Very odd how that poster edited the quoted article from Northern Ireland to Ireland, though - is making violent racism/xenophobia the problem of a nation, rather than the problem of a region, advantageous in some way?
Also interesting how the bloggers’ posts were talking solely about racism and white supremacy, even though xenophobia was clearly an issue too (which is why the news article talked about violence targeting central/eastern european immigrants as well — though it should not be forgotten that a lot of anti-CEE sentiment is rooted in anti-Rromani racism).
That whole post is strange. The photos are of African immigrants in the South, and the text is a segment of an article mostly about Asian immigrants in the North, but altered to remove the very important regional context which was the focus of the original article . I have no idea WHY they did it, but the whole thing is willfully decontextualising a bunch of different stuff. Why go to so much trouble?