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Irish Census and number of Polish


RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
3 Apr 2012 #31
I asked him did he not miss Dublin at all and he said no, they were a bunch of nasty fascists....(his words not mine, before anyone starts...)

A friend of mine is of 100% Irish descent, he denies it however, because of people like you.

Remarkably convenient.

Also could you actually answer my question?

I responded to your little ill informed rant with an historically accurate response and I got this.....

wrong as usual jackeen

Then you asked this, which I responded too.

Why do you have a problem with it?

So, what question are you spouting on about?

got an proof of that?

Anecdotal from a friend who works in Collins barracks. The February "citizenship celebrations" were held there.

I think an exam on the Irish language is a bit of a stretch.

Why? Its the national language. Want citizenship, learn it.

As it is at the moment, no language examinations are held at all. Fook it, no examinations are held at all. Knowledge, historical, or medical.

Sure, most people east of the Shannon can hardly string a sentence together in their native tongue.

Thats why parts of south west Dublin are in the process of being awarded Gaelteacht status. The largest Irish language schools are in Clondalkin, Ballymun and Tallaght.

for a better life.

How many more people can a windswept bankrupt rock off of western europe provide a better life for?

ahahah ye mad basta..
You need help

I know it may sound mad.

Treat my statement as fact and go about your business for a month.

Or, do you think the government handing out of citizenship to all sundry whilst simultaneously pushing Irish people to emigrate to NZ, Aus, Canada and the UK, via jobfairs, RTE advertising and through the media is just some accidental coincidence?

Do you have a criminal record?
Do you have a large family of dependents?
Are you unemployable?
Have you no qualifications?
Do you not like hard work?
Do you not like work, full stop?
Would you like EU citizenship?

Come to Ireland.

The "richest" country in the world. We have over 200 NGOs and quangos funded by the taxpayer to help you avail of all of the above.

Dont worry, we are shipping the nasty natives out. Its a pity we dont have coffin ships.
smurf 39 | 1,981
3 Apr 2012 #32
So, what question are you spouting on about?

Your rudeness knows no bounds.
I asked you why do you have a problem with people becoming Irish citizens? You haven't given a reason, you're just ranting and raving as is your usual style.

Why? Its the national language

Yea of course it is, but only in name, most people can't speak it and most have no interest in it. I can speak a bit and I love the language, but I don't think people should be forced to learn something they don't want to. I think the best thing for the Irish language would be to take it out of the schools completely. It's stir up some patriotism for it and get people to learn it properly.

The largest Irish language schools are in Clondalkin, Ballymun and Tallaght

Look chap everyone know that Irish schools are useless. The only reason they exist is because education is the biggest scam going in Ireland. Also kids go there coz they know they'll get higher final exam points if they do their exams in Irish. Plus what right-minded kid would actually want to go to school in any of those scumholes?

How many more people can a windswept bankrupt rock off of western europe provide a better life for?

Quite a few according to the census.

Do you have a criminal record?
Do you have a large family of dependents?

Yea, as I said ranting and raving.
HAL9009 2 | 304
17 Jul 2012 #33
Claiming to be Irish and actually being Irish are two different things

How would you define 'being Irish'?
peterweg 37 | 2,319
17 Jul 2012 #34
A) Drunk
B) Belligerent

I'm half way there, and proud of it.
HAL9009 2 | 304
17 Jul 2012 #35
@peterweg
Your definition could be applied to many nationalities.
I was hoping for a somewhat more intelligent response from RevokeNice.
milky 13 | 1,657
17 Jul 2012 #36
How would you define 'being Irish'?

Non Romanised Celtic Irish. Very lively people with a strong oral tradition. Musical,poetical,sharp witted,fondness for partying and drinking.
jasondmzk
17 Jul 2012 #37
How would you define 'being Irish'?




RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
24 Jul 2012 #38
How would you define 'being Irish'?

Being of Irish ancestry/parentage.

More anti white garbage from our friend from Hicksville

Yawn. I was in the city centre all day yesterday to watch the football(the real football) along with 70,000 others. Drink taken but not one bit of trouble and everyone enjoying the beautiful weather and taking in the atmosphere. Show me one other sporting event in the world were 70,000 fans can freely mingle with one another without an ounce of trouble and zero arrests made.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
24 Jul 2012 #39
to watch the football

We stuffed those Down bastards :)
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
24 Jul 2012 #40
We shall have to break your hearts once again, it seems. ;)

Just an FYI and to remain somewhat on topic, I decided to abandon my usual terracing tickets(hill 16) and sat in the fancy seats. Very warm and I needed plenty of re-hydration. In the bar at half time I spoke with four Americans(tourists), two Indians(here for a few weeks on a work project) and a large Polish family(living here) whose younger son got into it through his school and now they are all hooked.

Quite unusual. Normally you just meet the odd American tourist and no other foreigner at the games,
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
24 Jul 2012 #41
Haven't they (the GAA) tried to reach out to Poles before? I'm sure I read something about this. Poles tend to be supporters of Ireland over the Brits, that's for sure.

And there was Magdalena Wolska too -
youtube.com/watch?v=o_JZB_CToFk
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
24 Jul 2012 #42
In fairness to the GAA, especially those in the 26, they are doing their best to be all inclusive. I stopped being a member of my local club in 2010 due to other commitments, but I can attest to that. They do go out of their way to welcome newcomers of a different ilk. They are trying their best to dispel the Catholic Nationalist image the organisation picked up throughout history. I know for a fact there are numerous Polish-African-British-Lithuanian and even Brazilian young lads playing for my local clubs underage teams.

Underage players pay a thing called "subs". It basically helps pay the ref, insurance cost etc. But I know that some clubs don't push the more ethnic players for the subs, due to some of them coming from a very poor background. A case of we don't agree with the lunacy of the immigration coming in, but its not the kids fault, they wanna play, let them play type thing.

Boots and other equipment have been provided for young africans who came here with their parents(asylum scammers) for example.
sanddancer 2 | 58
24 Jul 2012 #43
Poles tend to be supporters of Ireland over the Brits

Who cares... two insignificant nations!
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
24 Jul 2012 #44
Lol. You Brits will be relieving your occupation so, I take it.
sanddancer 2 | 58
24 Jul 2012 #45
Sorry... what are you trying to say? Maybe British occupation... maybe if the British were still in the Republic of Ireland then they wouldn't be in such a mess. Another failed catholic country! (p.s. i'm irish by ancestory and have an irish surname)
hudsonhicks 21 | 346
4 Aug 2012 #46
A few years ago i would have congratulated Ireland for being a beautiful small populated nation with mostly 95% Irish people and Irish culture.

I have written off the UK many years ago. The recent influx of Poles and Romanians are just formalities now.

However Ireland had a chance, to maintain it's nationhood and people.

Quite sad to hear you're just another EU Cesspit now.


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