The joys of ‘Diversity’
I remember even 10 years ago, there were little to no immigrants in Ireland, everyone I saw was white, when I went into Cork, there were no black or brown faces, there were no women dressed in the veil.
When visiting England, it was interesting to see all the ‘diversity’ in the cities, it was fascinating, I thought it was ‘cool’ to have so much ‘diversity’, it seemed so much better then boring old ‘White Ireland’.
Well, having lived in England, I experienced this ‘diversity’ first hand, and realised what a disaster it was for England, the violence, the menace in parts of London and Birmingham, the filthiness of the streets, the aggressiveness of ‘visible ethnic minorities’ was very real and frightening.
I realised in England, that races are very different, that we act differently, we have different expectations and dreams and that our moralities are different. This is not to say this is bad, but that it is real.
Well, now that Ireland has it’s own ‘diversity’, we can experience it now at home! already blacks are complaining about ‘racism’, already Muslims are shouting ‘Islamophobia’, this from groups who have been in our country at most for a few years. Already we hear demands that we change to fit their desires and that we must treat them as special so at to tackle our ‘racism’!!
Is it not odd, that no matter where these ‘minorities’ go, no matter how long or short a time they live somewhere, the host peoples are ‘racist’? Is it not the greatest coincidence in the history of man, that no black community seems able to make money honestly? That no black community seems able to avoid drugs, promiscuity or being lured into crime? That most of them end up on benefit or in prison?
Ireland, or more accurately Ireland’s elites, seem to have thought like I did when I was a teenager, they must have visited London often and thought, ‘oh how cool is all this vibrant diversity?’ They probably thought about the fascinating little Indian and Paki neighbourhoods that could spring up in Dublin, Cork and other places. They probably dreamed of a Black community that could be integrated as we Irish are so accepting and non-racist, unlike those ‘little Englanders’.
Anyway, us Irish, are we not the ‘Blacks of Europe’ as was said in the film, ‘The Commitments’?
Are we not one of the ‘oppressed’ peoples of the world just like the blacks and Pakis and others?
It is amusing in some ways to see the reaction of normal Irishmen to this wave of immigration, I always get the automatic, ‘I’m not racist but…’ before every racialist tirade, the moans about the ‘coloureds’ the ‘Nigerians’, the ‘Somalians’, the ‘Gypsies’, the Muslims, the Pakis and the east Europeans. It seems we are not so unlike the ‘little Englanders’ as we liked to think! You see, it is all fine and dandy and ever so easy to be in favour of ‘diversity’ when there is none near you, and thats what we Irish did for so long, we felt so superior to the Yanks and the English, who were grappling with black criminality and violence. We could talk about how we were so ‘good’ because we knew what oppression was, we could empathise with the blacks.
Once our economy took off, the blacks, ever eager for new green fields of opportunity to make money easily, poured into Ireland, as did the Pakis. We are now in as bad a situation as Britain, with regard the hordes of grasping, moaning minorities who never stop complaining about how terrible their situation is in this ‘racist’ country. The media, unsurprisingly has sided with the invaders against us, in our own country!!
Unlike many, the immigration of east Europeans does not bother me too much, they are White, come from a Christian background and seem to work hard and many have integrated, others work here and go home after a while.
The problem is the Blacks and Pakis, they will never go home in appreciable numbers, except to bag a bride to bring back here, so their numbers will only clime in the coming years, creating more and more problems for us natives, you will see ghettos arising, if they have not already done so, you will see grand mosques being built, you will see Blacks screaming racism ever more loudly, you will see gang rapes, gruesome murders, shocking violence and no support from our government.
The government will most likely try to disarm you completely as they have done in England, so that you are helpless when the feral black gangs come to your house, as happens in England, and America!
Quite soon, you will be told that some Nigerian, or some violent hateful Somalian is as Irish as you because he has a passport! Oh the joys of ‘diversity’!
Well, the truth is we had all the warnings we needed from seeing what has happened in England, in our arrogance, we thought we could do it better then England and we have failed, because it is not the English that are at fault, it is the people they allowed in that cause the problems! Now we have many decades of fear and violence ahead to appreciate that!