How is it even possible let alone logical that more & more low paid low skilled immigrants are coming into Ireland.
How are they affording anywhere to live? (unless of course subsidized with rents allowances and by sharing what were homes built for families in Ireland, now accommodating half a dozen plus low skilled migrant workers.
Where do the politicians who allow this - imagine these immigrants are living?
When the native Irish can't even imagine a home of their own, there is something seriously wrong with the economic society - THAT YOU VOTED FOR, or at least stood by and said or asked nothing.
news today as of 13/1 /2022
Sick that those of us who work and pay tax are actually working all week to pay for this perverse corruption of what was Irish society.
not too late but it will be soon if the Irish just carry on accepting this and being silenced by extremists who label anyone with a question a racist.
encouraged most by full time students & politicians who pretend they care , both of whom ironically once again we pay for.
Homeless crisis Ireland but politicians encourage immigrants>
Out of control Immigrants Ireland is REASON for high rents
Let alone cities, go to almost any Irish town no matter how rural, and just walk up and down any estate and you will see non nationals making up a higb percentage if not majority.
That is a perversity, not at all logical or was ever needed or sensible.
What has gone on in Ireland especially the last decade has not been a positive for community, for any society for any child.
It is not a healthy immigration in any sense, its simply too many and too many who have no intention of being here other than what they can take, no intention of coming to enrich or to integrate it is in practice more akin to and as damaging as colonization. #
Immigrants are all of us somewhere along the line,not long ago, Irish moving internally felt like immigrants starting a new life, Dublin to rural Kerry or Donegal for example was not so long ago like moving to a different world.
So immigration and movement is natural.
But what has being going in Ireland and what is getting worse even during a supposed lockdown is not natural or positive.
(tens of thousands arriving as supposed vital workers- in reality typically low paid meat factory workers & mushroom pickers)
Speaking out saying enough is enough - has nothing to do with racism calling this out is a plea for safety and quality of life of all who live here.
It is well past time to refuse to be silenced by those who make a living out of this perversity, those who make out they care when there is a megaphone, as they step over and ignore the many homeless in Ireland.