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Thread: Refugees and asylum seekers, coming soon to a place near you

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    Did you see the picture without the face pixeled out , I mean really I’m amazed the teachers didn’t walk out of the school . It was left to students and parents to kick up about it before something was done .

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    Disquiet increases in Rooskey.
    It is claimed the department intends opening the centre in six weeks' time, with asylum-seekers to be placed there as soon as it's open.The facility may accommodate 80 residents, similar to the Richmond Court centre in Longford town.
    6 Weeks! There is no way that is a spur of the moment decision with an ultra quickie building conversion. The owner (who is living it up in the USA) must have been planning this in secret negotiations with the Dept. of Illegal Immigration for quite a long time.

    However, one "new local" assures other locals that there is no need to worry...
    Congo's Lukusa Mfunyi who has lived there for the past year welcomed the news on Shannonside Radio.
    "It is good news ... I'll tell the people of Rooskey not to worry about the people that will come because ... there is always people that are seeking asylum from somewhere because of problems in their country."
    "Yesirree, this is only the beginning; there is an unlimited number of us still to come. Don't worry, be happy."

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    Quote Originally Posted by recedite View Post
    Disquiet increases in Rooskey.
    6 Weeks! There is no way that is a spur of the moment decision with an ultra quickie building conversion. The owner (who is living it up in the USA) must have been planning this in secret negotiations with the Dept. of Illegal Immigration for quite a long time.

    However, one "new local" assures other locals that there is no need to worry...
    "Yesirree, this is only the beginning; there is an unlimited number of us still to come. Don't worry, be happy."
    We have to change the Politicians like Italy changed their Politicians .

    Please Change our Politicians . The Present ones are walking all over us .

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    Quote Originally Posted by blinding View Post
    We have to change the Politicians like Italy changed their Politicians .

    Please Change our Politicians . The Present ones are walking all over us .
    They have no regard for there own citizens , only how progressive they are seen in Brussels
    what a shame , I watched a good interview about a guy describing politicians and he described them as been sociopaths , the only feeling they have is for themselves all others be damed , they are doing a tremendous job on Ireland and it looks like it will continue until the Irish people tell them enough's enough , wake up Ireland .

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    There has recently been a campaign in the media with seemingly political approval to repeal the twenty seventh amendment. This was despite the fact that 80% of the population voted for it in order to prevent the abuse as with the anchor baby scam. Isolated cases of young lads in school who have been in Ireland for a long time and were about to be deported were used as opinion softeners.
    The word was being put out that we are a different country now since we voted on the issue, much more "compassionate" and should show our "caring" side and repeal it. They even had Bacik on the radio suggesting it could be amended without another referendum.

    Then things got a bit sticky.

    Trump highlighted that America was the only country in the World where birth citizenship was allowed. He also said he was going to try to stop it.
    Then there was the Casey vote in which people gave two fingers to the mainstream media and common political opinion. This was a hitherto unknown constituency. It has surely given pause for thought to the establishment.

    Despite this Leo storms ahead and gets himself photographed giving council houses to people who have been in the country a wet week and have no cultural or other links to this society. This is despite all the widely acknowledged homelessness and housing problems.
    He is either stupid or on a some form of globalist crusade or just doesn't give a toss about the future of his country. You have to ask what sort of bubble does he exist in? Dreadful optics, hope it comes back to bite him in the ass in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grin and don't bear it. View Post
    There has recently been a campaign in the media with seemingly political approval to repeal the twenty seventh amendment. This was despite the fact that 80% of the population voted for it in order to prevent the abuse as with the anchor baby scam. Isolated cases of young lads in school who have been in Ireland for a long time and were about to be deported were used as opinion softeners.
    The word was being put out that we are a different country now since we voted on the issue, much more "compassionate" and should show our "caring" side and repeal it. They even had Bacik on the radio suggesting it could be amended without another referendum.

    Then things got a bit sticky.

    Trump highlighted that America was the only country in the World where birth citizenship was allowed. He also said he was going to try to stop it.
    Then there was the Casey vote in which people gave two fingers to the mainstream media and common political opinion. This was a hitherto unknown constituency. It has surely given pause for thought to the establishment.

    Despite this Leo storms ahead and gets himself photographed giving council houses to people who have been in the country a wet week and have no cultural or other links to this society. This is despite all the widely acknowledged homelessness and housing problems.
    He is either stupid or on a some form of globalist crusade or just doesn't give a toss about the future of his country. You have to ask what sort of bubble does he exist in? Dreadful optics, hope it comes back to bite him in the ass in the future.
    Leo is Merkels b1tch and she love to dominate him. Have a look at what has happened in countries when followers of the pedophile prophet took control. Time for Irish people to open their eyes especially women and gay people who have most to lose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blinding View Post
    We have to change the Politicians like Italy changed their Politicians .

    Please Change our Politicians . The Present ones are walking all over us .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Golden Phoenix View Post
    Whatever about the legality or illegality of immigration into Ireland, could we, the taxpayers of Ireland, please have full knowledge of the cost to the State, ie you and me, of this immigration?
    This information is hugely important but seems to be utterly unavailable.
    The housing shortage is the rock on which Fine Gael will truly perish.

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    It's a cunning strategy. Stick em in the the most inbred, back arse of nowhere sh1tholes where the weather is terrible. Yep, welcome to Ireland.

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