Limerick city councilor calls for murder of anti-immigration protesters

Ireland is in dangerous political territory

“I’d like to see them shot in the head or bring the public in and beat them until they die” – Abul Kalam Azad Talukder

When asked about people who protested immigration after the brutal spree stabbing by an illegal alien from Algeria, Limerick City Councilor Abul Kalam Azad Talukder said they should be murdered. Either shot in the head or beaten to death.

During protests, a small minority of people fought with police and looted stores. The political establishment and media are trying to make this into Ireland’s “J6.”

Talukder was born in Bangladesh, immigrated to Ireland in 2000, and was elected to Limerick City Council in 2019 as a member of Fianna Fáil.

Ironically, between 1999 and 2009, Fianna Fáil was a member of the EU grouping Union for Europe of the Nations. This was an explicit anti-immigration alliance that included such parties as Lega Nord from Italy (now Lega), National Alliance from Italy (now Fratelli d’ Italia), Law and Justice from Poland, the Danish People’s Party, the Latvia Fatherland Party (now National Alliance), and others.

Today, Fianna Fáil is a member of the EU group Renew Europe. This is a free market/centrist grouping largely created by Emanuel Macron.

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