Death of Aishling Murphy, Media Coverage, Public Reaction and more


#107

Thanks for reposting - saw this once but never saved the link.

Excellent example. This is journalism. What the fourth estate is supposed to do.


#108

Sorcha Pollack and Bonnie Greer are quite literally whitewashing a Romany Gypsy killer of an Irish woman. And then linked it to Trump & Putin. She saw the crime of a migrant as a sign we need more migration. Just call it colonization at this stage.

https://archive.is/37vPZ

Prompted by Pollak to speak about “the crisis of manhood” following discussions about male violence here recently, Greer referenced her 1993 film, White Men Are Cracking Up.

“We are at a very dangerous point because not enough white men are talking about what they are afraid of – women, people of colour, their place [in society] being dethroned,” she said.

Greer suggested that political leaders such as Trump, Bolsonaro, Putin and Orban all exemplify “the dying mythology of masculinity that will go down fighting”.

“The unstoppable, inevitable impact of change is affecting this section of the population and people go towards [leaders like] Trump in fear of their displacement,” she said.

Nothing’s unstoppable Bonnie. Brexit showed that.


#110

Reminder: the poor Romany girl was being pimped out by her family. Far from being “just like Ashling”, this is evidence of massive dysfunction in the community. He saw her get in the car as well.

https://archive.is/SStqq

He spoke to us as he returned to Lombard Street — the area where he last saw her get into a Ford Mondeo on January 6, 2008.


#111

Just a thought…but perhaps an online discussion on women’s safety should possibly consider using a “safe” secure online platform…


#112

Wtf Again?

… ah this is getting a bit to bleedin’ obvious now lads, I mean girls… :icon_beer:


#113

Spot the difference to Ashling Murphy. Full description of attacker on Day 1.

https://archive.is/MYvqh

“The male is best described, at this time, as a white male in his 40s with an Irish accent,” they said in the statement.


#114

Exploitative hypocritical ghouls of the NGO complex…


#115

It’s Sunita 2.

Sick Cunts.


#116

This sounds like some set up for a Christian Brothers in Cork

Ivy’s parents were also impressed by a successful campaign the school ran two years ago, to prevent the deportation of three of its students and their past pupil brother.

She has settled in and made friends, with girls and boys, and some kids who are non-binary. “It’s really nice and lovely. All the teachers are really nice,” she said.

RTE have to get their dig in everytime…

With the recent discussion of male violence towards women following the killing of Ashling Murphy, Sam feels very strongly that the benefit of mixed schooling, and progressive schools, is huge, not just for his own daughter but for boys too.

“They have tampons and sanitary towels in those gender-neutral toilets, and that’s great for the boys, as well as the girls, they just have to get used to it. It’s great for all of those boys who go to that school.” (The school also has single-sex toilets).


#117

The WAR on (your) Children


#118

So…the word “transition” in the headline here is really a kind of a Trojan horse or at best, a non-too-subtle ploy to include the word “trans”? No other way of interpreting it - especially when they state that tampons and sanitary towels, “are great for the boys.”

And the words, "they’ll just have to get used to it," sounds like a threat - which no doubt is exactly what it is.


#119

https://12ft.io/proxy?q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.irishtimes.com%2Fnews%2Feducation%2Fbest-thing-we-ve-ever-done-the-boys-only-secondary-school-that-turned-co-ed-1.4795199

He feels the change has created a more welcoming environment for transgender students and promoted greater levels of empathy and understanding.

They’re all playing with eggs, and the “softer boy” reigns supreme.


#120

Empathy & understanding are all very well in many parts of life, but needs to be balanced. Especially these days when Ireland & its citizens are getting so royally screwed by outside (& inside) interests.

I remember seeing a video of someone in the US, can’t recall if he was a politician or military, saying that he didn’t want an empathic military with an emphasis on gender sensitivity.

His priority was/is a military that wants to sit on a pile of Chinese skulls.


#121

Just another day for you and me in paradise

Emergency services were called to a house in Ballyconnell, outside Shillelagh, at around 8.15pm last night.

A 36-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene.

A man, aged in his 30s, and a woman in her 20s have been arrested and are being held at garda stations in Bray and Baltinglass.


#122

There was a radio advert there
“When you hear language contributing to a culture of violence against women, Call it out!”

So next time you hear or read any Migration is Good Propaganda…Call it out!


#123

Will they be standing up for Muslim women?


#124

No they’ll be quiet on that


#125

The court heard that Alshwawrah is on disability benefit.

Did he do it in the Billiard Room with the walking stick? :male_detective:

Eitherway I don’t think Cluedo is inclusive and diverse enough and we need the makers to stop propagating such out dated tropes and narrative privledge.


#126

Let’s see how much msm attention this story gets.most likely not too much reason is he got punched in the face by a woman however apparently the spin is Russell was locked drunk and it will be hard tp prove the punch actually killed him,

https://www.pressreader.com/ireland/irish-daily-star/20220422/281633898791718


#127

Two women in their 80s were killed in the past week as well I think. But if it’s doesn’t fit the hate speech narrative, no, it doesn’t get attention :frowning: