The upcoming Local and European elections, our 1918 breakthrough moment?

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The next big event in the cycle of the anti-Mass migration movement in modern Ireland is likely to be the 7th of June 2024 local and European elections.

Speaking for myself I am cynical about electoral politics in modern Ireland. A serious number of good decent Irish people have given vast amounts of voluntary labour and money to Irish political parties and candidates only to find that, unknown to them, their efforts were wasted on people who never had their best interests at heart.

This is because in practice we live in a Communist country, and no movement or political persuasion of any type in countries like that are allowed to exist without being led by false leaders, secretly working for the state or for foreign intelligence agencies/Occult groups. Also just look at what has happened to so many other countries recently, like the UK or Italy where the electorate gets cheated all the time by fake politicians claiming to be against mass-migration but clearly, if secretly, are not so.

But that said, as well as the predictable army of false leaders, we also have many other good candidates out there that I think people should support. Off hand I would mention, Drs Anne McCloskey in the Letterkenny area and Gerry Waters running in the Connaught/Ulster/Leinster constituency for the EU election, Aaron Kelly in the Claremorris electoral district, Dara Flaherty in Galway city, and John D. Walsh in Waterford, as examples of people who did their best to fight against the prevailing tyranny during the lockdown period, for example.

So for good or for ill, the gauntlet has been thrown down. This is now a big election for all of us, if these candidates do very badly it will bounce back to discredit the anti-Mass Migration movement, one of the most important causes in modern Ireland in my opinion. So we all have to put our shoulders to the wheel and try and get some of these guys elected, if not the backlash against us after the election is likely to be great. In practice most candidates outside of the established parties (known as the 'uniparty' these parties include FG, FF, Greens, Sinn Fein, Labour, Social Democrats and Aontú, all have the same nation wrecking migration policies) should gain your support.

But there is also on this front, great hope. Its clear that about three quarters of the electorate are very disillusioned with government policy in this area and so if this becomes the main issue, it could turn out to be a great election. Ireland has had many of those over the centuries, the two great Clare elections, electing Daniel O'Connell and then Eamon de Valera, the East Cavan bye election and then the great 1918 election, etc etc.

So to assist this electoral push a protest has been organised outside the Barracks in Mullingar (53.526522, -7.351879) for this Sunday 2pm, where as well as the anti-Mass migration protest, local and national electoral candidates are invited to attend and hopefully speak as well.

Exciting, and, le cunamh Dé, maybe great days ahead in the next few weeks!

by Brian Nugent
 

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I can't remember any nationalist being elected, or even running, in the last Local Elections. This time surely there will be a few elected at least, so hopefully there will be some progress, something to build on for the General Election, which is rumoured to be held in November.

FG/FF/SF et al are still going to get candidates elected, guaranteed, and will likely retain control over the councils in terms of voting. If they lose enough seats you'd hope that their respective party's grass roots members would start demanding the resignation of their leaders and change of party policies.

If we can't get a few candidates elected locally, following everything that's happened in the past year particularly, then we are at nothing. I think we'll win maybe a dozen seats in the locals. I don't think any of our candidates will win an MEP seat.
 

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I would definitely be more hopeful. I wrote here about that at the time of the first protest in Mullingar, huge numbers came out on the migration issue in a very conservative town. These candidates are now pushing at an open door, but if they cannot get their message across at all, because nobody will canvass with them for example, then we will lose alright.

Thats why this was organised in Mullingar, just to get some crowd together to get some sort of momentum, because if these candidates crash and burn we will hear no end of it. I think definitely huge numbers of local seats and EU seats are possible.
 

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The people being fought against in these elections also count the votes. As we have seen in the US with Trump, or even with the shooting of Fico electoral solutions are not permitted. We have seen in the UK how Farage's leadership of UKIP led a genuine party to ruin. How the Brexit Party lay down to allow Tories to take seat in 2019 election and now the Reform Party becoming a Tory 2.0 life-raft in anticipation of their wipe out in the UK election. All this shows that genuine parties are subverted, or turned into an astro-turfed front. Even with electoral success we see off message leaders shot or co-opted like Meloni in Italy.

If the TPTB had some sense they will allow an 'anti' party to emerge and then channel it into safe, muted and controlled opposition. And many more years will be wasted given the time it will take for people to catch on that the party they placed hope in are indeed useless. Look how many people still hang their hat on SF thinking they are the same party they were in the 1990s.

A few dozen councilors as suggested would be good, but there are then years before the next election. Given the speed of the plantation those years are a forever. So given that there is not going to be a sweep, what do Irish people do in the meantime?

Danny Morrison [Shinner though he is] had vocalised what to do as far back as the early 80s.

And ultimately you all know whats required and that hoping for electoral success is just avoiding what is needed
 

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Yes unfortunately I have to agree with a lot of what you say. So for me now its not about what these candidates can do when they get elected, or about what new 'leaders' emerge, because as you say we have to be suspicious a little, its really all about the result on the 7th. If we lose badly it will be broadcast morning noon and night that we have no real support etc, if we win it will cause some very naive people to open their eyes and then anything is possible.
 

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Here is a short interview with one of the election candidates at that rally:
 

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Ming Flanagan was stoney faced on the RTE debate last night as was the vile bird Brain Maria Walsh ( who wanted the baby Jesus put out of the crib and replaced with the LGB flag )

I think they both know the game is up , first preference won't be there and they are both transfer repellent.........it's quite possible good jockey but joke candidate Nina Carberry will get more first pref votes than run in mate and incumbent Walsh
 

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Stichup by RTE last night, none of the real nationalist parties were invited on to the TV debate.


View: https://t.me/OffgridiIreland/54756

RTE always feck about at election times, really though, they leave target candidates to the very end of the show and then . . . Cut them off!😣

The Vid looks historic, a socially engineered impression of out betters up in The Pale
 

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I can't remember any nationalist being elected, or even running, in the last Local Elections. This time surely there will be a few elected at least, so hopefully there will be some progress, something to build on for the General Election, which is rumoured to be held in November.

FG/FF/SF et al are still going to get candidates elected, guaranteed, and will likely retain control over the councils in terms of voting. If they lose enough seats you'd hope that their respective party's grass roots members would start demanding the resignation of their leaders and change of party policies.

If we can't get a few candidates elected locally, following everything that's happened in the past year particularly, then we are at nothing. I think we'll win maybe a dozen seats in the locals. I don't think any of our candidates will win an MEP seat.
As an experiment of sorts today I went on one of my whatapp groups from my engineering class of UCG, I posted that I walked Moore st and saw ZERO Irish and asked whose Idea it was to import millions of riff raff. A close friend of about 47 years and two of 45 years and two others completely disowned me. Out of about 2 dozen, just one defended me.

These people thought it more important to virtue signal that a decades long friendship.


The conclusion is that I have greatly underestimated the grip of insanity that they are under and are in fact a completely lost cause.
 

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As an experiment of sorts today I went on one of my whatapp groups from my engineering class of UCG, I posted that I walked Moore st and saw ZERO Irish and asked whose Idea it was to import millions of riff raff. A close friend of about 47 years and two of 45 years and two others completely disowned me. Out of about 2 dozen, just one defended me.

These people thought it more important to virtue signal that a decades long friendship.


The conclusion is that I have greatly underestimated the grip of insanity that they are under and are in fact a completely lost cause.
Woke has totally consumed them , they are afraid to voice their opinion in a group of so called friends ........sounds like they'd all be way too precious to speak on sarsfields......except that one guy , the rest sound like Islepoli men
 

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As an experiment of sorts today I went on one of my whatapp groups from my engineering class of UCG, I posted that I walked Moore st and saw ZERO Irish and asked whose Idea it was to import millions of riff raff. A close friend of about 47 years and two of 45 years and two others completely disowned me. Out of about 2 dozen, just one defended me. These people thought it more important to virtue signal that a decades long friendship. The conclusion is that I have greatly underestimated the grip of insanity that they are under and are in fact a completely lost cause.
Qualified engineers more than likely made good for themselves. Living in middle-class suburbia those kinds of folk generally don't have to deal with diversity.

You're far more likely to get sense out of a lad who never went to college.
 

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Woke has totally consumed them , they are afraid to voice their opinion in a group of so called friends ........sounds like they'd all be way too precious to speak on sarsfields......except that one guy , the rest sound like Islepoli men
No, they actually see themselves as the ruling class. CEOs of companies and university lecturers and assorted shythehawks.
 

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Qualified engineers more than likely made good for themselves. Living in middle-class suburbia those kinds of folk generally don't have to deal with diversity.

You're far more likely to get sense out of a lad who never went to college.
Exactly, but above middle class as they were born upper middle class in Salthll and such places
 

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It's the 22nd of May and Sinn Fein are the only ones who have come near my door and I was hard on them .......the rest are not going to to appear , FG are running a local candidate and he has decided to do a selective canvas ( only going to FG friendly houses) no chance of getting elected with those antics , I saw how that works out with fianna fail in 2009 ..........I'm still saying they are going to get the hammer , it's all voters with a braincell in their head can do .....and they are going to do it ..........I'm canvassing against them myself with every person I meet
 

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As an experiment of sorts today I went on one of my whatapp groups from my engineering class of UCG, I posted that I walked Moore st and saw ZERO Irish and asked whose Idea it was to import millions of riff raff. A close friend of about 47 years and two of 45 years and two others completely disowned me. Out of about 2 dozen, just one defended me.

These people thought it more important to virtue signal that a decades long friendship.


The conclusion is that I have greatly underestimated the grip of insanity that they are under and are in fact a completely lost cause.
Though what people do in the secrecy of the polling station is different matter to what they will write down in a public forum. SF in the North took many votes at the height of the IRA campaign though few would ever advertise that they did given the hostility to the Provisional Republican Movement. The SDLP were always confident they had our vote when in fact they didnt. Neither have it now
 

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FFG/GREENS announcing their full support for a Palestinian state.

'Historic day' as Ireland recognises Palestinian state
https://www.rte.ie/news/2024/0522/1450532-palestinian-recognition/

The Shinners own that bandwagon so the clowns mentioned above are jumping on just in time for the local and European elections.

Virtue Signalling 101.

Will the world's terrorist, America, now 'sanction' Ireland?🤔
 

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