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Poland says no to flood of Immigrants


Barney 15 | 1,582
29 Nov 2023 #361
@Crnogorac3
Is there something wrong with you that you keep trying to P1ss through another mans dick?
Crnogorac3 4 | 759
29 Nov 2023 #362
Councillor smears thousands of Irish who protested MASS STABBING perpetrated by Algerian man



Meanwhile in Ireland....



Irish PM Wants MORE Diversity & Cultural Enrichment


Novichok 5 | 7,526
29 Nov 2023 #363
to a country with a 97% white population :) Shocking, isn't it?

Yes, it is because the 97% is powerless to prevent becoming 90, 85, 80...California is now 49% white.
You know damn well that the Irish ruling scum doesn't give a damn about how you and Barney feel. I know because they never asked you if you want 100% to be 97%. If you did, you are insane.

They just went ahead and told you to GFY and shut up. Any objections were called xenophobia and racism.
The problem bootlickers and apologists like you have is how to justify that 3%.

Is there something wrong with you that you keep trying to P1ss through another mans dick?

If you were like Crn3, that Algerian pos would not be in Ireland stabbing people. Unfortunately, Ireland has you.
Atch 23 | 4,030
29 Nov 2023 #364
Councillor smears thousands of Irish

She's up in the North of Ireland. And it was a few hundred scrotes looting and thieving.

You know sod all about Ireland. Never even set foot in the place.
Crnogorac3 4 | 759
29 Nov 2023 #365
Good young lad here... 😁 great to see younger people involved in things that really matter and rejecting jews version of "rebellion" or 'cool" or whatever...



There Will Be No Shrinking Back' - Óige Náisiúnach Speech in Budapest
Novichok 5 | 7,526
29 Nov 2023 #366
Good young lad here...

...you are not talking about Barney, are you?
Novichok 5 | 7,526
29 Nov 2023 #367
Hey, Bobko and PAK, I need help...How do you explain to a Polish idiot that when a town loses a factory it's bad for the town?

Also, that there are only three ways to create wealth: by digging, growing and plowing, and making things. Telling jokes, gambling, and cutting hair do not create wealth.
Alien 18 | 4,671
29 Nov 2023 #368
explain to a Polish idiot that

Dear Novi, if you did a little research in the literature, you would discover that an idiot is called an individual whose IQ is less than 19. I assure you that nothing can be explained to such an individual.
Novichok 5 | 7,526
29 Nov 2023 #369
Is your post in any way connected to what I posted in 367?
Alien 18 | 4,671
29 Nov 2023 #370
Is your post in any way connected

Well, think about it, Mr. Engineer.
Paulina 16 | 4,192
29 Nov 2023 #371
Keyword is "Them"not the final consumer.

Welcome to capitalism! lol Don't tell me you rent out flats for free? :)

Time to say"Alexa" or "Hey siri"sing a lullaby,whatever you use.

?

So you do admit it is there?

Duh o_O You think I wouldn't know about such things? lol I'm a feminist, after all! :)

Btw, Poland advanced to the 8th place among the OECD countries on the Women in Work Index:

rp.pl/rynek-pracy/art38091581-kobiety-na-rynku-pracy-polska-awansowala-w-rankingu-oecd

The list for 2023 looks like this:

1. Luxembourg
2. New Zealand
3. Slovenia
4. Sweden
5. Iceland
6. Norway
7. Portugal
8. Poland

The US is on the 27th place! :O

Poland is one of those countries that was and is still profiting from having cheaper labour. At the same time the are also Polish companies that moved production abroad, like, for example, fashion brands:

wnp.pl/przemysl-odziezowy/gdzie-szyja-polskie-firmy-modowe-i-dlaczego-nie-w-polsce,463541.html

According to this article it's because we don't have enough factories of this kind in Poland and they're not modern enough or something.
mafketis 36 | 10,706
29 Nov 2023 #372
Are the monkeys done flinging *** at Ireland (and each other) so I can ask again.

What was the Algerian Dublin stabber doing between 2003 (when he probably should have been deported) and 2023 when he went all stabby?

One twitter comment repeated a rumor he's lost it because of a dispute about benefits (welfare) which suggests that his overall contributions to Irish society were pretty.... minimal... (another comment suggested that he, like the airport stabber and the Slovak criminal Puska all lived off of Irish taxpayers while contributing.... less than nothing to the country.

Meanwhile I learn that it was an ethnic Irish... person (for lack of a better term) who first disarmed the attacker. But what's the interest in that? He's been erased so the media can praise a Brazilian (who also deserves praise though not at the expense of the first to tackle armed Algerian).

Who wants to discuss this like an adult (monty and novi are incapable of adult conversation and everybody else runs away when you bring up incomfortable ideas.....).
Alien 18 | 4,671
29 Nov 2023 #373
Who wants to discuss this like an adult

What is there to discuss? It turns out that he is mentally ill. This will satisfy all parties.
mafketis 36 | 10,706
29 Nov 2023 #374
It turns out that he is mentally ill. This will satisfy all parties.

Why should it? Why was it Ireland's job to support a mentally ill Algerian for 20 years? Why should they continue?

Migration policy in Europe is hopelessly broken but the only people that talk about that tend to be jackasses that too easy to ignore...

But really, North Africa, the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa have _far_ too much dysfunction and _far_ too many broken people for Europe to fix and it shouldn't be the European taxpayers' job to try....

How many violent mentally ill migrants can/should Ireland feed and house?
jon357 74 | 21,705
29 Nov 2023 #375
Why was it Ireland's job to support a mentally ill Algerian for 20 years?

As mention before, he is an educated man who developed a brain tumour two years ago and had surgery twice. This apparently changed his behaviour.
Novichok 5 | 7,526
29 Nov 2023 #376
Well, think about it, Mr. Engineer.

FO. I need to be paid when I have to think.
Feniks
29 Nov 2023 #377
I learn that it was an ethnic Irish... person (for lack of a better term) who first disarmed the attacker.

A French teenager apparently:

breakingnews.ie/ireland/macron-congratulates-french-teen-who-disarmed-dublin-attacker-1556785.html
Novichok 5 | 7,526
29 Nov 2023 #378
What is there to discuss? It turns out that he is mentally ill.

He was ill. Fine. That's better than being an incurable woke moron - the affliction that is common among the ruling mobs and their admirers like the PF troika - you, Atch, and Barney.

There are more like you here but then I couldn't say "troika".

BTW, who disarmed the scumbag is totally irrelevant. What moron let this pos in is.

And why????????????????? What is the upside in being that stupid?
mafketis 36 | 10,706
29 Nov 2023 #379
he is an educated man

How many jobs did he have in Ireland?

A French teenager apparently:

named Warren Donohoe? Weird name for a French guy..... the fact that they're erasing the local while glorifying the non-Irish should be a clue.... to what?
jon357 74 | 21,705
29 Nov 2023 #380
A French teenager apparently:

17 on work experience!

Worth mentioning that the children attacked were Irish kids with roots overseas and may well have been known to or related to the attacker.
Barney 15 | 1,582
29 Nov 2023 #381
It turns out that he is mentally ill. This will satisfy all parties.

Its a weird kind of mental illness that makes him a homicidal maniac.

What was the Algerian Dublin stabber doing between 2003 (when he probably should have been deported) and 2023 when he went all stabby?

He was working. You can't claim and receive benifits if you have not contributed.

His nation of origin like his mental health status is irrelevant unless you are making some sort of crypto point.

Ireland as an Island could very easily restrict migration even after Ireland voted in a referendum to endorse freedom of movement within the EU. The problem is that US policy is to invade and destabilise the middle East, North Africa and Sub Saharan Africa and as Europe follows the US there is not much we can do about it. US immigration policy is much stricter than Europe's but Europe is militariarly weak and socially liberal and under the political domination of the US.

I don't have any problem with the level of migration into Ireland and don't see or feel any threat from these people.
jon357 74 | 21,705
29 Nov 2023 #382
How many jobs did he have in Ireland?

Why would anyone have more than one?

Are you suggesting he was unemployed? He's not some person living in poverty; in fact the few things known about him suggest that he was quite a way up the social scale until his brain tumour destroyed his life.

US policy

I'd look further east, to r*SSia and China.
Barney 15 | 1,582
29 Nov 2023 #383
@jon357
Take your pick between state capitalism, gangster capitalism or vulture capitalism. I go with the country that created the mess.
jon357 74 | 21,705
29 Nov 2023 #384
state capitalism, gangster capitalism or vulture capitalism.

There are better forms of economy. In the MENA region, none are native. Much better to let the people there develop what works for them.

the country that created the mess.

Cack-handedly, sadly. And that added to the syf caused by France, Italy, Belgium and Spain in the region. RC countries and colonialism were a bad mix.

For all the (often misplaced) invective against the British Empire, the difference between former British or Dutch colonies and the others are palpable today. Things like roads, schools, hospitals, a native administrator class, a functioning postal service and mains electricity that works all day.
Barney 15 | 1,582
29 Nov 2023 #385
There are better forms of economy.

There are, however until recently China was not a player and the CCCP was more interested in supporting liberation movements. It was the US with its invasions and coups that bears the lions share of the blame. Migration from the global South really took off with the rise of outsourcing from the west as the west shafted their people who it must be remembered voted for that crap. A ven diagram of migration and invasion will show an almost perfect overlap coinciding with the turbo charging of the flow of people.

I'm not against migration and have no problem with ethnicity or religion of people. What I do oppose is the hypocrisy of those installing governments who's economic policies created the problem and are now screaming blue murder
cms neuf 1 | 1,745
29 Nov 2023 #386
But there is substantial illegal migration from countries that have never been invaded by the US or even been in any open conflicts - Nigeria, Pakistan, Eritrea etc
jon357 74 | 21,705
29 Nov 2023 #387
until recently China was not a player

They certainly are now; and of course their economic system is pure authoritarian capitalism of a kind we should all be worried about.

and the CCCP was more interested in supporting liberation movements

More interested in destabilising development for the benefit of their own interests.

the hypocrisy of those installing governments who's economic policies created the problem

That's basically France in much of the MENA region. They still won't let go, even though the rewards for them are relatively small.

America tries but never gets it right and of course their role is frequently overstated.

I'm not against migration and have no problem with ethnicity or religion of people.

A good thing. One point I've made here that gets ignored is that it really isn't about whether people in the Global North like migration or dislike it. The key thing is that it's increasing hugely and is likely to continue to do so for decades regardless of what commentators say.

Of course it's the poor (of whatever colour) that will as always lose out.
Novichok 5 | 7,526
29 Nov 2023 #388
Worth mentioning that the children attacked were Irish kids with roots overseas

No, it's not worth mentioning because it's irrelevant to the question of why Ireland was so incredibly stupid to admit any foreign garbage.

I'm not against migration and have no problem with the ethnicity or religion of people.

Yes, you do and you are lying. How many live with you? None?

You are not against migration because you are a bootlicker who knows that being against migration will be ignored by your "democratic" ruling class. So to stay sane, you are lying to yourself and us.

As a typical Euro weasel, you didn't say that you are for it. That would make you look stupid even here.

So you took a safer, weasel way out..."I am not against it..."...for future deniability:

Who me? I never said I was for it!

That's how Euro weasels communicate. Next time, try the American, fear-free way...
Przelotnyptak1 - | 300
29 Nov 2023 #389
Jon, it seems like you are trying to justify the inexcusable and inhumane act by suggesting that the perpetrator had overseas connections and may have been related to the attacker. This reasoning is similar to that of other PF liberals. If circumstances were the same, but the perpetrator was a patriotic Irishman with conservative views, I doubt you would show any mercy. I am confident enough to bet you a hundred dollars on a doughnut.

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jon357 74 | 21,705
29 Nov 2023 #390
it seems like you are trying to justify

Ptak, it seems like you misunderstand the word "justify".

It's not exactly a sesquipedalian lexeme. Analysis is always better than omphaloskepsis.


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