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The Reshaping of Ireland

Written by Rusty Shackleford

 

Two recent developments are threatening to forever change the face of Ireland. The first was a government report estimating one million new residents by the year 2040. The current population of Ireland is 4.7 million and the additional million were expected to largely come from Africa and the Middle East. The second was the May 25threferendum that repealed the Eighth Amendment ban on abortion. The fertility rate of Ireland currently stands at 1.91 children per women (below the 2.1 replacement rate) and this number will certainly decrease with legalized abortion. The number of Irish in Ireland is on the decline and the number of settlers expected to arrive is rising exponentially.

Mass immigration onto the Emerald Island will cost Irish taxpayers 116 billion Euro over the next 22 years. The Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, a homosexual Indian, stated, “we want to reshape Ireland.” Who is Mr. Varadkar speaking for when he says we? Was there an Irish referendum regarding mass immigration and changing demographics? Do the Irish people want to reshape Ireland? Americans never voted on the Immigration Act of 1965 and fifty years later we see how peaceful and racially healed our country is. The 80 million new US citizens imported from overseas in the last 50 years constitutes the largest invasion in human history.

Ireland should take a look at the explosion of violent crime in Germany. Immigration is warfare. Small German towns are dealing with three or four times the murder, rape and theft rates after Mrs. Merkel invited millions of Islamists into Europe. Is this what the Irish want?

Ireland’s integration into the globalism movement was started by one of her own, the late Peter Sutherland. Sutherland worked tirelessly for the UN Global Forum for Migration and Development, a deceptive wordplay for a population replacement agenda. Mr. Sutherland stated his intentions quite clearly: “The days of hiding behind borders and fences are long gone. We have to work together and cooperate together to make a better world … States have to become more open states, in terms of the people who inhabit them … sovereignty is an illusion … sovereignty is an absolute illusion that has to be put behind us.” It’s easy to blame nefarious groups of outsiders for the changes we see in the world but the truth is that most problems are homegrown.

The abortion issue tracks closely to my comments on gender relations in other articles. There are tens of thousands of men in the United States have seen war up close and personal. Most combat veterans share very little about their experiences or sum things up with the statement, “war is hell.” This week we’ve seen thousands of Irish women fly back to Ireland from all four corners of the world to vote for the alleged right to take another human’s life. These women cried in front of cameras and let the world know how happy they were. How is it that men rarely talk about taking human life while women gush about it?

Modern women in the Anglosphere are very happy to twerk and shake their asses in front of a camera but motherhood seems out of reach and comprehension to them. The increasing vulgarity and aggressiveness of women in the Anglosphere is not due to “strong, independent women” but rather weak, broken men. The Irish and many of their European cousins are being replaced because they are allowing themselves to be replaced. Many of the women who thought this referendum was a great idea will grow old and childless, surrounded by people who don’t look, act or speak like them. We live in interesting times as Western Civilization approaches a new Dark Age.

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Rusty Shackleford

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