The entry of Martin McGuinness into the presidential election has brought to the surface a unique and particularly virulent form of Irish hypocrisy.
In it’s simplest form this hypocrisy can be expressed in a sentence – McGuinness is good enough for the people of Northern Ireland but ‘his type’ does not measure up to the high standards of political leadership in the Republic.
This view is, of course, pure and utter bullshit propagated by a ruling elite who labour under the delusion that Ireland is a functional democracy when in reality it is nothing more than a banana republic, a failed state that has more in common with a badly run mafia than a modern democratic state.
McGuinness is accepted by the people of Northern Ireland, by the British Government and the British people, by all the peoples and governments of the European Union, by the United Nations, by the United States, indeed by the entire world as a bona fide, hard working and genuine politician who has made a major contribution in bringing peace to Northern Ireland.
Only the hypocritical, incompetent morons who destroyed our country are of the view that McGuinness is not a fit person to hold high office.
In order to stop McGuinness at all cost, this campaign is going to have an additional ingredient – a state/government strategy to smear McGuinness at every opportunity.
This strategy will probably include government leaks, the handing over of files to ‘friendly’ journalists and heightened Garda activity against republican supporters.
4 thoughts on “McGuinness: Not good enough for the morons who destroyed the country”
“McGuinness is accepted by … the entire world as a bona fide, hard working and genuine politician who has made a major contribution in bringing peace to Northern Ireland.”
Sorry, but have you asked the entire world? You don’t think that Martin’s “acceptance” by foreign governments owes more to Realpolitik (or chicanery as we used to call it) than to honesty?
How Martin must be laughing at useful tools and tools everywhere.
I feared something had happened to you over the weekend. Blog was on “blackout”
Jen O’Brien is a tool. “Have you asked the entire world?”, jeez, what a high standard of debate. Clearly all is well in Ireland for people like her.
Northern Ireland’s economic record wipes the floor with the Republics, and as far as I am aware they are not ruled by greedy morons.
Sad to see that the Irish cannot think out of their (little) box, even after all that has happened. Plus ca change…
Yes, had a slight problem during the weekend Haymoon but as always Gavin was on hand to resolve the matter.
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