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EU open borders, time for a re think?


johnny365

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It appears that criminals from across Europe and further a field are coming to Ireland because of our Justice system and the lenient way it deals with Criminals . I have seen many cases in the papers of Eastern Europeans and other foreign nationals appearing before courts on a regular basis. The question I ask is why are they not deported?

The open borders system across Europe is a dream come true for Criminals, Smugglers and traffickers and that is not to mention the free movement of dangerous sex offenders across the EU. Is it time that we as a Country put protection of our citizens as a priority? Is it time we stopped people with serious criminal records from entering the Country? In these harsh economic times would it not make more sense to deport foreign national criminals who constantly come before the courts?


'Ireland? It's a great country for a criminal' - Independent.ie
 

drummed

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Original thread there fella! Well done you:rolleyes:
 

Fr.Ted Crilly

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How long johnny?
 

elliebee

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And the biggest joke of all is that they would sail through the Garda vetting process!!!

Complete and utter madness.
 

dresden8

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You were slipping for a while there drummed.

Sometimes you were in 3rd or 4th on your smart arsed reply to an op.

Good to see someone is keeping up their standards.
 

seabhcan

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It appears that criminals from across Europe and further a field are coming to Ireland because of our Justice system and the lenient way it deals with Criminals . I have seen many cases in the papers of Eastern Europeans and other foreign nationals appearing before courts on a regular basis. The question I ask is why are they not deported?

The open borders system across Europe is a dream come true for Criminals, Smugglers and traffickers and that is not to mention the free movement of dangerous sex offenders across the EU. Is it time that we as a Country put protection of our citizens as a priority? Is it time we stopped people with serious criminal records from entering the Country? In these harsh economic times would it not make more sense to deport foreign national criminals who constantly come before the courts?


'Ireland? It's a great country for a criminal' - Independent.ie
Ireland isn't in Schengen so we don't, in theory, have open borders. What we do have is inadequate intra-police communications between the Gardai and other EU forces and a silly pretense at passport control in the airports.
 

Ribeye

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Just wait till all the Guards resign,
 

johnny365

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Ireland isn't in Schengen so we don't, in theory, have open borders. What we do have is inadequate intra-police communications between the Gardai and other EU forces and a silly pretense at passport control in the airports.
We do have open borders in reality, not that long ago a group of Polish criminals flew into shannon and went round the Munster area ram raiding pharmacys. The Irish authorities have no interest in protecting citizens.
 

pragmaticapproach

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It appears that criminals from across Europe and further a field are coming to Ireland because of our Justice system and the lenient way it deals with Criminals . I have seen many cases in the papers of Eastern Europeans and other foreign nationals appearing before courts on a regular basis. The question I ask is why are they not deported?

The open borders system across Europe is a dream come true for Criminals, Smugglers and traffickers and that is not to mention the free movement of dangerous sex offenders across the EU. Is it time that we as a Country put protection of our citizens as a priority? Is it time we stopped people with serious criminal records from entering the Country? In these harsh economic times would it not make more sense to deport foreign national criminals who constantly come before the courts?


'Ireland? It's a great country for a criminal' - Independent.ie
All immigrants should be required to have a fully liable sponsor for at least the first three years of residency, however, we will not be able to exercise any control over our immigration policy while we remain in the EU.
 

R3volution_R3ady

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So instead of looking at the justice system, we've to re-think the borders? Why not just address the justice system?
 

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Wait according to Lonewolfe we must take the rough with the smooth.. :roll:
 

johnny365

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So instead of looking at the justice system, we've to re-think the borders? Why not just address the justice system?
The reason would be cost, how much would it cost to keep dangerous criminals from other jurisdictions locked up? How much is it costing right now for the foreign criminals who are in the system? Blocking serious and career criminals from entering the state is the most cost effective solution.
 

pragmaticapproach

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So instead of looking at the justice system, we've to re-think the borders? Why not just address the justice system?
"A nation without secure borders isnt a nation at all"
~Ron Paul.

Leave the open borders nonsense to the social marxists.
 

Ren84

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I wonder what Connolly, an immigrant himself, would have made of Johnny's xenophobia. :rolleyes:
 

Dublin 4

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STFU about Xenophobia you sectarian murderer supporting lowlife!
 
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