Who is pushing the view that Gardai acted with racial bias in the death of George Nkencho in Ireland? | Gript
Who is pushing the view that Gardai acted with racial bias in the death of George Nkencho in Ireland?
And why are so many of them funded by the hard-pressed Irish tax-payer?
These people range from elected TDs to an assortment of NGO apparatchiks, some presented as experts on integration and multiculturalism.
One of the more chilling things to emerge is the extent to which the lie that Ireland is a deeply racist society seems to have been sold to some young second generation Africans and others.
In that “narrative”, the killing of George Nkencho is little to do with his own actions, but is instead a reflection of racism in Irish policing policy – which is in itself reflective of endemic racism in Irish society. In the absence of actual evidence, this now seems to be partly based on the myth that we as a people were complicit in the trans Atlantic slave trade, a distortion of history peddled by the Irish Times amongst others.
Dr Michael has come all the way from Keele University’s cutting edge social science department via the British Home Office (always a great friend to us Irish) to become a Commission member of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission which is another sink hole for our money, to the tune of €6.75 million in 2019, of which €3.65 million went on wages, which I think includes “key management employee benefits” of €712,222.
She’s also a spokeswoman for Fingal Communities Against Racism, who shared Dr Ebun Joseph’s claim that “a young black man with mental health issues has been gunned down by the Gardai” with the hashtag #GardaViolence and #BlackLivesMatter.
Fingal Communities Against Racism also posted a notice advertising a Galway vigil that claimed George Nkencho had been murdered, and that his life was “stolen as a result of racism and hatred”. The activist group told protestors to “wear dark, loose-fitting clothes”, to conceal identifying features, and not to engage with Gardai.
Interesting to see the transformation from Young FG election canvasser in 1999 to spearheading one of Ireland’s racial grievance NGOs