Let us start with an outline of the history of the Jews’ conspiracy in the Emerald Isle, to put things in perspective, as we look into the role of the Jew Shatter, as Ireland’s Minister for Justice and Equality, and Defense, today.
The early seat of the Jews’ conspiracy in Ireland was a coronation stone, often reconciled with or at least likened to the Lia Fáil, which was ostensibly brought to Ireland from the Norse city of Failias, by the Merlin-like magus Morfesa the Druid, accompanied by a heroic race of Scythian descent, known as the Tuatha dé Danann. For the Lia Fáil was really a mythical counterpart of an old red sandstone coronation stone used as a coronation stone by a succession of crypto-Semitic royals who’d emigrated from the southwest of Scotland to Dalriada in Ireland, and had been crowned on it, on the Hill of Tara, up until the reign of the Irish High King Muircheartach McErc.
The Irish coronation stone and a marble coronation chair were later placed in a church built by Fergus Mor McErc on the Isle of Iona, which was ruled by a Dalriadic king; and then removed to Dunstaffnage Castle, east of Iona, where they were used as a coronation throne by Semitic royals, up until the reign of Kenneth MacAlpin who was crowned the first king of the united kingdom of the Picts and Scots (i.e., Scotland) on the Irish coronation stone, aka the Stone of Destiny or “Speaking Stone”, in 843 AD.
The Irish coronation stone and marble coronation chair were later removed from Dunstaffnage to the Moot Hill in Scone, Perthshire, by Kenneth MacAlpin, who’d won a decisive victory there over the Picts. That is, until Edward I brought the Stone of Scone to Westminster, in 1296; leaving the marble coronation chair behind, but celebrating the Scots’ subjection to him, by placing the coronation stone in the base of a hardwood coronation chair, in Westminster, and thus imitating the place it had earlier occupied in the marble chair in Scone, in Perthshire.
But the the important thing to notice here is that the Dalriadic kings and kings of the united kingdom of the Picts and Scots (Scotland), crowned according to the Stone of Scone, were not just Semitic kings, but also received by the Jews as ostensibly of the lineage of Israel’s King David. Hence Jews under their rule celebrated the history of the Irish coronation stone in a legend that said it came to Dalraida from Spain, and to Spain from Egypt, and to Egypt from the Promised Land with the sons of Israel’s patriarch Jacob.
Jews of that ilk also applied the motif of “Jacob’s Pillow” to the Stone of Scone, to celebrate the rest from persecution the Jews in Britain anticipated under the reign of the Semitic kings who’d been crowned on it. For that legend was, of course, concocted from the biblical account of Israel’s patriarch Jacob resting his head on stones for a pillow, and receiving a promise from God at that time, that one of his offspring would rule the world for the Jews, in a new age.
In the light of the foregoing it should come as no surprise to find that superstitious Jews also nicknamed the Stone of Scone the “Speaking Stone” in Ireland; because they believed the kings crowned on it reigned according to the oracular promises relating to the reign of a Davidic king, as given by inspiration of God in the Old Testament.
Understandably, with time, infighting took place between the Semitic royals of Britain; and that was well illustrated by the creation of the Ulster Banner, which was used by a branch of old-line Semitic royals to celebrate their role in the government of Northern Ireland from 1953 to 1973, and patterned after the coat of arms of the (former) Government of Northern Ireland and the flag of the Irish province of Ulster.
For the Ulster Banner displays a red hand, superimposed on a Magen David beneath a royal crown; and as such, it was being secretly used to celebrate a branch of ‘Davidic’ Semitic royalty ruling in a covert way in the shadow administration of Ireland according to their own sovereignty or in rebellion against the more powerful and leading British branch of (more diluted) Semitic royalty with its seat in Westminster.
For Jews had concocted the Ulster Banner’s design from the Old Testament account of the birth of Israel’s patriarch Judah’s twin sons; and the episode of the midwife tying a scarlet thread to one twin’s hand, to signify that he was the firstborn and had the birthright.
For Jews, of course, knew that it would be by a son of Judah that the messiah would come to Israel; and hence the red hand on the Ulster Banner was used by Jews in Ireland to signify that an older, ‘leading’, Dalriadic branch of ‘Davidic’ Semitic royalty ostensibly had the right to rule Ulster in a quasi-messianic way, before the more diluted Semitic royalty, of the monarch reigning from Westminster.
The Ulster Banner ceased to have official government sanction, after the Parliament of Northern Ireland was dissolved by the British government under the Northern Ireland Constitution Act 1973; which was effectively reiteration of subjugation of Northern Ireland to the rule of the leading ‘Davidic’ branch of Semitic royalty in Britain at that time.
Semitic royals in Ulster commissioned the Provincial IRA, the Ulster Volunteer Force, and the Royal Ulster Constabulary (controlled by Freemasons), as their principal exponents in the Irish “troubles”, which were only ostensibly conflicts between Protestants and Catholic nationalists. The separatist Sinn Féin party wasn’t originally an asset of the crypto-Semitic royals of Ulster; but it has been surreptitiously used by conspirators of that ilk to foster a pro-Jewish, antichristian, Marxist regime throughout Ireland in recent times.
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Alan Shatter is a Jew in Irish politics. Alan Shatter is acting like a Jew. Alan Shatter is using his power to break Holy Mother Church in Ireland. Alan Shatter is a de facto henchman of the Zionist project, the destruction of Christendom, the installation of ZOG, the Zionist Occupation Government. That is not quite what the Wikipedia has to say but then the Wiki is part of it too. Others are less amused by him.
“Shatter was born in Dublin to a Jewish family. He was educated at The High School, Dublin and Trinity College, Dublin. He has always lived in Dublin — he grew up in Rathgar and Rathfarnham and lives now in Ballinteer with his wife Carol and two children. He supports Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, and is the only Jewish member of Dáil Éireann.
“He was first elected to the Dáil at the 1981 general election, and was re-elected at each subsequent election until he lost his seat at the 2002 general election. He was re-elected at the 2007 general election. Shatter was a member of Dublin County Council from 1991 to 1999 for the Rathfarnham area.
“Having a legal background, Shatter has proposed much legislation during his time as a TD. While in opposition, he published more Private member’s bills than any other TD had done previously. His bills were successful in making changes in areas such as health, sport and justice, with the government often amending bills that he brought forward and adopting them as their own. Even prior to becoming a member of the Oireachtas, Shatter satirised some of the measures inherent within a 1979 Family Planning bill in the form of his nationally published booklet, “Family Planning – Irish Style”.
“During the 1980s Shatter successfully lobbied for the establishment of an Oireachtas Committee on Foreign Affairs. He was a member of the Committee from its foundation in 1992, apart from a brief period in 1993 to 1994, and its Chairman from December 1996 to June 1997.
“During a period in 1993 to 1994 he was removed by party leader John Bruton as a disciplinary measure for breaking the party whip. This was occasioned by his voting in the Dáil in favour of a Bill to ban live hare coursing. Shatter was president of the Irish Council against Blood Sports for a time.
“During his time in the Dáil, he has been a Fine Gael Front Bench spokesperson on Law Reform (1982, 1987–88); the Environment (1989–91); Labour (1991); Justice (1992–93); Equality and Law Reform (1993–94); Health and Children (1997–2000); Justice, Law Reform and Defence (2000–02); Children (2007–10); and Justice and Law Reform (2010–11).
“During his time out of politics after losing his seat at the 2002 general election, he practiced as a solicitor and was a partner of the firm Gallagher Shatter. Among his professional affiliations, he is a Fellow of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. He is currently chairman of the ATIC, an organization campaigning for the reform of inheritance tax laws in the Republic of Ireland.
“One of Alan Shatter first portfolio’s as new minister of justice in 2011 was dealing with the scandals of child abuse involving the Catholic church, he is responsible for the release of the Cloyne report. In the wake of several sex abuse scandals, the Fine Gael–Labour government announced controversial plans to criminalize failure to report an allegation of child abuse even in the confession box. Seán Brady, the Catholic primate of all Ireland, condemned this as compromising the seal of the confessional.
“During the 2009 Gaza War, Sinn Féin TD Aengus Ó’Snodaigh claimed that Shatter and the Israeli ambassador to Ireland had exposed the Oireachtas committee on Foreign Affairs to “propaganda, twisted logic and half truths”. Ó’Snodaigh also said that Joseph Goebbels, the Nazi propaganda minister, would have been proud of it. In February 2009, during a sitting of the Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs concerning the Gaza conflict, Shatter clashed verbally with Professor Ilan Pappé, Professor of History at the University of Exeter, accusing Pappé of biased scholarship and historical inaccuracies.
“On 9 March 2011, he was appointed as Minister for Justice and Equality and also as Minister for Defence in Enda Kenny’s cabinet.
Shatter is guilty of colluding in making war using the Irish army for pointless operations in Africa.
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