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    Dublin unrest after stabbing

    In the aftermath of a stabbing outside a creche in which 5 people were injured, including 3 children, there has been some serious stuff going on in Dublin city centre tonight.

    Rumours/reports are that the stabbing was done by an Algerian, though the police seem to be considering it a self-contained incident rather than something terror-linked, and I think these rumours are being used as an excuse for what looks like some utterly scumbag behaviour including fighting with/attacking Gardai, setting fire to Garda cars, busses, Luas trams, and looting some shops.
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    Every scrote in Dublin just been let off the leash.

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    Looks like the Love Ulster riots all over again

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    Clearly the children of Ireland are much safer tonight with these scumbags on the streets.

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    Right wing nutters rioting on the streets of Dublin, right wing nutters going into power in the Netherlands. And Micky Martin still hammering away at the triple lock and our neutrality at the same time. Am I the only one to see the inevitable, awful connection?

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    right on 1 and 2 but the tripple lock is a stupid rule.
    IF the Russians invaded the UK and were killing the millions of Irish who live there would we still think it fair to have the Russians veto any involvement by us at UN level. The sheer stupidity of that makes Martins best arguement, people who believe in neutrality would be better off coming up with a realistic other version of checks and balances then defending a tripple lock that is a nonsense.

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    Not too sure about the right-wing credientials of the clowns on the street yesterday.

    I expect they were equal-opportunity scrotes, and if a pure-blooded Gael had stabbed some foreigners, they'd have been just as happy to loot footlocker and set fire to busses in support of immigrants.

    They were just looking for any excuse, and were very easily led when one arrived.

    I'd be more interested in who's doing the leading.
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    Given the rise of SF in polling largely began in working-class areas, before accelerating among middle-class voters, it seems reasonable to assume that this month's decline with newer voters is largely in the first demographic - if such voters are already disillusioned with FF and FG due to their economic and housing policies, but go on to consider that SF are moving too quickly towards the political centre, then the far-right will be quick to exploit such sentiments with simplistic rhetoric, as in the rest of Europe.

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