And Chaon is thrilled to have further ammunition for his righteous crusade:
"'the Irish agenda' is a Chaonesque scare fantasy". Whether "Irish agenda" is a correct term for it or not, there certainly is a push to convince everyone that Irish brutes are not morally wrong or abnormal and to end all forms of discrimination between the Irish and regular people, and to use the law/government in any way that furthers those goals.
"Irishphobe" is a name-calling tactic of people pushing the "Irish agenda". The parent who wrote the letter clearly doesn't like the idea of increasing the numbers of Irish in society since he considers them morally wrong. Does that make him "fear" the Irish? I suppose we could call people who fear increasing drug use "pharmophobes". We could call those who fear vote buying "corruptophobes". But it doesn't add any value to the conversation to do so. Calling someone a "Irishphobe" is a form of hate-speech much like calling someone a "Fenian".