of colour in the one [whites], preferable to that eternal monotony, which reigns in the countenances, that immovable veil of black, which covers all the emotions of the other race?

    Jefferson is pointing out that diversity of appearance exists only within the white race. In Nigeria, everybody would win a look-alike contest.

    Benjamin Franklin wrote little about race, but had a sense of racial loyalty that was typical of his time:

    [T]he Number of purely white People in the World is proportionably [sic] very small… . I could wish their Numbers were increased…. But perhaps I am partial to the Complexion of my Country, for such Kind of Partiality is natural to Mankind.

    Franklin therefore opposed bringing more Blacks to the United States[11]:

    [W]hy increase the Sons of Africa, by Planting them in America?”

    “But perhaps I am partial to the Complexion of my Country, for such Kind of Partiality is natural to Mankind” but not to those who wish to destroy their own, in their own lands – right, Paul?

    Several states that were established before the Civil War hoped to avoid race problems by remaining all White. The people of the Oregon Territory, for example, voted not to permit slavery, but voted in even greater numbers not to permit Blacks in the state at all. In language that survived until 2002, Oregon’s 1857 constitution provided that “[n]o free negro, or mulatto, not residing in this state at the time of the adoption of this constitution, shall come, reside, or be within this State, or hold any real estate.”[32]

    Whites only = no race problems. If this isn’t the case, could any opponent explain why not?

    Lincoln considered Blacks to be—in his words—“a troublesome presence”[34] in the United States. During the Lincoln-Douglas debates he stated[35]:

    “I am not nor ever have been in favor of making voters or jurors of negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people; and I will say in addition to this that there is a physical difference between the white and black races which I believe will for ever forbid the two races living together on terms of social and political equality”.

    Theodore Roosevelt wrote in 1901 that he had “not been able to think out any solution to the terrible problem offered by the presence of the Negro on this continent.”[52] As for Indians, he once said, “I don’t go so far as to think that the only good Indians are the dead Indians, but I believe nine out of ten are, and I shouldn’t inquire too closely into the health of the tenth.”[53]

    Woodrow Wilson was a confirmed segregationist, and as President of Princeton he refused to admit Blacks. He enforced segregation in government offices[55] and favored exclusion of Asians: “We cannot make a homogeneous population of a people who do not blend with the Caucasian race… . Oriental coolieism will give us another race problem to solve and surely we have had our lesson.”[56]

    Warren Harding wanted the races separate: “Men of both races [Black and White] may well stand uncompromisingly against every suggestion of social equality. This is not a question of social equality, but a question of recognizing a fundamental, eternal, inescapable difference. Racial amalgamation there cannot be.”[57]

    In 1921, Vice President-elect Calvin Coolidge wrote in Good Housekeeping about the basis for sound immigration policy[58]:

    There are racial considerations too grave to be brushed aside for any sentimental reasons. Biological laws tell us that certain divergent people will not mix or blend…. Quality of mind and body suggests that observance of ethnic law is as great a necessity to a nation as immigration law.

    Harry Truman wrote: “I am strongly of the opinion Negroes ought to be in Africa, yellow men in Asia and white men in Europe and America.” He also referred to the Blacks on the White House staff as “an army of coons.”[59]

    As recent a President as Dwight Eisenhower argued that although it might be necessary to grant Blacks certain political rights, this did not mean social equality “or that a Negro should court my daughter.”[60] It is only with John Kennedy that we finally find a president whose conception of race begins to be acceptable by today’s standards.

    So the Irish revolutionaries of 1868 were certainly not envisaging Edmund Lukusa of the Congo being in the island of Ireland as Paul in his perverse purpose attempts to argue.

  38. So the Irish revolutionaries of 1868 were certainly not envisaging Edmund Lukusa of the Congo being in the island of Ireland as Paul in his perverse purpose attempts to argue.

    Padraig Pearse must be spinning in his grave as to what so many American fromer Presidents thought.

    That must be the King of irrelevant non sequiturs.

    FFS catch a grip man.

  39. You have to be exceptionally careful about using the words of someone from another age to fight today’s arguments.

    The Koran Constitutionalists and the Sinn Phonies seem to be offenders.

  40. The Irish revolutionaries of 1868

    Do you still regard them as ‘arseholes?’

  41. You have to be exceptionally careful about using the words of someone from another age to fight today’s arguments

    Indeed:

    I don’t think that the excellent Mr. O’Mahoney etc etc.

    Without reference to race or religious belief and as such he (she) is entitled to a heritage in the Irish soil. . . From this heritage none shall be excluded

    It is what is is in black and white, (no pun intended). Too bad.

  42. And race in that context meant an entirely different thing in that nation, at that time.

    Ireland was not South Carolina . You seem to forget that.

  43. No but O’Mahoney, coming from a different nation and holding the rank of colonel of the 69th Regiment of New York State Militia at the time of the American Civil War, certainly knew what race and specifically what slavery on racial grounds was.

    It’s there in front of you FFS.

  44. Where I am, the only TV news I get is Sky News. Just this morning they had an interviewer going around talking to people near this latest attack. They were all Muslims, and in the three short interviews you could only hear angry voices saying things like “As a Muslim, I just don’t feel safe walking around this city any more” or “This is an attack on every Muslim in Britain” and similar sentiments.

    In the immediate aftermath of much more deadly attacks by Muslims in London, Manchester and London again, this all sounded very strange and very wrong.

    There was also another attack on a police officer in Paris yesterday. This was obviously an attack on the every Christian in Europe, and as a Catholic I just don’t feel safe walking around Paris, or London or Manchester or Berlin or Nice or Stockholm or Brussels or St Petersburg or Amsterdam any more.

    Greetings from Malta.

  45. Any person born on the island of Ireland is however an intrinsic unit of that nation regardless of colour or creed.

    Whatever “intrinsic unit” means, it doesn’t mean “Irish”. You can’t come from a thousand generations of Umbongos and then be as Irish as someone from a thousand generations of Irish. Can’t be done.

  46. Pete

    There is a great game of ” let’s pretend ” going on over this entire issue.

    No one is being fooled for one Dublin second, but the game continues.

  47. Paul McMahon, on June 20th, 2017 at 5:36 PM Said:

    The Irish revolutionaries of 1868

    Do you still regard them as ‘arseholes?’

    If they intended what you attribute to them, then they were. If their phrases were in the context of their era, and they intended that the people in Ireland at that time should be viewed as equals, then maybe not ‘arseholes’ – just maybe had a bit too much Jamieson’s for their own good.

  48. They were all Muslims, and in the three short interviews you could only hear angry voices saying things like “As a Muslim, I just don’t feel safe walking around this city any more” or “This is an attack on every Muslim in Britain” and similar sentiments.

    Noel.

    These Muslims that don’t feel safe anymore, obviously are not placing to much credence on their Muslim mayor of London’s advice.

    Sadiq Khan has said he believes the threat of terror attacks are “part and parcel of living in a big city”

  49. Oh those crazy Belgians…

    BREAKING NEWS: Explosion at Brussels central station as military ‘shoot a suspect wearing an explosive belt’
    Belgian Rail says traffic has been halted at Brussels central station
    Local media have reported that there was a small blast at the station
    Soldiers were seen outside the station, which has been evacuated

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4622952/Explosion-reported-Brussels-central-station.html#ixzz4kZdU8NzL

  50. Pete Moore,

    You can’t come from a thousand generations of Umbongos and then be as Irish as someone from a thousand generations of Irish. Can’t be done.

    You’re legally Irish if you’re born in Ireland. What do you claim makes you Irish Pete?

  51. You’re legally Irish if you’re born in Ireland

    Not in all cases

  52. What do you mean Phantom?

  53. What do you claim makes you Irish Pete?

    My Irish mother, grandparents, great-grandparents and all the generations which came before them, Dave. Nationality is blood, soil and culture, not a bureaucratic chit.

  54. In the US for example anyone born in the US is deemed a citizen. Which is an incredibly stupid policy, for many reasons.

    In Ireland, the policy of birthright citizenship was tightened up somewhat a decade back.

    The child of Irish/British citizens or of designated refugee status persons born in Ireland are Irish citizens.

    The child of a visiting tourist, a transiting airline passenger, an illegal alien, or of a diplomat would not generally be eligible for that citizenship – which makes Irish citizenship eligibility different than that of the US.

  55. Harri – is the exploding ‘Belgian’ as Belgian as a Congo native is Irish?

  56. Irish-Americans cannot claim to be Irish in any way, according to Paul’s ‘revolutionaries’ as they weren’t born in Ireland. Strangely enough, they don’t look black enough to be Irish.

  57. We have ( at least ) two Irishmen living overseas here.

    Taking this policy to its ludicrous extreme, their own children would not be Irish at all, if they were born outside of Ireland.

  58. Phantom

    The child of a visiting tourist, a transiting airline passenger, an illegal alien, or of a diplomat would not generally be eligible for that citizenship – which makes Irish citizenship eligibility different than that of the US.

    I did not realise that. The policy in the US seems to be the same as the UK.

  59. Pete Moore,

    What do you claim makes you Irish Pete?
    My Irish mother, grandparents, great-grandparents and all the generations which came before them, Dave. Nationality is blood, soil and culture, not a bureaucratic chit.

    When I said ‘you’ I meant you in the general sense, not you specifically Pete.
    As I said previously when we’ve had this discussion, your nationality is usually based on where you born so in your case I’m assuming your official nationality is British.

    You seem to think that blood line and ancestry decides your nationality. While I agree that those two things are a factor in how your personality develops, I can’t see how they determine ‘nationality’. And seeing as personality is determined at birth, I can’t see how ‘culture’ can have an effect on that either.

  60. Phantom,

    We have ( at least ) two Irishmen living overseas here.
    Taking this policy to its ludicrous extreme, their own children would not be Irish at all, if they were born outside of Ireland.

    What alternative do you propose? If the parents decide their child’s nationality at birth, then everyone will just decide to be British. 😁


  61. Dave Alton, on June 20th, 2017 at 10:41 PM Said:

    Phantom

    The child of a visiting tourist, a transiting airline passenger, an illegal alien, or of a diplomat would not generally be eligible for that citizenship – which makes Irish citizenship eligibility different than that of the US.

    I did not realise that. The policy in the US seems to be the same as the UK.

    Dave

    Not exactly.

    In 1983, the UK rules were changed. At least one parent of a child must be legally British or lawfully settled in the UK for a British child to automatically get British citizenship.

    If a visiting foreign tourist/transiting air passenger gives birth early, the child does not have British citizenship.

    I have American friends living in London. Their child, born there, is not a British citizen.

    Unrestricted jus soli is unjust and creates perverse incentives in many ways.

    Women in China arrange to have children in California, so as to have a US citizen ” anchor baby ” who gives them a foothold in the US. The ” anchor baby ” phenomenon is a real thing, that some of us have written about here. You can’t have ” anchor babies ” in the UK and Ireland, because their citizenship laws are a bit more thought out than those of the US.

  62. In 1983, the UK rules were changed. At least one parent of a child must be legally British or lawfully settled in the UK for

    a British-born

    child to automatically get British citizenship.

  63. Pah!

    Children being mown down, left with their limbs hanging off, bowels spread on the pavements, human beings torn apart by steel ball bearings, and shrapnel travelling at twice the speed of sound… no, this is real terror….

    Police Taser a man outside Regents Park Mosque after he ‘tries to attack worshippers’ with a shoe horn

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4624368/Police-Taser-man-outside-Regents-Park-Mosque.html#ixzz4kdWGjkD8

  64. Phantom

    Cheers for that information. I’ll have to do a bit of reading up on this citizenship stuff, my knowledge is definitely a bit out of date.

  65. No one is being fooled for one Dublin second, but the game continues

    Phantom, if you wish to fallaciously transplant your prejudice onto the Fenian Creed be my guest.

    The great O’Mahoney specifically wrote about race religion and tribalism three years after the abolition of slavery based on racial grounds in the US where he lived.

    Play semantics all you wish and apply every ‘logical’ combination reverse Fenian Creed strawman to any country you want it still doesn’t change what O’Mahoney wrote which is there for all to see as plain as the nose on your face.

    What do you claim makes you Irish Pete?

    My Irish mother, grandparents, great-grandparents and all the generations which came before them, Dave. Nationality is blood, soil and culture, not a bureaucratic chit.

    Well said you mad, proud Paddy you!!

    But wait…….

    Pete Moore is an English conservative and libertarian […]

    He’s a patriot and nationalist and his Irish passport is strictly one of convenience

    Who said that?

    Perfidious Pete up to his old tricks and speaking out of both sides of his mouth again.

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