If dreams were lightning, thunder was desire, this whole place would have burned down, a long time ago.
Can we now have a rational discussion on this theme?
Last edited by erigena; 11-03-2011 at 05:30 AM.
Starting with a very loose and messy interpretation of the work of Walter Lempkin and ending with the killer idea of Louis Brother Number One Walsh
But a testament to the fact that if we are not been driven off the face of the map, it seems we are being driven infcukinsane.
But if you want rational debate....fine.
Foreign Born Models on the covers of mags?????
Are you trying to tell me you have not had your surfeit of looking at Rosanna Davidson?
(What speciific benefits benefit immigrants over indigenous...outside of the asylum seekers' 19 quid a week?)
Last edited by Kev Bar; 15-03-2011 at 02:26 PM.
A time between ashes and roses is coming
When everything shall be extinguished
When everything shall begin
Genetic belonging is not how we evolved.
"Fluid societies powered human evolution"
Openness of hunter gatherer groups to new people was their greatest evolutionary advantage, according to this New Scientist article.
From 1800 to 1922, Ireland was not
It was part of the United Kingdom.
The 'settlers' had largely arrived
well before these dates...........
The 'New Irish' of the Noughties
have, for the
most part, greatly
enriched our state..........
the book is now out.......http://www.c-s-p.org/flyers/Ireland-...438-4085-8.htm
[ame="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ireland-A-Colony-Once-Again/dp/1443840858/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1347667074&sr=8-1"]Ireland: A Colony Once Again: Amazon.co.uk: Sean O. Nuallain: Books[/ame]
£47 ! are you not being excessive with the price!
- Hotel FMCause I can’t change, I can’t change the world alone
I need you all, everybody, start dreaming of it
And take your step that’s gonna make a difference and change your world
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And, yes, the metropolis continues to act as a colonial focal point although at this stage the geographical location is irrelevant.
As an aside, let's not forget that the old parliament building continues to be occupied by the BOI. This is a small but significant example of what we're talking about.
In conclusion erigena, political incorrectness doesn't go down too well around these parts (but I'm sure you won't be too bothered by that!).
Last edited by d.vader; 15-09-2012 at 10:14 PM. Reason: typo
It surely is.(BTW 5, the Cruiskeen Lawnmower is AWESOME)
Any attempts at defining Irishness genetically would result in a new partition of the Ireland from north east to south west - there has been a genetic divide found between a distinctly older established population on the western side, with a population genetically closer to Wales and England on the east of the line. Of course, there are many exceptions, both sides.
There is a person called Bob Quinn who has written books that passionately expound the theory that the Irish (west of the line it seems) are descended from the North African Phoenicians.
It seems as good a theory as any I've seen and better than most.
And if Ireland is being colonised it's by people like this eejit :-