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Irish People Fear Country 'Changing Too Quickly', 'Too Politically Correct'

Irish People Fear Country 'Changing Too Quickly', 'Too Politically Correct'

In its analysis of social attitudes revealed by the survey, the newspaper hailed the birth of a “new Ireland” which is “best exemplified” by referendum victories in 2015 and 2018 for same-sex marriage and for the removal of most abortion restrictions.

Not everyone in the country is “entirely comfortable with this new Ireland of openness and tolerance” the newspaper conceded, complaining about results which showed a majority (61 per cent) of respondents agreed the nation was “changing too quickly” and that 69 per cent agreed Irish society was “too politically correct”.

Irish Govt ‘Paid Press’ to Promote Plan to Grow Population by One Million With Mass Migration https://t.co/yKf7eUZIz1 — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) February 24, 2018

Helping control the level of discourse in Ireland during elections is the European Network Against Racism (ENAR), an organisation funded by Hungarian-American financier and convicted insider trader George Soros, as well as EU taxpayers, which drew up an “anti-racism protocol” which has been signed by a total of 12 Irish political parties including the ruling Fine Gael and all other major parties.

‘Put an Empty Space to Better Use’: Irish Urged to House Migrants in Spare Beds https://t.co/jdK2OtYA2a — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) May 16, 2018

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