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A duty to put Irish people first

McEntee and her ex (?) RUC Garda commissioner have yet again created more enemies for themselves. This past week has seen them use the Garda in a disgraceful manner to enforce their anti-Irish policies in Newtown MountKennedy. Locals say that the Gardaí unleashed an attack upon what has been a peaceful public gathering up until this point. In video footage circulating online, the Gardaí can clearly be seen wildly pepper spraying the crowd. They even proceeded to pepper spray members of the Gript media team who clearly identified themselves as press. Would the Gardaí have been permitted to pepper spray RTE journalists? Most likely not.

The Gardaí then violently forced the locals off the road with their batons and their boots which were used to violently kick one protester while he was down.


Some of the protestors were badly injured by the Gardaí as can be seen in one such case in the picture below.




Speaking on the matter Tánaiste Micheál Martin showed no sympathy for the local people, when he stated -

“As a society we will not tolerate any infringement on people going about their daily work and, in particular, we will not accept attacks on members of An Garda Síochána,” .


If his charity for "refugees" is sincere, then where is his charity for his fellow countrymen who have a right to public assembly without being violently removed by the politicised Gardaí? As for not tolerating any infringement on people going about their daily work, does that mean that Martin will be issuing an apology for doing that very thing himself when he imposed an unlawful nationwide lockdown upon the nation?


If there is any good to come from the Garda's over the top violent actions against the locals of NewtownMountKennedy, it will be the awakening of their fellow countrymen who are increasingly aware of the current government's anti-Irish bias in favour of their pro-globalist agenda.

Irish people can only be fooled for so long and they can not be forever shamed into a false charity towards immigration. They should all proudly adopt an Irish first mentality. Throughout human history, placing the protection and welfare of your own people first has always been regarded as common sense and as a noble act.

If we love God, then it follows that we, as Irish people, have a duty to love Ireland. If you love God, you will obey His Commandments (John 14:15). Love of your country falls under the fourth Commandment. As the Catechism states CCC 2239 - It is the duty of citizens to contribute along with the civil authorities to the good of society in a spirit of truth, justice, solidarity, and freedom. The love and service of one's country follow from the duty of gratitude and belong to the order of charity.

Are government ministers contributing to the good of society by implementing immigration policies against the wishes of  their own people? No.


In implementing their dangerous immigration policies, they are disrespecting the Irish people and they are ignoring their duty to put Irish people first.











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