The Failure of Africans Intergrating into Irish Society.


Herr Rommel

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Course it is petal.

Now you go back to your bigoted circle jerk, domt let them facts worry you.
There are far more African and Middle Eastern people in Ireland now than in the Celtic Tiger days. The only demographic which has gone down is in the Eastern European community where we lost men and women who aren't afraid of a bit of hard work and had them replaced with work shy Africans and Middle Eastern men who never want to work.
 

Jack Walsh

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There are far more African and Middle Eastern people in Ireland now than in the Celtic Tiger days. The only demographic which has gone down is in the Eastern European community where we lost men and women who aren't afraid of a bit of hard work and had them replaced with work shy Africans and Middle Eastern men who never want to work.
The astonishing thing is that I genuinely believe you don't consider yourself racist
 

Buchaill Dana

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There are far more African and Middle Eastern people in Ireland now than in the Celtic Tiger days. The only demographic which has gone down is in the Eastern European community where we lost men and women who aren't afraid of a bit of hard work and had them replaced with work shy Africans and Middle Eastern men who never want to work.
But thats literally not true. Easy to make wild claims when you reject all the official figures
 

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There are far more African and Middle Eastern people in Ireland now than in the Celtic Tiger days. The only demographic which has gone down is in the Eastern European community where we lost men and women who aren't afraid of a bit of hard work and had them replaced with work shy Africans and Middle Eastern men who never want to work.
You do know you are a racist right?
 

Buchaill Dana

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It's on the rise now, though, isn't it? Best to call everyone bedwetters, that'll make it all go away.
Sigh.

It was claimed more foreigners than ever move to Ireland. That is demonstrably false. In the height of the recession numbers were higher than today. As per Tiger times, waaay down.

All the standing outside schools in the world wont change that.
 

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Sigh.

It was claimed more foreigners than ever move to Ireland. That is demonstrably false. In the height of the recession numbers were higher than today. As per Tiger times, waaay down.

All the standing outside schools in the world wont change that.
It was claimed we are flooded, and your response was "Numbers are way down on tiger levels."
That is not a refutation of what is, essentially, a subjective claim.
But the fact is, numbers are on the rise. Your link does nothing to quell unease about that; rather, it adds to it.
 

Buchaill Dana

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It was claimed we are flooded, and your response was "Numbers are way down on tiger levels."
That is not a refutation of what is, essentially, a subjective claim.
Ok, lets play semantics. We are dramatically less flooded than before. We survived multiples of the numbers then, why get all panicky now?
 

A Voice

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Ok, lets play semantics. We are dramatically less flooded than before. We survived multiples of the numbers then, why get all panicky now?
Can't speak for others, but I'm not panicking about anything. What I do note is an increase of inward migration, and I know that there are difficulties associated with that. Picking some spike in the past and saying well we're not back there yet isn't really a response.
 

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Immigration levels to Ireland are way above Celtic Tiger levels, be it "asylum seekers( Three hotels earmarked to take more of then), people from The EU, non Eu people etc, anyone who can't see that is suffering from tunnel vision, and we have given away 500 houses to Syrians to date with plans to give then another 3,500.
 

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Immigration levels to Ireland are way above Celtic Tiger levels, be it "asylum seekers( Three hotels earmarked to take more of then), people from The EU, non Eu people etc, anyone who can't see that is suffering from tunnel vision, and we have given away 500 houses to Syrians to date with plans to give then another 3,500.
An up yours to four thousand Irish families.
 

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I did and it was in reply to them not you . I cannot paste links Google independent.ie ,huge scale of immigration is making our housing crisis worse by David Quinn 3rd march or Reddit irish immigration statistics .The number applying for social housing is higher as opposed to those who take out mortgages . The term generation rent is a reality these days in the 70,s Ireland was second in the world for owner occupied houses.
 
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