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Another one of the Irish

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Coyoacan Thu 19-Nov-20 03:39:28

What I found exciting was the pasting he got.

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notyourhandmaid Thu 19-Nov-20 01:08:49

Murphy is such a chancer. Pretends to be a working-class hero when he's solidly middle-class and private-school-educated. Jumped onto Repeal when it suited him and not a moment before.

Cailleach1 Wed 18-Nov-20 22:27:07

The irony. He talks about 'gender norms' being forced on society. And how this 'control' has to be challenged. Not too wrong there, honey bunch. He seems to want us to think this is only the 'gender norms' that were 'forced' in the past. Only the former ideology. Oh, and isn't he so progressive about it, with his new ideology to replace it. As this replacement 'gender' power grip is forced on Irish society to the detriment of women again, and again women are bad if they challenge a misogynistic ideology being forced on them.

I won't be lectured to by the 'likes' (to quote him) of him. The tribunals and inquiries revealed how easily the previous men who sanctimoniously promoted their ideologies were also unconcerned with the misogynistic climate of injustices and brutalisation their tenets meant for Irish women.

ArabellaScott Wed 18-Nov-20 20:16:50

The comments are heartening. smile

ForeverFaithless Wed 18-Nov-20 19:28:44

Another one I can't stand the sight or sound of. I think he's known as a champagne socialist. Absolute git.

Coyoacan Wed 18-Nov-20 19:20:20

This eejit woke TD posted on facebook and got a pasting

www.facebook.com/paulmurphytd/posts/3522001514554897?comment_id=3524181834336865¬if_id=1605726261600211¬if_t=feedback_reaction_generic&ref=notif

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