For years we've read of various outbreaks of violence in Ulster, or Northern Ireland, but heretofore, the clashes were between the Catholics (identifying as Celtic) and the Protestant 'loyalists' or Unionists, who are descendants of the Ulster Plantation, people who came from the border counties in England, or from Scotland.
Now, thanks to the engineered mass migration of peoples, Northern Ireland is experiencing new problems. This time, it involves Eastern European immigrants who have migrated to Northern Ireland. And we read that Polish flags were burned in Belfast on July 11, by people who object to the presence of the Poles.
The 'Polish community', according to the BBC article, comprises about 30,000 people. This may not sound like much, but considering the small size of Ulster, it is not an insignificant population, either, especially considering that the official count may considerably underestimate the actual number.
Most Poles are Catholic, so an increase in the number of Poles may upset the balance of Catholic vs. Protestant in the province, which religious balance has been so problematic.
The Polish community, in traditional 'minority' fashion, accuses the Northern Irish people of 'racism' and 'bigotry.' Northern Ireland has, so far, had less immigration than most parts of Europe, and has thus not been as likely to welcome newcomers, especially those of disparate backgrounds. This article from 2010 describes how a group of gypsies were expelled from the community in which they had settled, in south Belfast.
The migration of different groups of Europeans to other European countries is defended fiercely by many WNs who seem to believe in a kind of pan-European proposition nation, rather than believing in preserving the original ethnicities of each region in their sovereign countries. If we declare that anybody who is European and White can 'belong' in any European country, regardless of cultural and religious differences, and regardless of immigrants' genetic distance from the host nation, then we are only upholding the ideas of the globalists, who want to erase existing nations from the map, replacing them with 'regions', and to hopelessly scramble the peoples within Europe and elsewhere, as Turkey is now being included in the pan-European camp. As Eastern Europeans migrate en masse to the British Isles or wherever they sense the best economic opportunities, this makes the host countries even more cosmopolitan, and weakens the existing ethnic cohesion, and whatever homogeneity still remains.
Regardless of what the majority belief of WNs may be on this issue, I believe the people of Ulster have every right to object to mass migration from anywhere, especially as it breaks down their culture and weakens their heritage. To champion the rights of certain people like Eastern Europeans to migrate wherever they wish, regardless of the interests of the host countries, is inimical to the genetic and cultural interests of the host peoples.
There is no 'human rights' crisis driving Poles or other Eastern Europeans to other countries. Like the vast majority of migrants wandering the globe today, they are seeking better 'pickings', better economic status. Some will stubbornly say, ''well who can blame them? Don't they have a right to make a living?'' My answer is the same answer that I would give regarding Third World immigrants: why can they not better their own countries so they might stay at home, and moreover, why is it the responsibility of some other country to provide ''opportunities'' for people from failed countries? Most countries in the Anglosphere now cannot even provide enough employment for their own citizens, let alone mass numbers of immigrants.
The peoples of Europe and European-derived countries are going to have to face this issue: is White skin color enough of a credential to give someone a right to come and live in your country? Is it all about 'skin color' or do ways of life and closer kinship ties not outweigh someone's dubious ''right'' to move to your country? Especially when said people are migrating in very large numbers?
Don't England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and other Anglosphere countries have the right to remain who and what they are, without it being called 'racism'?
European peoples are not ''all the same'' regardless of skin color.