“IF YOU WANT A NIGGER FOR A NEIGHBOUR, VOTE LABOUR”

Africans was the incredible slogan the Conservative candidate Griffiths had in the Smethwick election back in 1964.   He won!

There would be widespread shock and awe if any politician used such a slogan in today’s Liberal-Trotskyist mixture of a society.

Griffiths would be banned off Facebook and Twitter for life – and that actually happened to a friend of mine Paddy Manning who was banned off Twitter for life last month.

His crime – he sent a Tweet that suggested that there was no other gender but male and female! Paddy himself is a well-known Irish TV commentator/debater, an intellectual and a homosexual who led a campaign against gay marriage in the Irish referendum on such back in 1915.

In Ireland it isn’t the black man who is feared as a neighbour – it is the Irish Traveller. In fact anybody in Ireland would prefer to be living in an all-black estate than to have a Traveller family beside them.

Right now I am fighting an election for Kilkenny County Council in the lovely Nore valley countryside electoral area of Callan-Thomastown-Graiguenamanagh.

Yesterday I canvassed a dozen houses in Callan, beautiful new houses just opened with all mod cons and solar panels on the roofs. They were outfitted with everything supplied costing thousands. I saw , as I canvassed, luxurious bedspreads and curtains that would not be out of place in Beverly Hills. And all this for 17 Syrian families that will never go home again and leave such luxurious existentences in their Irish paradise called Callan town.

Meanwhile thousands of Irish languish on the roadsides of the Emerald Isles, the homeless masses of the pathetic irish in their own country, redolent of famine times in Ireland.

Where is the justice in this as the population replacement program for the Irish is instituted – this is a fate that over 17 million British voted to leave, and that’s why I think they are right, though Brexit looks to bring even more disaster on Ireland today.

Refugees and black people have every right to come here , but surely they could be accommodated in less luxurious surroundings, with some of the newfound wealth of the country devoted to the ten thousand Irish homeless on the roads.

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