New nationalist, anti-immigration party launches in Ireland


#1

thejournal.ie/the-national-p … 2-Nov2016/

Not sure what sort of nationalists they are but they don’t like foreigners anyway. I presume this’ll be right up the street of a few Pinsters.


#2

The PIRA (aka Sinn Fein) already have that particular demographic well covered. With FF taking the rest.

Very old news.


#3

Merrion Hotel cancels launch of anti-immigration political party

The National Party says it stands against immigration, “dictatorial” EU and is anti-abortion

irishtimes.com/news/politics … -1.2870264

Must have been cancelled by furrigners working in the hotel


#4

Looks like another anti-abortion party.

I suppose the near-death of Renua has left a void.


#5

So if you’re anti-abortion and anti-immigrant, where would you stand on aborting immigrant foetuses?

This calls for philosoraptor.


#6

That it has to happen in a foreign place, same as the non-immigrant foetuses.


#7

Again Mantissa…name these people who don’t like foreigners, want a racially pure USA! etc etc.
You’ve thrown this out a few times now.

But good to see being anti mass-immigration, anti abortion and anti EU makes you ‘extreme right wing’
independent.ie/incoming/dubl … 20496.html
Democracy is alive and well in Ireland. One day we may have our own Trump/Brexit moment if this kind of censorship goes on


#8

This is about Ireland, not the USA.
Any of the terrorism threads will give you lots of examples of people who are anti-immigration. Plus some outright racism, which of course is different.


#9

Well that makes sense.


#10

It is indeed. But nothing happens in isolation


#11

He is a thoroughly unpleasant individual who fully deserves the description ‘extreme right wing’.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justin_Barrett


#12

“Merrion Hotel cancels launch of anti-immigration political party”
irishtimes.com/news/politics … -1.2870264


#13

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#14

Hmmm that sounds familiar. I feel like I’ve heard that phrasing around here somewhere.


#15

Sigh.

Anyway, can the hotel legally deny them their democratic right to launch a political party in their hotel? Does that mean that the hotel supports the policies of every politican they choose to serve in the hotel?
I am reminded of that case in a nearby jurisdiction in which some bakers refused to bake a cake for a homosexual couple because they didn’t support the message of homosexuality.


#16

Perhaps in the hotels defense they may become aware that the group was seeking to incite hatred from their premises.


#17

Maybe, and hate speech should not be tolerated, but there is nothing democratic about silencing people with whom we disagree.


#18

We don’t know what material may have been used.

If there was material stating that all non-nationals should be deported then that was be inflammatory whereas if they had said they were in favour in less immigration then that wouldn’t be inflammatory.


#19

Gardai should check their funding, smells like Putin to me


#20

You haven’t a fookin clue, have you? Have you ever even been to Ireland?

Exhibit A
Exhibit B.