Wednesday, November 13, 2013
http://www.merrionstreet.ie/index.php/2013/10/minister-reilly-announces-free-gp-care-for-children-aged-5-and-under-as-part-of-budget-2014/?cat=12 They make sure the Doctors can get their hands on the young and poison them with unnecessary and braindamaging vaccines etc. Many Doctors are know-it-all female imbeciles. Carrerist women are the nuns of the PC cult. Mothers are too trusting of authority and women are not known for being bright in any case. Hey GP leave that kid alone. The amount of stuff they want to inject into young kids is obviously a conspiracy and a racket. The professions are parasitic cadres. Meanwhile healthcare is withdrawn from the elderly in an effort to kill them off faster making more space for immigrants.
Wednesday, October 02, 2013
Flouride in the water is maybe one reason for the political gormlessness we see here in Ireland. Not sure it is good idea to be photographed with the likes of Norris though. Maybe someday she will get onto the immigration topic. http://www.thegirlagainstfluoride.com/
Sunday, September 22, 2013
"Engels: The condition of the working class in England, 1892 "The southern facile character of the Irishman, his crudity, which places him but little above the savage, his contempt for all humane enjoyments, in which his very crudeness makes him incapable of sharing, his filth and poverty, all favour drunkeness. . . . the pressure of this race has done much to depress wages and lower the working-class. . . . That poverty manifests itself in Ireland thus and not otherwise, is owing to the character of the people, and to their historical development. The Irish are a people related in their whole character to the Latin nations, to the French, and especially to the Italians.... With the Irish, feeling and passion predominate; reason must bow before them. Their sensuous, excitable nature prevents reflection and quiet, persevering activity from reaching development -- such a nation is utterly unfit for manufacture as now conducted. . . . Irish distress cannot be removed by any Act of Repeal. Such an Act would, however, at once lay bare the fact that the cause of Irish misery, which now seems to come from abroad is really to be found at home"" http://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/1845/condition-working-class/ch06.htm