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An Appeal

If you agree with this blog, if you have read Cassidy’s crazy book or his bizarre ramblings which have been made available online and have found them as ludicrous and worthless as I have, and if you have been amazed at the willingness of stupid and gullible people to champion Cassidy’s cause and take his claims at face value, why not do something about it? Cassidy’s book is currently higher on Amazon’s sales rankings than Ó Dónaill’s Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla. In other words, people would prefer to read this phoney nonsense than a book which contains the distilled wit and wisdom of the Irish people expressed in our beautiful language. And his book is currently rated highly by about five reviewers on both the British and the USA Amazon for every one who criticises him. If you think this is appalling, then leave a hostile review on Amazon. Leave comments on forums where Cassidy-lovers are flaunting their stupidity.  Spend a few minutes to help bring down one of the most pervasive and damaging  intellectual frauds of the last decade.

Let Irish speakers speak for themselves. Don’t allow this lunatic to continue to put meaningless nonsense into their mouths.