Ireland’s Oskar Schindler


And you thought it was Liam Neeson.

10 thoughts on “Ireland’s Oskar Schindler

    1. Daisy Chainsaw

      Everyone had to be a nazi back then, otherwise they’d have ended up in a camp themselves. For some it was a choice, for others it was a survival tactic.

      1. Shitferbrains

        Look him up. He was a fully paid up Nazi spy. Butler on the other hand took on the Irish Roman Catholic Church and the Irish Roman Catholic establishment at home. Have you ever read the cringe making Irish contribution to the Evian Conference of 1938 ?

  1. Junkface

    People were much braver in past generations. Imagine purposely entering a warzone to save people. Incredible!

  2. Kingfisher

    Ireland’s greatest modern prose stylist too. Wonderful writer. AND infuriated by people pronouncing it WestMOREland Street instead of WESTmoreland Street.

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