Mar 042016
 

Donald Trump might be many things, but he isn’t afraid to build walls. As we know, he’s going to build a wall from Cameron County, Texas, all the way to Tijuana to keep out those pesky Mexicans because, as he pointed out, They’re killin’ us.

The Mexicans, apparently, are killing the most heavily armed country in the world. The Mexicans are killing a country so militarised that it can’t spare any money to provide healthcare for its citizens. The Mexicans are killing the world’s most powerful country.

Imagine what those Mexicans would do to us here in Ireland. Imagine what they’d do to our little state with our tiny army and our public health system, already struggling under the demands of our own citizens.

Waves of Mexicans all trying to kill us, just like they’re killing Trump’s Americans.

A Mexican wave, probably composed of Muslims. Muslim Mexihadists determined to impose their values on our Western way of living.

Thank God we can look forward to to President Trump whose own great-grandfather, Adolf Drumpf, died in the German-Mexican war of 1839, fighting to save Europe from Mexican Muslim slavery.

Imagine what those Mexican Muslim killers would do to our country if they came here with their Islamic tendencies and their newly-found four wives. Before you know it, they’d have all of us chanting Dios es Grande! Far be it from Irish people (or Americans)  to be shouting God is Great. It’s not how our people were brought up.

We leave that sort of thing to the Muslims.

But thankfully, future-President Trump hasn’t forgotten us Irish. He remembers how our finance minister lined up to greet him at the end of the red carpet when he arrived at Shannon in his private plane. He recalls how this has happened to him nowhere else in the entire world. He can hardly believe that a senior member of the government in a European Union member would pose with a harpist to greet a golf-club owner.

And Donald is grateful.

This is why future President Trump has announced that he will not only build a wall across the entire southern border of the United States to keep out the Mexihadists, but also on the West coast of Clare, or Doonbeg to be more precise. The place where he keeps his golf club and where the locals think he’s simply wonderful.

Future President Trump has submitted a planning application to build a sea wall in order to protect his golf club from the Atlantic waves and it’s hard to blame him. If those Mexican Muslims are prepared to invade America, why wouldn’t they invade Ireland too?

In many ways, future President Trump is a true Irish patriot for keeping out the Mexican Wave.

  10 Responses to “Trump wall in Clare holds back Mexican Muslim Wave”

Comments (10)
  1.  

    Oh no, he is a worldwide patriot! If there is such a thing. Or is it worldwide globalism patriotism? Never mind.

    He did warn Sweden and Germany of imminent “islamic extremist terrorism”, using both countries as a bad example because of their refugee policies. Especially Germany, probably still having in mind the Wall, of which the Germans were so perfect to erect and protect. Didn’t work out eventually. Doesn’t bother Trump. Wall is great, especially for blockheads.

    As for his idea to detain the Mexicanist Atlantic waves from his golf club – in April there is a first Clare County Council meeting to decide about his wall building application. And we all know there is a conflict between investments & jobs and political conviction & self respect. I don’t dare to guess the outcome knowing the mindset of local councillors.

    Trump is a muppet, but that he has so many followers is more dangerous, digging into the primitive fears and ingnorances of insecure people. Hitler anyone?

  2.  

    After Super Tuesday, the nightmare scenario seems upon us, and the U.S seems prepared to do the unthinkable, and elect a person with a history of lying, alleged corruption and dodgy finances..,forget Trump, what have decent Americans done to deserve Clinton?

  3.  

    “…seems prepared to do the unthinkable, and elect a person with a history of lying, alleged corruption and dodgy finances…”
    I thought you were talking about the Irish elction ;-)

    As for Trump, there is lying, corruption and dogy finances and there is outright ignorance and megalomania and unadultered racism.
    “Saturday Night” was at it again. Watch it:
    https://www.facebook.com/snl/videos/10153955723081303/

  4.  

    I wouldn’t worry too much about Trump..America’s founding fathers sent up the constitution to protect it from an event like the election of a Trump like figure…the elites in both parties hate him I’d imagine..he’ll get no madness pass Congress

  5.  

    With have Bernie, a Marxist Jew, Pinocchio Clinton, an habitual liar, Evangelical Cruz, also a liar, and The Donald who has yet to go on the record to confirm he’s mad because no one has asked him.

    What’s not to like!

    The USA will never put a Marxist in the Oval office – unless his name is Groucho – and there’s a good possibility that the FBI will recommend charges against Clinton because of the email scandal. If elected, her husband, who she admitted was a “hard dawg to keep on the porch”, will be back in the Whitehouse as the “First Gentleman”, ridin’ interns.

    Looks like The Donald.

    “And what rough beast, its hour come round at last, slouches towards Bethlehem to be born.”

    Let’s hope he doesn’t discover a great, great aunt and start claiming he’s Irish.

    Readers will recall the deeply disturbing scenes when Paddy reverted to type – hoppin’, leppin’ and eejitery in full view of the international media – when Jug Ears was here a few years back and the equally disturbing opening lines to the evil recording by the Corrigan Brothers – There’s No One As Irish As Barack Obama.

    ”O’Leary, O’Reilly, O’Hare and O’Hara
    There’s no one as Irish as Barack O’Bama
    From the ould Blarney stone to the green hills of Tara
    There’s no one as Irish as Barack O’Bama”

    Paddy?

  6.  

    Here in Galway Mexicans might finally get a decent foodie restaurant set up. Not a Gastro pub with Micro Brewery in back but good gut stretched taco and homemade salsa joint.
    So tear down that wall Mr Trump and send some Mexican migrants our way.

    Peace and free love.

  7.  

    Johnnypiles,

    I’m sure you meant Trump would get no madness “past” Congress because there is no such thing as a “madness pass” or “madness pass Congress” though one or the other might come in handy considering the current state of American politics…Your point is well-taken, however, as it was the Founding Fathers’ intention to check the Executive’s powers through that balance of powers that are provided by both the Legislative and Judicial branches. But more recently, at least since FDR, presidents have begun to flex their muscles and use their “executive powers” to push through a whole load o’ shite that becomes national or international policy but are not “legal”. They are not “laws” passed by both houses of Congress, but they are no less real. Obummer has become in this regard one of the most egregious offenders.

  8.  

    Do me a favour and don’t sink to changing people’s names like a seven-year-old in a schoolyard. The man’s name is Obama. This is not Irish Central.

    Also, if anyone’s spelling is to be corrected, I’ll do it.

  9.  

    Thanks, Mr Bock for your selective outrage. I noticed plenty of other examples of misnomers and name-calling in the replies to your post, yet no comments were forthcoming from you or anyone else. Must have been something content-wise in my reply to Johnnypiles that rubbed you the wrong way.

    Do me a favor and refrain from the personal insults when you find yourself unable to provide a rational response.

    Adios amigo!

  10.  

    A “favor”. Indeed.

    Please point out the personal insult that upsets you so much.

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