Tag: racism

“I’m All For Asylum Seekers In Another Town At Least 100km From Me”

THROUGH Waterford man Micheal Duckan’s words and actions, so much about Ireland today is brought to life; not outwardly racist, not outwardly anti-racism, Duckan claims to have no dog in the fight of safely relocating asylums seekers in Ireland, far away from the persecution, violence and possible death awaiting them in their own countries. “Yeah…”… Read more »

“I Just Want To Be Racist In Peace”

AS part of WWNs opinion series, we give a platform to those who don’t really deserve it. This week is the turn of Tipperary school teacher Gerry Dunne, who strives for the good old days when a man could go around being racist without being interrupted or anyone calling him out. They’re all at it now, the young folk, just waiting… Read more »

Rooskey Hotel Applies For Asylum

A HOTEL at the centre of a direct provision row has today approached the Department of Foreign Affairs in a bid to seek asylum from Rooskey, claiming it fears for its life and has to flee the embattled village. The Shannon Key West Hotel made the application early this morning following two separate arson attacks on the… Read more »

WWN Guide To The Perfect Racist Graffiti

WE at WWN have noticed a sharp decline in the quality of the racist graffiti that we encounter around town on a daily basis, most of it is crudely scrawled, barely legible and in many instances makes no sense whatsoever. If you really feel that strongly about living in a multicultural society and you feel… Read more »