Irish Politics (Part 3)

I think the asylum process is long and involves direct provision to act as a deterrent.

And they made a whole load of hitherto unavailable housing available for refugees. And can now use the Ukraine crisis as an excuse for the shit state of the housing situation which they already created and were doing ■■■■ all about.
And their divide and conquer and deflection tactics are of course working, as per above posts, and the publicity and protests over asylum centres. Perfect deflection and smoke screens, and all the plebs fighting amongst each other. They must’ve rubbed their soft hands in glee when the refugee influx began.
And before anyone says ‘what about the illegals?’, well that’s just more of it, plus well-connected ■■■■■ and organised crims lining their pockets from immigrants paying to get in.

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O Connell street is a hellhole these days

Junkies , rubbish everywhere, homeless refugees and Romanian gypsies the order of the day

Gets worse with each passing day

You can also use the water meter programme. Put in with maximum efficiency. Problem here is that Ireland in trying to be best in class tweets to the world and made false promises. We are been overwhelmed. It’s causing resentment. And I don’t believe its some master plan to divide and conquer. May once upon a time I would have believed it. But I think it’s NGo ideology calling the shots here. We need to regroup and get our shit together.

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But in fairness look at the passports of some of claimants … it’s actually hilarious how much the piss is taken here on it

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An absolute shithole. Don’t recognise the place. I overheard two Americans tourist remarking that. They couldn’t believe the amount of Romany knocking about. Thats literally since 2015. Can’t wait to see what it’s like in 2030. And plentyt of cheap labour booming economy. We all partied.

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Stayed in hotel near times square in NY last year , thought it was as bad if not worse than Dublin city centre

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Las time I Was in NY was 2007. Plenty of Police. Was really nice. Yes 2007. But O’Connell Street is as bad as it gets.

It’s definitely not worse from my experience

It really is sad to see O Connell Street these days

A pathetic dying edifice that you can’t walk up safely these days

Not that FF/FG care. They’d need a compass to find it

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Patrick street in cork is in decline as well, streets with a lot of retail seem to be struggling, ones with food/bars thriving. Safe enough but you can’t take cork gurriers seriously with that accent.

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PANA is heaven compared with OConnell St.

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Half the street is derelict / empty units. Rents way too high.

Sophisticated electorate me hole. Kerry people deserve to go extinct for electing this type of gobshite.

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Isnt it’s bollix turf .big slab of black Moroccan.

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i don’t think he means digging up the bogs is grand. just that he’s grounded and knows where he came from.
as all kerry people do in my experience. there’s a few could take note.

It’s what passes for politics. If he was honest about it, he would replace the turf with a roll of hundred euro notes.

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Knows where he comes from. And ■■■■ the rest. The definition of a gombeen. Absolutely minted. While people in Tralee and Killarney vote for him in their droves to get the scraps from his table.

At least FG tell you who they care about and who they don’t. The Healy Raes pretend to be Jesus when they’re anything but.

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that would be true of nearly every politician and political party. especially FG. their priorities are personal enrichment and brown-nosing the british and americans. definitely not the irish people.

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My point is they don’t try to hide it. The Healy Raes constantly play the Everyman when they are no such thing.

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Knows where he’s come from?

Yeah, probably Geneva or Zurich where the family millions (from all their gummermint & Kerry Co Council contracts) are banked.

Man of the people my hole !

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