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Leo Varadkar's Junk Economics Debunked

Discussion in 'Fine Gael' started by Tadhg Gaelach, Jun 12, 2017.

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    For what died the Sons of Róisín?

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    Was it for this that Pearse and Connolly shed their noble blood?

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    Was it for this that Michael Davitt raised the mighty Land League?

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    'Ireland's housing crisis is completely normal': Government's top housing adviser


    IRELAND DOES NOT really have a major housing issue and its supply problems are “completely normal”, according to the chair of a major state housing body.

    Conor Skehan also said that Irish people tend to be too inward-looking, which has led some people to overstate the severity of the country’s housing problems.

    “Our housing crisis is completely normal. Every country in Europe has equivalent issues in terms of affordability, in terms of homelessness,” he said.

    'Ireland's housing crisis is completely normal': Government's top housing adviser
     
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    Ireland under the Varadkar Régime, many, if not most, of those people in the above photographs sleeping on the streets suffer from mental illness and used to be looked after in Ireland's mental hospitals. But, the Neo-Liberal Fine Gael \ Fianna Fáil Nexus of Corruption closed down the mental hospitals and sold them off to their private chums - some of them to be bulldozed for car parks.



    Suicidal woman allegedly told to ‘go home and overdose’ if she wanted to be seen


    A 47-YEAR-OLD suicidal woman has been refused admittance repeatedly to a Galway hospital’s psychiatric ward.

    The incidents apparently took place at the accident and emergency section of University Hospital Galway after the woman tried to voluntarily check-in to the facility in recent months.
    Following her final refusal, a nurse allegedly told the woman to overdose on her medication if she wanted to be granted access to the psychiatric ward.


    Subsequently the woman did in fact overdose on her medication in the middle of the night. She was finally admitted and has been in the same psychiatric ward ever since.

    “The fact is this psychiatric ward doesn’t want to admit people, only as a last resort, and that’s often just too late,” local councillor Padraig Conneely told TheJournal.ie.

    Suicidal woman allegedly told to ‘go home and overdose’ if she wanted to be seen
     
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    The homeless problem in Dublin and right around the world is primarily caused by drug abuse and secondarily by closing down the old asylums, Asylums were a place of refugee for people that could not cope on the outside. Of course society abused these facilities using them to rid of family members but that could be curtailed in modern times.
    Homelessness is an industry, the Simon community have about 17 million in cash reserves within Ireland, they add to there stash every year. Full time staff earn in excess of 65,000 each.
     
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    A serious allegation against a nurse and highly unlikely to be true. As it's in the journal.ie I shall not be reading the article.
    I am unclear as to where the woman was living in the community, in her own home or a community care house run by the health board.
    Acute psychiatric wards do have the revolving door syndrome, they do not admit everyone that presents for admission. Many people that turn up to be admitted are in so called community care housing, living with other psychiatric patients that they do not relate to at all, in an area where they are recognised as being different and subject to abuse by kids etc. They much prefer the wards to the community care houses.
    Acute wards are expensive to run, I would expect cost per patient per day is excess of 500 euro per day.
    The solution to the revolving door syndrome is to provide long stay wards.
     
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    I would believe that nurse - because what she said is the reality. You would have to do something like overdose to be seen to. The level of psychiatric treatment here is abysmal. As you rightly say, the mental hospitals have been closed down and their occupant turfed out onto the streets. This is the nature of the criminal régime we subsist under. And mental illness, by its very nature, often does require acute care for lengthy periods. The structure of the whole hospital system needs to be changed to allow for this at much more reasonable prices. But, the whole goal of Varadkar and his ilk is to use everything in Ireland, including care for the sock, as a means to enrich their class.
     
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    Fantastic News for the Landlord Gombeens that the Varadkar Régime represents - But will lead to accelerated fertility collapse among the Native Irish and thus accelerated Population Replacement by Mass Immigration.


    House prices to rise 20% over the next three years, ESRI says

    Think tank says the figure could be even higher if housing supply issues are not addressed


    The cost of buying a home will rise by at least 20 per cent over the next three years, according to the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI), which said price growth at such a rate would not mean another property bubble was inflating.


    The latest report from the State-funded think tank says that if economic growth projections are realised and if housing supply issues are not addressed then prices could rise significantly more between now and 2020.

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    Drunken Gombeen, Conor Skehan
    The Chair of the Housing Agency says that the Taoiseach was correct in his comments at the weekend that the homeless crisis in Ireland is low by international standards.
    “There is a homeless crisis in Ireland, but there is one everywhere. Our Government is not doing something wrong,” Conor Skehan told RTÉ’s Morning Ireland.


    “Homelessness is a dreadful thing, but it is normal."

    However, Niamh Randall, of the Simon Community, said that if the Government doesn’t take stock of the situation then “absolutely it is doing something wrong.”
    She said that the homelessness figures in Ireland are “huge” by international standards.
    “We need to do something differently. The private sector cannot deal with the problem. The question is, are we an economy or are we a society?”


    Housing Agency says homelessness is ‘dreadful’ but ‘normal’
     
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    Father Peter McVerry - A real Irish Patriot




    'I am absolutely furious' - Fr Peter McVerry criticises Taoiseach and senior council official for homeless comments



    TWO OF THE country’s most experienced homelessness campaigners have criticised the head of Dublin City Council’s homelessness body for comments made at the council’s policing committee meeting yesterday.

    Eileen Gleeson of the Dublin Region Homeless Executive said that homelessness often resulted from years of “bad behaviour” and could not be solved by unauthorised groups handing out food.

    “Let’s be under no illusion here, when somebody becomes homeless it doesn’t happen overnight, it takes years of bad behaviour probably, or behaviour that isn’t the behaviour of you and me,” Gleeson told the Council’s policing committee yesterday.

    She added:

    If they’re only getting a cup of soup and they’re homeless it isn’t helpful.
    Gleeson’s remarks were covered on the front page of the Irish Times today and have been widely criticised this morning.

    Brother Kevin Crowley, who runs the Capuchin Day Centre in Dublin, said he was appalled at the comments.

    The centre, located close to the city centre on Bow Street, provides breakfast and lunch for people who are homeless, in addition to handing out food parcels each Wednesday.

    “We have people leaving here in the evening times, after 3.30 after having a dinner,” Brother Kevin told Sean O’Rourke on RTÉ Radio One this morning.

    Some of those people are walking the streets at nighttime and certainly they’re glad to get a cup of tea or a cup of soup because otherwise what will they do for the rest of the night if they don’t get something to eat or to drink?

    Father Peter McVerry, who also spoke to the programme, said he admired Brother Kevin’s restraint on the issue.

    He went on to strongly criticise Gleeson’s comments, and also took aim at Taoiseach Leo Varadkar for recent comments on the issue.

    'I am absolutely furious' - Fr Peter McVerry criticises Taoiseach and senior council official for homeless comments
     
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    Shatter and Varadkar flood Ireland with cheap labour immigrants - while the Irish die homeless on the streets


    Another Irish person has died homeless on the street - while the gangsters of the Varadkar Régime say there's no crisis and homelessness in Ireland is "completely normal." Louise Casey (31) should have given our nation beautiful Irish children, brought up in a safe and warm Irish home. Instead, she died alone on the freezing street. This is the criminal régime of chaos we suffer under. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam dílis.

    'The most loving girl': Tributes paid at funeral of homeless woman in Limerick

    Government's top housing adviser: 'Homelessness is a normal thing'
     
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    Under your mode of thinking Tadgh you would usually say - "you would have to think what homeless people have done for getting themselves into that situation". Now far be it from me from putting words in your mouth but as you have a politics of blame everyone and anything except yourself (your demographic/political Grouping) for a problem you tend to punish the adherents to whom the problem is rife. Therefore I ask you with your particular style of viewpoint and polticis why aren't you blaming the homeless themselves for being homeless?
     
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    If you bother to read this thread, you will see that this issue has been addressed.
     
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    Some people choose to nake themselves homeless, these people need to be given help both psychological and physically.

    However vast numbers are homeless by no fault of their own, this is the failure of the state.
     
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    The UK Sun lashes out at Leo Varadkar, says he should 'shut his gob on Brexit and grow up'


    The paper said that Varadkar needs to “accept what’s happening”.
    “His priority should not be picking holes in our position,” the comment states.


    “It should be helping make Brexit work for millions of his citizens and ours, including by engaging constructively on a border solution.
    He is too busy disrespecting 17.4 million voters of a country whose billions stopped Ireland going bust as recently as 2010.
    The editorial states Ireland’s economy depends hugely on the UK’s.

    It states that the UK is “Ireland’s biggest trading partner” and that effects of a hard Brexit “could be catastrophic”.

    “Yet Varadkar’s rookie diplomacy, puerile insults and threats to veto trade negotiations are bringing it ever closer,” the Sun states.
    Varadkar also drew criticism from Labour Party MP Kate Hoey.


    Hoey said on Twitter that “no one wants a hard border so why does [Varadkar] imply it is british government’s responsibility?”

    The UK Sun lashes out at Leo Varadkar, says he should 'shut his gob on Brexit and grow up'