18 thoughts on “Tuesday’s Papers

  1. Gremil

    So Martin Kenny got feck all traction with his ‘death-threat’ story and now he’s had his car burned out ?

    Can anybody smell a Smollett?

    1. GiggidyGoo

      Bit of a whiff about it alright. Kinda like the whiff off Alan Kelly’s death threats as well.
      No mention of the make/model. Some are prone to go up in flames – recent example, Douglas Shopping Centre

      1. Brother Barnabas

        it wouldnt be right to jump to any conclusions or make assumptions but I’d definitely say a large group of illegal black people were either responsible or at least entirely to blame. some of you virtue signalling kids might have an issue with this comment but I’d ask you to consider what kind of ireland you want to live in…and last but not least dont shoot the messenger. I wont ever apologise for telling it like it is.

        am I doing it right, giggidy?

    2. Rosette of Sirius

      Indeed. A leader from them ‘political wing’ of the largest criminal enterprise on this island has his car torched?! It’s kinda funny.

      1. Catherine costelloe

        I thought his statement in the Dail was inflammatory last week in the Dail. “…..some people in this country peddle far right ideology and may be happy that 39 fewer immigrants will be coming to Ireland”.
        Illegal migration endangers the lives of desperate people , erodes public confidence , Mr Kenny. Having opinions was not responsible for these tragic deaths….government failures at ports , in allowing HGV’s zig zag across Europe with human cargo needs addressing.

    3. Nigel

      Yeah, he got annoyed because you didn’t take the death threats he was getting seriously so he set his own car on fire just to prove you wrong. Makes complete sense.

      1. Catherine costelloe

        It’s sensible if under threat not to leave your car in driveway of your home. Offenders may know the car model you drive and it helps them to identify your home ;- attacks like this occur in darkness, dead of night, don’t make it easier for thugs.

  2. some old queen

    1. Wages low and conditions poor for indigenous workers is actually an anti free movement of EU citizens argument because most are white catholic eastern europeans therefore race or religion is not a factor. Outside of that, the problem is illegal immigrants rather than asylum seekers as they are they ones who will put up with all sorts of poo because they have no rights.

    2. The asylum SYSTEM is the problem, not those seeking- particularly the outsourcing of accommodation, the length of time taken to process applications and the expectation that the failed will voluntarily reparidate.

    3. The authorities know how these illegal or asylum people are getting here but do not appear to be taking any action to stem the tide. They do not arrive on this island by dinghies so how? One thing is for certain- big money is being made out of it.

  3. ReproBertie

    I think you’ll find it’s employers who “wages low and conditions poor for indigenous workers.”

    “immigrants in Sweden have reduced one of the safest countries in Europe to one with one of the worst crime rates within less than a decade” – Source?

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