by triadconservative_5yodkx November 28, 2023November 28, 2023 Explaining What Happened in Ireland Open Borders Steve Bannon has perhaps more reason to pay attention to what has been happening there because he is Irish Catholic: Steve Bannon tells Tucker Carlson: "The Irish politicians are by far the worst that are bought off by the EU. They're the biggest globalists, they've sold out the sovereignty of the Irish, and you're seeing a natural blowback." pic.twitter.com/wCsXzbhIw5— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) November 28, 2023 Share: Post navigation « The Enactment of the Digital Social Credit SystemNorth Carolina’s Descent on Freedom » 2 thoughts on “Explaining What Happened in Ireland” Twenty years ago I had a wonderful and peaceful tour of Ireland. I even met the Taoiseach ( Prime Minister ). That encounter appeared in a column in the News and Record: “Speaking of a communication gap, Greensboro reader Fred Gregory was recently touring Sligo, Ireland, when a security detail of garda (that’s Gaelic for police) entered a pub with an important-looking man in their midst. Gregory asked the bartender if he recognized the tall, Clintonesque VIP the garda was guarding. “Oh,” the barkeep replied, “you mean, the taoiseach?” – pronounced, in the musical mother tongue, “TEE-shook,” Gaelic for “prime minister.” Gregory learned that Bertie Ahern, the gregarious Dublin populist, was campaigning on behalf of provincial candidates. But unlike North Carolina campaign tradition, which takes office-seekers from church to church on Sunday morning, Irish politicians campaign from pub to pub.” Clearly a new sort of “troubles” have come to Ireland: Like in the US police morale in Ireland is very low due to pointless virtue-signaling such as “hate speech” initiatives. More than 90% of ordinary police officers recently voted “no confidence” in the country’s top law-enforcement officer. They’re resigning in droves due to inadequate power, work pressure and malaise. A high-profile assault this summer of an American tourist in Dublin led to an official security alert by the State Department for American tourists in the capital. Ireland depends hugely on US dollar investment by tourists and big American corporations. If nothing else, the sight of burning vehicles in Ireland’s Times Square will act as a wake-up call to the Irish government. Fred, that’s a great story about your travels to Ireland. It seems so many of the European countries have proverbially shot themselves in the feet. But of course we have also in the good old USA. Comments are closed.