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The Gaslighting Of Irish Men With Dr Eoin Lenihan

Niall Boylan | November 23, 2023
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    The Gaslighting Of Irish Men With Dr Eoin Lenihan
    Niall Boylan

In this compelling interview, Niall engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Dr. Eoin Lenihan, an independent journalist and researcher, about the aftermath of the brutal murder of Irish school teacher Ashling Murphy. The focus of the discussion revolves around the gaslighting of Irish men by politicians and journalists in the wake of this tragic event.

The episode explores the media’s swift narrative shift, labeling the situation as a ‘femicide epidemic’ and attributing blame to Irish men as a collective. Dr. Lenihan provides a critical analysis of the statistics, shedding light on the misleading framing of the issue. He challenges the portrayal of a widespread danger posed by Irish men, emphasizing the need to address the real issues of open borders and mental health crises in Ireland.

The script delves into the details of the murders discussed in the media, highlighting the nuances often omitted from the narrative. Dr. Lenihan argues that the focus should be on responsible governance and addressing the root causes, such as mental health and family conflict issues, rather than scapegoating an entire gender.

As the conversation unfolds, Niall and Dr. Lenihan dissect the rhetoric surrounding the gaslighting of Irish men, questioning the motivations behind the media’s narrative and its impact on public perception. The episode serves as a platform for a nuanced discussion on gender dynamics, societal issues, and the importance of addressing the real challenges faced by the nation.

In the concluding remarks, Niall and Dr. Lenihan underscore the significance of truthful discourse, emphasizing the responsibility of media and policymakers to engage in transparent discussions that lead to effective solutions.




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