Ireland's rogue government has invited trouble to the Emerald Isle with its reckless open borders policy where criminals can enter the jurisdiction without vetting or travel documents and receive generous social welfare payments and instant accommodation. The country's leader, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, has asked the Irish people not to link migration to crime following the recent stabbings of three children and a school worker in broad daylight in Dublin city centre on November 23, 2023. A five-year-old girl remains in a critical condition in a Dublin hospital. The Algerian born suspect has yet to be charged as of time of writing (Dec 13, 2023).
The Irish mainstream media are intent on covering up the crimes of asylum seekers and migrants by failing to share their nationality with the public for fear of inciting hatred, at least that’s their scripted excuse.
Gript Media, is one of the only news outlets left in Ireland to mention ethnicity when it comes to crime reporting but soon, thanks to draconian new legislation, even that looks set to become a ‘hate’ offence punishable by up to five years in prison.
Senator Sharon Keogan pointed out on November 29, 2023:
An Taoiseach’s statement yesterday, that it is not right to connect immigration with crime is ridiculous. Not all immigrants are created equal. An immigration policy that does not recognise this will end in disaster and tragedy. We don’t record crime statistics by ethnicity because to do so would offend liberal sensibilities.
Irish Times journalist Kitty Holland appeared on the BBC’s The View show on November 30, 2023 and claimed ‘the race and nationality of the man who perpetrated that awful violence on Ashling (Murphy) and murdered her is irrelevant’.
It’s far from irrelevant in a country under attack and suffering the effects of an insane immigration policy that has put the precious lives of its unsuspecting people in grave danger and that has already destroyed the hopes and dreams of far too many.
The media’s hands are dripping in the blood of innocents.
It won’t do.