The story of the homeless boy, “Sam” has gone viral after pictures of the five year old boy were posted online of him eating his dinner on Grafton Street in Dublin on Tuesday night.
“No One Has A Moral Superiority On Homelessness” – Simon Coveney claims, yet Fine Fail continue to overheat demand for housing with too few houses being built and increased mass immigration. He blames “population growth” in which they aim to increase Ireland’s population by importing a million by 2040!
Where will the 1 million imports live?
It is not rocket science… but goes way over the head’s of brainwashed normie Continue reading…
Irish Freedom Party candidate in the upcoming Wexford by-election is Melissa O’ Neil
The by-election is due to be held in the Dáil Éireann Wexford constituency in Ireland in November 2019, to fill the vacancy left by the election of Independents 4 Change TD Mick Wallace to the European Parliament.
It will be held on the same day as three other by-elections in Cork North-Central, Dublin Fingal and Dublin Mid-West. The Electoral (Amendment) Act 2011 stipulates that a by-election in Ireland must be held within six months of a vacancy occurring.
Candidates already declared are:
Fine Gael Verona Murphy
Fianna Fáil Malcolm Byrne
Irish Freedom Melissa O’Neill Continue reading…
The Department of Justice & Equality recently published a progress report on the “Migrant Integration Strategy 2017-2020”. I go through that document looking at policy objectives, how much money they’re spending and where it’s going. This paper demonstrates the existence of an “immigration industry” beyond any doubt.
There was no “far right” penetration of the Oughterard protest! Ireland has a self inflicted “migrant crisis” yet are not prepared to admit it!
Only last Saturday the far right leader Justin Barrett was snowflaked in Eyre Square, Galway, as he tried to penetrate into the West, he has no presence whatsoever in Oughterard, and he was forced to turn back. Continue reading…
Mick Barry, Solidarity/PBP TD for Cork North Central, told Katie Hannon on RTÉ’s Late debate that he believed that the “intervention by the extreme right” in Oughterard was “probably the most successful intervention for the extreme-right in any community in this country so far.”
According to Newstalk, the Department of Justice has said the withdrawal of the Oughterard bid was “disappointing” and will “exacerbate a very serious situation in terms of a shortage of accommodation for those who come to Ireland seeking accommodation”. They warned Ireland was “perilously close” to a situation where accommodation cannot be offered to asylum seekers. Continue reading…
RTÉ’s Drivetime heard that a committee from Oughterard who travelled to Dublin to have meetings with both Minister David Stanton and Direct Provision operator Seán Lyons of Fazyard felt they had been intimidated by Lyons.
Fazyard has purchased the Connemara Gateway Hotel in Oughterard and has tendered an application with the government to use it for accommodating asylum seekers. The Sunday Business Post reported that Fazyard last year received €5.5 million for housing about 500 asylum seekers, bringing its total to €33 million over 12 years. Continue reading…
Watch video here: iTV.ie : https://itv.ie/michael-collins-td-cork-south-west-proper-consultation-needs-to-take-place-with-rural-communities/
Micheal Collins TD for Cork South West says proper discussion and consultation has to take place before hotels are commanded for direct provision centres. A bigger discussion needs to take place which address the real concerns people have and also to be humane for those refugees who need it. Continue reading…
Watch video here: iTV.ie : https://itv.ie/hipsters-are-finally-concerned-about-globalisms-destruction-of-dublin-after-closure-of-dive-bar/
Hipsters are finally concerned about globalism’s destruction of Dublin after the news that the Bernard Shaw pub is to cease operation but not everyone is upset.
Drivetime heard from Cllr Mannix Flynn who said that there was a living community in the Charlemont flats nearby who were harangued, hassled and disregarded by the clientele of the bar whom he described as hipsters as “they weren’t cool.”
Flynn said that not everybody was in agreement with the type of noise that the local people had to put up with.
“In those 13 odd years, they managed to antagonise and make the area hostile for the local community who lived in Charlemont flats.”
“They’re the ones who set themselves up in the neighbourhood and thought for some strange reason everybody was going to enjoy the noise and people said ‘no’.”
Watch video here: iTV.ie : https://itv.ie/over-1500-march-in-silent-protest-against-accommodating-asylum-seekers-in-oughterard-hotel-yet-rte-ignores-it/
Over 1,500 people marched in a silent demonstration through the town of Oughterard on Saturday in opposition to any plans to accommodate asylum seekers at the former Connemara Gateway Hotel. The population of the town was 1,318 according to the 2016 census.
The protesters started their procession at Oughterard church and finished at the hotel. Protesters were asked to wear yellow vests in one flyer.
The march took place a day after Taoiseach Leo Varadkar urged TD Noel Grealish to “withdraw” and clarify his claim at a monster meeting last week that persecuted Christians from Syria would not be accommodated at the hotel and the people who would be coming were African economic migrants who wanted to “sponge” off the system. His remarks received a huge applause:
Watch video here: iTV.ie : https://itv.ie/the-only-information-that-was-required-was-how-to-stop-this-thing-fianna-fail-councillor-seamus-walsh-on-oughterard/
Fianna Fáil Councillor Seamus Walsh spoke to Galway Bay FM this morning to discuss the monster meeting last night in Oughterard where locals unanimously voted down any plans to use the Connemara Gateway Hotel to accommodate asylum seekers.
“The only information that I felt was was required last night was how to stop this thing. There was a plebiscite taken with a show of hands and to use the word unanimous…the people do not want this abhorration to come to our village.”
“I’m calling on the people of Oughterard to get out there and find an investor. The only way I can see this being solved peacefully and done properly is for that hotel to be developed as the jewel in the crown that it is — a 64 bed hotel on the Connemara gateway serving the tourist community of Ireland.”