Ireland surrenders again

Posted: October 5, 2009 in Europe

t0893aSo, it was all for nothing. All the pain, bloodshed and sacrifice has gone for naught. The Rebellion of 1878, the Young Irelanders, the 1919 War of Independence, Sunday, bloody Sunday, the bombings in Belfast, the assassination of Lord Mountbatten, last year’s “No” vote and every other aspect of the long and bitter struggle for Irish independence was to no purpose. On Oct. 3, 2009, the voters of the Republic of Ireland threw away their hard-won sovereignty out of fear, naiveté and greed for nothing more than the deceitful promises of the Eurocrats. – Vox Day, WorldNetDaily (more)

Shame on you, Ireland, land of my forefathers. Maybe the Czechs will yet save your stinking continent from fiefdom — not that you deserve it. That said, I don’t want to hear any more whining from you about the Brits, not now and not ever. They were a walk in the park compared with what you’ll be getting next. – mlb

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