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Immigrants look better and are taller than Irish - politician

 
 
 
 
 
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Olivia Mitchell, the Fine Gael deputy for Dublin South said that immigration should be increased because mixing the Irish with immigrants makes the children “better looking and taller”.

Although the debate was originally about requiring the father’s name to be on birth certificates, she trailed off into an anti-Irish argument calling for more immigration.

“As a small island country we should be expanding our gene pool, not reducing it,” she said.

“I think as an island country cut off from the rest of Europe, it’s a good thing that we have a certain amount of immigration. Mobility of races is a good thing,“

“You can even see the better-looking and taller children now as a result of the Celtic Tiger years [1995 – 2000 when immigration was increased considerably]. I think it’s a good thing to keep our IQs up there; it’s not just about appearance.“

The Census from 2011, found that Ireland was 94.3% Irish. 6% non-European immigrants is not good enough for these vile traitorous politicians… they want more, maybe when the numbers are reversed they would probably be happy.

The Irish gene pool is unique with its red hair and freckle looks. Destroy that and you won’t find anywhere else in the entire world a gene similar to that, maybe except for Scotland but unfortunately the United Kingdom (Scotland is part of UK) has politicians with the exact same mentality, if not even worse of those from Ireland.

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  • peter Wisniewski

    =)) =)) =)) =)) :))

  • Freja’s Lover

    “mixing the Irish with immigrants makes the children better looking and taller”? What an ass!

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