Mounting anxiety over the State’s ability to take in any more Refugees-has the penny finally dropped?

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Mounting anxiety over the State’s ability to take in any more Refugees-has the penny finally dropped?

Mounting anxiety over the State’s ability to take in any more Refugees

- has the penny finally dropped?

Looks like reality has finally began to dawn on Government officials that our ability to take in yet more refugees is reaching capacity

 
Government officials have considered “suspending” the arrival of asylum seekers from Greece and Lebanon due to “critical” capacity issues in accommodating relocated refugees, documents seen by The Irish Times reveal.
In 2015 the State undertook to accept 4,000 asylum seekers from Greece, Italy and Lebanon as part of relocation and resettlement programmes agreed with European Union counterparts.
Some 1,400 people, predominantly Syrians, have so far arrived in Ireland with more due to be accepted in 2018 and 2019. But internal Department of Justice records over recent months reveal an mounting anxiety over the State’s ability to deal with this influx.

Shelving refugee programme considered due to housing crisis

Hopefully this crazy programme will be scrapped

- and priority given to housing Irish People 1st who are Homeless

Well Hope springs Eternal anyway....:cool:
 


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sometimes having an inefficient property market has its positives, there cant be too many empty nama hotels left?
 

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There will never be an end to the "resettlement" of asylum seekers, it is a permanent process with far too many quangos with skin in the game.

The drip drip is just from liars, who won't admit the truth.......
 

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"Irish Red Cross is utilising the pledged accommodation and private rented sector accommodation to house these refugees.The charity highlighted that it had been unable to contact “a significant number of pledgers” by phone or email and asked that anyone who signed up to the register contact the charity."

The absolute bu1lsh1t that was made about this at the time by the likes of Joe duffy and the Irish times, of course all the virtue signallers have now disappeared up their own ar3es.
 

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This Seanad bill must be stopped. The one that would extend family unification to grandparents and aunts and uncles etc. In one case alone, a refugee applied to bring 70 people (!) to Ireland according to a minister during the Seanad debate. The Islamic world has widespread legalised polygamy. And when those 70 come in you can be sure they will want to bring their remaining relatives in too. And thats just one person! Its madness.
 

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Mounting anxiety over the State’s ability to take in any more Refugees

- has the penny finally dropped?

Looks like reality has finally began to dawn on Government officials that our ability to take in yet more refugees is reaching capacity

 
Government officials have considered “suspending” the arrival of asylum seekers from Greece and Lebanon due to “critical” capacity issues in accommodating relocated refugees, documents seen by The Irish Times reveal.
In 2015 the State undertook to accept 4,000 asylum seekers from Greece, Italy and Lebanon as part of relocation and resettlement programmes agreed with European Union counterparts.
Some 1,400 people, predominantly Syrians, have so far arrived in Ireland with more due to be accepted in 2018 and 2019. But internal Department of Justice records over recent months reveal an mounting anxiety over the State’s ability to deal with this influx.

Shelving refugee programme considered due to housing crisis

Hopefully this crazy programme will be scrapped

- and priority given to housing Irish People 1st who are Homeless

Well Hope springs Eternal anyway....:cool:
It was always lunacy to just add to the demand for housing through this programme. It just led to greater shortages and higher prices. I bet virtually none of the Ballaghedereen lot want to settle there but rather want to locate to the Dublin region.
 

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Write to your TD to oppose the bill. Minister Flanagan is correct to oppose it.
 

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I am less opposed to letting in some Programme Refugees as they are already verified by the UN. I am strongly opposed to allowing in people who spend years in our legal system, with lawyers paid by the taxpayer on an endless merrygo-round of appeals of the kind that Pamela Izevbekhai led us on a merry dance for a decade before being exposed and deported.
 

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Mounting anxiety over the State’s ability to take in any more Refugees

- has the penny finally dropped?

Looks like reality has finally began to dawn on Government officials that our ability to take in yet more refugees is reaching capacity

 
Government officials have considered “suspending” the arrival of asylum seekers from Greece and Lebanon due to “critical” capacity issues in accommodating relocated refugees, documents seen by The Irish Times reveal.
In 2015 the State undertook to accept 4,000 asylum seekers from Greece, Italy and Lebanon as part of relocation and resettlement programmes agreed with European Union counterparts.
Some 1,400 people, predominantly Syrians, have so far arrived in Ireland with more due to be accepted in 2018 and 2019. But internal Department of Justice records over recent months reveal an mounting anxiety over the State’s ability to deal with this influx.

Shelving refugee programme considered due to housing crisis

Hopefully this crazy programme will be scrapped

- and priority given to housing Irish People 1st who are Homeless

Well Hope springs Eternal anyway....:cool:
Oh, you're gonna annoy all the luvvies here. Prepare to be scolded. You are a very naughty boy.
 

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Walking down Dublin's Henry Street/Moore St tonight and into Parnell St around 7pm. Felt like a stranger in a strange land. Might as well as been the Middle East. Either we're being lied to or State services haven't a mebollix about what's going on. Most striking spectacle though was the number of homeless breaking out the cardboard for another night on the pavement. Only the insane could believe that this country is not falling apart at the seems. Welcome to the New World Disorder.
 
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Jesus wept.
Hollandaia and Dessie Quallelsome are one in the same. Jusus wept is a common uttering when no one is lookin. They are part of the Politics.ie administration that have banned me from several threads because I am conservative.
 

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Walking down Dublin's Henry Street/Moore St tonight and into Parnell St around 7pm. Felt like a stranger in a strange land. Might as well as been the Middle East. Either we're being lied to or State services haven't a mebollix about what's going on. Most striking spectacle though was the number of homeless breaking out the cardboard for another night on the pavement. Only the insane could believe that this country is not falling apart at the seems. Welcome to the New World Disorder.
Agreed, that is what the left crave
 

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Mounting anxiety over the State’s ability to take in any more Refugees

- has the penny finally dropped?

Looks like reality has finally began to dawn on Government officials that our ability to take in yet more refugees is reaching capacity

 
Government officials have considered “suspending” the arrival of asylum seekers from Greece and Lebanon due to “critical” capacity issues in accommodating relocated refugees, documents seen by The Irish Times reveal.
In 2015 the State undertook to accept 4,000 asylum seekers from Greece, Italy and Lebanon as part of relocation and resettlement programmes agreed with European Union counterparts.
Some 1,400 people, predominantly Syrians, have so far arrived in Ireland with more due to be accepted in 2018 and 2019. But internal Department of Justice records over recent months reveal an mounting anxiety over the State’s ability to deal with this influx.

Shelving refugee programme considered due to housing crisis

Hopefully this crazy programme will be scrapped

- and priority given to housing Irish People 1st who are Homeless

Well Hope springs Eternal anyway....:cool:
There is nothing stopping them from prioritising housing the homeless but it hasn't happened, it's fukc all to do with refugees who aren't even here. It's just your usual anti migrant boll!x.
 


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