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    Default Open door immigration haunting us yet again

    So while our children are being taught in prefabs and the State continues to remove special needs helpers from the education system, we are forced to blow more money and resources on the great immigration scam and entertain the whims of these 4 ingrates who arrived from Africa 2 years ago as unaccompanied minors:

    RT News: Students challenge relocation to Galway

    Are we really to entertain this sort of bs when we're bankrupt?

    Why should a small island in the Atlantic be responsible for teaching African children in the first place? So I'm living in Nigeria or some other hole and I want my children to be educated in Western Europe - and have them fed and sheltered without spending a penny. How to do this you ask? Pop them on a plane to those fools in Ireland of course!

    Where, after all, is the Muslim outrage at these events? As their ancient, deeply civilized culture of love, art and philosophical reflection is hijacked by paranoiacs, racists, liars, male supremacists, tyrants, fanatics and violence junkies, why are they not screaming? Salman Rushdie (2002)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtbooker View Post
    So while our children are being taught in prefabs and the State continues to remove special needs helpers from the education system, we are forced to blow more money and resources on the great immigration scam and entertain the whims of these 4 ingrates who arrived from Africa 2 years ago as unaccompanied minors:

    RT News: Students challenge relocation to Galway

    Are we really to entertain this sort of bs when we're bankrupt?

    Why should a small island in the Atlantic be responsible for teaching African children in the first place? So I'm living in Nigeria or some other hole and I want my children to be educated in Western Europe - and have them fed and sheltered without spending a penny. How to do this you ask? Pop them on a plane to those fools in Ireland of course!

    Yeah of course because everyone in Nigeria knows about Ireland and its open door immigration system and wants to go there to avail of its wonderful health service, luxurious Mosney 'holding centre' and exceedingly generous benefits system grow up.
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    The quicker we keep spending , the sooner the madness will all end..........think of it like that !.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonpartyboy View Post
    The quicker we keep spending , the sooner the madness will all end..........think of it like that !.
    The problem was and remains the gross inequality in terms of wealth and the alienation of our natural resources that has been carried out by FF and supported by the other establishment parties. Another problem is the failure of the Trade Unions to recruit migrant workers and try to prevent Irish bosses using them as cheap exploitable labour to undercut pay and conditions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by antiestablishmentarian View Post
    Yeah of course because everyone in Nigeria knows about Ireland and its open door immigration system and wants to go there to avail of its wonderful health service, luxurious Mosney 'holding centre' and exceedingly generous benefits system grow up.
    So you're not being sarcastic here then? petunia

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    How on earth is it possible for unaccompanied minors to travel from Africa to Ireland? Will someone enlighten me! In this country, unaccompanied minors are not allowed to travel on a long distance bus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clareboy View Post
    How on earth is it possible for unaccompanied minors to travel from Africa to Ireland? Will someone enlighten me! In this country, unaccompanied minors are not allowed to travel on a long distance bus.
    I may be wrong here, but afaik children are allowed to fly unaccompanied provided a parent escorts them to the departure gate, where they are put into the care of a member of the airline staff. They wear a special badge identifying them as unaccompanied children, and have to be accompanied at all times until they are handed over to the care of a designated adult on arrival.

    I'm willing to be corrected on this, though.

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    Its easy: Say your 16 when really you are 26. You have no documents on you to prove otherwise. Bone density scans would sort out this problem though.

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    Love this bit from their solicitor
    "He said they were on a particular path preparing for the Leaving Certificate next year and the move has been detrimental to their studies"

    Obviously perusing an action through the high court won't be detrimental in anyway to their studies.
    Obviously being grateful to the country that took you in and educated you isn't an option.

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