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THE FUTURE’S GOING TO BE SO GREAT

By Pete Moore On January 23rd, 2019

I dunno. I’ve been around Ireland, both of them. It seemed fine as it was. No need to change it. Why do people need to change things? It’s a mental disorder, this need to change things.

100 Responses to “THE FUTURE’S GOING TO BE SO GREAT”

  1. “It’s a mental disorder, this need to change things.”

    The British should have kept themselves in Britain.

  2. What is a Direct Provision centre

  3. Common Purpose.

    The plague of the 21st century.

  4. Step aside paddies, the new Irish are in Town.

  5. “What is a Direct Provision centre”

    Where the government houses asylum seekers.

  6. See, this is the inevitable outcome of spending all your free time in Africa sitting under a tree, clutching an old AK47 in one hand, and a rusty old machete in the other, eyeing up your next door neighbours 10 year old daughter.

    And then frustratingly finding yourself amongst civilised human beings in a civilized society.

    It will always end in liberal tears.

  7. Phantom,

    Basically a refugee centre.

  8. ” Asylum seekers ”

    Ah.

  9. Seamus.

    I know..

    Racist. Blah, blah,blah..something or other.

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzz

  10. What is a Direct Provision centre”

    A DPC.

    Which for the benefit and safety of civilized people, should be an acronym for “Direct Provision country”.

    Like Africa.

  11. What a pathetically pointless post.

  12. Here we go.

    The liberal snowflakes have been triggered.

  13. The person most often triggered on here is you flaky Harri 😉

  14. “What a pathetically pointless post.”

    People like Pete, and the person he shared from Twitter, have stood for election in Ireland before. They recieved 183 votes in 2016. So 0.0085% of the vote in the Republic (and 0.0064% if you include the North).

    I’ve heard of people embracing terms like the 48%, but embracing the 0.0064% just seems a little sad.

  15. Colm, on January 23rd, 2019 at 8:52 PM Said:
    The person most often triggered on here is you flaky Harri 😉

    You wish!

    Lol!

    😂😂😂

  16. Am I missing something here?
    What point are you trying to make Pete?

  17. Oh no, a possibly mentally ill / drunk / drugged bare chested black man does a dance or whatever on an Irish street.

    That Christ Ireland doesn’t have stag parties, football, rugby supporters etc.

    Seamus, these mongs think that setting up a Facebook page or a Twitter account equates to electoral success.

  18. Harri,

    The liberal snowflakes have been triggered.

    I never took you for a liberal snowflake Harri, because you seem to be the only person who’s triggered here.

  19. Lol!

    😂😂😂

  20. “Seamus, these mongs think that setting up a Facebook page or a Twitter account equates to electoral success.”

    I think it comes from a lack of understanding. The almost farcical lack of understanding the British have of Ireland has been totally exposed by Brexit. The Republic was only taking a hardline about the border because of Sinn Féin standing in the presidential election. They seriously spun that for months.

    I posted about a year ago (to Allan I think), and it does overwhelmingly make up the majority opinion in Ireland vis-a-vis immigration and racism:

    We accept white people. We accept black people. We accept brown people and people of all colours. We just don’t accept racist cunts like you.

  21. Looking on the bright side, at least the Irish Pikeys have got some serious stiff competition now, when it comes to anti social behavior.

    😏

  22. We accept white people. We accept black people. We accept brown people and people of all colours. We just don’t accept racist cunts like you.

    There we tho..

    The last refuge of a scoundrel

    It was only a matter oif time.

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzz borrriinnnng.

    Seamus, it has no effect, none, zero, you daft liberals have unfortunately done the term racist to absolute death.

    Its your own fault.

    You shouldn’t be so mind numbingly boring.

    😏

  23. Ten or so comments so far?

    Nope. Not triggered at all.

  24. “The last refuge of a scoundrel”

    What has patriotism got to do with my statement?

  25. Patriotism?

    You old racist you..

    😏

  26. Talking of borriiing.

    Paul McMahon, on January 23rd, 2019 at 9:09 PM Said:
    Ten or so comments so far?

    Nope. Not triggered at all.

    😏

  27. “Patriotism?”

    Yes. Patriotism. What has it got to do with my statement?

  28. Seamus.

    Patriotism.

    You old racist you.

  29. Harri’s clearly been hitting the sauce.

  30. Harri, on January 23rd, 2019 at 9:12 PM Said:
    Seamus.

    Patriotism.

    You old racist you.

    See Seamus.

    No effect whatsoever.

    Told you so.

    😀

  31. Harri

    The magic snowflake that melts and reforms and melts and reforms day after day 😄

  32. You still haven’t pointed out what, if any, link my statement has to patriotism.

  33. Colm, on January 23rd, 2019 at 9:15 PM Said:
    Harri

    The magic snowflake that melts and reforms and melts and reforms day after day 😄

    Lol!

    😂😂😂😂

  34. He who laughs the loudest is the looniest 😉

  35. Maybe, giving the African the benefit of doubt.

    He might have been pointing at the cars, and slapping the tarmac, and shouting “bad juju, bad juju”

    Coming from a third world uncivilized stone age shithole, straight to modern day civilization, must be a lot to take in.

    😏

  36. Colm, on January 23rd, 2019 at 9:31 PM Said:
    He who laughs the loudest is the looniest 😉

    Lol!

    😂😂😂😂😂

  37. “Coming from a third world uncivilized stone age shithole, straight to modern day civilization, must be a lot to take in.”

    Don’t speak so harshly about English people visiting Ireland.

  38. You mean the vassal state of Ireland?

    You have new masters now.

  39. Don’t speak so harshly about English people visiting Ireland.

    Racist.

    😁

  40. Question..

    Why is the Brussels vassal state of Ireland importing yet more homeless people, when they have far more of their own?

    Just a thought.

  41. There will be less resources for their own poor, less social housing, all of it.

    It’s simple math.

  42. Phantom

    Poor?

    But, but, but, they are a vassal state of the Brussels stupid club, how can this possibly be so?

  43. Because their new masters at ‘Ze Commission’ made them do it H? Yeah I know, but what about the Czech and Poland and Hungary and Slovakia and concrete barriers and Christmas markets.

    Over twenty comments so far? Nope, not triggered at all.

    Sometimes I think Pete secretly laughs his danglies off at the reaction by some when he posts this guff 🙂

  44. Lol!

    😂

  45. Seamus is in for a big surprise when he realises that most of the blacks and browns filling up the gaff are racists.

  46. Seamus is in for a big surprise when he realises that most of the blacks and browns filling up the gaff are racists.

    I doubt it, I think he will feel at home.

  47. Why is little Leo not providing Direct Provision Centres for the mass of homeless already in Ireland.

    Why import more?

  48. We accept white people. We accept black people. We accept brown people and people of all colours. We just don’t accept racist cunts like you.

    Seamus – I’ll go along with the “we” being you, as representative of the Irish (except in Lisdoonvarna – who made clear their thoughts). But the ‘we’ of Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and clearly Italy are in disagreement with your ‘we’. Can you accept that?

    Anyway, in 10 years time, Ireland will be a very different place and by ‘different’, I do not mean improved or better. But the countries of eastern Europe shall remain visibly European, and better for it.

  49. Paul McMahon, on January 23rd, 2019 at 10:20 PM Said:

    Because their new masters at ‘Ze Commission’ made them do it H?

    Correct – because as we are told, the refusal of the Visegrad group to accept simianisation is against the rules and would mean budget cuts, or something like that. The tea-shack wants EU money and letting in more pavement apes (see video footage) keeps the EU money flowing. Getting EU money is conditional on receiving Africans who are picked out of Libyan waters by the Irish Navy

  50. “who made clear their thoughts”

    They did make their thoughts clear. You however have continually tried to muddle them up by misrepresenting the good people of Lisdoonvarna. They objected, not to having asylum seekers in Ireland, but to having a large Direct Provision centre built in their small town. The issue being that the services in the town couldn’t cope with such a large swell in the population. Concerns that are perfectly valid.

    “But the ‘we’ of Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and clearly Italy are in disagreement with your ‘we’. Can you accept that?”

    I have never disagreed with that. I would note, however, that should the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary etc… want to continue their EU membership then they will have to follow the agreed rules of EU membership. If that includes helping reduce the refugee burden being placed largely on Greece and Italy (and to a lesser degree Spain) then so be it.

    In that case the peoples of the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary will have the ability to choose whether or not they want to continue EU membership (and all it entails) or whether they want to leave.

  51. You’re not going to kick anyone out. It would be incredibly bad to even try.

    And besides, refugees aren’t any burden. They’re all wonderful. Merkel invited them all to come in. Some said that they would be the salvation of the German auto industry. Let Germany reap the benefits.

  52. “It would be incredibly bad to even try.”

    Should other EU nations, continually looking for handouts, not come to the aid of Italy, Greece and Spain, then they should be kicked out.

  53. They won’t be kicked out of anything. That’s a fantasy.

    Those three countries have navies.

    Maybe they should use them.

  54. “Maybe they should use them.”

    To do what? The same issue with people coming from North Africa to Europe is the same issue as people coming from central America to the United States. You are never going to end it simply by making it harder for people to come. Repelling the boats etc… with the navy will only lead to other ways for them to cross.

  55. That is an intentionally passive approach to the issue.

    Learn from the Japanese.

  56. How many people do the Japanese intercept every year?

  57. Seamus – we agree that being in the EU and receiving monies from that organisation is contingent upon accepting migrants contrary to the wishes of the population – Visegrad plus Italy? This means that the EU ensures that every country in the EU shall receive as many 3rd-world migrants as can be brought into Europe, by any means. This is the Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan in action……..

    http://www.westernspring.co.uk/the-coudenhove-kalergi-plan-the-genocide-of-the-peoples-of-europe/

    Although no textbook mentions Kalergi, his ideas are the guiding principles of the European Union. The belief that the peoples of Europe should be mixed with Africans and Asians, to destroy our identity, to break down traditional ways of living and create a single mixed race, is the reason for community policies that promote minority interests. The underlying motives are not at all humanitarian, because the driving power behind the ruthless regime dominating the EU, plans the greatest genocide in history.

    A prestigious prize is awarded every two years by the Coudenhove-Kalergi Foundation to Europeans who have excelled in promoting this criminal plan. Among those awarded with such a prize are Angela Merkel and Herman Van Rompuy.

    The facilitation of genocide, is also the basis of the constant appeals from the United Nations, demanding that we accept millions of immigrants to help counter the low birth rate among Europeans. According to a report published in January 2000 by the population division of the United Nations in New York, under the title “Immigration replacement: A solution to declining and aging population,” Europe will need to accept 159,000,000 migrants by 2025. The citing of such precise numbers is evidence of a premeditated plan.

  58. No the meaning is that people fleeing Syria and North Africa are coming to Europe. There is little we can do to stop them. Any preventative measures are likely to fail as the people have strong incentive to leave their current countries and come to ours.

    However those people are currently largely arriving in Italy and Greece, and to a lesser extent Spain. Is it not right that the other nations of Europe help Italy, Greece and Spain in managing that?

  59. No it is not right at all.

    Defend your land and sea borders, or at least make some kind of attempt to do so.

    You’re exceptionally passive. Bad show.

  60. “You’re exceptionally passive.”

    I’m not. I’m exceptionally realistic. The simple facts are that they can’t be prevented from coming. And making it harder for them will simply increase the danger of doing so (causing unnecessary large amounts of death).

    The only solution is to improve the situation in the nations they are coming from.

  61. I am all for generous aid so long as it is spent wisely.

    The US and UK should pay vastly more than all others as it is they who worsened the region so much.

    But I think that you are off the charts passive on this and will leave it at that for today. You can’t solve a problem if you of the opinion that its impossible to do so.

  62. The simple facts are that they can’t be prevented from coming. And making it harder for them will simply increase the danger of doing so (causing unnecessary large amounts of death).

    Of course the 3rd-world can be stopped. They have been stopped for centuries, even millenia – and all of a sudden they decide to swarm into Europe? The 3rd-worlders never conceived of sail, wheel, nor wing nor any mode of transport – and the Sahara is impassable unless somebody lays on the transport.

    Here is the demographic layout of England in 2011, so imagine how bad it is today:

    http://datashine.org.uk/#table=QS201EW&col=QS201EW0002&ramp=YlOrRd&layers=BTTT&zoom=8&lon=-1.2524&lat=52.7598

  63. It can’t be stopped because there is no will to stop it.

  64. What am I missing?

    It’s a crazy person who should be arrested.

    This shit goes on in downtown Austin on a daily basis, performed by a wide variety of people, most of whom are white – and I’m pretty sure the few black folks losing their minds on our street corners don’t hail from Africa.

    It’s unpleasant to deal with for sure, but I don’t get the explicit racial context of this post.

    Last time I checked, insane is color blind.

  65. Daphne

    What you may be missing is the great big tongue Pete has in his cheek when he writes these posts 😋

  66. Hi Daphne. Austin…yeah my wife was in the smoking area outside the Omni Hotel there. I was with her and we were struck by the long line of homeless people waiting for a Church hall to open up. Presumably serving Breakfast. In a rich state in a rich country it seemed incongruous to us.

  67. Thats the Omni downtown. I think the entrance is on Hickory?

  68. Although no textbook mentions Kalergi

    That’ll be because he’s an obscure politician / philosopher that extreme right wing nuts have cooked up a conspiracy theory about. Why did we not hear about Kalergi prior to 2015?

    His ideas are the guiding principles of the European Union

    Closer European integration? Probably.

    A prestigious prize is awarded every two years by the Coudenhove-Kalergi Foundation to Europeans who have excelled in promoting this criminal plan. Among those awarded with such a prize are Angela Merkel and Herman Van Rompuy

    Prestigious? Oh FFS catch a grip. It’s a prize awarded by a medium sized town in Germany since the early 1950s for work on European integration. When did Merkel and Van Rompuy win it and what were they awarded it for?

    Correct – because as we are told, the refusal of the Visegrad group to accept simianisation is against the rules and would mean budget cuts, or something like that.

    Yep:

    https://www.politico.eu/article/budget-hungary-poland-rule-of-law-european-parliament-backs-plan-to-link-eu-funds/

    If they don’t like the rules they can leave and be subsidised by Brexitlandia.

    You’re not going to kick anyone out. It would be incredibly bad to even try

    Perhaps Phantom but they should be finacially sanctioned, (as it seems they’re going to above), for deciding that they’re not going to play by the same rules that everyone else has to play with.

  69. The post is hardly a dissenting view of British and American politics (or even a well written unrelated topic). It is a cartoonish post with virtually no thought involved, and a sign of how standards have slipped here.

  70. Mahons

    I think my 8:20am comment explains the reason for the post 🙂

  71. Agreed Colm:

    Sometimes I think Pete secretly laughs his danglies off at the reaction by some when he posts this guff 🙂

  72. This is a great example of why I bailed out of the Emerald isle years ago. Good luck ye auld coexisters!

  73. Ireland’s loss Eddie.

  74. That future is not going to be so great for the Brussels empire vassal state of little Ireland.

    Veto, veto away, it won’t make a jot of difference.

    BREXIT LIVE: Varadkar stunned after FURIOUS outburst from Poland – Brussels DIVIDED
    LEO Varadkar has been forced to defend Ireland after Poland launched a furious attack on Dublin in further signs of division among the EU ranks despite claims they are united over Brexit.

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1076974/brexit-news-latest-deal-vote-theresa-may-no-deal-EU-UK

    Tax harmonisation is coming, Ireland will be thrown under that bus.

    Its only a matter of time.

    All that matters, is “the project”.

  75. Once again..

    Ireland has a chronic problem with homeless people.

    So why don’t the current bunch of charlatan Brussels puppets in the Irish government, not supply Direct Provision centres for the army of homeless they already have?

    Why import even more, is that not just to make an already bad situation even worse?

    Or, is it simply because of “EU rules”?

  76. Ireland has a chronic problem with homeless people.

    Well, there certainly is a problem with homelessness in Ireland but whether it’s in the hundreds of thousands as it is in Britain I don’t know.

    I’d imagine it’s because of homelessness being a much more complex problem than not having a roof over your head and more often than not involves mental health issues and / or addiction problems etc. But what do I know? It’s probably because the Brussels puppets in the Irish Government have been told by their new master EU overlords to give everyone claiming to be a refugee a solid gold seven bedroom mansion or something.

  77. Paul

    Stop waffling.

    So why don’t the current bunch of charlatan Brussels puppets in the Irish government, not supply Direct Provision centres for the army of homeless they already have?

  78. Stop waffling.

    Some 28 posts?

    Nope, not triggered waffling at all.

  79. Talking of Irish homeless..

    Even the far left Irish Journal are showing concern..

    But, but its in the rules..

    Opinion: Sound the alarm – a proposed EU directive on bad loans will give vulture funds a free rein
    A proposed new EU Directive aims to develop a secondary market for non-performing loans and poses a serious threat to the rights of borrowers and consumers, writes Matt Carthy.

    https://www.thejournal.ie/readme/opinion-sound-the-alarm-a-proposed-eu-directive-on-bad-loans-will-give-the-vulture-funds-a-free-rein-4451105-Jan2019/

  80. Paul McMahon, on January 24th, 2019 at 3:11 PM Said:
    Stop waffling.

    Some 28 posts?

    Nope, not triggered waffling at all.

    Stop embarrassing yourself.

    This is weak, even for you.

    Oh my days, you must simply be a barrel of laughs to socialize with.

    😏

    Paul

    No offence mate, but just how boring are you really?

    Jesus H Christ.

  81. Triggered?

    About some post about a third world African acting like a third world African..

    Oh, the shock, oh, the horror..

    😏

  82. 31

    🙂

  83. Paul

    Stop waffling.

    Although it befits you..

    😁

    So why don’t the current bunch of charlatan Brussels puppets in the Irish government, not supply Direct Provision centres for the army of homeless they already have?

  84. Three times you’ve asked that question now, even after I gave my opinion on it immediately after the first time.

    You seem to have a severe stammer.

  85. Matteo Salvini, one of the far-right strongman wannabes that seem to give certain people on ATW an erection, has been charged by Italian prosecutors with the alleged kidnapping and detention of 177 migrants.

    In August Salvini refused to allow 177 migrants, who had docked in Sicily, to leave the boat.

  86. That’ll be extremist rightworld’s new martyr then.

    Tom Thug must be outraged at someone stealing his thunder.

  87. Did Salvini kidnap the Africans from Africa?

  88. He illegally detained them when the docked in Sicily.

    For what it is worth the same prosecutor who has investigated Salvini, Carmelo Zuccaro, has also taken action against many of the organisations, including aid organisations, involved in trafficking in the Mediterranean.

  89. Harri

    This post is the equivalent of Pete putting a Duracell battery in your back and letting you loose. Proof that Duracell really are the longest lasting batteries 😉

  90. Seamus, on January 24th, 2019 at 6:55 PM Said:
    He illegally detained them when the docked in Sicily.

    Good man.

    You can’t expect an African from a third world backward shitholes, who spends all day sitting under a tree, clutching an old AK47 in one hand, and a rusty old machete in the other, eyeing up the next door neighbours 10 year old daughter, to simply just fit in too a civilized society.

    Its safer to detain them first.

    Well done Salvini.

  91. Seamus, on January 24th, 2019 at 6:55 PM Said:
    He illegally detained them when the docked in Sicily.

    For what it is worth ?

    Which is not very much to be honest..

    I know, I know..

    Racist, Nazi.. Blah, blah blah..Zzzzzzzzzzzzz

  92. He did so when he was not legally empowered to do so.

  93. Legally empowered by who?

    Not the almighty and all powerful EU by any chance?

    The first priority of any government is to protect its citizens.

  94. Who spends all day sitting under a tree, clutching an old AK47 in one hand, and a rusty old machete in the other, eyeing up the next door neighbours 10 year old daughter

    In all fairness it’s usually a gold plated AK and a 12 year old daughter but FFS, isn’t it about time you got some new material?

  95. Legally empowered by who?

    Not the almighty and all powerful EU by any chance?

    Empowered by ‘Ze Commission’ and the Overlords of course.

    Oh, and Common Purpose too.

    Probably.

  96. The futures going to just so great..

    Someone is coordinating the saturation of mainland Europe, and little Ireland, by the influx of millions of Pikey Arabs, and third world stone age Africans. Who combined will cause more damage to Europe than carpet bombing the place.

  97. Paul

    How interesting

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzz

    You utter bore.

    😏

  98. “Legally empowered by who?

    Not the almighty and all powerful EU by any chance?”

    No not by the EU. Which you should know, despite your obviously limited reading comprehension level, is not almighty or all powerful.

    He is not legally empowered to do so by Italian law.

  99. Someone is coordinating the saturation of mainland Europe, and little Ireland, by the influx of millions of Pikey Arabs, and third world stone age African

    Probably the EU or George Soros or the (((Jooooos))) (Harri has ‘Jewish heritage you know), or Common Purpose or ZOG or something.

    Yeah I know, I’m a bore etc…..

  100. Paul

    For once, you are correct..

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzz

    Yawn..

    😁

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