It comes as no surprise that Jozef Puska has finally been named as the individual charged with the murder of Ashling Murphy — certainly not to us as the supposed purveyors of disinformation, and certainly not to regime-approved journalists who have had the information on the man, likely even before locals knew. Though it is yet unclear whether Puska is guilty of any crime, we have known for days the man’s name and origin, so they have known just as long.

When Gardaí announced they had released a Romanian man without charge, the journalist and fact-checker class could not be seen except to have wet themselves in excitement at the fact the ‘far-right’ was spreading lies and misinformation and with which they could twist the narrative. 

The glee with which the State-approved apparatchiks denounced the ‘far-right’ for fear-mongering was outrightly vile — they only seemed to care about Ashling’s death only insofar as they got a news story to run and could tell everyone how much they cared online. They are abominable individuals.

What seemed most important to those with whom our readers are already most familiar, was that they could ‘discredit’ the ‘far-right’ by selecting peripheral details as though they were of central importance, yet ignoring the story as it is currently emerging: that an Irish woman was allegedly murdered by a foreigner. I must make clear that Puska has not been convicted of the offence.

Yet the fact, as we see it, remains that these journalists and activists had all the information they needed. They actively used that information for political gain and cherry-picked rubbish to “debunk” while omitting other facts that seemed less convenient. O’Toole, at least, lied by omission and made obvious his access to pertinent information whilst the rest. Mallacht dé orthú.

Whether or not Puska is ultimately guilty of any crime he has been charged with, the repercussions of the actions of criminal aliens and the covering up of their identities by a pusillanimous cadre of ‘journalists’ and NGO workers will be the eruption of social strife akin to what is engulfing France, Britain, and Germany. We got a taste of that breakdown last night, when videos emerged on social media of local Dubliners retaliating against people alleged to have been friends and family of Puska but who could as easily have been random Roma gypsies.

I neither condone nor condemn their behaviour – we merely seek to explain that actions like these will happen and will always happen, whether right or wrong, when the Gall transgresses against the Gael. The responsibility for blind retaliation falls most of all upon the rad-lib left, the anarcho-socialists, the British intelligence agents and the mouthpieces in journalism. It does not fall upon the Gael.

Posted by Donnachadh O'Neill

7 Comments

  1. Good article but I think we should condemn people getting violent against those alleged to have been friends and family of Puska. Violence is never the solution.

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  2. Spender_CGB 20/01/2022 at 9:19 pm

    A very tue article, the Guardian has not updated this story since yesterday. When they thought it was an Irishman they tried to conflate this tragedy with white male misogeny. So far today they have not even mentioned the suspects name.

    Here is a link to the Guardian’s most recent article. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/jan/19/second-man-arrested-by-irish-police-in-connection-with-death-of-ashling-murphy

    Dated Wed 19th 1944 GMT

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  3. I think what I found most annoying about the coverage is how the usual suspects on the media cynically manipulated the murder of this girl to drum up support for their causes and somehow make it about them. It is reminiscent of the cynical and mendacious manipulation of the death of Savita Halipanavar by abortionists to further the cause of the abortion industry.
    All this despite the family of Aisling requesting privacy. Even before the funeral Claire Byrne ran a show on RTE essentially blaming all men for the girls murder. The problem isn’t their latest hobby horse “toxic masculinity”, the gospel according to Gillette, but uncontrolled and unfiltered immigration and a weak punitive regime. Bringing back the death penalty for crimes like this would be a much more effective deterrent than all the feminisation of men will ever achieve. The criminal classes across the world see us as an easy target., as a glance at the court reports any day of the week proves.

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    1. I totally agree, the foreign criminal classes only have research a certain Judge Martin Nolan.

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  4. Maolsheachlann Ó Ceallaigh 21/01/2022 at 12:15 pm

    Good article aside from the refusal to condemn viglinates attacking people not even accused of a crime. Why on earth wouldn’t you condemn them?

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    1. Maolsheachlann Ó Ceallaigh 21/01/2022 at 12:15 pm

      Vigilantes.

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  5. Josie Bowen 21/01/2022 at 9:25 pm

    I agree that Ireland is like a house with an open door where anybody can come and go and apparently do what they want and take what they want. How do we close the door?

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