TWO IRISH FAMILIES LIVING UNDER NEW KILKENNY BRIDGE. Kilkenny local radio recently interviewed 2 families sleeping rough in tents under the new Kilkenny city St. Francis Bridge on the CAS route, one from Kilkenny, one from Athlone, whilst 60 alleged “refugees” were secretly given their own lovely new permanent houses in Kilkenny with all the trimmings including having their family flown over from wherever, yet no Councillor or TD has breathed a word about this.
The two Irish families who’ve been sleeping rough in tents underneath the new bridge in Kilkenny City say they’ve been told they have to be gone this morning.
Lisa says they were confronted by Gardaí yesterday who ordered that they have until 11 o’clock this morning to move on because of alleged noise complaints from a neighbour. This “neighbour” being the very same woman who opposed the building of the new bridge in the first place, and who is an international socialist member of the Green Party in Kilkenny…
Distraught Lisa said they’re at a loss as to where to go now. Even the London Metropolitan Police don’t move on the homeless sleeping rough. It seems the Gardai have to do the bidding of their far left wing elitist masters. We will keep this in mind next time a migrant or refugee group disturb the peace. Will the refugees then be evicted from their new homes? There is ample evidence to indicate even rape will not move them…
Homeless services in Kilkenny County Council claim they are aware of those sleeping under St Francis Bridge in the city – according to a statement from the local authority.
In a statement to the local radio station, the local Acting Director of Services for Housing, Martin Mullally claimed that the pair from Westmeath could avail of homeless services in their own home county, this despite the fact that migrants from abroad get a permanent home at the drop of a hat, or flash of ethnicity.
The local duo have been offered a “homeless service” by the council. Can you live in a “homeless service” and setup your home and life in it, even if it is in your own ancestral lands? Ancestral lands your grandparents fought and died for to defend their freedoms, not desert kith, kin and Country to claim asylum elsewhere! Is there no longer any value to the sacrifices our forefathers made that we can just flip it off and give it all away for virtue signalling? President Assad of Syria himself has made a statement welcoming all Syrians to now return home in Peace as the war is mostly over.
Can one then ask the council to fly all your extended family over to avail themselves of these “services”? Will the council then fall over themselves ingratiating themselves with you to do your bidding and protect you from “nasty” patriots who they will castigate to no end?
Indeed, would a Syrian VIP family be found living under a bridge? It all reeks of unreasonable double standards and over the top political correctness.
Deeply rural Kilkenny County towns such as Freshford, Tullaroan, Ballyragget, Gowran, Goresbridge, Ballyhale, Paulstown, Inistioge, Mullinavat, Lukeswell, Knocktopher, Mooncoin, Stoneyford and the Rosbercon area are all targeted by the Council for enforced “diversity” to house deserters rather than locals who have been on the housing lists for years, and that’s downright unfair never mind unpatriotic.
All, whether local or newcomer, should have to start at the bottom of the ladder in complete equality of order and treatment regards housing and everything else. But then hypocrisy seems to be the order of the day…
Photo Credit: by Michael McGrath, professional photographer, Kilkenny city.