An American Christian pastor has become the first person ever banned from entering traditionally-Christian Ireland by exclusion powers dating from 1999 to protect the feelings of sodomites and trannies:
Steven L Anderson, a Baptist pastor based in Arizona, came to public prominence in 2009 when telling his congregation he had prayed for the death of then president Barack Obama and also praised the gunman who killed 49 people in an attack on a gay club in Florida in 2016.
His website stated he planned to preach to a congregation in Dublin on May 26th but did not specify the time or venue. An online petition calling for Mr Anderson to be banned has so far being signed by 14,000 people.
Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan signed the exclusion on Sunday in respect of Pastor Steven L Anderson with immediate effect under the Immigration Act 1999.
Section 4 of the Act allows the Minister to sign an exclusion order if he “considers it necessary in the interest of national security or public policy”.
“I have signed the exclusion order under my executive powers in the interests of public policy,” said Mr Flanagan.
The department later confirmed it was the first time an exclusion order had been effected in the 20 years since it was enacted.
Mr Anderson’s church has also gained notoriety for its history of anti-Semitic statements including denial of the Holocaust and for its extremist anti-gay preaching. His church describes homosexuality as “abominations which God punishes with the death penalty”.
The Irish Times first reported the intended visit by Mr Anderson last month and the online petition organised by Changing Attitude Ireland. The Church of Ireland liberal group said the “the notorious anti-gay pastor” had been invited to Ireland by Northern Irish Baptist preacher Stuart Houston.
Sodomites have been given free reign in Ireland, being voted into the highest levels of power. Their Prime Minister isn’t even Irish, which should have immediately disqualified him as suitable for office, but because he’s an open sodomite, the Irish voters decided to give him a pass on the “Irish thing”. The Bible is very clear about the disaster that will befall a people who allow themselves to be ruled over by racial aliens, but since most people in Ireland no longer read their Bibles and have thrown off the “shackles” of Christianity, they are destined to be ruled over by sodomites, Indians, Muslims, and ultimately Jews.
Let’s face it: this New Ireland is exciting and “vibrant”. Rape and murder are on the steady increase. Abortion-on-demand is now legal. Deviants and criminals are protected from punishment and “harassment” by draconian “hate speech” laws that muzzle their critics. The Afro-Irish gangs are making Irish schools too dangerous to learn anything in except juvenile delinquency. White Irish girls are popping out half-castes at alarming rates. But the good news is that the televisions still work, the football teams are still playing, and the pubs are still open. And now government is banning anyone from entering the country who dares question this Irish Babylon.