Calais situation / Refugees, Syria and something else?


#2826

They really really are going for it.

How do you take over a a state, a country and a people?

Simples, the modern method is to tell everyone to stay inside or else they will die or kill other people an if you do not behave, you will die or be arrested.

Pay the population off with fiat money to take back later in tax. While enacting draconian laws suspending constitutional liberties, ending the republic in all but name, attempt things that you would never get a mandate for all in the name of the “crisis”, such as, bringing in more social-troops under the rainbow banner of State administered Love… that’s all a bit mad Ted, sounds too much like a conspiracy theory!!!.

No wonder Peolosi came over to talk to the Dail and Varadkar met Obama in secret. Ireland is the Democratic party model and wet dream.

Welcome to the final stage of the Globalist Coup Ireland, you’re being Kung Flu’d.


#2827

Well Charlie has lost his Citizenship ceremonies. For now.

Got to keep the numbers flowing ya know, cha ching


#2828

I’d bet good money that those figures are being deliberately understated and the actual numbers are north of double that…40,000 approx


#2829

Exactly, and there is no need to be so pessimistic ya freakin’ conservative, at least 100,000!

Car-chung ca-Ching Ching! :moneybag::moneybag::moneybag:

However, dealing with the thin-end-wedge figures of 17K, min hit to exchequer in a year, ballpark, probably €1Bn potential when they all load onto the welfare system, from that base adding in family reunification jive-o potential it’s Goodbye Goodbye O! Goodbye Goodbye O! Crying Racists and Bigots, Goodbye Goodbye O :partying_face:.


#2830

Wake up Paddy. Your kids and grandkids will be a (hated and oppressed?) minority in their own country by 2050. :suicide:


#2831

Complaint made over Healy Rae link to direct provision hotel

A complaint has been lodged with the clerk of the Dáil over the failure of Michael Healy Rae to declare his interest in the company that ran the hotel in Caherciveen, Co Kerry at the centre of the controversy about a direct provision centre.

The Kerry TD had a 25% share in a company, the Skellig Hotel Experience, that held the lease to the hotel in 2019. This company was sold to in December 2019 to businessman, Paul Collins, who runs three other direct provision centres. The Irish Examiner understands that Mr Healy Rae invested €25,000 in the Skellig Hotel Experience company in January 2019 for his shares.

The current complaint was lodged last week by film- maker and former general election candidate, Norma Burke, who laid out five grounds, including three allegations that he had not declared the grocery store company in earlier years and that he had made a false declaration in the 2018 register that he was director of the Skellig Hotel Experience.

She also complained that he had not declared his shareholding in the company if it exceeded the €13,000 threshold.
“Ethics in politics needs a major overhaul,” Ms Burke told the Irish Examiner.

“We were promised reform and we haven’t seen it and this is part of the culture.”

The Skellig Star Hotel has been at the centre of controversy since an outbreak of the Covid-19 virus there last month.

When the controversy arose, Mr Healy Rae initially declared he wasn’t involved in the leasing of the hotel in 2019 but he subsequently accepted that the Skellig Hotel Experience held the lease.

He has remained adamant that he had no knowledge that it would be converted to a direct provision centre.

On Wednesday, the Minister for Justice apologised to the people of Caherciveen over how the centre was opened.

There is more


#2832

More migrants have crossed the Channel illegally this year than the whole of 2019, as a record 164 arrive on nine boats

So far this year, 1,927 migrants have reached the UK in this way, compared to 1,890 for the whole of 2019
By Jamie Johnson

More people have crossed the Channel illegally and reached Britain in the first half of this year than in the whole of 2019, as a record 164 migrants were picked up in one day.

Young children, teenagers and women were seen being processed by immigration officials at Dover after Border Force, the Coast Guard, the RNLI and the French Navy dealt with a flotilla of around nine vessels on Wednesday morning.

One boat used by smugglers to ferry people across the busy shipping lane was thought to be 30ft long and carrying as many as 60 people. Home Office sources said that the vessel was first spotted just off the French coastline, but was shepherded by their Navy all the way to English waters.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/06/03/migrants-have-crossed-channel-illegally-year-whole-2019-record/


#2833

Revenge on the Brexit voters


#2834

Seems to be trouble brewing in Dijon over the weekend

Nothing on the BBC or IT yet, very strange


#2835

Topic created here: France - Dijon, Chechen Gangs out for Revenge


#2836

So this has been included in the Programme for Government:

We will:
• Create new pathways for long-term undocumented people and their dependents, meeting specified criteria to regularise their status within 18 months of the formation of the Government, bearing in mind EU and Common Travel Area commitments.

Somebody has put the figure at 17,000, but as we have seen this is widely considered to be a vastly understated figure.
Then there is the precedent set. How will Ireland ever close it’s borders again once FG/FF/Green have rewarded this illegal activity once? The place is screwed.


#2837

I wonder how that would fly in a referendum ?


#2838

You couldn’t hold it, it would be too racist, it’s even racist to suggest such a thing. Go directly to Gulag. Do Not Collect your €350 covidsky payment comrade.


#2839

Not sure where to post this.
Attempted hatchet job by RTE probably unintentionally helped the new nationalist’s cause.


#2840

Didnt watch the above, but Waters and O’Doherty are ridiculous, both had columns in national newspapers, both eschewed that potential narrative setting platform due to their own egos, if anyone thinks their newfound “nationalism” isnt also ego driven…


#2841

Some one like Waters was never going to be at the IT longterm, his own “friends” at the paper were working to undermine him

National newspapers and RTE all have their own agenda, as time passes they will be less willing to allow people like Waters say anything that strays away from the party line

Have a read of that if you want to know how the IT and I assume most of the Irish media operates


#2842

Interesting read, but just re-affirms that Waters is all ego. 24 years a columnist in on of the organs of the political class, wastes that position, and resigns because his colleagues didnt like him. Imagine being bullied out of a job by the type of people who work at the Irish times :joy:

He had a position from which he could have hammered the political class about things they dont want to discuss, immigration, debt, the EU and NGO sector in the paper they read. There is a reason why Trump is on twitter, its not to engage his base, who are either not on twitter, or are banned from it.

Waters had that position, to make immigration a national talking point, get people asking questions. He gave that up, 24 years for what? fart sniffing debates about theology?


#2843

Meh.

2005
The Irish Times reported sales of 114,528

2019
The Irish Times records daily circulation of 79,021

It’s a dying industry and medium.


#2844

Always consider: “Every dollar of government spending must be raised through a dollar of taxation either immediately or ultimately”


#2845

Indeed, 17,000 is an earrily similar figure to the one touted as the offered as the real potential influx post-accession-state entry by the political and NGO handlers back in the late 90’s/early 00’s when arguing for the EU deal.

Poland alone, with a population of around 7 times Ireland, you might wonder, did anyone even bother to do the crunch the numbers to simulate the demand to enter Ireland as opposed to the feelz?

The figure alone for the polish was 6 digits, 300,000-400,000 or something like that… and not far off what the Uk got but in comparative terms off the scale, and that was one easily indetifiable group arriving as an outcome of the EU treaty.

Basically you can not believe a single piece of information in the media or from politicians. If this is a new concept to people, oh dear, or if they have forgotten, why?.. taking the spin, pr, propaganda and subterfuge at face value (never wondering what have I not been told today) and running with it, has never really worked in favour of the interests of those asked to countenance such pretences as a great and wonderful thing with virtual no know downside affects, in my experience.