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Discussion in 'Immigration & Refugees' started by TheKing, Nov 1, 2015.

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Should Ireland accept refugees?

  1. Yes

    29 vote(s)
    14.0%
  2. No

    156 vote(s)
    75.4%
  3. No more than 10,000 including family Repatriation

    10 vote(s)
    4.8%
  4. No more than 50,000 including family Repatriation

    4 vote(s)
    1.9%
  5. No more than 100,000 including family Repatriation

    3 vote(s)
    1.4%
  6. As many as we can over 100,000

    5 vote(s)
    2.4%
  1. Tadhg Ó Raghallaigh

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    I saw this story, what a crock of bullshit. The cultural marxists in the Labour Party have abandoned their working class roots and are fully implementing the agenda of the Frankfurt School neb-liberals. She couldn't give a shit about the white working class, just throwing a few scraps their way whilst she works towards their extermination.

    The humiliation of the Englishman is almost complete.
     
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    'Illegal immigrants are pouring into Ireland unchecked' -Dublin Port worker

     
  7. Tadhg Gaelach

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    I saw that myself in Dublin Port during the summer. Half of Africa flooding off the boat and not a border guard in sight.
     
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    Meanwhile, in London, that Multicultural thing is really going well.

     
  9. colm from clonmel

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    That black lad was sweating, sweating like a Pakistani muslim outside a girls school.
     
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    I was on the bus from London to Dublin via Holyhead.
    Bus was full to capacity.
    Myself and some old biddy were the only Irish on the bus. I assume she was afraid of flying.
    Everybody (even the driver) was foreign speaking.
    I was sat beside some Nigerian in African garb who was operating two smart phones at the same time.
    An utterly depressing journey.
    Oh, and not a Garda or immigration officer in sight.
     
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    That reminds me of the last time I took the bus and ferry to London from Dublin - about two years ago. Again, there were only a couple of Irish on board. There were two robberies during the journey. An African fellow stole a wallet from an Indian guy - and a Romanian stole a laptop from an African fellow. Inspiring diversity! The police were called and met us in London. I decided to fly back to Dublin. I was fortunate enough to be able to do that, but most wouldn't be and this is the kind of life they now must endure.
     
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    You can be sure people like Sutherland, Zappone, and Varadkar will never have to witness such scenes, Tadgh.
    The only foreigners they meet are their au-pairs and dog-walkers.
     
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    Italian woman sexually attacked on New Years Eve by Somalian migrant disguised as an orderly.
    She was in a hospital bed waiting to give birth.
     
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    Beyond belief. Utterly beyond belief.
     
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    Link please Sir.
     
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    He obviously was homesick for Mogadishu and the firecrackers sent him over the edge.
    Give the lad a break.
     
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    Denmark is no longer accepting refugees and migrants: the country has disengaged itself from the quota system of the UN refugee organization UNHCR

    The Danish government justifies the step by saying that the country needs a "breathing space".

    There is no longer a possibility to take in the 500 quota refugees every year which Copenhagen had committed itself to.

    In 2017, around 2,800 migrants had sought asylum in Denmark.

    As the newspaper further reports, since 1978 Denmark has participated in the resettlement program of the UN.

    The Danish parliament has now passed a law to stop having to accept refugees.

    The Left sharply criticizes the decision: "The world needs more international cooperation, not less," said Sofie Carsten Nielsen, foreign affairs spokeswoman for the Danish left-wing liberals.

    "If all countries behave like us, we could forget international agreements."

    Amnesty International also criticizes the actions of the Danish government.

    The human rights organization accuses Copenhagen of "historical failure".

    http://www.epochtimes.de/politik/europa/daenemark-verlaesst-un-fluechtlingshilfswerk-aufnahme-von-migranten-komplett-gestoppt-a2310280.html
     
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    Fantastic news. This move will give others the courage to do likewise. Taking in these "refugees" is not helping those people. Anyone who genuinely wants to help them must help them in their own home countries.
     
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