North Ireland Attack

Please pray for the tragic loss of this reporter. It pains me to think that we are sliding backwards into a world of hate, racism and violence.

Are these home grown terrorist in Ireland the Northerners?

We have excluded presenting the prediction about the attack on the journalists out of respect for the journalists, it’s sarcasm comes off as inappropriate during this period of mourning, but the October prediction is attached and is unfortunately related: Predictions 10-30-18 

World Predictions 12-6-18

When you peddle fear.. when you peddle a divide.. the outcome.. the expectation.. will inevitably be violence and violence is coming.. its coming soon. 

“The Northerners are going to be a threat to the way of life.. to violence.. a legitimate threat.. so much cruelty.. so much violence.” I had a visual of the shadow of a young man with a hand gun pointing at people, I believe he had a beanie on his head. 

The “Northerners” seem to be a new group of terrorist or home grown hate group. It is unlikely the real name but some symbolic jester about ‘north’.  However unconfirmed, I believe the first two predictions are related, keep in mind there are multiple nations where leaders, that came to power in the last few years,  peddle fear instead of hope and unity. The Spirit have growing concerns in Europe and the US.

Notes on 7-19-15

“Ireland.. a warning to you.. the radicals are back” — Spirits Voice

10 thoughts on “North Ireland Attack

  1. The following are from comments on an AP article. Do not know about political parties in Ireland, but most posts say this is not the act of the old group called the “IRA”. Presume “LEO” refers to their police department.
    Eric, please note the reference in comment #2– answer to “beanie” being worn.
    Comment #1)
    “To put this in prospective – this is LEOs conducting a widescale raid on 50 homes in a section of town, for some vague reason to seize weapons for no defined reason..
    No individual warrants or precise location warrants to implement illegal searches and seizures of firearms in individual homes.
    It was just a widescale govt entry into homes and searching them.
    That is why people started rioting. And fighting back.
    The illegal searches and confiscation were the cause of the blogger’s death.
    And a lone gunman who shot blindly. Terrorism? No,that is a misnomer in this case.”
    Comment #2)
    “It started because a Jewish author leftist Remain supporter and provocateur went into an Irish pub and provoked the patrons into making antisemitic comments on film……he filmed this and then turned the recording over to a local DUP party member who then posted it online……Dup is a British nationalist Remainer party……..they then called the police complaining about the content of this tape……..and the police used this tape as an excuse to go around kicking down the doors of their Brexiteer Nationalist opponents.”

    After the rioting started they claimed they were looking for guns and ammunition and nobody mentions this author Tuvia Tenenbom or the tape or any of it in any of the articles since…..”its all IRA this, IRA that”….. which is BS”


  2. Also…assume that the word “blogger” in the first quoted comment is a somewhat derogatory term in Irish slang for a person they do not like for one reason or another….or….could be slangto the fact the casualty was a reporter. (Do not think it refers to an internet blogger as we in the USA would understand it.)

      1. Eric…
        Sorry….I read a LOT….so have seen and heard the term “blogger” used in books (and movies) located in Ireland and/or England. “Slang” is defined as highly informal speech that is outside standard usage and consists of both “coined” (made up) words and phrases and of new meanings given to standard terms.
        Just to give you idea of how much I read……I had read a book once set in Scotland…it said that “ghillie” was Scotish slang for “fishing guide”. Named my male cat Ghillie. Could not be further from truth–won’t eat fish or go NEAR water! ( :

      2. In OUR terminology “blogger” is someone who has a website and posts their ideas or opinions on that site–called a “blog”. But….before this ever came into being here or in the tech world, had heard it said in Irish novels…or movies from UK as to describe a person someone did not like for one reason or another.

  3. God, I hope things settle down there. I’ve done a lot of research on the Irish Troubles, the 30 plus years of bombings and shootings and sectarian divides. The stories from that era are absolutely heartbreaking.

    Hopefully people will stay calm and not let the violence spiral–the people, especially the children of Northern Ireland, deserve peace.

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