Immigration Thread


Well d'oh :rolleyes:


You'd feel sorry for migrants who were encouraged to come to Ireland under present circumstances.

This was a disaster waiting to happen and the blame must be placed squarely on the government's reckless immigration policies, out of all proportion to available resources.

But fining the government will find people a place to sleep right?

Is sleeping rough in Georgia or Algeria worse than sleeping in a doorway here? Perhaps they should save the money to support themselves here for a few months and apply for a work visa before travelling
 
The yoots robbing runners and setting cars alight couldnt tell you left from right much less have a protest/riot based on political ideology.

The current government basically use.far right as a catch all to label opposition to their unpopular policies.

Unchecked immigration putting strain on housing and other services.....far right

Putting men in women's spaces...far right.

Teaching gender ideaology to children...far right.



Economic migrants here gaming the system to seek asylum and go on benefits long term are not popular. That's not rocket science or a extreme right wing position.

People dont want to pay crippling tax to support those who are only leaching off our welfare system.
Trying to stifle any discussion of violent crimes committed by immigrants is dangerous.

Puskas is just one example, there's plenty more. Aisling Murphys boyfriend Ryan Casey was accused of 'inciting hatred' when he questioned why they worked to support a man who made no postive contribution to Irish society despite being here a decade. Its a legitimate question.


Bandying a label about than actually discuss policy that people aren't happy about is weak political leadership. Ours is particularly bad. A right of centre political party will emerge just as it has in Holland, Sweden, Italy etc. We're no different to any other country. We just seem a little slow on the uptake.
As long as they are spending most of the dole in Ireland, they are contributing to the economy, that's very basic economix.

I can't really imagine a far right party taking any significant share of the vote, in Ireland or the UK.
 
Do you not understand what 'right of centre' means or are you just not able to read?

What are the Conservative party?

One of the main parties in Ireland will shift to the right as thats the way the political climate is moving.
 
Do you not understand what 'right of centre' means or are you just not able to read?

What are the Conservative party?

One of the main parties in Ireland will shift to the right as thats the way the political climate is moving.

PDs were right of centre, maybe they'll make a comeback and you can vote for Mary Harney again :LOL:

If not, FF are traditionally socially conservative, you could go for them.
 
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