MMA fighter Conor McGregor being investigated for ‘online hate speech’ in Ireland: report

The Irish have apparently had their fill of “cultural enrichers” from foreign lands wreaking havoc in their country, as seen in the reaction to an Algerian immigrant stabbing several children and a woman last week — the corrupt media brushed over the suspect’s immigration status by highlighting the fact that “the man was an Irish citizen who had lived in the country for 20 years.”

Irish Garda Commissioner Drew Harris responded to the rioting in Dublin, which he called “disgraceful scenes,” by blaming a “hooligan faction driven by far-right ideology” — his remarks betray the political motivations behind the left’s use of immigration as a weapon against Western values.

Former UFC champion Conor McGregor, an Ireland native, has been at the forefront of the demand that the Irish government address its immigration policies, lending his substantial voice to the protests in a series of social media posts. That effort has reportedly resulted in the Garda, the national police and security service of Ireland, initiating an investigation into the MMA fighter’s actions.

McGregor responded to the police commissioner’s remarks by saying that it’s “not good enough,” adding: “Make change or make way.”

“Innocent children ruthlessly stabbed by a mentally deranged non-national in Dublin, Ireland today,” he tweeted last Thursday. “Our chief of police had this to say on the riots in the aftermath. Drew, not good enough. There is grave danger among us in Ireland that should never be here in the first place, and there has been zero action done to support the public in any way, shape or form with this frightening fact.”

“NOT GOOD ENOUGH. Make change or make way. Ireland for the victory. God bless those attacked today, we pray,” McGregor added.

Joining with many others in Ireland, McGregor called on elected officials to put forth a plan of action to solve the problem:

Refusing to yield, McGregor appealed to Ireland’s history to stir his countrymen:

McGregor also shared a video of members of the media being berated for its coverage of the crisis of immigration:

“Isn’t that something. The absolute picture of weak and feeble. The most divisive of all is the weak man. One of the most horrific crimes this nation ever seen has occurred, we do not care anymore what you sad cases have got to say. In a war you are nothing. We are not backing down, we are only warming up. There will be no backing down until real change is implemented for the safety of our nation. We are not losing any more of our woman and children to sick and twisted people who should not even be in Ireland in the first place. Call it what you want. We do not care. May God help us all. Ireland for victory.”

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadker called on lawmakers to immediately pass legislation governing public speech, targeting individuals who post “messages and images that stir up hatred and violence.” That effort is reportedly underway.

It’s as if the world has been flipped on its head… here’s a quick sampling of reactions to the story from X:

Tom Tillison


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