Olivia Mitchell’s Racism

As I have always maintained Anti-Irish racism is rife in our elected officials.

Whether it is pandering to the demands of the E.U. in importing and housing “refugees” above our own homeless, abiding by the various destructive E.U. quotas and laws regarding free travel or just more homegrown trite self hatred our kakistocracy never ceases in putting the welfare and status of anyone else above the Irish.

This is from a while back but I don’t think we should let these people forget… or be forgotten.

Olivia Mitchell want to “expand our gene pool” LOL. That’s eugenics Olivia. Didn’t you learn anything from Nuremberg and the 60 Billion?

Irish Times

A veteran Fine Gael TD has said immigration has been good for Ireland as the country needed to “expand our gene pool” . Olivia Mitchell claimed immigration in the Celtic Tiger years has already resulted in physical improvements.

Yes indeed. Several physical improvements are already appearing,  such as sickle cell anemia and low I.Q.s in the children of any Irish people insane enough to procreate with Africans.

The deputy for Dublin South, warned of the dangers of reducing the diversity of the population’s genetic stock during a Dáil debate on the new requirement to register father’s names on children’s birth certificates.

That’s technically a call for genocide Olivia, just so you know…

Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide Adopted by Resolution 260 (III) A of the United Nations General Assembly on 9 December 1948.

Article 2

In the present Convention, genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:

  • (a) Killing members of the group;
  • (b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;
  • (c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;
  • (d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;
  • (e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.

“It is unacceptable that even as recently as last year, 2,675 children were born and registered without a father’s name on their birth certificate. I presume the number is roughly the same every year,” she said.

Who’s fault is that bitch? It couldn’t possibly be the government’s policy of incentivising single Mothers through lavish welfare payments.

It couldn’t possibly be the liberal feminist culture that you benefited from so richly which tells empowered womyn that they can be and do anything and that they don’t need a man for anything.

Remember Ma-Rey Sue from Star Wars. She didn’t need no man to hold her hand. Seriously this is what society is teaching girls and you wonder why we have so many single mothers.

Ms Mitchell said if fathers remained living in the same area over a number of years and had more children it was quite likely two of those children might meet without being aware of their shared parentage.

“[This] raises the possibility of relationships outside the permitted degree and certainly outside what would be wise. As a small island country we should be expanding our gene pool, not reducing it,” she said.

Olivia Mitchell has just called the Irish people inbreds.

I must admit that technically what she is saying about parental blood relationship resulting in problems is correct but this is not peculiar to any group of people and the instances anywhere in Western Europe of this are far, far lower than in the third World for example.

Cogenital defects are more likely to occur when parents share a blood relation because their chromosome pairs are too similar and lack “redundancy” provided by two unrelated parents.

If both parents are related they are more likely to share a chromosomal defect, for example non-coding of a particular protein, on one of their pairs. If the child inherits both defective chromosomes from either parent then they will express that genetic disorder.

Bottom line. Related parents are more likely to produce substandard offspring. This is why Pakistanis are such mutants… cousin marriage.

Such diversity Olivia, let’s bring it to Ireland

But our Olivia has projected this issue onto us and this is the problem. It is the self-hatred and “never good enough attitude” of these people that is the problem. Olivia Mitchell has deep-seated self esteem issues and rather than dealing with them she needs to project them onto others.

Contacted by The Irish Times about her comments , Ms Mitchell said she believed that the “mobilty of races” had had a positive impact on Ireland.

“I think as an island country cut off from the rest of Europe, it’s a good thing that we have a certain amount of immigration. Mobility of races is a good thing,” she said.

“You can even see the better-looking and taller children now as a result of the Celtic Tiger years. I think it’s a good thing to keep our IQs up there; it’s not just about appearance.”

Straight from the mouth of the Queen of self loathing herself.

Let’s set the record straight on this…


Did you know that an Irish man was the first man to artificially split the atom.

Ernest Walton

Ernest Walton opened the door for mankind on the nuclear age. He was from Waterford.

Ernest Thomas Sinton Walton (6 October 1903 – 25 June 1995) was an Irish physicist and Nobel laureate for his work with John Cockcroft with “atom-smashing” experiments done at Cambridge University in the early 1930s, and so became the first person in history to artificially split the atom.

and no Rutherford doesn’t count because he used natural radioactivity to induce transmutation. Not taking from Rutherford’s achievement but natural transmutation has been happening since the universe began. Rutherford just documented, understood and codified it. Walton on the other hand built the first particle accelerator to reproduce transmutation in a controlled fashion.

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The modern successor of Walton’s device is housed at Cern by the way.

Timeline of Irish inventions and discoveries



Granted exceptions never prove a general case but all European races have their good aspects and bad.

You can’t point to another ethnic group and say they must be better than us because they are different to us.

Olivia can keep her rancid self-hatred. I don’t want it.