Opinion: Dundalk residents only expressed the outrage and disgust felt by ordinary people right across Ireland this week – TheLiberal.ie – Our News, Your Views

Opinion: Dundalk residents only expressed the outrage and disgust felt by ordinary people right across Ireland this week

The people of Dundalk expressed their outrage and disgust with the deranged murdering migrant Mohammed Morei as Gardaí brought him into court on Wednesday night.

The people of this Irish town are rightfully enraged at the brutal killing of Japanese man 24-year-old Yosuke Sasaki, who was working in the town and had come to Ireland to live, work and experience out country and its culture.

The same can not be said for Egyptian Mohammed Morei who after murdering Yosuke, went on to wound two more Irishmen and attack a Garda who bravely managed to apprehend him.

Despite all this, certain left-wing voices on social and mainstream media are feigning outrage at the righteous display of indignation at this cowardly savage.

While Mr. Yosuke’s mother and father make, what must be the most difficult journey of the life, from Japan to Ireland to bring home the corpse of their son and two other Irish men are recovering from wounds, voices are already decrying the fact that people have questioned how this Middle Eastern man entered this country and why he carried out his evil acts.

The PC police in this country are beyond pathetic and moronic they are downright dangerous. They attack the people of Dundalk for expressing their understandable disgust with this animal Mohammed Morei.

They sneer with sheer arrogance at people who dare to ask questions they deem thought crimes and dismiss legitimate concerns, as any kind of common sense is considered racism by these virtue signalling gombeens.

These sad, detached, hateful snobs who condemn the people of Dundalk do not give a damn about the victims of this lone wolf attacker, all they care about is defending their dogma of open borders, mass migration and cultural Marxism.

Any challenge to their narrative, which is so fragile it cannot stand up to even the mildest criticism, is a thought crime in their eyes.

Watch the footage from Dundalk below:


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