by Jon Rappoport
November 25, 2023
The Dublin stabbing. Three schoolchildren and two adults. One adult and one child still in hospital in serious condition.
Algerian migrant suspect in custody. But Irish Prime Minister and global media blame “situation” on Dublin protestors who’ve had enough of mass immigration and crime.
Protestors were looting. But wait. Reports on the ground claim the looters weren’t the protestors. They were street criminals, maybe more migrants.
In the midst of this, the most famous man in Ireland, MMA star fighter Conor McGregor, issues QUITE a statement:
Isn’t that something. The absolute picture of weak and feeble. The most divisive of all is the weak man. One of the most horrific crimes this nation ever seen has occurred, we do not care anymore what you sad cases have got to say. In a war you are nothing. We are not backing down, we are only warming up. There will be no backing down until real change is implemented for the safety of our nation. We are not losing any more of our woman [sic] and children to sick and twisted people who should not even be in Ireland in the first place. Call it what you want. We do not care. May God help us all. Ireland for victory. 🇮🇪
Who’s the most famous man in America? I have no idea. But imagine him coming out with that statement in the face of the migrant flood at our southern border and subsequent crimes waves.
Those pieces of floating dreck, Biden and Mayorkas and Garland, would immediately brand him with all the defamatory labels they could muster—and quite possibly arrest him for incitement.
Unless they stopped for a minute and realized busting the most famous man in America (who, according to various lists, isn’t Trump, by the way) would only escalate the protests by a factor of a thousand overnight.
Did I say migrant crime waves in America?
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