AN evil teenage gang terrorising west Dublin are luring UPS drivers to addresses using fake names and stolen credit cards – and viciously assaulting them when they arrive.
Gardai believe the thugs, linked to more than 70 robberies and assaults in the last couple of months, are potentially on the verge of becoming “a proper crime gang”.
An Egyptian teenager shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’ as he went on a stabbing spree in Dundalk yesterday, killing one man and leaving two injured.
Gardaí said they are looking into terrorism as a ‘line of inquiry’.
However, senior security sources believe the murder suspect – who was carrying two knives – is ‘unhinged’ and they say there is nothing to suggest, at present, that he has any links to terrorism.
So Balbriggan is in the headlines again.
I really don’t know what to say. Diversity is a failed and genocidal experiment. It failed in Sweden, it failed in France, it failed in the U.K., it failed in America, it has failed everywhere.
And yet our gated community politicians insist on recreating the squalid conditions in our country that it has wrought everywhere else.
Do we want Sweden’s rape rate?
Do we want our girls to end up being put through some Turk’s meat grinder just like in the U.K.?
Let that sink in, “diversity” ran a girl through a meat grinder in the U.K.
A man charged with raping two women, whom he kept prisoner for two days, allegedly roamed the streets of Belfast at night seeking vulnerable people for sex, a court has heard.
Orhan Kibar (41), from Claremont Street, was refused bail at Belfast Magistrates’ Court, where he was charged with three counts of rape and false imprisonment, amid claims that relatives plan to help him flee to his native Turkey or Denmark.
Older than the pyramids at 5,200 years old Newgrange is one of the oldest man made structures in the world. As you can see we got a lovely day for it luckily enough. It had been pissing it down days before.
Fascinating to think Irish people built this large structure dedicated to the Sun that long ago. It has perfect alignment with the Sun on Winter/Summer solstice. A thin beam on light enters the structure and penetrates into the inner chamber on those days.
The large stones weighing tonnes were somehow transported from over 50 miles away. It’s a mystery as to how they did that.
Something I found amusing was this part of the museum. These were Irish homes 5,200 years ago. Africans still live like this today.