69 thoughts on “De Monday Papers

        1. Nigel

          ‘Then in 2007, a crucial year in his career, the promising 29-year-old economist was groomed by [Rothschild’s Jewish lickspittle] Jacques Attali.’

          Oh boy.

          Elsewhere on that site:

          ‘Elite banking, Satanism, Child offerings- A dutch legit! banker blows the whistle’

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          1. jusayinlike

            Not the most main stream, but I’m not looking for a main stream view on macron, the overview provided is comprehensive and all facts are true, the rest of the site is incidental..

          2. Nigel

            Not sure there’s anything new there that hasn’t been in the mainstream, other than the characterisation of him as a Rothschild puppet, with the subtle anti-senitic flavourings. Guy’s an ex-banker centre-right globalist. Wouldn’t vote for him in a fit unless it was him or a fascist.

          3. jusayinlike

            Nigel, I completely agree with you, the anti semitic stuff is unnecessary, however I actually struggled to find any bad press for this guy, especially main stream, the fact that the guy is so widely accepted without ever holding public office is worrying.. the myth of objective journalism.. that’s why I had to post the above citation, couldn’t find anything else..

          4. classter

            It’s odd when Irish people moan about globalisation.

            When people in the formerly industrial developed west moan about jobs and industries migrating to previously poor countries, they are (whether they realise it or not) referring to Ireland, as well as SE Asia.

          5. Nigel

            Don’t know about ‘bad’ but I heard most of the info in the article recounted on flippin’ RTE radio one morning, including the marriage thing. Didn’t need to be ‘bad’ just needed to be the facts.

          6. Listrade

            We must be reading the same MSM Nigel. I’d say 99% of what I read on Macron was cautious relief it was him and not Le Pen rather blind endorsements.

            Even the Guardian ran a piece on the icky nature of how he and his wife first met.

            It’s almost as if the “The stuff the MSM is too afraid to say” line is total bull.

      1. mildred st. meadowlark

        No, no, Hoop, are ye mad? Women are not allowed to marry men younger than themselves.

        That’s his mammy. Definitely.

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    1. jusayinlike

      Somebody marrying someone else twenty years their senior.. do I think that’s wierd – yes..

      Mildred would you be OK with your daughter marrying a man twenty years older?

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      1. Nigel

        ‘Kissing his mammy’ shows you have serious and carefully considered concerns about their age disparity rather than just looking for some cheap lazy mockery.

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      2. mildred st. meadowlark

        I think I would prefer to see her happy with someone – regardless of their age/gender/religion etc. I don’t feel that age is a huge factor in successful relationships.

        However, she’s still a bit young for that, and I really cannot predict how I’d react, 15 or 20 odd years from now. I hope that I’d be able to balance concern for what is best for my girl, along with respect for her judgement.

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        1. Nigel

          I think the squicky thing is that he was still a schoolkid. But attacking him for it is, if you genuinely feel strongly that the whole relationship is inappropriate, attacking the victim in the equation.

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          1. mildred st. meadowlark

            I can see why that is an issue for many (and I really don’t think I’d be in the least happy if mini meadowlark decided to have an underage relationship with a teacher), because there are so many things wrong with it. I heard somewhere that it was him pursuing her? Or do I have that all wrong? Either way, it’s not right, when there is a student-teacher relationship, imo.

            However, Macron is now 39 and has been married for a good number of years. I would hope that if it had been a truly unhealthy relationship that it would have ended.

            (I am aware, also, that this is not always the case, so this is all conjecture on my part)

          2. Moderate THIS!

            Bullspoo. What odds if he was a school kid when he met her? Loads of teachers have affairs with younger boys. Society needs to accept that instead of excoriating otherwise excellent educators

          1. mildred st. meadowlark

            No, I imagine it may not be. But I’ll try remember how my own parents had deep reservations about my own partner, and how contentious an issue it was for a good number of years. It caused serious rifts in family relationships. I would not like to see that happen to my daughter.

            As I said, I can see why people take issue with it. In Macron’s case where it was a teacher/student relationship, I see it as a real abuse of the teacher’s position, whether they were the instigator or not. But in cases where it is a consensual relationship between adults… why not? Who am I to say no?

          2. jusayinlike

            Aye I do.. especially when we all high five after it, even if we don’t agree, good healthy community spirit with a dash of devils advocate for balance..

          3. Moderate THIS!

            Is your partner also a politician Mildred? I’d have reservations about my kids bringing home one of Those

          4. mildred st. meadowlark

            I had a good lol at that.

            And no. I’d give a clip round the ear if he even suggested it. The cheek of him.

        1. jusayinlike

          Everything about Trump is unacceptable, look at his hair for god’s sake.. par for course unfortunately..

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          1. Sheik Yahbouti

            You’re like a politician there, justsayin, ignoring the post that disagrees with you. I would have expected better from a poster such as yourself.

          2. jusayinlike

            I took time to answer you sheik, your point is very sensitive in that it’s your actual family in question, I don’t want to disrespect you..

      3. Sheik Yahbouti

        My beloved niece is married to a man twenty years her senior. He loves her and she loves him – he treats her like a princess – the pair are very happy. Broaden your horizons friend.

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          1. Sheik Yahbouti

            Absolutely. Her parents and myself were horrified when we first heard. However, love is love, and they are sixteen years into the marriage. Exactly who am I to carp?

          2. jusayinlike

            Glad to hear it sheik meant no disrespect to either you or Mildred thanks for giving me op to explain myself..

          3. Sheik Yahbouti

            Just, you’re a diamond geezer – I just wanted to offer an alternative that I personally know to be true.

          4. Spaghetti Hoop

            I find it odd that anyone has an expert say in what age you should marry and the age of your partner. We introduced same-sex marriage….what’s the big deal about age?

  1. Sheik Yahbouti

    PS. on a completely different note – ” the Chinese, a great bunch o’ lads”. NO they aren’t – these hoors will eat the world.

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    1. mildred st. meadowlark

      Are you telling me the Chinese are CANNIBALS these days?

      Jaysus t’night what’s the world coming to I’m off to say a novena and light a candle etc etc.

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      1. Sheik Yahbouti

        Precious Millie, it wouldn’t give them a second’s pause – and dat’s de troot. I was watching telly the otherday about yet another load of “celebs” (very old American Actors plus two ex jocks) touring the far East and China. They enquired about a ‘delicacy’ they had just choked down, only to be told it was “Pork Vagina” (they asked a couple to times to be sure). The expressions on their faces were real Comedy Gold.

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