Niall O’ Dowd executed in the name of the Irish Republic
Niall O’ Dowd, who epitomises the true Plastic Paddy, will seek the support of both Fianna Fail and Sinn Fein this week for his intention to run as an independent candidate for the Presidency of Ireland.
O’Dowd who has edited the Irish Voice tabloid in New York for many years has made no secret of the fact that he is a cheer leader for Sinn Fein/IRA criminality. Indeed O’Dowd viewed the cold blooded murder of Garda Gerry Mc Cabe by the Provisional IRA in 1996, as a causality of war, yet O’Dowd was well aware in 1996 that such IRA robberies were carried out in order to fund Sinn Fein election campaigns and plush offices in New York.
O’Dowd has made a personal fortune off the backs of the hard working people of this Island, he has sat for 32 years in the comfort of his luxury offices in New York and been spoon feed daily diatribe from the Sinn Fein offices in Belfast and Dublin.
O’Dowd will seek the support of Sinn Fein and Fianna Fail and that comes as no surprise as no decent law abiding party would ever entertain a Plastic Paddy who has truly found the pot of gold at the end of the Irish Rainbow.
If O’Dowd does run as an independent candidate in the election for President of Ireland then he should be executed at the ballot box by the Irish electorate, each vote against O’Dowd is a vote in favour of decency and democracy.
Fn. Plastic Paddy is a term used to describe people who comment with ‘authority’ on the daily lives of Irish citizens while these commentators live a world apart from those daily lives. Irish-Americans donating money to the IRA would also be viewed as Plastic Paddies as they never had to see the results of their blood money.
Please stop sending your plastic paddies to Ireland
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