White Genocide Posters make it in Irish newspapers

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On page 7 of the Gorey Guardian, a print and online newspaper for the town of Gorey in Ireland, they have ran an article about how the Guardian’s own office had White Genocide posters stuck to the door during the March 21st “March Against White Genocide”.

Staff arrived at The Gorey Guardian office in the Market Square on Monday morning to find the front door of the premises had been defaced with two deeply offensive and racist posters.

The A3 and A4 posters promoting the ‘White Genocide Project’, which were glued to the door, were promptly torn down, and the matter was reported to Gorey gardaí.

Gorey Guardian staff contacted the gardaí (police) to report the posters, as is common-place when anti-Whites disagree with the content.

Fortunately, we understand the law, and White Genocide can not be argued as “racist” or “hate speech” by any Western legal system simply because you are allowed – actually, encouraged – to hate White people.

A website mentioned on the posters referred to an international day of action on March 21, and it’s thought that a supporter in Gorey saw the website and decided to take action.

Police from the Gorey Garda Station said they were looking to see if similar posters have been found around Ireland, but appear stumped as to who was behind them.

A spokesperson for the Guardian said they were ‘baffled’ by the motivation for the vandalism.

Motivation? Someone obviously cares about what may happen in the future Ireland, and I can understand why they would be.

Ireland, like so many other majority White countries has taken part in an agenda to commit genocide against it’s very own majority population – White people.

No, no mass murders are being arranged, but what is happening is that White areas are being legally targeted and forced to “diversify”, which means bring in large numbers of non-Whites and become minority White.

This, under international law is as much genocide as any mass murder, because the results are the same: fewer and fewer White people as a result of deliberate government policy.

We call it White genocide because no area has been accused of being “too Black” or “too Asian”. When White area are called “too White”, they are defined as the problem.

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4 comments for “White Genocide Posters make it in Irish newspapers

  1. July 12, 2016 at 5:31 pm

    Shame it wasn’t a big paper.When people mention diversity, I challenge it.When people offer me multi culture,I just be more Irish.And i will never apologise for my Whiteness or my ginger hair.There is no doubt some agenda here,but all the Politicians and Money tossers are idiots.Mankind is still letting the few push it around.Having ginger hair means you either become a good runner or you learn to fight,I was never good at the old running.You have to make a stand,I have found being awkward and questioning every politician I meet on immigration and war,before that it was water charges.Don’t be afraid to challenge authority and so called bigwigs.They seem never able to back up their arguments.Bollocks to Diversity,which word is stronger.Mention the words white genocide to you local Politicians, my Fianna Faill fella didn’t have a clue,and when I explained it to the bonehead,he looked scared and clueless,brought it up at a parents evening and the teacher nearly shit himself,until I said they weren’t racist,he should look it up,WHITE GENOCIDE,he has never mentioned Diversity again.Don’t let the weak push us around,they only think they are in charge.Aliens from outer space are,just kidding it’s us lads, the people are the most important, because we do all the work. God bless Ireland.

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  2. Xtremetic
    May 18, 2015 at 3:26 pm

    Whenever these liberals see a White Genocide poster, banner or billboard they always express outrage and describe them in terms like “deeply offensive and racist”, but they cannot say what exactly is so offensive about them or why they are racist. It seem that any discource about race that is outside the liberal consensus on the subject, and which rejects that consensus becomes “deeply offensive and racist”.

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  3. YankeeRebel
    April 4, 2015 at 5:05 pm

    Like I think Madonna once said, any publicity is good publicity.

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