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Thread: 535,475 non Irish nationals from 200 different nations living in Ireland in April 2016 acc to CSO!

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    Expect one chit-loada money to be diverted away from the towns and villages of Munster, Connaught and Ulster and directed towards "affirmative-action", equality-enhancement, social-justice, quota-enforcement, cultural-integration and whatever double-barrelled term they come up with.
    Someone should make a movie about this place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yosef shompeter View Post
    Very sad to hear about this. I've long suspected that things would pan out this way. Effectively it means another nail in the coffin of rural ireland and the country that we were proud of when we were growing up.
    Expect the goverments of the next few decades to introduce "black consciousness-raising" courses, "muslim equality programs" and all the attention-time, money and resources that these things require.

    Goodby to old Gaelic Ireland.
    Hear what? Someone say it hasn't happened and they want to keep it that way?

    There is a diect correlation between how bedwetty people are and stupidity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yosef shompeter View Post
    Very sad to hear about this. I've long suspected that things would pan out this way. Effectively it means another nail in the coffin of rural ireland and the country that we were proud of when we were growing up.
    Expect the goverments of the next few decades to introduce "black consciousness-raising" courses, "muslim equality programs" and all the attention-time, money and resources that these things require.

    Goodby to old Gaelic Ireland.
    All typed in English.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yosef shompeter View Post
    Expect one chit-loada money to be diverted away from the towns and villages of Munster, Connaught and Ulster and directed towards "affirmative-action", equality-enhancement, social-justice, quota-enforcement, cultural-integration and whatever double-barrelled term they come up with.
    You are just making things up now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CatullusV View Post
    All typed in English.
    Its special needs corner here today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buchaill Dana View Post
    You are just making things up now.
    https://dublingazette.com/news/north...gan-fcc-51502/

    Balbriggan’s €20m makeover will be the ‘envy of the country’
    A new harbour, free WiFi and a skate park are just some of the elements of an ambitious €20 million-plus investment to make Balbriggan the “envy of the country”.

    Proposals include a new river park which will flow through new public areas in the town down to a reimagined harbour and marina and link up with a new greenway.

    Council chief executive Paul Reid said: “The plan goes much deeper than public spaces and amenities. It will involve every area of local lives – employment, education, skills, local economy and enterprise, and community affairs and integration.”
    DCU president Brian MacCraith, who is head of the leadership group for the development, said that the new public amenities that will come with this will be “the envy of the country”.

    He added: “The transformation is already beginning, with free town centre WiFi, a new skate park and a heritage trail just a few of the initiatives due to be unveiled in a short period of time.

    “In a few years’ time, the centre of the town will have been transformed with public amenities flowing from the River Bracken and the Millpond Park through Quay Street down to a completely reimagined harbour.”
    Imagine what this sort of investment would do for Donegal, Mayo, Longford, Leitrim -- all long neglected by government and industry.


    Read the fine manual, Buachall! See above, I've posted a few extracts for you.

    Dem migrants ain't gonna wait around for da munnee. See, lookey here! They's gone and taken it for themsleves.

    Ten years time dey gonna drive by dat white trash up country in dare big mercedes. Now Huh!
    Someone should make a movie about this place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yosef shompeter View Post
    https://dublingazette.com/news/north...gan-fcc-51502/



    Imagine what this sort of investment would do for Donegal, Mayo, Longford, Leitrim -- all long neglected by government and industry.


    Read the fine manual, Buachall! See above, I've posted a few extracts for you.

    Dem migrants ain't gonna wait around for da munnee. See, lookey here! They's gone and taken it for themsleves.

    Ten years time dey gonna drive by dat white trash up country in dare big mercedes. Now Huh!
    The fock are you on about?

    The council are putting in as marina and some parks and you are droning on about immigrants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buchaill Dana View Post
    The fock are you on about?

    The council are putting in as marina and some parks and you are droning on about immigrants.
    Imagine what this sort of investment would do for Donegal, Mayo, Longford, Leitrim -- all long neglected by government and industry.
    Read sentence above.
    Someone should make a movie about this place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yosef shompeter View Post
    Read sentence above.
    So the fastest growing and youngest town in the country doesnt get a regeration because counties who get that money a week are basket cases. Thanks for playing

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    Dem migrants ain't gonna wait around for da munnee. See, lookey here! They's gone and taken it for themsleves.

    Ten years time dey gonna drive by dat white trash up country in dare big mercedes wavin' dare Irish Passports and Citizenship Certificates and P45s . Now Huh!
    Left out something juicy first time -- Sorry!

    Duh... can you not see that the towns of rural Ireland don't have the young people because they have been starved of investment? Dublin and parts of Leinster may be out of the recession, but the rest of the country is bearing the brunt of it still.
    See Economics 101 -- Investment and income
    Someone should make a movie about this place.

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