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    Police suspect a gas leak according to RTÉ.ie

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    Quote Originally Posted by toughbutfair View Post
    Police suspect a gas leak according to RTÉ.ie
    It's the Occam's Razor choice anyway. Looks devastating on the apartment blocks above the cafe.
    Boycott the "Irish" Sun rag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brehony View Post
    Lets bring in more .......

    This multicultural experiment is great gas!
    Indeed
    White lives matter.

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    Macron is getting desperate now.
    White lives matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HenryHorace View Post
    Macron is getting desperate now.
    I can't recall a single French president who wasn't in at least a heightened state of anxiety throughout their tenure (and, in some cases, after). The French presidency is a tough gig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HenryHorace View Post
    Macron is getting desperate now.
    Well there's hardly likely to be a Ceaucescu moment for Macron, is there?
    Regards...jmcc

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    Quote Originally Posted by toughbutfair View Post
    Police suspect a gas leak according to RTÉ.ie

    RTE News today said another protest in Paris 'against the cost of living' - hahaha

    They just cannot tell the truth - not credible anymore.

    Note to RTE - the protests are against the EU and open borders - get your 'reporters' up to speed.
    Last edited by BACKTOBASICS; 12th January 2019 at 08:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BACKTOBASICS View Post
    RTE News today said another protest in Paris 'against the cost of living' - hahaha

    They just cannot tell the truth - not credible anymore.

    Note to RTE - the protests are against the EU and open borders - get your 'reporters' up to speed.
    I checked le monde and that doesn’t mention immigration (although they may be lying too)

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    Originally Posted by brehony View Post
    Lets bring in more .......

    This multicultural experiment is great gas!

    Quote Originally Posted by HenryHorace View Post
    Indeed
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    OFFICIAL GOVT STATEMENT
    Minister Flanagan and Minister Stanton agree to invite unaccompanied minors to Ireland in solidarity with Malta

    Notes for editors

    Ireland has agreed to accept these unaccompanied minors in a gesture of solidarity and humanitarian assistance with Malta. They are part of a total of 298 migrants who have disembarked in Malta following Search and Rescue (SAR) missions in the Mediterranean.

    Under the Irish Refugee Protection Programme (IRPP), Ireland has agreed to accept up to 4,000 asylum seekers and refugees overall into Ireland at the earliest time possible. Since 2015, 2,159 asylum seekers and refugees have been admitted to Ireland under the IRPP, by way of relocation from Greece or resettlement from Lebanon under the UNHCR-led programme. This includes the Syrian families resettled from Lebanon last month.

    Tusla – the Child and Family Agency, has statutory responsibility for the care of unaccompanied minors in the State.
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    is anyone surprised that ISIS never attacked ireland ?

    what we enabled via Shannon etc

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