Last night saw RTÉ air its ‘New Gaels’ documentary and it earned much applause from viewers of the show on Twitter.
In case you missed it, you can watch the documentary here on the RTÉ Player.
If people from the Wesht ever get to run this country (& I am the son of Roscommon parents), think I'd rather live in the Ireland of @Akram_S7 than that bearded lunatic from Castlerea, & @ZakmoradiGAA being seen as a "culchie" in Dublin is class. Great stuff from #NewGaels— Aidan Fitzmaurice (@fitzmaidan) September 10, 2020
An inspiring hour. The future is bright. #NewGaels— LenMarkMe 📻 (@MarkLennyskillz) September 10, 2020
#NewGaels is amazing after only a few minutes. The GAA can have such a huge role in making people feel welcome— Timmy Hammersley (@TimmyHammersley) September 10, 2020
Well done to @Akram_S7 @boidusayeh Jeannie and Zak on sharing their positive stories tonight. As we approach GAA National Inclusion day on September 23rd, we must further increase our efforts to welcome everyone into our clubs #NewGaels https://t.co/UOx18RTSHe— DCU Dóchas Éireann GAA Club (@DCUDocEirGAA) September 10, 2020
My god. What a timely reminder #NewGaels is that this country is for the most part and best part a place of acceptance and kindness.— 📻 Ed's Myth 📻 (@EdTodayFM) September 10, 2020
Anyone who has an issue with it are the only minority that pose the threat to this country.
May they get an O'Neills in the face on a cold day 😉