Irish government demands access to people’s private social media conversations to spy on anti-mass migration sentiment
By Ethan Huff // Dec 03, 2023

In response to the recent protests that broke out in Dublin, the government of Ireland is demanding access to people's private social media conservations to identify and punish anti-mass migration sentiment.

The mostly peaceful protests broke out after an Algerian migrant stabbed three children outside an Irish primary school. Authorities were more upset about the protests than the murderous incident that spurred them.

It turns out that Algerian migrant should have been deported from Ireland something like 20 years ago after being previously arrested and later released for carrying a knife.

Irish citizens have been creating memes about the Algerian migrant in private conversations on WhatsApp, which the Irish government wants access to so it can spy on these conversations.

"Gardai will be able to access and intercept private conversations on social media sites under new legislation, as the Justice Minister promised to crack down on crime following the riots in Dublin," reported the Irish Times about the matter.

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Irish citizens opposed to mass migration to be snitched on by mobile phone companies

As if that is not enough, the Irish government's new anti-dissident legislation also allows it to demand "cell site location data" from mobile phone companies. This will allow the government to track down dissidents and punish them.

Critics of the new law say it unleashed "de facto mass surveillance of the entire population."

Billionaire electric vehicle (EV) guru Elon Musk spoke out against the legislation on X (formerly Twitter), warning his follows that Irish citizens could soon be arrested and imprisoned simply for having an "offensive" meme on their phone.

X posts tweeted by mixed martial arts (MMA) and boxing professional Conor McGregor about the stabbings are reportedly already under investigation by the Irish government. McGregor expressed anger at the stabbings, condemning the act of violence.

Unbelievably, Irish barrister Joe Brolly expressed the opposite in a statement to the media, suggesting that the Algerian migrant is a "gentleman." Brolly further added that "three women took it upon themselves to protect him and probably saved his life" from the angry mob that followed the stabbings.

"There are tons of end-to-end encrypted chat apps way outside their jurisdiction and scope of control," one commenter wrote about the impotency of Ireland's new anti-dissident law. "If China cannot stop their citizens from using loopholes to get around blocks, the Irish government hasn't a snowball's chance in hell of controlling the internet."

Another suggested that everyone in Ireland purchase a "burner" or throwaway phone, replace its operating system, and run a virtual private network (VPN) to bypass the censorship.

"Now it will be about punishing the Irish for speaking out against government," this same commenter wrote. "That's called authoritarianism."

"There is no end to how evil these b*****ds are in Ireland. Feather their own nests and bring tyranny on the people. Bring back the death penalty and sentence them all."

"These types of leftists have no moral values or empathy for the victims," wrote another.

The latest news about the illegal migrant invasion around the world can be found at Chaos.news.

Sources for this article include:

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