What Do You Think Of The Irish?


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John Gallen writes:

Found this guy, Corey Gil-Shuster on the tube and his ‘The Ask Project’ where people send in questions, and the guy asks randomers (Israeli and / Palestinians in Israel) for answers…

Happy drunks with an aversion to horrible conquerors.

Fair enough, in fairness.

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34 thoughts on “What Do You Think Of The Irish?

    1. ahyeah

      More of an obsession with self-critically asserting that everything perceived as negative is unique to us.

  1. bisted

    dear Corey…could you ask why they keep voting for the annihilation of Palestine and Palestinians. Could you ask them why they murdered over 500 children in Gaza last year?

    1. ahyeah

      This isn’t the place for that request. He gives the email address at the end of the video. Oh hang on… right, got it now, one of those.

    2. Twunt

      Could you ask the Palestine people why the keep electing Terrorists that are hell bent on obliterating Israel and is it spite or stupidity that prevents the 2 state solution?

      1. Jess

        I’d imagine it’s partly due to the aforementioned children killing. Or some sort of complicated geo-political flim-flam.

  2. Wallander

    Wow. I cannot believe this. A semi positive article about Israelis on Broadsheet. What IS the world coming to??

  3. Digs

    Spot on about the Irish view on their conflict. Innately aligned with the Palestinians despite our lack of knowledge.

    1. Clampers Outside!

      Yeah, we and the world turned our backs for a minute in 1967 and when we looked back the closing in of borders around Palestine was really just a case of near and far away, so everyone juts got their eyes tested, and carried on whistling Dixie with their hands behind their backs. Nothing to see at all.

        1. ahyeah

          You do know he’s never going to put out for you, don’t you? Move on, it won’t happen.

          1. rory

            You do know she’s never going to put out for you, don’t you? Move on, it won’t happen.

  4. rory

    What is the difference the guy is referring to in the conversation starting around 5:10 mins in?
    With regard Ireland/England conflict and Israeli/Palestine conflict?

    Not saying there isn’t a difference but I’m wondering what the israeli guy could be thinking is different.

    1. Paolo

      Ireland was planted by the English in the 17th and 18th centuries. Palestine was planted by the West in the 20th century. Totally different.

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