Two Separate cases of Homeless Found Dead Today.

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Two homeless people were found dead today. A man in his fifties was found on Suffolk St, just off Grafton St, and a Dublin mother of two children was found dead in a hotel in Kildare. No foul play or suspicious death in either case.

Rough sleeper (50s) discovered dead just yards from Dublin's Grafton Street - Independent.ie

Homeless woman found dead in Co Kildare hotel
https://www.rte.ie/news/2017/0831/901330-homeless-woman/

And only this morning Eoghan Murphy's new plan was to get rid of Council/Local Authority's role in housing and set up a completely new quango altogether.:roll: And while we wait and the plans and reports rumble on, people die.

This govt and previous have the above deceased's blood all over their hands.

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I have only included the RTE link because that's where I heard it on the 5 O'Clock news, very little information yet.
 
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Two homeless people were found dead today. A man in his fifties was found on Suffolk St, just off Grafton St, and a Dublin mother of two children was found dead in a hotel in Kildare. No foul play or suspicious death in either case.

Rough sleeper (50s) discovered dead just yards from Dublin's Grafton Street - Independent.ie

https://www.rte.ie/news/2017/0831/901330-homeless-woman/

And only this morning Eoghan Murphy's new plan was to get rid of Council/Local Authority's role in housing and set up a completely new quango altogether.:roll: And while we wait and the plans and reports rumble on, people die.

This govt and previous have the above deceased's blood all over their hands.
May they rest in peace. Réquiem ætérnam dona eis, Dómine.
 

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Is it the OPs position that homeless people should never die?
 

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Well they certainly didn't have a peace in life, so what the f*ck does it matter that they have peace when they are dead???
You seem to think that a homeless person should never die.
Thats a bit odd.
 

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No, just its the govt's fault if they do.
It is when it's the government's fault. Well done for supporting a policy that led to this.
 

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It is when it's the government's fault. Well done for supporting a policy that led to this.
What policy?

A woman dies in a hotel and a man sleeping on the streets out of choice also dies.

This has nothing to do with the government.
 

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Well they certainly didn't have a peace in life, so what the f*ck does it matter that they have peace when they are dead???
Heaven is the ultimate end and fulfillment of the deepest human longings, the state of supreme, definitive happiness. Would you begrudge that to the Homeless?

"At the evening of life, we shall be judged on our love"
 

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Two homeless people were found dead today. A man in his fifties was found on Suffolk St, just off Grafton St, and a Dublin mother of two children was found dead in a hotel in Kildare. No foul play or suspicious death in either case.

Rough sleeper (50s) discovered dead just yards from Dublin's Grafton Street - Independent.ie

Homeless woman found dead in Co Kildare hotel
https://www.rte.ie/news/2017/0831/901330-homeless-woman/

And only this morning Eoghan Murphy's new plan was to get rid of Council/Local Authority's role in housing and set up a completely new quango altogether.:roll: And while we wait and the plans and reports rumble on, people die.

This govt and previous have the above deceased's blood all over their hands.

Edit,
I have only included the RTE link because that's where I heard it on the 5 O'Clock news, very little information yet.
Contemptible post.
 

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Jonathon Corrie and many other "rough sleepers" are not actually homeless as such but choose to sleep on the streets due to their mental illness. This is something apart from homelessness which needs immediate attention but mentally ill people realistically have no vote so are not worthy of this or any governments attentions.


The poor woman in Kildare had recently been offered social housing so it would appear her death may have been more tragic than if it was connected to her being homeless. I hope she has family who can care for her daughters who will need lots of loving family members around them now.
 

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Contemptible post.
Indeed.
The ugly part of it is that the insinuation is out there that the govt has caused these deaths.

The truth is the deaths would have occurred no matter what the govt did or did not do.
 

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Jonathon Corrie and many other "rough sleepers" are not actually homeless as such but choose to sleep on the streets due to their mental illness. This is something apart from homelessness which needs immediate attention but mentally ill people realistically have no vote so are not worthy of this or any governments attentions.


The poor woman in Kildare had recently been offered social housing so it would appear her death may have been more tragic than if it was connected to her being homeless. I hope she has family who can care for her daughters who will need lots of loving family members around them now.
You will be told to keep quiet and not post the truth by the left wing shills on this site.
 

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... And only this morning Eoghan Murphy's new plan was to get rid of Council/Local Authority's role in housing and set up a completely new quango altogether. ...
That seems sensible to me. The Local Authorities have only ever wanted to house 'deserving' cases; not travellers and similar.

What's the problem as you see it?
 

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And only this morning Eoghan Murphy's new plan was to get rid of Council/Local Authority's role in housing and set up a completely new quango altogether.:roll: And while we wait and the plans and reports rumble on, people die.
Just what the homeless need, another unaccountable quango.

It's also the sign of somebody promoted beyond their competency.

Some donor he knows maybe needs a job?
 

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That seems sensible to me. The Local Authorities have only ever wanted to house 'deserving' cases; not travellers and similar.

What's the problem as you see it?
Of course they house travellers. I know several travellers living in council flats. What have travellers got to do with this?What do you mean by "deserving cases"?
 

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RIP

The state has consistently failed to provide and will continue to fail. There are laws that define what can and cannot be built, where building can and cannot happen. They're pretty good at penning these laws and the other machinations of the state, the legal system, are just as good at enforcing them.

It's time to start ignoring these laws, the state's duty and to start looking out for our own. Doesn't take much material and labour to build a house. It's the state's red tape that makes it pretty much unaffordable. Why not seize public land and build what's needed, state and its facilitators bedamned?

They can't jail us all. But so long as they insist on telling folks that they can or cannot have shelter we meekly jail ourselves.
 


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