Thursday, November 30, 2023
Sure that's hate speech, don't you know
‘Irish Lives Matter’ Graffiti Treated As ‘Hate Incident’.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland is treating graffiti in West Belfast reading “Irish Lives Matter” as a hate incident. Signs declaring residents “will no longer accept the re-housing of illegal immigrants” were erected on Tuesday in the neighborhood. The graffiti appeared shortly there-after according to reports.
“We are treating the matter as a hate incident,” said Inspector Andrew Matson. “Our local Neighbourhood Policing Team have been undertaking enquiries in the area and anyone who has any information in regard to the erection of the notices is asked to contact police,” he added.
Gerry Carroll, who represents West Belfast in the Northern Ireland Assembly, called the graffiti “racist poison.”
Northern Ireland falls under the UK’s immigration laws, but the Republic of Ireland – which is most of the island – does not. Last week, citizens of the Republic rioted in Dublin after a migrant stabbed a five-year-old boy, a five-year-old girl, a six-year-old girl, and a woman in her thirties near a local school.
Political leaders have done little to stem the flow of migrants from Africa, Ukraine, and the Middle East into the country, with 125,000 arriving in the last year. “Ireland’s probably one of the worst if, if not the worst, because the political class has totally sold out,” former Trump advisor Stephen K. Bannon said in a recent interview regarding the Irish government’s embrace of open border policies.
Bannon said the embrace of mass third-world immigration by European Union member states has sparked a ‘backlash’ among native Europeans as they increasingly realize they’re being displaced in their own countries. As to the motivations of the European political elite, he said: “The Germans and the people in Brussels, the Party of Davos, just doesn’t think the working class European population is very controllable. They think they’re dangerous.”