UK arrested Tommy Robinson for reporting child-rape gangs that the government caters to. The UK banned reporting of his arrest, denied him a lawyer, and is trying to have him assassinated in prison. Regardless of how you feel about his views, this is a totalitarian government.
Tommy Robinson isn't the first to that the UK has jailed after a secret trial. Melanie Shaw tried to expose child abuse in a Nottinghamshire kids home -- it wasn't foreigners doing the molesting, but many members of the UK's parliament. The government kidnapped her child and permanently took it away. Police from 3 forces have treated her like a terrorist and themselves broken the law. Police even constantly come by to rob her phone and money. She was tried in a case so secret the court staff had no knowledge of it. Her lawyer, like Tommy's, wasn't present. She has been held for over 2 years in Peterborough Prison. read, read
- This article is about the contemporary state, for other uses see, Ireland (disambiguation).
Motto: Ceade Míle Fáilte (Irish)
"A hundred thousand welcomes"
Anthem: Amhrán na bhFiann
The Soldier's Song
and largest city
|Official languages||English (majority), Irish (minority)|
|Ethnic groups||94.8% European, 1.7% Other, 1.3% Asian, 1.1% Negroid|
|70,273 km2 (27,133 sq mi) (119th)|
• Water (%)
• 2010 estimate
|4,470,700  (120th)|
• 2006 census
|63.4/km2 (164.2/sq mi) (139th)|
|GDP (PPP)||2010 estimate|
• Per capita
|GDP (nominal)||2010 estimate|
• Per capita
Error: Invalid HDI value · 5th
|Currency||Euro (€) (EUR)|
|Time zone||WET (UTC+0)|
• Summer (DST)
|IST (WEST) (UTC+1)|
|Drives on the||left|
|ISO 3166 code||IE|
Ireland is the national homeland of the Gaelic people.
21st century demographic genocide and emigration
Ireland was the victim of a massive genocide in the 19th century by the British military robbing all their food (the Irish grew six times the amount needed for Ireland) and sending their people to forced labor camps to die. The British official history gave the biggest holocaust denial of The Irish Holocaust ever, blaming it on nature and claiming the Irish were stupid. The British government to this day keeps this lie up and has never apologized. Since the late 20th century, Ireland has become victim of another genocide, through mass immigration of people from distant lands, and then taxing (robbing) the Irish people pay welfare to the invaders so they can outbreed the Irish. Ireland grants more citizenships to non-European immigrants (mainly Nigerians, Indians, and Filipinos) than any other European nation in proportion to its population size, except for Luxembourg.
The Irish have historically fled their country from persecution by the powers that be. The greatest was when a million fled their country to take a voyage across the Atlantic with a 50-50 chance of survival during the Irish Holocaust, a man-made famine where the British stole all their food by force.
In the 21st century, of the Irish people in Ireland, 450,000 are unemployed this is because 40% of the jobs in Ireland are given to non-irish immigrants. The Irish are fleeing their country, going to places like Australia.
Islam is expected to become Ireland's second biggest religion by 2043 due to mass immigration and population growth of immigrants.
In Ireland, nonwhites are given priority treatment in being provided with social housing-–even though many true Irish people are seeking social housing. In Dublin on any night in the week, you will see many homeless men and women sleeping in shop doorways (always a real sign of jew-addled democracy) but never is there a nonwhite who is homeless.
The mass immigration to this tiny island is driving up rent prices to the extreme. Of course all the immigrants get free housing and welfare provided by the government that they steal from the taxpayer. However Irish people have to pay huge rents. Irish students have to sleep rough in cars and streets - or share beds with complete strangers.
21st century history
Ireland is a member of the EU, the OECD, and the UN. Ireland was neutral in World War II, holding its neutrality even when its airspace was violated by both sides and bombs fell on Ireland. Soldiers who left Ireland's army to fight in WWII were branded deserters until 2013. Ireland's policy of neutrality means it is not a member of NATO, although it does contribute to peacekeeping missions sanctioned by the UN. In keeping with not supporting Jewish aggression like in WWII, they recognized Palestine as an independent state in October 2014.
Jews bring leprosy to Ireland
Jews, through their control of the governments of European nations, have been flooding these nations with third world invaders who hate the native peoples of the countries they move to. On June 8, 2013, it was discovered that these people were bringing leprosy to Ireland. Leprosy is an incurable disease that slowly permanently disfigures its victims and takes a long time to first show symptoms. It is transmitted by touch and by mucus. When people speak, they naturally spray small bits of saliva when they talk and where their mouth points, anything near it gets small bits of saliva. The same is when they breathe. Anything touched or breathed upon carries the bacteria.
Before Jewish control, when people were emigrating to a country be it Ireland or the United States, the new countries tested them for serious diseases and rejected the immigrants if they had any. Today, this is not done at all in ethnic European countries.
20th century history
In the early 20th century, Ireland became the successor-state to the Irish Free State. (The Irish Holocaust in the previous century encouraged the people to rebel against England's rule.) Ireland was one of the poorest countries in Western Europe and had high emigration. The protectionist economy was opened in the late 1950s and Ireland joined the European Community (now the European Union) in 1973. An economic crisis led Ireland to start large-scale economic reforms in the late 1980s. Ireland reduced taxation and regulation dramatically compared to other EU countries.
Today, the Index of Economic Freedom ranks Ireland the world's third most free country. This liberalisation has transformed Ireland into one of the fastest growing, richest, most developed and peaceful countries on earth, having the fifth highest gross domestic product per capita and the eighth highest gross domestic product per capita considering purchasing power parity, and having the fifth highest Human Development Index rank. The country also boasts the highest quality of life in the world, ranking first in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Quality-of-life index. Ireland was ranked fourth on the Global Peace Index. Ireland also has high rankings for its education system, political freedom and civil rights, press freedom and economic freedom; it was also ranked fourth from the bottom on the Failed States Index, being one of the few "sustainable" states in the world. Ireland has emerged as an attractive destination and foreign immigrants who now make up approximately 10% of the population. Ireland's population is the fastest growing in Europe with an annual growth rate of 2.5%.
It is a country in north-western Europe bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the west and by the Irish Sea to the east. The current sovereign state consists of five-sixths of the island of Ireland, while six counties of the nation are still occupied by the British Empire and their Masonic Lowland Scots settlers as "Northern Ireland." Territories of Greater Ireland from the Middle Ages, such as Dal Riata and the Isle of Man are not presently under Irish control either. It has a rich tradition of native European religions and folktales, preserved first by druids and then by monks.
Before the Normans showed up in the 12th century, Ireland was an ethnocratic utopia organised as a complex tribal system under the High Kingship of Ireland. The Milesian Gaelic race, said to be of Scythian origin, ruled the overworld with a complex relationship to the suprahuman Tuatha Dé Danann, who after their coming ruled the domain of the underworld as the aes sídhe. Christianity came to Ireland through remnants of Roman Britain, not by conquest. It produced many saints and scholars during the Middle Ages and the Irish helped to restore the faith to much of Europe after the fall of the Western Roman Empire.
The name of the nation derives from the Old Irish word Ériu, the ultimate meaning of which is obscure but perhaps means "fertile." According to the traditions of the Milesian Gaelic race, when their ancestors arrived in the land, they encountered three goddesses of the Tuath dé Danann known as Ériu, Banba and Fodla, who extracted a promise from the Gaels that the country would be named after them. The contemporary form of Éiru in Gaeilge is Éire, from the 12th century, the word was translated as "Ireland" in the English language by the Norman outlanders, simply by adding -land. The Romans earlier referred to the land as Hibernia (which is still sometimes used as a romantic reference), which is from the same root as Ériu. The contemporary state is legally named Ireland, but is described as the Republic of Ireland (Irish: Poblacht na hÉireann).
|“||The Irish nation is the Gaelic nation; its language and literature is the Gaelic language; its history is the history of the Gael. All other elements have no place in the Irish national life, literature and tradition, save as far as they are assimilated into the very substance of Gaelic speech, life and thought.||”|
|— Catholic Bulletin, 1924.|
|“||Those amongst the lowest rank among a great tribe traced and retained the whole line of their descent with the same care which in other nations was peculiar to the rich and great; for, it was from his own genealogy which each man of the tribe, poor as well as rich, held the charter of his civil state, his right of property in the cantred in which he was born, the soil of which was occupied by one family or clan and in which no one lawfully possessed any portion of the soil if he was not of the same race as the chief.||”|
|— John O'Donovan, 1849, Miscellany of the Celtic Society.|
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- Prior to 1999, Ireland used the punt (Irish pound) as its circulated currency. In 2002, the punt ceased to be legal tender.
- The destruction of Ireland through immigration
- Goodbye My Ireland
- "EU: Causes of Growth differentials in Europe", WAWFA think tank
- List of countries by GDP (PPP) per capita
- Article 4 of the Constitution of Ireland and Section 2 of the Republic of Ireland Act 1948.
- Ireland's Gay Indian Prime Minister Leo Varadkar to Bring in One-Million Migrants. Farewell Ireland.
- The Irish Holocaust at Ognir's The Information Underground
- A Smaller Social History of Ancient Ireland by Patrick Weston Joyce
- Paganism and Society in Early Ireland by Séamus Mac Mathúna
- The Arms of Ireland: Medieval and Modern by John J. Kennedy
- Online Guide to Ancient Ireland at Shee-Eire
- History of Ireland by Edward Hall
- Irish Traditional Music at YouTube
- Irish History Podcast at Libsyn
- DNA shows Irish people have more complex origins than previously thought