November 4, 2013
In an Irish town, Limerick, some lightweight Antisemitic posters were posted, dealing with the Palestinian issue and attacking Ireland’s Jewish Minister Alan Shatter. In response to this, the town has passed a decree to ban all political posters.
Yet again, we see that democracy only exists as long as you exist within the accepted boundaries of Jew-dominated society.
From the Limerick Leader:
Following the intervention of local election canidate, Christy Kelly, the most offensive posters, targeting Minister Alan Shatter in particular, have now been removed.
However, the incident has raised the heat, ahead of next year’s local elections, about poster policy in general.
The three offending posters, seen by the Limerick Leader, were among a large number of other handmade posters all strung along one wall of the the stone-cut Sugar Hill bridge, located a little over a mile from Barnagh.
The other posters, which remain in place, are strongly critical of “corrupt” politicians, political parties, the property tax, austerity budgets and bankers. A number of them are particularly critical of the Taoiseach and Fine Gael TDs Patrick O’Donovan and Dan Neville over the Protection of Life during Pregnancy Act with one referring to the Taoiseach as Herod Kenny.[…]
But the posters which have given rise to concern have an anti-Semitic undertone. “Shatter has learned from his homeland how to crucify the little people,” says one.
“Jewish influence in our dictatorship has brought Palestinian devastation to Ireland,” proclaims another while a third, under a picture of Minister Alan Shatter says: “Ye will all be as poor as the Palestinians when are are finished and be glad to have €5 a day.”
“It is frightening to think people would even think of putting these up,” Cllr Jerome Scanlan said this Wednesday. “It is absolutely shocking that anybody would do so.”[…]
By early on Wednesday morning, the three offending posters had been removed.
Meanwhile, Cllr Riedy has called for clarity on poster policy, especially anonymous material. “I am all for democracy but there is a diffence between democracy and anti-Semitism,” he said.
He is now also at odds with other Newcastle West councillors who agreed at a recent area meeting to ban all local election posters within the 60km speed limit of towns and villages in the area.