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George Hook is the latest victim of anti free-speech bigots

Before we start, rape is rape and should always be reported – however, George Hook never condoned rape. The hysteria over the comments made by George Hook regarding the rape of a 19-year-old woman in the UK, have reached fever pitch. Hook could have chosen his words more carefully in attempting to articulate the point he wanted to make, but …

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IS members use student ‘mules’ at Irish colleges to finance operations

Independent.ie Islamist extremists are using unsuspecting students in Irish third level colleges to transfer the proceeds of internet fraud to finance Islamic State terrorist operations. The unwitting, mostly foreign, students are duped into opening personal accounts in Irish banks by secret IS sympathisers who are members of a back-up network providing logistical support in the form of cash and false …

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What Jews Think Of The Irish

Times of Israel I’m not concerned with the nonsense ‘poor jews’ article here but with the comments which are very telling. If you want to know what Jews really think read the Jewish press. By Jewish press I mean Israeli newspapers, not western media controlled by Jews. They know only a minuscule % of the Goyim read them so don’t …

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Government considering sending its private jet to bring Ibrahim Halawa home

An accurate picture of this dirtbag instead of what the MSM will show you. Journal.ie THE GOVERNMENT IS considering sending its private jet to bring Ibrahim Halawa back to Ireland. Halawa (21), an Irish citizen, was found innocent yesterday after spending four years in an Egyptian prison. It’s understood the Dubliner could be home “in a matter of days”. “We …

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Another 600 Invaders To Be Planted In Monasterevin

Leinster Leader Ireland will accept at least 600 programme refugees in 2018 with the former Hazel Hotel in Monasterevin being the first point of call for many if not all of them. The refugees will be sent temporarily to the former Hotel in Monasterevin, which was converted in to a reception centre in 2015. Minister Charlie Flanagan announced this week that Ireland intends to …

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Irish town refuses to remove Confederate plaque

IrishCentral The only town in Ireland to have a plaque commemorating a Confederate Army war hero on a public building is set to keep the memorial in place despite intensive lobbying from the United States. The matter was raised at a meeting of the Municipal District Council on Monday afternoon, but never went to a vote following objections to its …

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