Video has emerged purportedly of Emmanuel Nkencho, brother of recently deceased George Nkencho, making threats against the member of Garda Síochana who shot dead his brother on the 30th of December in an act that appears to be self defence.
In the video, the man, speaking in front of a crowd of protestors, stated that he wanted the member ‘terminated’, that he wanted his ‘contract terminated’, and that he ‘wants him finished’. The man goes on to say “Just know Garda, when we find him, yeah, just know-”. This last statement caused the crowd to erupt in cheers. The man goes on to say in a separate video that ‘we don’t like these pigs’, before another, unknown woman jumps in front of the camera and shouts ‘f*** the police’.
As of now, it is unclear to this publication what the man meant for us, the crowd, or the Garda himself to ‘just know’, and whether when the man stated he wanted the member ‘terminated’, he merely meant removed from his position, or something more sinister.
What is known is that, over the last two days both Gardaí as well as members of the general public have fallen to harassment and violence, seemingly in retaliation to the shooting dead of Nkencho. Video has spread like wildfire online of Garda vehicles being pummeled with stones and other projectiles, while both shoppers and staff were locked inside the shop Nkencho had attacked the previous day, as protestors hammered on the door.
One particularly harrowing video taken from inside this besieged Blanchardstown shop showed protests calling shoppers and staff ‘white bastards’, one protester screaming ‘I hope you die…you dirty white rat’.
These videos, while shocking, were not unique in their depictions of the events in Dublin yesterday. Videos depicting violence against both people and property were a dime a dozen.
What was completely absent however was any commentary from our political or media elite. Politicians, including Tanaiste Leo Varadkar and Minister for Justice Helen McEntee, despite being vocal in commiserating the death of the knife wielding man, had, as of the time of writing, nothing to say in regards to the violent conduct of many protesting his death.
The NGO complex meanwhile remained vocal in their support for the protesters. Open Society Foundation linked ‘Fingal Communities Against Racism’ posted advice for would-be protestors, encouraging them to keep ‘identifying features’ covered, giving the examples of scars and tattoos. Particularly vitriolic was organization ‘Migrants and Ethnic-minorities for Reproductive Justice’, who proclaimed ‘ACAB’ (All Cops Are Bastards) on their social media, and told ‘settled yt (whitey) people’ to stay away from one of their events, saying they had ‘done more harm than add value to the discussion’.
A Seismic Betrayal
As the new year dawns, those charged with defending Éire have abandoned her and her people to fend for themselves. As the people of Blanchardstown and beyond are subjected to racialized mob violence, our blue-checkmark overlords, if not conspicuously absent, are actively egging them on, often in some sort of frenzied state of radical self-hatred.
Meanwhile, as innocents are attacked, the establishment plots about how best to persecute those willing to call out their betrayal. Helen McEntee, charged with the maintenance of Justice in this country, has been more vocal about preventing Irish people from speaking than preventing violence akin to what we’ve seen over the last few days.
All this demonstrates a betrayal of Ireland on the part of our elites. These men and women, seemingly in love with praise from globalist powers and multinationals, have no interest in protecting those who put them in power in the first place. As gangs mob civilians on Dublin streets, their heads filled with rhetoric more familiar to the Bronx than to Blanchardstown, our overlords pat themselves on the back for their new position on the UN’s Security Council. Power for power’s sake.
2021 must be a year of change. While it is highly unlikely to be the year that Nationalism restores sanity to Ireland, it must be the year where the noise it generates becomes utterly deafening, to the point that all those living here will have no other choice but to take notice. If we fail in this task, we may never have another chance to fail again.