AAA embrace "Alternative Facts"

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We have all seen the video evidence. We have all heard the abuse shouted at Joan Burton and her assistant.

BUT

According to the AAA it is a " false narrative"

Yes, my fellow Irish people , our eyes and ears are lying to us .

Jobstown protesters launch public campaign ahead of trials | BreakingNews.ie

Our eyes and ears are part of a Right Wing conspiracy to mislead us .
I find it hard to care about this 'incident' as I don't really have any time for any of the participants.

The 'false narrative' and 'alternative fact' boll*cks that is emerging does need to be thwarted though... no doubt about that.
 

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Over 100 members of our compromised police force stood back and watched while this 'false imprisonment' took place.
Why did the government police force allow this to happen?
 

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One of the Birmingham Six is part of this alternative facts business. You would have thought he, in particular, would have had enough of falsehoods really.
 

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Over 100 members of our compromised police force stood back and watched while this 'false imprisonment' took place.
Why did the government police force allow this to happen?
Because if they had of run in and cracked heads, we would still be talking about/investigating it and they would have been hung out to dry by all including the govt, the cops aren't stupid.
 

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Because if they had of run in and cracked heads, we would still be talking about/investigating it and they would have been hung out to dry by all including the govt, the cops aren't stupid.
Are we still talking about the time they bet the bollix out of the student protesters?
 

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Because if they had of run in and cracked heads, we would still be talking about/investigating it and they would have been hung out to dry by all including the govt, the cops aren't stupid.
Why would they have had any need to do that? Why did they not ask her to avoid the protestors by using the back door of the church when she was leaving?
 

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Over 100 members of our compromised police force stood back and watched while this 'false imprisonment' took place.
Why did the government police force allow this to happen?
When you say "Government Police force" Would you be referring to An Garda Siochana the police force of the Irish people.?
 

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Over 100 members of our compromised police force stood back and watched while this 'false imprisonment' took place.
Why did the government police force allow this to happen?
I thought SF were on better terms with the gardai now after trying to claim Maurice McCabe as one of their own? Why 'compromised' and 'government police force'?
 

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One of the Birmingham Six is part of this alternative facts business. You would have thought he, in particular, would have had enough of falsehoods really.
Man has a chip on his shoulder with authority and who could blame him. but he would be better off spending his money on counselling
 
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I thought SF were on better terms with the gardai now after trying to claim Maurice McCabe as one of their own? Why 'compromised' and 'government police force'?
Who mentioned SF?
Oh yea, you did.
 

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Aren't all right wing conspiracies supposed to be 'Vast' as well?
By definition the vaster the right wing conspiracy becomes, the more democratic it is too.....
 

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Over 100 members of our compromised police force stood back and watched while this 'false imprisonment' took place.
Why did the government police force allow this to happen?
When will the mass protests against the Guards begin?
It would be a lot more laudable to organise a mass movement or protest over the obvious corruption and malpractice in the police force, which strikes at the heart of democracy rather than over whether water is paid for from general taxation or as a separate charge.
 

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When will the mass protests against the Guards begin?
It would be a lot more laudable to organise a mass movement or protest over the obvious corruption and malpractice in the police force, which strikes at the heart of democracy rather than over whether water is paid for from general taxation or as a separate charge.
Why don't you organise one yourself?
 

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When will the mass protests against the Guards begin?
It would be a lot more laudable to organise a mass movement or protest over the obvious corruption and malpractice in the police force, which strikes at the heart of democracy rather than over whether water is paid for from general taxation or as a separate charge.
Anyone leading such a protest would most lightly be referred to TUSLA and have their reputation destroyed.
It's up to government to sort AGS out.
It's hard to make things stick to high profile people, where as Joe Soap would be destroyed.
Haven't you heard what that force does to whistleblowers?
 

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Are we still talking about the time they bet the bollix out of the student protesters?
One Gardaí was particularly ruthless with young protesting students, liberally using his baton - wonder where 'robo' is now, and did he get promoted for his 'brave' actions on the day?

And the Corrib Gas pipeline forced through private land by Shell and it's private security, backed by the Gardaí who harassed the landowners, fishermen and protesters, preventing them from going out to fish and throwing some mild protesters into ditches.

Did any Gardaí suffer any consequences for their actions in the above two examples - of course not - they are the 'keepers of the law', and can do no wrong. Basically they act as heavies and bring lawbreakers before the courts. The courts then administer the law as they deem fit.

MNC's interests must be protected by our politicians at all costs, and it is still going on with Apple, Google, Pfizers, etc.
 
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