Irish people don’t want restrictions on free speech. Muintir na hÉireann’s latest campaign at Trinity College
Muintir have been busy in Dublin and Cork handing out leaflets as well as 'stickering'. Many of you might have heard how we were confronted by angry students first on the Durham Quadrangle and then on Broad Street.
Although we decided it best we hand out leaflets JUST off campus, this was not good enough for the angry authoritarians, who harassed us and anyone that chose to speak to us. Apparently our right to protest the EU on public grounds was also too much for the snowflake antagonists to take.
This got us thinking about free speech and why the Left care so little about it.
First we compiled a sardonic 10 comandments for politically correct sociopaths, then took it to them in the form of a comic we distributed on campus. Thankfully we have a few students on side who helped us get the word out. Although most of Trinity's are lost to pc rot, there are some who still believe Ireland should have its sovereignty restored.
Below we are publishing the 10 Commandments as well as sharing our thoughts and a study on freedom of speech that demonstrates that it is still valued on our hallowed shores.
Regardless of what the authoritarian Left wing media tells you, the vast majority of Irish people want our ability to speak freely protected. We as a people believe that limitations on any speech is unwanted.
Debates over what freedom of speech is exactly have been becoming more frequent with the rise of populism that has brought on the Brexit referendum result and the election of Donald Trump as US president. The same has been seen in Italy, Hungary, Poland and across Europe.
The lefts lies that fears that giving ‘airtime’ to right-wing views might lead to the rise of a populist movements has raised the issue that some people’s views should be limited, or treated more critically than others because of the violent history to which they’re related. This is of course preposterous and undemocratic.
Even with the media lying at every turn, telling us censorship is for our own good, the majority of Irish people don’t want more limitations on the freedom of speech in Ireland (some limitations already in place include laws that prohibit incitement of hatred and defamation).
In a recent poll conducted by Amárach Research, 1,000 adults were asked: ’Do you support placing limits on free speech to protect people from being offended?’
No – 65%
Yes – 19%
Don’t know – 16%
The results of the poll were mentioned on popular program Claire Byrne Live before a debate on the subject of freedom of speech.
Amnesty International’s Colm O’Gorman, journalist Brenda Power, blogger Rosemary Mac Cabe, and American writer Nicholas Pell – who penned the ‘alt-right’ Irish Times article last week – were all guests on the show.
Hilariously, but expectedly, the Antifa-styled European Network Against Racism Ireland were asked to participate in last night’s debate, but released a statement that they would not take part in the debate so that they could refrain from “giving undue exposure to commentators who put hate speech into the media”.
Any dissent to their hatred in their opinion needs to be shut down, in spite of the fact that we as a people do not want this to happen.
In a statement shared on social media and signed by the director of ENAR Ireland Shane O’Curry and Dr Lucy Michael from Ulster University, they outlined their support for an informative debate, but expressed concern over the programme’s approach.
“We believe that the production team are acting recklessly in inviting both commentators, in the privileged place of panelists, to repeat their claims.
“We have little faith in the production team to robustly challenge hate speech arising in the course of the programme, and we base this belief on recent failures to challenge hate speech against refugees and Muslims in December by a panelist and audience members.”
As expected they defended some of the most notoriously anti-Irish racists (all on the Left) in their statement.
And in closing, now that Ireland has dangerously decided to go fully into supporting the full spectrum of the political correctness ideology, that we seem incapable as a society to stay moderate with these things, but that we must all show how virtuous we all are under whatever moral system is the flavour of the day. It is time for the 10 Commandments of Political Correctness, to help transition from the Catholic religion to the Political Correct Religion. This is for a fuller easier transition to this new religion that Ireland can go forward and bask in it's own progressive glory.
- You shall never criticise perceived oppressed groups. You shall never put your own group before them even in defense.
- You shall not say anything offensive towards perceived oppressed groups.
- Remember to create days celebrating perceived oppressed groups.
- Honour your local perceived oppressed groups and virtue signal as much as possible.
- You shall not commit hate speech and have non consensus based opinions.
- You shall not have in group preference if you are a part of a perceived oppressor group.
- You shall expropriate property of perceived oppressor groups for perceived oppressed groups.
- You shall always tell on perceived oppressor group if they say anything perceived to be offensive.
- You should always cuckold your opinions towards perceived oppressed groups.
- You shall let perceived oppressed groups have as much of your goods as possible.
And before we had the shining beacon of the religion that is political correctness we had the 7 deadly sins. Here is what to watch out for so we can truly be politically correct:
- Pride in one's nation.
- Avarice (Greed) complaining about high taxes and spending on wonderful NGOs.
- Envy of the political correct virtue of our wonderful politicians.
- Anger at good correct political correct thinking and speaking.
- Lust after your own group and not mix.
- Gluttony wanting to keep as much of your own money instead of giving to the politically correct state.
- Sloth being lazy and not trieing to virtue signal and be politically correct.
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