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Hot The Invasion and Plantation of Ireland

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So-called "New Irish" reject 'New Irishness'
You have to laugh, Libruls telling all of us they're Irish, and they're all telling us they're not. And kids don't lick these kinds of thoughts off a stone, they'll be well versed in the fact that they're Polish by their parents.

They're all Irish when it suits them, though- education, healthcare, children's allowance, dole, rental allowance, social housing, all the good stuff.

And round and round we go.
 
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Man out for revenge when he stabbed 28-year-old, court told.

"Juraci Da Silva has pleaded not guilty to Waterford murder of James Banville.

A Brazilian man was out for revenge when he stabbed another man to death after being assaulted in the early hours of the morning, a prosecution barrister told a murder trial jury on Tuesday.

Juraci Da Silva (36), with an address at Park Lane in Waterford has pleaded not guilty to murder but guilty to the manslaughter of 28-year-old James Banville at New Street in Waterford on October 8th, 2016. His plea was not accepted by the State and he is on trial at the Central Criminal Court.

He also pleaded not guilty to assault causing harm to Wexford man Conor Hogan and not guilty to a third count of producing a knife. All charges relate to the same location and date."

Man out for revenge when he stabbed 28-year-old, court told
 
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Man out for revenge when he stabbed 28-year-old, court told.

"Juraci Da Silva has pleaded not guilty to Waterford murder of James Banville.

A Brazilian man was out for revenge when he stabbed another man to death after being assaulted in the early hours of the morning, a prosecution barrister told a murder trial jury on Tuesday.

Juraci Da Silva (36), with an address at Park Lane in Waterford has pleaded not guilty to murder but guilty to the manslaughter of 28-year-old James Banville at New Street in Waterford on October 8th, 2016. His plea was not accepted by the State and he is on trial at the Central Criminal Court.

He also pleaded not guilty to assault causing harm to Wexford man Conor Hogan and not guilty to a third count of producing a knife. All charges relate to the same location and date."

Man out for revenge when he stabbed 28-year-old, court told

Why is Ireland being flooded with Brazilians?
 

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Why is Ireland being flooded with Brazilians?
From what limited knowledge i have on them in ireland. They pack them in to properties everywhere and are used as cheap labour. They spend little, sometimes have multiple jobs, generally shop staff, restaurant if they get lucky, save as much as they can, then take that money and go on a trip around europe and return to brazil. They are not of benefit overall to the general irish, as they use the resources that are there and give very little back, and what they do make, they take with them. They do benefit a select group in ireland who want cheap labour and high rents. There is a constant stream of them. One big conveyor belt. Some of the women will actively seek irish men if they are looking around, which is why you'd want to be careful, or you'll have a bun in the oven/anchor baby around your neck. Of course i could have it all wrong.
 
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From what limited knowledge i have on them in ireland. They pack them in to properties everywhere and are used as cheap labour. They spend little, sometimes have multiple jobs, generally shop staff, restaurant if they get lucky, save as much as they can, then take that money and go on a trip around europe and return to brazil. They are not of benefit overall to the general irish, as they use the resources that are there and give very little back, and what they do make, they take with them. They do benefit a select group in ireland who want cheap labour and high rents. There is a constant stream of them. One big conveyor belt. Some of the women will actively seek irish men if they are looking around, which is why you'd want to be careful, or you'll have a bun in the oven/anchor baby around your neck. Of course i could have it all wrong.

I think you've got it precisely right, a chara. The labour market in Ireland is totally undermined by these illegals - and that's the way the Régime likes it.
 

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From what limited knowledge i have on them in ireland. They pack them in to properties everywhere and are used as cheap labour. They spend little, sometimes have multiple jobs, generally shop staff, restaurant if they get lucky, save as much as they can, then take that money and go on a trip around europe and return to brazil. They are not of benefit overall to the general irish, as they use the resources that are there and give very little back, and what they do make, they take with them. They do benefit a select group in ireland who want cheap labour and high rents. There is a constant stream of them. One big conveyor belt. Some of the women will actively seek irish men if they are looking around, which is why you'd want to be careful, or you'll have a bun in the oven/anchor baby around your neck. Of course i could have it all wrong.
You have it exactly right.
Some of them are long-stays and get a European passport through Portugal if they have grandparents born there.
They end up here or Britain though.
 

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You have it exactly right.
Some of them are long-stays and get a European passport through Portugal if they have grandparents born there.
They end up here or Britain though.
I know some Argentinians doing this through Italy, their country is being flooded and attacked from all corners, I have some pity for them, those ive met tend to be of use. The Brazilians seem a different breed.
 

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If we are too intergrate these new Irish then we must be able to communicate dont you think?
 

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Adults in direct provision will soon be allowed to work, Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has said.


“Minister Flanagan’s statement that people in the asylum process will be given the right to work is positive. However, any other response would be contrary to the Supreme Court’s decision which made a clear finding that an indefinite ban on the right to work is unconstitutional. As put forward in our July policy paper, the detail of how this right will be given to people is crucial.

“We are calling for someone to be given the right to work after six months of waiting for an asylum decision and no restrictions be placed on what professions a person can enter and that self-employment also be allowed.

“We have also written to the Minister to request that we be given the opportunity to present to the Taskforce looking at this issue and that, more importantly, people in the asylum process also be given this opportunity. This is essential from the perspective of transparency and good government and to ensure the integrity of taskforce’s final decision. We are still awaiting a reply to our request.”

http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/adults-in-direct-provision-to-be-allowed-to-work-36197142.html
 
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It’s not the first time I’ve drawn attention to this on here, or this sort of stuff in general.

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Ireland under attack from spiders which are wiping out native species


"For the past 20 years Ireland has been subjected to an invasion of false widow spiders that are wiping out their indigenous cousins and are now threatening humans.

The false widow spider is more venomous, lives longer and breeds faster than the common house spider in Ireland.
A female can live to seven years and produce one egg sac with 200 eggs every two weeks for four months of the year. Common species in Ireland usually live for one or two years and produce 30-50 eggs a year.

The false widow is proliferating at an alarming rate. It was first found in Co Wicklow in 1998. Since then, it has been found in 16 counties, almost exclusively in urban areas. Over a period of 18 months, 620 specimens were obtained from a single row of semi-detached houses in Lucan, Co Dublin.

It is now starting to attack humans with three reported cases in Ireland, in Galway, Cork and Dublin respectively, in recent years . There are likely to be many more unreported cases."

Ireland under attack from spiders which are wiping out native species
 

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It’s not the first time I’ve drawn attention to this on here, or this sort of stuff in general.

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Ireland under attack from spiders which are wiping out native species


"For the past 20 years Ireland has been subjected to an invasion of false widow spiders that are wiping out their indigenous cousins and are now threatening humans.

The false widow spider is more venomous, lives longer and breeds faster than the common house spider in Ireland.
A female can live to seven years and produce one egg sac with 200 eggs every two weeks for four months of the year. Common species in Ireland usually live for one or two years and produce 30-50 eggs a year.

The false widow is proliferating at an alarming rate. It was first found in Co Wicklow in 1998. Since then, it has been found in 16 counties, almost exclusively in urban areas. Over a period of 18 months, 620 specimens were obtained from a single row of semi-detached houses in Lucan, Co Dublin.

It is now starting to attack humans with three reported cases in Ireland, in Galway, Cork and Dublin respectively, in recent years . There are likely to be many more unreported cases."

Ireland under attack from spiders which are wiping out native species
Found one a few weeks back. Pretty sure it was anyway. Looked up what to do with it and it just said let it go somewhere, so I did. Thought I'd had have to kill it but they don't seem very concerned about them.

Last week I found my first giant house spider. Hadn't seen one before. He was resting on the wall in plain sight. Apparently they do that to attract a mate around this time of year. Thought it was something serious. It was massive. Booted him out too though. He'll have to find his mate out there.

Have the window closed now for winter. Saved a bee that was caught in a web outside it and making lots of noise. About five minutes later, he flies in and just hovers in their air for 10 seconds in front of me and then leaves. I think he was trying to thank me.
 

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The video's comments on YouTube say it all. A couple of my sisters have Irish passports and I qualify for one ('cause of my grandparents), but even with the passport in tow, I wouldn't have the balls to march around the island and claim I was an Irishman. These folks are uppity, confrontational and self-entitled.
If your parents were Irish, and you retain the links to your ancestral culture, you are definitely Irish. If one is west European blood, then you are still Irish, same as Irish born here. It still retains the West European blood family root Irish are from.