Racism in Ireland: Part 2

December 25th, 2011


I have not posted anything here lately and I was thinking about de-commissioning this blog when I received a very direct and open comment on my post “Racism in Ireland“.

It is rare to see such passion and honesty expressed, so in addition to approving the comment against the original post, I thought I would reproduce it here:

You are a filthy mongrel, you are not irish, it is a matter of blood, not culture or belief.
Maybe you should blame your whore of a mother for why she fucked some subhuman indian nigger.

You mentioned too names, they are DISGUSTING examples of the perverse suicide cult of liberalism in this day and age. Filthy nigger animals travel to ireland, impregnate dumb whores with bastard children, and then fuck off somewhere else.

Anyways, get a clue, liberalism is not reality.

Prose worthy of any of the great Irish writers.

I would say, however, that my father is not an “indian nigger”. He is a Sri Lankan nigger, as I am a half Sri Lankan nigger. Although I would further say I prefer the epithets “blackie” and “nig-nog”, both of which were applied to me by some of my compatriots until, oddly enough, I learned the ability to kick someone in the coccyx and have it emerge through one or the other of their nostrils (the real art is in choosing which nostril).

What’s more, my father did not “fuck off somewhere else”, but is still living in Ireland.

Unfortunately, the commenter forgot to leave his name. Which is a shame. I am sure many Irish people would love to know who among them is capable of such deep reflection, courage and lyrical expression.

I hope the commenter will be submitting a DNA sample to the DNA Ancestry Project, so that the scientific world can marvel at such a rate example of pure Irish descendency.

Happy Christmas.

8 Responses to “Racism in Ireland: Part 2”

  1. Mairtin McNamaraon 03 Jan 2012 at

    I actually began with Racism in Ireland, since I don’t like jumping in the middle of a sequel. I couldn’t believe that the comment was serious… I kept expecting him to break that appalling character, which was so comprehensively multi-dimensional he wrote had “too” instead of “two” – showing him to not only be a ignorant bigot, but one that doesn’t reflect on what he is saying… On second thought, that is all rather single dimensional to me.
    It really is unfortunate that there are such hate-filled people in the world.

  2. Selena Wilkeson 03 Jan 2012 at

    This ‘person’ must have had an awful upbringing to express such hatred against, and fear of, other people, especially women…and to be a coward as well…you’d almost feel sorry for such limited development.

  3. Gibboon 03 Jan 2012 at

    It’s rare to come across a throwback that extends so far back in time… He is entitled to an opinion but they are like arseholes… Everyone has one!
    It always amazes me that humans have such an amazing capacity for love but an equal capacity for hate. We make our choices on how we choose to behave towards others. This individual is clearly misguided and misinformed and cares not to know any different in the manner of fearful people.
    Ireland whether we like it or not is not a “pure blood” nation. it is the reason that genetically we are a healthy people. I for one am a proud Irish mongrel!!
    Our friend on the other hand could be the result of intensive inbreeding program to keep the line pure… Now where’s my banjo…

  4. Taran McCarnunon 03 Jan 2012 at

    It’s quite shocking the levels of naivety amongst some people. I looked into the migration routes of Celtic Europe years ago as part of an academic study I was involved in, and genetically there is a surprising diversity to the genealogy of… the so-called “Pure Celts”. Technically speaking most Irish are a mix of the “Celtic” blood groups, Spanish, Portuguese and Norse. The Scots and Welsh also have a surprising amount of French and Breton blood. Most of Southeast London can trace their blood back to either the Belgic (now Belgium) Saxon (German) and Norman tribes (French / Norse).

    And people thing that immigration in a recent thing? It is forgive the pun 2In our blood”

    I myself am a mix of Scottish, Irish, Welsh, English, Cornish and American Indian. Does that make me any less of a Briton?

    ”You don’t have to be born in a barn to be horse”
    I remember hearing about an interview with the late, great Phil Lynott where he was asked what it felt like to be black and irish. He replied “I feel like a pint o guiness” :)

  5. Mairtin McNamaraon 03 Jan 2012 at

    I’m sure, when he is reading through is subscription of the research journal Science, and discovers that early settlers outside of Africa interbred with neanderthals to produce what we are today, he’ll be so disgusted that he’ll fall on his own sword as it were… (http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2010/may/06/neanderthals-dna-humans-genome)

  6. Mairtin McNamaraon 03 Jan 2012 at

    We can’t reason with unreasonable people :(

  7. Mark Cumiskyon 03 Jan 2012 at

    The word “troll” seems staggeringly appropriate in this context. :-)

  8. declanon 04 Jan 2012 at

    Racist and unable to distinguish between also,excessive and a number greater than one! How did it find the ‘on’ switch for the computer? Dumb paddy!

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