MI5 being sent here to watch Jihadis

Clanrickard

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Britain 'so worried about Jihadis in Ireland they have sent MI5 agents to monitor them' - Irish Mirror Online

Ok it's the Mirror but at the same time to me this chimes with what many have saying for years. We do not take Islamic extrmism seriously in this country at the recent visit of Leo to the Ikhwan Mosque in Clonskeagh proves it once more. We spend less than almost any other EU country on defence and we do not have our own stand alone intelligence service.

A source said: "The British think our security here is too lax and MI5 are here to try and spot any problems in Dublin before they get to England."
So why is it laz and what is being done about it?
 


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Heard on radio a few weeks ago that we are maybe decades behind the Brits in equipment and training in terms of intelligence gathering and counter-terrorism.
 

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Man visits mosque, supports Islamic terrorism.


Do youru check under the bed every....sorry do you make yer missus check under the bed before you rise every morning.
 

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Britain 'so worried about Jihadis in Ireland they have sent MI5 agents to monitor them' - Irish Mirror Online

Ok it's the Mirror but at the same time to me this chimes with what many have saying for years. We do not take Islamic extrmism seriously in this country at the recent visit of Leo to the Ikhwan Mosque in Clonskeagh proves it once more. We spend less than almost any other EU country on defence and we do not have our own stand alone intelligence service.



So why is it laz and what is being done about it?
If it's true, then they (the MI5 agents) should be rounded up and sent home. The UK has, via the Brexit process, shown exactly how much it values co-operation with us and the rest of the EU, they have no right to be here.
 

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Man visits mosque, supports Islamic terrorism.


Do youru check under the bed every....sorry do you make yer missus check under the bed before you rise every morning.
The Quilliam Foundation, founded by a former Islamic radical who is now combatting radicalisation, told Kirsty Wark on Newsnight a few nights ago that that the largest UK mosque outside of London endorsed the murder of a student in Pakistan on suspicions of blasphemy.
 

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If it's true, then they (the MI5 agents) should be rounded up and sent home. The UK has, via the Brexit process, shown exactly how much it values co-operation with us and the rest of the EU, they have no right to be here.
But Clantard is waiting until 9 so he can ring the British embassy and invite the agents to tea and crumpets and to offer the intelligence he has garnered from years of observing single mothers, immigrants and brown folk.
 

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If it's true, then they (the MI5 agents) should be rounded up and sent home. The UK has, via the Brexit process, shown exactly how much it values co-operation with us and the rest of the EU, they have no right to be here.
Yes they should. If we find out who they are. MI5 agents tend not to walk around with name badges. The point is that we do not take security seriously and we need to. No point in belly aching about the CTA if we do not.
 

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MI6 set up ther Muslim Brotherhood in the first place to stop Arab nationalism and secularism. The Musalamic mosques are Trojan horses with their bosses working for foreign agents, MI6 and the CIA included
 

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Yes they should. If we find out who they are. MI5 agents tend not to walk around with name badges. The point is that we do not take security seriously and we need to. No point in belly aching about the CTA if we do not.
Call in the UK ambassador and ask for names.
 

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Mi5 have managed Dublin for quite some time
As such Mi6 had more power in NI
An odd turn around

cuyp
 

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Britain 'so worried about Jihadis in Ireland they have sent MI5 agents to monitor them' - Irish Mirror Online

Ok it's the Mirror but at the same time to me this chimes with what many have saying for years. We do not take Islamic extrmism seriously in this country at the recent visit of Leo to the Ikhwan Mosque in Clonskeagh proves it once more. We spend less than almost any other EU country on defence and we do not have our own stand alone intelligence service.



So why is it laz and what is being done about it?
It's the Mirror, I wouldn't pay too much heed.
 

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But Clantard is waiting until 9 so he can ring the British embassy and invite the agents to tea and crumpets and to offer the intelligence he has garnered from years of observing single mothers, immigrants and brown folk.
Clanrickard is only glad these guys aren't investigating bank fraud.
 

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Do you have any credible links for that nonsense, or am I wasting my time?
There's about 4 more whose presence in NI was overtly disclosed -- Michael Oatley, Alastair Crooke etc
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maurice_Oldfield
On his return, he became director of counter-intelligence and deputy to the Chief of the Secret Intelligence Service Sir Dick White. Oldfield was passed over for promotion when Sir John Rennie succeeded White in 1968. He eventually became director when Rennie resigned in 1973, he held this post until his retirement in 1978.

In 1979 the new prime minister, Margaret Thatcher, asked Oldfield to coordinate security and intelligence in Northern Ireland.
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The UK has, via the Brexit process, shown exactly how much it values co-operation with us and the rest of the EU,
Almost half the UK didn't vote for Brexit. The current government is also a minority one.

On another day either vote could just as easily have tipped the other way.
 


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