Paddy Jarmo, who starred in the TV series “The Wire” and has been a regular in the country’s political sphere, said today that he is no longer afraid of criticism and said he is not worried about the growing political tension in Ireland.
The 44-year-old has written a song about his political experiences and how he feels his country is headed down the wrong road.
He told The Irish Post that he would not be afraid of being labelled a fascist or an extremist.
He said the country needs a more robust approach to the problems of a fractured society.
“We are no longer the enemy.
We are not going to turn against each other,” he said.
He also said the media had to be more responsible for reporting on the country and its issues.
“The media is responsible for what they report and how they report it.
We are in a situation where we have a situation that we have got to manage,” he added.””
I think the media is a bit of a mess, but that is the reality of it.”
We are in a situation where we have a situation that we have got to manage,” he added.”
There are a lot of issues that we are facing in the state of Ireland.
We have got a lot to deal with, and that is where we need to come together and deal with the issues.
“It is going to be a tough time.
There is going on a lot in the Irish psyche, and we need a better understanding of that.”