Bugmentality: the anatomy of an Anti-Prod Conspiracy

The leftist establishment that runs Northern Ireland protects power. It defames Protestant working class communities in order to protect the power of the very wealthy. Protestant libertarian values stand totally in opposition to the very nature of the EU Cabals.

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They have by and large been able to convince many of our boomer parents we are worthless from the word go and that only Jewish bankers and their shills in the EU are worthy and morally authoritative enough to hold normal liberty.

This is nothing less than inter-generational warfare with your own parents being utilized by the enemy.

This article will be updated with examples of local Northern Irish media operations that are nothing more than defamation.

Matrix Máire

You have heard of Typhoid Mary, this is Matrix Máire, she is a censor. What she is developing is a system to prevent devices from being hacked post censorship. She says it to stop ISIS hijacking your toaster. It is not. Far from it, this is for you.

Matrix Máire talks about “untrusted supply chains.” This is all about putting in their social score. Your toaster can’t be “fake.” You will have to have a globalist approved toaster, If your a naughty proddy and you want a toaster they won’t let you have toast. You will have to just eat bread. Untoasted bread and jam it is beys.

That if full socialism hasn’t taken hold by then and there is no bread to put in your deep learning toaster.

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Have a watch anyway. “Multi layered approach, tamper proof hardware.”

G’luck with that.

Wow she works with BAE systems, working for the ole military industrial complex there hey.

They scream out in pain as they strike you

The anti-prod academics that frankly libel Protestants on behalf of large globalist networks are screaming out in pain now that people are noticing their conspiracy and it’s ill effects.

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From the BBC,

“The union that represents the majority of lecturers at Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) has accused some unionist parties and politicians of attacks on academic freedom.

The University and College Union (UCU) said they were aimed at gagging academics, especially over Brexit.

The UCU condemned what it called “an outrageous attack on democracy and the values of free speech”.

TUV leader Jim Allister has dismissed the criticism as “frankly laughable”.

In a strongly worded statement, the UCU branch at QUB criticised “wholly unfair and worryingly authoritarian attacks on local academics’ right to voice free opinions”.

It called for the university to “robustly and unequivocally reject demands by politicians to censure or silence academic staff”.

‘Depressing and predictably familiar’

The academic union claimed that members of the DUP had complained, both publicly and privately, to the university about views expressed by lecturers.

The union also cited correspondence from the TUV leader Jim Allister to QUB over comments made on a radio programme by a former Queen’s professor.

“It’s becoming depressingly and predictably familiar,” the UCU statement said.

“An academic has their say on local issues of public interest or political importance – as academics do worldwide – and a local politician petitions the university to have them disciplined or gagged.”

In a statement, QUB said it had received two complaints from politicians regarding comments made by academics.

“Queen’s supports freedom of thought and expression, within a framework of respect for the rights of other persons,” the statement read.

“Academic freedom is enshrined as a guiding principle in the university’s charter and statutes.”

The UCU criticised the former DUP MLA Nelson McCausland, who is now a newspaper columnist and commentator.

‘The same as all of us’

In a recent column for the Belfast Telegraph, Mr McCausland said that Queen’s had to address the perception that it was a “cold house” for Protestants.

His column was sparked by an incident in which a Queen’s professor had supported European Council President Donald Tusk’s comment that there was a “special place in hell” for no-deal Brexiteers.

“Is Mr McCausland suggesting that this professor should be disciplined for offering an individual opinion?” the UCU said.

“Mr McCausland has repeatedly complained about what he characterises as the ‘left-wing sympathies’ of academics in Queen’s and University of Ulster.”

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-48313902

Clisare marries someone like her

There is nothing more hypocritical than rabidly promoting Irish women marrying refugees and having abortions than promoting the latter, the former and going on to do neither.

Don’t talk to me about choice.

We have yet to see if she will do a toe rag abortion, she might but looks unlikely. So why do these women promote all this shit they never do themselves? Why isn’t Clisare bounding about Tallaght with a Gambian, swallowing Mifeprestone like smarties? One of those fucking enigmas. Why not, if it is so good, why don’t you do it?

Good for the Goose hey.

Fionnuala Ní Aoláin: bossy boots

The Marxists, some of them literally Judges at this stage are attacking masculinity and in general men for the troubles. Who would do that other than a wee bossy boots?

Women right from Cumann Na Mban to the YCV’s auxillary medics were involved in all stages of all the conflicts.

This is a must watch this lady works for the UN and has serious leverage over us. At 11:40 in the video she admits she DISCRIMINATES based on gender!

15:00 The old hegemonic masculinity (both public and private) comes out.

15:46 Men’s vulnerability to violence and harm. Thankyou!

15:50 Presumed combattency, wow fair play to her.

18:40 Gender tropes, grooming and preparation. Young Men’s access to status, capacity or economic viability.

Shreud operator check out the background. She was making up shit on the prods when we were in Thomas the tank engine jim jams. 

Ní Aoláin graduated from Queen’s University, Belfast (LLB 1990, PhD 1998), and Columbia Law School (LLM 1996).

She was a Visiting Fellow of Harvard Law School‘s Human Rights Program in 1994. At Columbia University she was an Associate-in-Law at Columbia Law School from 1994 to 1996, and then a visiting professor at the School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University from 1996 to 2000.

She was appointed Associate Professor of Law at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel from 1997 to 1999. Returning to the United States in 2001, she was a Visiting Fellow at Princeton University from 2001 to 2002, at University of Minnesota Law School from 2003 to 2004, then returned to Harvard Law School as Visiting Professor from 2012 to 2013.

Ní Aoláin was appointed by the Government of Ireland in December 2000 as a member of the Irish Human Rights Commission, for which creation was mandated by the Good Friday Agreement. She was a consultant to the UN Women and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights‘s Study on Reparations for Conflict Related Sexual Violence, 2011–2012. She is the Chair of the Board of the Open Society Foundations International Women’s Program, and was Co-Chair of the Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law 2014, with Hathaway and Johnson.

She was an executive member of the American Society of International Law from 2009 to 2012, and of the Committee on the Administration of Justice (CAJ), in Northern Ireland. She is a member of the Irish Council for Civil Liberties, and was appointed by the Secretary-General of the United Nations as Special Expert on promoting gender equality in times of conflict and peace-making in 2003.

She was nominated by the Irish government in 2004 to the European Court of Human Rights, and was both the first woman and the first academic lawyer to be nominated.

She is concurrently professor of law at the University of Ulster, in Northern Ireland, where she teaches international law and international human rights law. She is the founder and currently associate director of the Transitional Justice Institute, and the Dorsey and Whitney Professor of Law at the University of Minnesota Law School. She is married to Oren Gross, Irving Younger professor of law at University of Minnesota Law School;

In 2015 Just Security described her as concurrently serving as the Dorsey and Whitney Chair in Law at the University of Minnesota Law School and as a Professor of Law at the University of Ulster.[1]

In 2017, Ní Aoláin became the Special Rapporteur for Counter Terrorism and Human Rights.[2]

Books

  • Ní Aoláin, The Politics of Force – Conflict Management and State Violence in Northern Ireland (Blackstaff Press) (2000), ISBN 978-0856406683
  • Ní Aoláin & Gross, Law in Times of Crisis – Emergency Powers in Theory and Practice (Cambridge University Press) (2006), ISBN 978-0521833516. This book was awarded the American Society of International Law‘s Certificate of Merit for its contribution to creative scholarship.[3]
  • Weissbrodt, Ní Aoláin, Fitzpartick, and Nueman, International Human Rights: Law, Policy and Process (2009) (Lexis Pub, 4th ed.) (2009), ISBN 978-1422411735
  • Ní Aoláin, Weissbrodt, Rumsey & Others, Selected International Human Rights Instruments and Bibliography for Research on International Human Rights (LexisNexis, 4th ed.) (2009), ISBN 978-1422411742
  • Ni Aoláin, Fionnuala, Hayes & Cahn, On the Frontlines: Women, War and the Post-Conflict Process (2011) (Oxford University Press), ISBN 9780195396652
  • Ní Aoláin & Weissbrodt, Development of International Human Rights Law (2013), ISBN 978-1409441298 (Ashgate)
  • Ni Aoláin (ed.), Gross (ed.), Guantánamo and Beyond: Exceptional Courts and Military Commissions in Comparative Perspective, (Cambridge University Press), (2013),

Fionnuala is recipient of the Robert Schumann Scholarship and a fellow at the Hebrew University of Israel. The Schumann scholarship is a funny one, the only way to put it is that it is anti-German, carrying anti-Germaness on forever. There is no other way to put what that scholarship is.

https://www.oxfordscholarship.com/view/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195393859.001.0001/acprof-9780195393859-chapter-1

Yeah they delete this stuff but there is always a way back.

https://web.archive.org/web/20180607020922/https://www.oxfordscholarship.com/view/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195393859.001.0001/acprof-9780195393859-chapter-1

 

 

SNP bigots use deep state to target trans activist

The Scottish Establishment in the form of the vile, evil SNP has targeted a trans Councillor for removal for referring to their mad hordes of raving feminazis as “Trans exclusionary.”

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This is another huge battle that needs fought for free speech. The SNP bigots, who despise Scotland need to understand they are not God. The funny thing here is they have probably created another voice for free speech.

Looks like they have a Common Purpose “Standards Commissar” as well.

From the BBC.

Scotland’s only openly transgender Councillor has been suspended for two months over derogatory online remarks.

The Standards Commission for Scotland said a remark by Gregor Murray “went far beyond what is acceptable.”

The panel said it accepted that the councillor had suffered from “unwarranted bullying and abuse.”

The Dundee councillor had earlier resigned from the SNP, claiming it had a “major institutional problem with transphobia.”

It means the SNP now holds 14 of the council’s 29 seats, but retains an administration with support from independent councillor Ian Borthwick.

The standards commission said the councillor’s use of a “derogatory word in a public forum” had been “highly offensive and inappropriate.”

It said the councillor had also referred to a member of the public as a “TERF” (Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminist), subsequently describing “TERFs” as “scum”, and “hateful and vile.”

Councillor Murray identifies as non-binary and prefers to be referred to by the “they” pronoun, rather than “he” or “she”.

They said they were “severely disappointed” in the panel’s decision.

Councillor Murray said: “I accept that it is not appropriate for me to swear – I have apologised for this on numerous occasions and have already accepted sanctions for doing so.

“I am also extremely worried by the precedent that this has set that TERF is an offensive or abusive term.”

‘Highly inappropriate’

The panel’s chairwoman Ashleigh Dunn said: “Councillors have a duty under the code to treat members of the public with courtesy and respect and cannot, therefore, indulge in offensive personal abuse.