ROSE OF TRALEE 2018 NOT AN ATTRACTIVE WOMAN.

I don’t want to refer to her personally as there is nothing personal in my taste, but the woman who won the Irish Rose of Tralee contest is not an attractive woman IMHO.

She is not beautiful looking, she’s neither plain nor ugly but a very ordinary looking person of mixed Afro-Irish race.

There were absolute stunners in that contest, what happened??? Of course we’ve seen this phenomenon in other European countries of choosing Africans as beauty queens , usually these contests have massive media input from leftist internationalists wanting even to change the perceptions of the people of our European countries.

RTE TV in Dublin is a notorious Lefty-liberal hangout completely discredited in the eyes of the majority of right-minded Irish people.

But as the old saying goes, “You can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear”.

Brehon Law and Medicine — Stair na hÉireann/History of Ireland

Physicians practised in Ireland from earliest times. The Book of Genealogies lists Capa and Eaba as the first male and female doctors in Ireland. The first historical reference to a physician is in the Annals of the Four Masters, where the death of Maelodhar Ua Tindridh, ‘the most learned physician of Ireland’, is recorded in […]

via Brehon Law and Medicine — Stair na hÉireann/History of Ireland

Criticising the burqa means lining up with racists – says SWP. — Tendance Coatesy

Defiant woman rips off her black burqa after ISIS were driven away. (Raqqa October. 2017) The fall out from Boris Johnson’s comments on the Burka continues. Nobody doubts that they have given the wink to the far-right and legitimised prejudiced diatribes against ‘Muslims’. But there is also a pro-body veil reaction from some quarters. Liberal […]

via Criticising the burqa means lining up with racists – says SWP. — Tendance Coatesy

PITY THE WOMEN WEARING THESE BLACK HEAD CLOAKS WITH SLIT EYES IN THE SUN.

In the fabulous sunny weather we all enjoyed earlier today I saw two women wearing those long black cloaks with a slit for their eyes struggling up James’s Street in the blasting sun.

Their Pakistani husbands cared for the little children as wearing such robes prevented the mothers from seeing where they were at any given moment in the traffic.

The husbands , two swarthy looking ugly fellows, didn’t seem to give a damn about their poor oppressed wives and I hated those guys for that , I have to admit. For a moment I hated their Kilkenny landlord even more for keeping them here – he’s a rich local butcher of 80 who should know better and who doesn’t need all the money in the rents from his houses in James’ Green.

Normally he’s a nice polite and friendly man but I didn’t see him in a good light earlier on today, I have to confess, I felt that he was facilitating this enslavement of women right here in the ancient city of Kilkenny in Ireland.

We can do without importing such anti-woman practices  here in our civilized little city, our ancestors would be inflamed , they would rebel. What are we turning Ireland into at all?

Here’s an article that shows the difference between these garments devised to torture women , and now in our country too.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2636321/niqab-burka-hijab-difference-headwear/

TWO IRISH FAMILIES LIVING UNDER KILKENNY BRIDGE. WHILE 60 REFUGEES HOUSED IN KK.

2 FAMILIES UNDER NEW KILKENNY BRIDGE, Kilkenny local radio interviewed 2 families sleeping out rough in tents under the new Kilkenny city bridge , one from Kilkenny, one from Athlone, while 60 refugees were given their own lovely new houses in KK. See

Photo by Michael McGrath, professional photographer, Kilkenny city.
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