The nax at the top and the nax at the bottom are the exact same thing, except that the nax at the top are actually much more dangerous and enjoy much more police protection and are even more above the law and completely unaccountable!But let's not forget that we would have a very small underclass indeed, if we didn't have such an utterly delinquent ruling class in this country.
True, but one usually doesn't look to the lumpenproletariat in any country for leadership.The nax at the top and the nax at the bottom are the exact same thing, except that the nax at the top are actually much more dangerous and enjoy much more police protection and are even more above the law and completely unaccountable!
The guilt trip is laid on the German people from kindergarten upwards. It's a big part of their 'education'.The Germans really do have to re-learn the art of self defense. At present, they are the victims of every half ársed gobshíte who decides to beat, rob, rape and murder them. They need to get over this fake WW2 guilt trip and start acting as men and women with back bones.
You forgot to mention honesty, cleanliness, sociability, kindness, respect and more!I count two Traveller women among my friends and I dont use that word lightly, and they have depths to their personalities that The ISIS Times readership couldnt even imagine people having, there is a lot about being human that no amount of formal education can give someone. Travellers often have an instinctive understanding of and reverence for important values like bravery, loyality and duty which the overly civilized sadly often lack even a recognition of.
Bravery, loyalty and duty are often misplaced and abused by parasitic family members....Travellers often have an instinctive understanding of and reverence for important values like bravery, loyality and duty which the overly civilized sadly often lack even a recognition of.
Seeing as how August Fifteenth (15th) is a mere five (5) days past, how can this story be a few weeks old?This story is a few weeks old and has been reported previously elsewhere. There must have been some angst in the Irish Times editorial room while they debated whether to run it.
Careful now.I would love if somebody could tell me where The Irish State discriminates against travellers, whatever about some individual Irish people doing it!
The only thing, I can think off is Fascist Phil's communication to some constituents telling them none would be settled beside them!
I actually attended Fleadh last night on Holidays, Huge crowds but Ennis must have a serious issue too as there was loads of young travellers watching everything for anyone letting their guard down...one of them about 4 or 5 picked up a fist of coins that some young children had in front of them playing music ...he was caught by some tourist and his older brother started roaring like an animal that his young brother did nothing and theyd have tourist up for assault...sums up this country...a few law abiding children earning a few quid playing music robbed by young travellers who contribute nothing...The only discrimination is by the Knacks themselves. They have the same access to education, medical treatment, housing, etc etc. They choose to live in caravans, not to send their kids to school and to live separately from society. The days of giving them special treatment and providing halting sites should end. They rarely ''travel'' anywhere so a halting site is just a separate housing estate, which costs a fortune to maintain because they destroy them. The likes of SF would give them even more rights and want to give them some sort of ethnic minority status ffs. :roll: Had to laugh when I saw Clare SF rattle collection buckets locally today, not a fricking chance I'd give em a single cent.
Kickapoo, I reckon.Were they Cherokee, Iroquois, or Apache?
The Kickapoo people (Kickapoo: Kiikaapoa or Kiikaapoi) are an Algonquian-speaking Native American tribe. Anishinaabeg say the name "Kickapoo" (Giiwigaabaw in the Anishinaabe language and its Kickapoo cognate Kiwikapawa) means "Stands here and there," which may have referred to the tribe's migratory patterns. The name can also mean "wanderer".
Sums them all reallyLocals say they are still shellshocked by the experience. We dont want them back, Mayor Thies Puttnins-von Trotha told The Irish Times. They ignored the bins and chemical toilets we provided. Instead young and old ************************ in the bushes, youd see them coming and going with their toilet paper.
The first caravans showed up a week ago, he said, and by Sunday local police were overwhelmed, forcing him to negotiate with them for a short-term stay. In hindsight, he said, the Travellers proved to be very manipulative, negotiating and then reneging on a fee of 100 per caravan.
Very true..even in Rural england peoples only experience of " Irish " is travellers conning elderly people out of money or robbing houses...they spoke with Irish Accents is common on BBC reports ...but from those that i have seen caught they have all been Irish Travellers...the only thing is in UK yo9u get a proper prison sentence unlike here where they laugh at the judges!Some Travellers give Ireland a bad name abroad. They want to be considered Irish when it suits them abroad but Travellers within Ireland.
I recall a group of travellers in the West of Ireland trying this scam - asking money to go, and then for more money next day/Sums them all really