An Honest Conversation: Derek Blighe
‘Our fascination with wealth and materialism has blinded us to a dark force that has been operating in our underbelly for many years now . . . trying to destroy us as a people.’
Derek Blighe first came to public attention in Ireland early this year when, as a builder/tradesman, he offered his services free of charge to assist in the construction of new homes for the homeless — provided that a proportion of them would be allocated to Irish people. He met with an unequivocal No! from the exploding mass migration industry, which insists that all houses becoming available in Ireland must be given to what are automatically and unquestioningly described as ‘refugees’ — mostly, in recent times, from Ukraine, but increasingly from other places, as word gets out that Ireland has a limitless supply of houses for those claiming asylum or refugee status. Even as it emerged that many of these ‘refugees’, including ‘Ukrainians’, were scamsters seeking to exploit Ireland’s (ostensible) ‘generosity’, nothing changed, because none of it has anything to do with either generosity of compassion, but is directed at the execution of an ideological programme of diluting and eventually replacing indigenous European populations so as to fill our nations up with indifferent aliens, who will not care when these nations are, in due course, destroyed.
Since then, Derek has become a familiar face from the frontline of this — yes — war: on Telegram, YouTube and elsewhere, investigating and exposing the scam that is the Irish mass migration industry, whereby many exploiters and predators seek to gain from the destruction of Ireland’s life and culture, and, in the longer term, the supplanting of its population with indifferent outsiders. A true Frontline Worker, Derek Blighe works to expose the duplicity and wickedness of the system and to urge his countrymen to wakefulness and action.