>1.1% of Ireland is Muslim
It's not fucking fair. That's too much. And I can guarantee that statistic will have risen when our next census is released. How do we get rid of them?
just keep being a shithole and they will go away
shut up and embrace the enrichment, white boy
>tfw 7% muslims
>visit Beara Peninsula
>not a single dark skinned person or Muslim anywhere
You fags don't know how good you have it.
On the other hand
>go to the Savoy club in Cork city
>the only black guys in the whole of Ireland (and the only ones in the entire club) threaten me
>In 1845, Ottoman Sultan Abdülmecid declared his intention to send £10,000 to victims of the Irish potato famine, but Queen Victoria requested that the Sultan send only £1,000, because she herself had sent only £2,000. The Sultan sent £1,000 along with five ships full of food. The British administration allegedly attempted to block the ships, but the food arrived secretly at Drogheda harbour and was left there by Ottoman sailors. Shipping records relating to the port appear not to have survived. Newspaper reports suggest that ships from Thessaloniki in the Ottoman Empire sailed up the River Boyne in May 1847, although it has also been claimed that the river was dry at the time. A letter written by Irish notables in the Ottoman archives explicitly thanks the Sultan for his help. The ships landed in Drogheda; in 1995, the Drogheda town hall erected a placard in commemoration. In 2012, plans were announced to produce a film on the subject, starring Colin Farrell and several Turkish stars.
You fuck off frog.
>More than half of those muslims are asians
There are Muslims and niggers everywhere in Ireland buddy.
I can't even escape them in my own small village, we have quite a few nigerian families here.
Limerick and other cities are full of Nigs and Muds
I'm surprised at that. My small village in England there is none. There's one black guy but he's alright, former SAS. There's a few pakis at the Indian in town but that's it for miles around here.
>live in Midlands for 8 years
>practical no niggers. Mostly Brazilians with only two or three indians/paki families
>move to Dublin
>half the people look nigger or foreign
It triggers me.
you would think we'd learn after having invaders destroy our culture before
>current PM is trying to circumvent large pockets of immigrant populations in the city by relocating them into rural areas and towns
>my once 100% (save abos) white town is now filled with indians and somalians
Thanks you fucking cuck, bring back tone
>no one wants to live in his shitty country
>lelel stay mad
don't worry, in about 20 years, every country in europe will be as shitty as yours thanks to islam
What is this fake bullshit? Proud Moorish men should not hide their true religion.
>How do we get rid of them?
Just accept your country has terminal cancer and move on. Be glad your muslim population is that low. A lot of countries are doing a lot worse, just look at Sweden, or France...or m-me.
what is the country of origin of your given and surname?
Well, you could always do what Croatia did....
>tfw probably closer to 3% now with all the recent immigration bullshit
It is incredibly unlikely that he is actually Irish, unless he is one of those pathetic cunts who converted because he needed someone to blame for his life being monotonous and shit.
>Norwegians will take in niggers and give them money
>every time I ask about moving to Norway to work I'm told to fuck off
You guys kinda deserve what happens t b h
He's probably not Irish though, probably just has citizenship if even that. With regards to the UK "British" was already a supranational bullshit ethnicity anyway, so whatever about obviously non-British people using that label. Irish is an actual ethnicity however, and I'd prefer it didn't get watered down. This crap might fly in new world countries founded by immigration but we don't need that here.
Really? It should be quite easy to move here all things considered, at least for European citizens. You just need need to register on arrival at the nearest registration centre or police station if you wanna live here for more than 3 months.
nice quads my slavik comrade!
>The Britons were an ancient Celtic people who lived on Great Britain from the Iron Age through the Roman and Sub-Roman periods. They spoke a language that is now known as Common Brittonic
No it isn't you fuckwit. Briton refers to Welsh, Cornish and Cumbrian (and Brittany in France). Goidelic refers to Mann, Ireland, and Scotland.
Britain/British refers to the Union between England (and Wales) and Scotland.
Briton and British are not interchangeable.
>tfw europe will collapse in your lifetime
Can you even read m8? Im referring to Briton as in the people who were in England/Wales/Cornwall. Stop reading wikipedia and get yourself a brain. British is something Briton related such as the people who live there as I am trying to discuss and Britain is the island and another name for the country on it.
>British is already an ethnicity though, its a celtic one
You're wrong, and you're digging a pit. British is not a Celtic ethnicity as it refers to the Union between England and Scotland. England was Briton, Scotland was Gael. How the fuck can "British" be synonymous with "Briton" if half the fucking union weren't Britons?
Briton was a Celtic identity. British is not, which is what the other Irish poster said. British was supranational and multi-ethnic, not a singular ethnicity as you would posit.
>British is not a Celtic ethnicity as it refers to the Union between England and Scotland
British and Brittonic and Brythonic are interchangable. The union using a word that was already in usage doesnt change its entire meaning and it still hasnt, your argument is retarded. Stop digging yourself a pit and admit that you are wrong. When I say the word boot when referring to my car, does that mean it doesnt cover my shoe anymore? Ridiculous
>How the fuck can "British" be synonymous with "Briton" if half the fucking union weren't Britons?
Because theres a difference between an ethnicity and a nationality, which you dont seem to get.
>British and Brittonic and Brythonic are interchangable
>Old English Brettisc ‘relating to the ancient Britons’, from Bret ‘Briton’, from Latin Britto, or its Celtic equivalent.
>relating to the ancient Britons
Again, the Scots were not fucking Britons, they were Goidelic.
>Because theres a difference between an ethnicity and a nationality, which you dont seem to get.
The Scots were Goidelic Celts, can you find something that says that makes them Briton?
>Again, the Scots were not fucking Britons, they were Goidelic.
Irrelevent, the union is named after the island which is why its called the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and not the united kingdom of britain etc.
>The Scots were Goidelic Celts, can you find something that says that makes them Briton?
Youre the one saying they are, I expect you to have a source for it.
relating to or denoting the northern group of Celtic languages, including Irish, Scottish Gaelic, and Manx. Speakers of the Celtic precursor of the Goidelic languages are thought to have invaded Ireland from Europe circa 1000 BC, spreading into Scotland and the Isle of Man from the 5th century AD onwards.
>Insular Celtic languages are those Celtic languages that originated in the British Isles, in contrast to the Continental Celtic languages of mainland Europe and Anatolia. All surviving Celtic languages are from the Insular Celtic group, including that which is now spoken in Continental Europe; the Continental Celtic languages are extinct. The six Insular Celtic languages of modern times can be divided into:
>the Goidelic languages: Irish, Manx, and Scottish Gaelic
>the Brittonic languages: Breton, Cornish, and Welsh (another language or dialect, Cumbric, is extinct).
There's two groups - Gaels and Britons. Scots were Gaels, which means they... You guessed it... Weren't fucking Britons.
What are you arguing here? British to refer to Brittonic peoples isn't in normal use, it's pretty much only used in linguistic and historical contexts. If somebody were to refer to 'British' people they would normally assume English or Scottish are included despite neither being Brittonic.
>British Isles is an ethnically homogenous region and not a political/geographic term!
The Scots are British, they're not Britons. British and Briton are not interchangeable.
British is not a Celtic identity, Briton is, and you're trying to argue a stupid point about the terms being synonymous when they're fucking not.
I referred to the British Celts using the word British which is acceptable and then an Irish guy went full retard trying to prove me wrong saying that it only refers to the modern country which is untrue; and now he is trying to imply that I somehow called Scottish people British celts because the country is named after Great Britain which makes absoloutely no sense. I dont think he understands the difference between nationality and ethnicity.
Well first of all, youre the one who started it
Second of all, you tried to imply that Scots are British/Brythonic/Brittonic which is clearly wrong
Third of all you seem to fail to understand the difference between calling someone British as in ethnicity and someone British as in nationality which is a fairly easy concept to grasp.
Fourthly, using British/Brittonic/Brythonic interchangeably is completely acceptable. One example of a dictionary agreeing with me https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/British#Proper_noun
And last but not least, you have to understand that words may have more than one meaning and come to terms with it.
>British people, or Britons, are the citizens of the United Kingdom, British Overseas Territories, Crown Dependencies; and their descendants. British nationality law governs modern British citizenship and nationality, which can be acquired, for instance, by descent from British nationals. When used in a historical context, British people refers to the ancient Britons, the indigenous inhabitants of Great Britain south of the Forth.
>When used in a historical context, British people refers to the ancient Britons, the indigenous inhabitants of Great Britain south of the Forth.
> The notion of Britishness was forged during the Napoleonic Wars between Britain and the First French Empire, and developed further during the Victorian era. The complex history of the formation of the United Kingdom created a "particular sense of nationhood and belonging" in Great Britain and Ireland; Britishness became "superimposed on much older identities", of English, Scots, Welsh and Irish cultures, whose distinctiveness still resist notions of a homogenised British identity.
>Between the 8th and 11th centuries, "three major cultural divisions" had emerged on Great Britain: the English, the Scots and the Welsh.
>Second of all, you tried to imply that Scots are British/Brythonic/Brittonic which is clearly wrong
No, I've stated that they're not Brythonic, but are British - that was the entire argument, that British is not interchangeable with Briton.
>someone British as in ethnicity and someone British as in nationality
But surely one is called British when he's from the island of Great Britain, simple as that.
>When used in a historical context, British people refers to the ancient Britons, the indigenous inhabitants of Great Britain south of the Forth
Thank you for proving my point
>No, I've stated that they're not Brythonic, but are British - that was the entire argument, that British is not interchangeable with Briton.
Youre the one who stated that Scots were British/Brythonic/Brittonic. You made the point, not me. It is you argument and you have to back it up with facts and not ask me to prove it for you especially as I disagree with it.
The word British has more than one meaning m8
1. British nationality
2. British celts and their ethnicity
3. Adjective for things of a British nature
4. A synonym for the United Kingdom
5. Things to do with the Island of Great Britian
6. The British language
some of those are incredibly stupid. im gonna leave before you start teaching me how a word can be both a noun and a verb and a adjective.
btw this language is called english, not british. purely fyi.
>some of those are incredibly stupid. im gonna leave before you start teaching me how a word can be both a noun and a verb and a adjective.
Its both a noun and an adjective which is a completely normal thing in the english language you idiot. How else would I describe something as french for example? french-like?
>btw this language is called english, not british
Try doing some basic research before trying to be clever m8
>mostly assimilated and indistinguishable from other Americans
Feels good, lads. Could be better, though.
France is 7,5% Muslim
Belgium is 6% Muslim
Austria is 5,7% Muslim
Switzerland is 5,7% Muslim
Germany is 5,6 % Muslim
Netherlands is 5,5% Muslim
Sweden is 5% Muslim
United Kingdom is 4,6% Muslim
Denmark is 4,1% Muslim
Norway is 3% Muslim
Italy is 2,6% Muslim
Finland is 1% Muslim
And it's only starting.
I am currently on vacation embracing my heritage. If you were to cut open my veins whiskey and Guinness would flow freely. I was taught how to fight from an early age and my hatred for the English oppressors will never die.
It is my dream to find a pure Irish Catholic girl to settle down with and start a large family and open a kilt weaving business.
And before any of you ask, my father was born and raised in Glasgow and served with the IRA in the Falklands, so I don't want any buttblasted Euroshits telling me that I'm not Irish.
oh ok. i was not aware you were ridiculing me the whole time. i will leave now.
The dumb cunt also said Cornish isn't a British/Brittonic language, but that "British" is... When they're the same fucking group of languages. It is like saying Scots Gaelic isn't Gaelic because we speak a very slightly different version here.
>>So you autistic island niggers will kill foreign occupiers
Ulster Scots had been there since before British North America, and Northern Ireland was it's own people, distinct from Ireland. Sorry O'Connor, Boston will never be Irish.
What does settlement of NA have to do with Ulster?
I'm a Midwesterner transplanted to the Rockies.
I'm one of the few Midwesterners with absolutely no Irish ancestry. Irish-Americans are second only to Italian-Americans in shittiness. That doesn't legitimize Cromwell's actions, though.
It was King James II who sent English and Scottish planters here, not Cromwell, lad. cromwell's plantations were in the south and coastal regions, I think. It was James' plantations that have lasted to this day.
seriously, im fucking sick of the IRA boner in the states. it makes no sense.
It rather ties in with the fact that everyone has to be a special snowflake heeratoog, and the contribution and origins of the English and English lineage in the states is criminally underrated.
Just visiting my cousins from the states:^)
"Northern Ireland" doesn't arise purely from a distinct ethnic consideration, it was cooked up in the 1920s as an obvious example of gerrymandering. 'Ulster Scots' being particularly distinct from the rest of Ireland is more a post-hoc consideration, and that idea itself mostly gained traction in the 30s. Before that they were calling themselves Irish.
no, i live in Texas, its just that I've never heard the Troubles put in any light other than "the British are poopyheads and the IRA were freedom fighters", except for the educational videos that are always on the fence of "everyone was mean mkay".
to be fair i did know this one guy with a huge Ireland boner who rampantly hated the states. we called him a faggot.
IRAN doesn't want to run them out. It just wants unification. There were Protestant Republicans, lad. We have had Unionists down here too, but we don't, as a majorit. Want a Union with Britain. Protestants are free to stay. Just no ritboos.
Most of our national icons are protestants. Lord Girzgerald, Wolfe Tone. The Wmmet Brothers, WB Yeats... We're not driven along religious lines. It is ideological lines.
British citizens have more rights her than other European citizens. The only difference is that they don't get to vote on our referendums re the constitution. Otherwise, they have the exact same rights as Irish citizens.
Yeah the troubles werent like that at all. Northern ireland got an opt out of the Irish state as they were majority not irish and they used it. The IRA tried to unify the island for the irish minority in the north after bloody sunday but they failed and surrendered and now even the majority of catholics are unionist. I dont blame them honestly, there were loyalist/unionist terrorists as well as republican/nationalist ones but at least the loyalist/unionist ones werent drug dealers/bombers etc.
What Irish people dont seem to realise is that if it wedrent goven an opt out we would be looking at a troubles in Ireland rather than the UK. To call it gerrymandering is like calling england/scotland/wales gerrymandering.
>Before that they were calling themselves Irish.
They still do call themselves Irish, even the orangemen. But its british first and irish second.
>but at least the loyalist/unionist ones werent drug dealers/bombers etc.
what planet are you living on
NI and the history of formation of the nations in Great Britain are not even comparable. NI was very deliberately constructed to ensure maximum asset gain without spoiling demographics against them. That's gerrymandering in its essence. It didn't come around because. The only 'nation' being pushed up north was that of 'Ulster' but had Ulster been used for this new nation it would have collapsed because most Ulstermen were Irish nationalists.
Why force a split on a country that didn't want it? why deliberately lie to he Irish that it was only a temporary measure with 3 counties and then threatening war if we don't accept our country being ripped in half?
I don't like the IRA. I don't think we should use violence to achieve unification, but I heavily disagree with partition and if the Unionists try to use force to stay in Britain I'd Nationalists gain a majority (like they did in 1920). I would fully support using force to put them down.
>took catholic/nationalist majorit areas to be economically viable despite the right to self determination.
It was rigged, saying otherwise is a fucking falsehood. Lloyd George himself told the Nationalists it was a temporary measure wih four counties. Not 6 /8, and permanent
>What Irish people dont seem to realise is that if it wedrent goven an opt out we would be looking at a troubles in Ireland rather than the UK.
What, you mean like a Civil War? That's crazy talk!