Over five months ago, David Stanton, TD, Minister of State in the Department of Justice and Equality, responsible for Equality, Immigration and Integration, requested alternatives for accommodating refugees and migrants in an interview on Clare FM. This was during the outcry when the charming Irish village of Lisdoonvarna was faced with having 100 “refugees”, equal to a third of their population, forcibly inserted into their midsts, despite having consistently said no to this proposal and voting unanimous vote for no. Genocidal David Stanton even admitted on TV that residents do not have a say. We sent the Minister a letter outlining alternatives, and despite having acknowledged receipt on 21st March, at both his official email addresses, we have still heard nothing. Indeed they continue to accept refugees in record numbers, without any transparency, whilst not deporting failed or false claimants further clogging up the system and exacerbating the problem.
The 100 “refugees” in Lisdoonvarna could easily quadruple and overwhelm the entire village as refugees are allowed to bring grandparents, cousins, nephews, nieces and siblings to Ireland by expanding the reunification programme! David Stanton had to admit that one refugee had applied to bring in 70 of their family members. The average number per application was 20. The International Protection (Family Reunification) (Amendment) Bill 2017 to expand the family reunification programme, has passed by Seanad Éireann and is supported by several Independents as well as Fianna Fáil, Labour, Sinn Féin and the Green Party. Remember that when you next vote.
Our alternative proposals were:
Firstly, it is a well known fact that we can house and care for 12 migrants / asylum seekers for the cost of every one in Ireland or Europe, if we do so in North Africa or the Middle East, closer to their home countries.
Over $600 MILLION was sent out of Ireland to Nigeria in 2011 – imagine the refugee centre that could build in North Africa! The president of Nigeria himself has said Nigerians who had joined the migrant exodus to Europe were doing so purely for economic reasons rather than because they were in danger and their reputation for crime has made them unwelcome. Are we suckers?
Why are we not housing them out of State? Are we happy to deny 11 out of every 12 migrants a chance to a better life?
Who are we to say who gets to win the lottery of a better life in Ireland out of the 3 Billion poor that want to come to The West to indulge in the cash handouts taken from taxpayers? Refugees have a better life in Ireland than locals do, driving later model cars and living in nicer houses and having more cash to spend!
Secondly, this issue would not be so severe if you actually deported failed asylum seekers and migrants!
In 2018, Only 5% of Italy’s 630,000 migrants were recognised as genuine refugees!
In 2016, only 12.9% of asylum cases in Ireland were approved and in 2015, 3,350 failed asylum seekers had lived in Ireland for over five years. There are 3,350 places right there as 40% of people living in direct provision in 2016 had deportation orders!
If you consider the Dublin Agreement where Asylum seekers must claim in the first safe country they arrive in, Ireland should have none! None of our bordering nations have problems that would create refugees. To the contrary, Ireland and her neighbouring states fought and died to save freedom and democracy in the World Wars, unlike refugees who flee like cowards, deserting their country and family. They certainly won’t be going back now that Syria is largely safe.
Who is funding all of this? Houses were bought in New Ross to house 65 refugees / migrants. Everything was done in secret under the cloak of “it is not public taxpayer funds, so there is no accountability required” – this according to one TD in Wexford. So were councilors able to sell their own third or fourth properties to the state? Were commissions paid, to who? Etc. Etc.
The idea that these funds come from an EU occupation/slush fund don’t seem to bear out? EU does not pay capital costs, so the only other source is taxpayer funds, which would require transparency.
The act of offering Irish Businesses and Property Owners, like Marcus White, Coin to sell out their Kith, Kin and Country, DESPITE there being a viable alternative out of State, is disgraceful to say the least. It certainly begs the question if there is an ulterior motive?
To say that the locals have no rights to say no is totalitarian to say the least!
To use racebaiting, or false concocted accusations of racism, as a cudgel to guilt trip and force local Irish residents in the very heart of Ireland to accept the yoke of “integration” and conquest is even more disgraceful.
Why are these people being given a path to citizen ship? Is there no intention of returning them back to their country of origin to help rebuild their country after hostilities end, as has mostly occurred in Syria now?
Is Ireland stealing talent and labour from 3rd world countries that badly need them just to boost the profits of Oligarchs, who fund their political campaigns?
Why are refugees / migrants given full EU rights and allowed to compete in little towns which are already hard hit by poverty and unemployment? You know they will undercut local wages or even work unofficially and still draw welfare. Or is that the idea? To swell your donations from corporate donors who want lower wages and more obedient consumers?
Lisdoonvarna was just the start of the pushback of the People… Do you want to force Ireland into an IRExit? Why does the EU not take its foot off the enforced mass migration throttle? (Frontex is an EU operation). Despite this single issue leading to its own destruction they barge on unrelenting? WHY? Clearly mass immigration and racemixing is their raison d’être! Enforcement of the Kalergi plan…
What hurts is when these invaders start committing crimes, the Establishment will just claim it is normal crime…