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flavirostris

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You could have great craic trolling one of these Irish 'feminists' by tweeting the story to their twitter and saying 'isn't this disgraceful? judge handing out lenient sentence to rapist'

Of course once they saw that the perp was non-Irish, they would keep absolutely schtum but in other circumstances, they would be straight up on their high donkeys.
 

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You could have great craic trolling one of these Irish 'feminists' by tweeting the story to their twitter and saying 'isn't this disgraceful? judge handing out lenient sentence to rapist'

Of course once they saw that the perp was non-Irish, they would keep absolutely schtum but in other circumstances, they would be straight up on their high donkeys.
Femtards are a real thing. Just like the mantard who is the topic of this thread.
 

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on what basis was he here anyway? Tourist visa and overstayed? Work permit - doing what? 'Asylum' seeker?
The press haven't said, so I'm guessing asylum seeker or illegal migrant. These are the sort of people we are letting in and who people are keen to give citizenship to. We've also seen the case of the guy who raped a young woman with learning disabilities. He had a habit of approaching and harassing women in the street asking them for sex. Why was he here and why was he allowed to get away with it? The same reason they are getting away with it all over Europe, the powers that be don't want to be accused of racism.
 

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According to TheJournal, Okda has 16 previous convictions, mainly for "driving offences, public order offences and theft".

Man who raped woman after she got lost on a night out sentenced to 10 years
The political establishment are responsible for this rape. Their reckless open borders policies and pro-multicultural enthusiasm has made the country a more dangerous place. This guy should never have been allowed into the country in the first place and should have been deported after the first conviction.
 

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Just been on twitter and Irish feminists are completely up in arms about this. The twitter machine is in total meltdown with the sheer volume of condemnation of this lenient treatment of a rapist.

... Only kidding.. nothing at all.. tumbleweeds from the sisterhood.

Because saying anything would be waycist and you can't have that.
Racism is never right but I have no doubt that there are people out there, on this discussion board and even, possibly, on this thread who think that any discussion of this story is de facto racism and who'd rather see it ignored.
 

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I wonder are they just cutting sentences no matter what given prison over crowding. [There is over crowding,no].


As well, isn't the foreign population of our prisons quite high. Seems dripping a year for tthr reason a fella is foreign is a bit rich at the end of the day.

Is it just way of saying where will they keep him if I give him m 13 years.
 

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You could have great craic trolling one of these Irish 'feminists' by tweeting the story to their twitter and saying 'isn't this disgraceful? judge handing out lenient sentence to rapist'

Of course once they saw that the perp was non-Irish, they would keep absolutely schtum but in other circumstances, they would be straight up on their high donkeys.
Well pull up their hypocrisy.

They need to be exposed because this half way house of careful now condemning is as weak as piss.
 

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and if we had tougher sentences handed out for his previous, he may have not committed this barbaric crime. Soft and non sentencing enable crims in this State.
After 16 convictions, he shouldn't have been in the country. He should have been returned to the Land of the Pharaohs.
 

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An Egyptian man who raped a woman in Dublin city centre in February 2014 has had his sentence reduced because he's a foreigner. Mohamed Okda was sentenced to 11 years in prison but the last year has been suspended "because of his foreign nationality and the fact that this would make prison harder for him."

I thought that discrimination was illegal in this country on the basis of nationality. Discrimination in favour of someone on such a criterion is effectively discrimination against anyone who doesn't fulfil that criterion.

RTÉ News: Man jailed for raping woman who was on night out in Dublin
In fairness I think judges often take something like this into account - i.e. that would make the sentence harder.

I'd be more concerned about this fukker actually doing the 10 years - knowing Ireland, he'll probably be out after 5. :roll:
 

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Ah come on lads - the fella got 10 years! A few years ago 3 new Irish lads gang raped a girl and got off Scot free. The links seem to have been taken down. One of them is a fairly good soccer player and no doubt a good Muslim
 

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The reduction in sentence for being a non-national now seems to be a set fixture of sentencing in this country for serious offences.
Lesser crimes may attract the option of no jail time if agreeing to returning home immediately. Who actually monitors that is of course a whle other question.

This is multiculturalism at work Irish style
 

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The honest answer to this isn't a comfortable one to hear: Ireland is not a serious nation.
We're hardly unique on this issue. The deport-convicted-foreign-criminals theme has been running in the UK for years and they still haven't addressed it.
 

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Driving offences, public order offences and theft. This began in 2006 so why the frick was he not deported?
The more relevant question to ask is "How did he come to be legally here in the first place?". Assuming (and it is a large assumption) this man is what he appears to be (A poorly educated criminal) the question sure is "How is it that our immigration system allows for the entry and then permanent residency of unskilled non-EU nationals?"

If this is our "immigration system" "working" then our system isn't fit for purpose.
 

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Oh no, with 16 previous convictions he’d be first in line for citizenship.
What a joke of a country this is.
Because that would open up a scenario where the absolute right to move freely is challenged rather than left as a sacred, inviolable principle.

The very last thing the neo liberals want is a scenario where it's regarded as okay to deport people for stuff like that.

Opening that door might end up spinning things out of control and why soon the reserve army of labour would be reduced.

Or you can blame the hippies if you feel that makes more sense.
 

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We're hardly unique on this issue. The deport-convicted-foreign-criminals theme has been running in the UK for years and they still haven't addressed it.
The UK *wants* to do something about it. The inability to deport foreign crims was a large factor in Brexit. It will be addressed post-brexit one assumes.
 

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Ah couldnae resist....

Biatch! I hadn't seen that before actually.

I'm nowhere near as butch as either of them.
 

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