It's by now become standard operating procedure for the MSM to go out and interview the 'New Irish' after every St. Patrick's Day Parade as we celebrate the now fully diversified occasion.
The main question asked is: 'How does it feel to be Irish?' and it brings some fascinating responses. As you can imagine.
As I'm keen on celebrating diversity myself, as indeed are you all, I decided to do my own personal set of interviews especially for this blog. First I took in my local parade and it was the most diversified event you could imagine. That is, there were no white people to be seen. A diversocrat's wet dream! The participants got fully into the spirit of the event by dying green all the heroin on sale - a thoughtful and culturally sensitive gesture in my view.
Then as planned I undertook a couple of interviews. First up was Magalopi 'Aoife' Babawanda. A well built woman with determined gaze, I immediately sensed that she represented the ideal of the New Irish.
'How does it feel to be Irish? 'It feel great. Pasport me can go anywhere. Me and all the chirruns and all their fathers (not sure how many) all gets free school, free house, free health. Much better than Congo.'
I then asked Mohammed el-Khabar bin Sulieman al Osama Kemal if he'd do a short interview. He eventually agreed, having first playfully waved what I assume to be a toy pistol in my face.
'How does it feel to be Irish? 'Not bad but too many infidels here. Back in Afghanistan we'd have killed them all by now but too many of them here and not enough of us. But, by the Beard of the Prophet, at the rate the infidels are leaving and the rate the soldiers of Allah are arriving it shouldn't be too long before the streets run red with their blood.'
At that he again playfully pointed the gun at me and headed off to the town's spanking new mosque, twice the size of the local church.
Can't wait for next year's parade.
Long live the new diversified Ireland.