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Woman from Albania, a “safe” country, claimed asylum in Ireland because her boyfriend abused her in Greece! Asylum System = Open Borders

An Albanian women told RTÉ Prime Time that reason she claimed asylum in Ireland is because her boyfriend had abused when they lived in Greece. The woman said she had been caught illegally in Ireland with false documents and this had prompted her asylum claim. According to the Reception and Integration Agency (RIA), in the year to November 2018, the top two countries of origin for asylum seekers were Georgia and Albania which the Department of Justice regards as safe countries of origin. Georgia has been a top country of origin for asylum seekers in Ireland since the EU granted Georgians visa-free travel to the Schengen area of the EU in March 2017, although Ireland is not in the Schengen area. The Department of Justice told the Irish times that: “Georgian nationals still required a visa to enter Ireland and the United Kingdom.” “A trend emerged at this time, however, whereby Georgian nationals would travel to Ireland with onward tickets for other Schengen countries and appeared to be just transiting our airports. https://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/georgians-lead-irish-asylum-claims-1.3745515 Some 41 per cent of all asylum claims in the first half of the year were from Albanian, Georgian and South African nationals. All three countries are officially regarded as “safe countries of origin” by Ireland. A spokesman for the Georgian embassy said Georgia was a developing democracy that was both “safe and stable”. He suggested that Georgians coming to Ireland were economic migrants. https://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/concern-over-rise-in-people-seeking-asylum-from-safe-countries-1.3986377 A spokesperson for the Department of Justice in 2018 told the Irish Times: “In Ireland the five leading applicant countries for 2017 were Georgia, Albania, Pakistan, Nigeria and Zimbabwe which are not acknowledged conflict zones with high grant rates.” https://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/khaled-s-story-direct-provision-is-like-living-in-a-jail-1.3388461 Broadcast: Prime Time | RTÉ One | 23 Mar 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8mP85VJA2U Leo Varadkar clip: Morning Ireland RTÉ Radio One | 13 Sep 2019 David Stanton clip: Newstalk Breakfast with Susan Keogh | Newstalk | 14 Sep 2019 There is a petition here to demand that RTÉ start reporting on the persecution of Georgians and Albanians or what conflicts are occurring in their countries. https://www.change.org/p/rté-petition-for-rté-to-report-on-the-persecution-of-georgians-and-albanians?recruiter=907013654

Over 1,500 march in silent protest against accommodating asylum seekers in Oughterard hotel as Fascist Left capitalise on the issue

Over 1500 people marched in a silent demonstration through the town of Oughterard on Saturday in opposition to any plans to accommodate asylum seekers at the former Connemara Gateway Hotel. The population of the town was 1,318 according to the 2016 census. The protesters started their procession at Oughterard church and finished at the hotel. Protesters were asked to wear yellow vests in one flyer. The march took place a day after Taoiseach Leo Varadkar urged TD Noel Grealish to "withdraw" and clarify his claim at a monster meeting last week that persecuted Christians from Syria would not be accommodated at the hotel and the people who would be coming were African economic migrants who wanted to "sponge" off the system. His remarks received a huge applause. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuBeDN5761M The Irish Independent is reporting that Cllr Tom Welby, said people in Oughterard were “not upset” at what Mr Grealish said. “They are upset that he is being asked to apologise,”Mr Welby said. “The media is focusing on one word, as in “sponge”, “Mr Welby said. “If Noel Grealish had used the word “avail of” [taxpayers], no one would be talking about it,”the councillor said. https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/news/over-1500-take-part-in-silent-protest-in-oughterard-amid-direct-provision-centre-concerns-38497500.html Broadcast: Six One News | RTÉ One | 14 Sep 2019 https://twitter.com/SineadNiN/status/1172827341074116608

Hipsters are finally concerned about globalism’s destruction of Dublin after closure of dive bar

Hipsters are finally concerned about globalism’s destruction of Dublin after the news that the Bernard Shaw pub is to cease operation but not everyone is upset. Drivetime heard from Cllr Mannix Flynn who said that there was a living community in the Charlemont flats nearby who were harangued, hassled and disregarded by the clientele of the bar whom he described as hipsters as "they weren't cool." Flynn said that not everybody was in agreement with the type of noise that the local people had to put up with. "In those 13 odd years, they managed to antagonise and make the area hostile for the local community who lived in Charlemont flats." "They're the ones who set themselves up in the neighbourhood and thought for some strange reason everybody was going to enjoy the noise and people said 'no'." "They refused point blank to negotiate with the local people and when they were leaving Body Tonic, they didn't even thank the neighbourhood for 13 years of noise." Cllr Flynn also said that the statement that there's a closure or an attack on the cultural life of Dublin "is very, very far-fetched indeed". "The idea that they marched into an area that was closed down and uncool and unhip and horrible and they walked in and saved the area is absolutely insulting. " "...given the fact that we have a crisis in our in our city with homelessness, we have a crisis in our city with drugs, and here we have a load of glampers who decided to camp themselves into the area and undermine the local community." Cllr Flynn compared the disappointment over the bar's closure as "basically a row with a load of fleas in a wig." He said the The owner of the bar has not renewed the license and it was as simple as that. However, a regular who drank at the Bernard Shaw called Emmet Condon held a different view. He claimed that the Bernard Shaw provided "cultural output in a DIY sense that is not being looked after in other areas of Dublin". He said similar cultural output was being squeezed out constantly by big business in Dublin. "...and the fact that Wetherspoons is opening just across the corner from it, is really the most emblematic point of it all, that we are losing something that is a basic expression of cultural being in the city and that's being replaced by something bland and grey and this is part of that argument and that is why I think people are so upset about it. It's not just the closing of a pub. It's emblematic of a much bigger problem that is occurring throughout the city." "The people such as Body Tonic are not being supported by the city at large. There is large-scale, big-money organisations coming in, buying up the city and the smaller guy all across the world and Europe especially is being squeezed out and when that happens we lose our vibrancy." "That vibrancy is being replaced by bland, large organisations and AirBnB have taken over a large sway of the docklands as have facebook and google, and that's good because development is good but if it's not checked, if the people are not allowed to exist without any support from the agencies which should support them such as the city councils, then we lose cultural hubs such as the Bernard Shaw and it's a great tragedy. " Broadcast: Drivetime | RTÉ Radio One | 12 Sep 2019

New Republican ‘genocide’ advert reminds Democrats like AOC of the horrific track record of Socialism!

With no clear winner emerging from the third Democrat primary debate, the party has found some hate to unify around: calling Republicans racist over a provocative ad that linked socialism to Pol Pot and the Cambodian genocide. “This is the face of socialism. And ignorance,” says the thirty-second clip, opening on the smiling image of Rep. […]

Reason Comes To German Parliament – How Long Before Ireland Realises Migrants Will Not Save Ireland, But Will Destroy It!

The German Bundestag (Parliament) was stunned by a frank honest speech from an elected AfD MP: “Migrants aren’t going to save Germany; they’re ruining it” Dr. Gottfried Curio is a member of the Bundestag (German federal parliament) for AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany). In the following speech on the floor of the Bundestag, […]

Huge applause for TD Noel Grealish’s remarks about fake refugees abusing the system – Read transcript of his comments and see leaflets handed out at meeting

There was a huge applause at a packed community meeting in Oughterard last Wednesday for Galway TD Noel Grealish over remarks he made about economic migrants abusing the asylum system in order to move to Ireland. Grealish was speaking at what was described as the biggest political meeting every held in Oughterard in opposition to any plans to accommodate asylum seekers at the Connemara Gateway Hotel. Reports suggest as many as 800 to 1,00 locals showed up at the meeting from a population of around 1,500. Leaflets were handed out at the meeting informing the community that in 2016, Eurostat revealed that 90% of asylum seekers in Ireland were not considered genuine. However, in 2017, the ESRI revealed that 80% of deportation orders against failed asylum seekers are never implemented. Leaflet: https://i.imgur.com/0j1YZbR.png ESRI Stat: http://i.imgur.com/7v6L4I5.png Eurostat: https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/ireland-refuses-asylum-to-90pc-of-applicants-35229842.html TD Glealish's full remarks: "Now I've worked with Galway County Council with one or two Syrian families. These were genuine refugees that were persecuted in their homeland, because they were Christian, by ISIS. "They were housed around Galway. They were put into houses. They were accepted by communities. But if you watch the news and you listen and even our Taoiseach, three weeks ago, said he'd take an extra 200 — what do you call it — migrants from Africa. "These are economic migrants. These are people that are coming over here from Africa to sponge off the system here in Ireland. "I know people that I've talked to all over the county of Galway to try and get housing for. You're seven, eight, nine, ten years....[on the housing list] "Let the Minister know the fear — and it is the fear factor — that this is going to bring on in this village. Because we don't know. We don't know these people that's coming in. I can guarantee you, it's not the simple, persecuted Christians and Syrians that's coming here. "It's the people, the economic refugees that's coming in from Africa, that's trying to get across the Mediterranean and ended up in Europe and ended up in Ireland and ended up in Oughterard where you don't have the schools, you don't have the doctors. "A big city, a major city can absorb 300 refugees but not a small town like Oughterard. "So I'll say one thing to everybody in this room tonight. Work together, stick together and we will work with ye and I want the politicians here to give that same commitment here tonight that we will work to ensure that this does not happen and it will destroy the fabric of Oughterard. Thank-you." Credit to Gearóid Murphy for the footage: https://twitter.com/gearoidmurphy_/status/1172233090644754432 First published 12 Sep 2019

“There’s a much bigger cost with asylum seekers in Oughterard… ” – Resident says “upper-middle class lefties shouting racism” won’t shut him up!

Niall Boylan spoke to Bernie and Tom about the ongoing opposition to any asylum centre in Oughterard. Bernie told Niall that after the monster meeting last night in the town, government officials did promise they would look at all their concerns but that after watching Prime Time last night "you see Mr Stanton is not for turning and he doesn't really listen to us as a community or anyone down here and it's really upsetting." Bernie also said there are now rumours in the village that the hotel has been promised to Somalian people and everyone is really scared. "Are we not allowed to stand up? We're just a small community." Bernie said she would fee afraid going for a walk in the town alone if the plan went ahead. Tom called in and said that while everybody is talking about the economic cost.,there was a much bigger cost "and that's the social cost." Tom said that upper-middle class lefties who haven't done a hard days work in their life and who are preaching about racism isn't going to shut him up. Broadcast: The Niall Boylan Show | 12 Sep 2019

Traitor David Stanton still refuses to consult with communities until asylum seekers are being moved in! Why not deport the 80% failed migrants?

Minister David Stanton told Miriam O'Callaghan that the reason locals are not consulted until asylum seekers are about to moved into a town is that telling them would break confidentiality before a contract is signed. Miriam didn't ask how renovations are able to be carried out on a hotel to prepare it for asylum seekers if no contract has been signed. Stanton has been blasted on a number of times for failing to consult with communities over asylum seekers being moved into their towns. In Moville, locals found out on a Friday evening that one of their hotels would would be used to accommodate asylum seekers and consequently nobody in the government could be reached until the following Monday and even councillors had been left in the dark. This caused panic in the town. However, Shannonside broadcaster Joe Finnegan told listeners that the Minister for Immigration & Integration, David Stanton, has stated to him that the lack of consultation with locals when asylum seekers are being moved into a town or village was government policy as if they informed people, there would be protest and "nothing would happen". "If I'm not mistaken, a couple of months back on this show, the Minister for responsibility for this area, David Stanton, made it quite clear that that is official government policy — If they're to inform people of their plans in relation to the setting up of these emergency accommodation centres or in some cases Direct Provision centres, well sure people would be out in the streets and nothing would ever happen.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISbl0NoJXsk Broadcast: Primetime | RTÉ One | 12 Sep 2019

Christopher Bollyn, James Reynolds (NP), The Cork Rebel, Beware the Risen People

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Patriotic TD Noel Grearish objects to economic migrants abusing the asylum system to move to Ireland for free stuff

At a packed community meeting in Oughterard last night, TD Noel Grearish told the room that economic migrants are abusing the asylum system to move to Ireland and "sponge off the state". Meanwhile he complained that Irish people are often on the housing list for seven to ten years. He also told the room that he didn't believe any persecuted Christians that would be coming to Oughterard. He said a big city could absorb 300 asylum seekers but Oughterard didn't have the infrastructure. He asked the community to work together and he would help ensure any asylum plans for the town do not go ahead. According to Eurostat in 2016, only 10% of asylum requests in Ireland are recognised as genuine but in 2017 an ESRI study revealed that 80% of deportation orders against failed asylum seekers are never implemented. You can email Noel Grearish to express your support at this email address: [email protected] Broadcast: The Seán O'Rourke Show | RTÉ Radio One | 12 Sep 2019

Malachy Steenson: “Our country is awash with drugs and nothing is being done to stop it”

WATCH: Solicitor Malachy Steenson says there has NEVER been a war on drugs, and that politicians and media establishment figures are doing recreational drugs at the weekend. "There is no political will to end the drugs trade and there never has been a war on drugs." "Larry Dunne, one of the main heroin dealers in the 80's said 'you think we're bad, wait until you see what's coming after us' ". Drugs are awash in our country and nothing is being done to stop it. Dublin criminologist, solicitor, inner city activist and media commentator Malachy Steenson pulls no punches in discussing the drugs crisis in our cities, towns and further afield.

“The only information that was required was how to stop this thing” – Fianna Fáil Councillor Seamus Walsh on Oughterard

Fianna Fáil Councillor Seamus Walsh spoke to Galway Bay FM this morning to discuss the monster meeting last night in Oughterard where locals unanimously voted down any plans to use the Connemara Gateway Hotel to accommodate asylum seekers. "The only information that I felt was was required last night was how to stop this thing. There was a plebiscite taken with a show of hands and to use the word unanimous...the people do not want this abhorration to come to our village." "I'm calling on the people of Oughterard to get out there and find an investor. The only way I can see this being solved peacefully and done properly is for that hotel to be developed as the jewel in the crown that it is — a 64 bed hotel on the Connemara gateway serving the tourist community of Ireland." "The contract hasn't been signed. Rome is burning. We don't want to be fiddling." Cllr Walsh said one option would be for business people in the town to buy the hotel. "The business people of Oughterard should come together and see what they can do, form a company if they have to and buy it out. That's one option." He also suggested banks could invest it in. He also slammed the government for "dumping" their problems on Oughterard as a "quick fix" using underhanded tactics. "I'm speaking for our people to save a blight on our community. The government cannot come along and dump their problems and woes on the people of Oughterard. This is an attempt at a quick fix at our expense." "The reality of the situation is, we have not been consulted but we don't want to be told about the contract. " "We want to be told we're not getting 300 people, 200 people, 30 families, 24 families. If they want to relocate a percentage share pro-rata as we would do as Christians, that's fine. Come and meet the people in Oughterard, discuss it and work it out but the notion of going 'uisce faoi tallaimh' — going behind our backs — paying off people in the dark of night, security firms harassing our community...people cannot use the footpath today outside that hotel without being harassed....the bully boy tactics are coming in...." Broadcast: Galway Talks with Keith Finnegan | Galway Bay FM | 12 Sep 2019

RTÉ News Report: Huge opposition to Oughterard asylum centre, but lots of cash to far left NGOs and namecalling blackmailing to enforce compliance incoming… as before

Up to 700 people attended a public meeting in Oughterard, Galway where there was near unanimous opposition to any plans to accommodate asylum seekers at the Connemara Gateway Hotel. The govt has refused to confirm whether asylum seekers will be housed in the town but Cllr Tom Welby told The Niall Boylan Show last Friday that he believes the hotel is being renovated for this purpose. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9gdegcYt1mU You can watch the vote taking place here (video credit to Gearóid Murphy | @gearoidmurphy_ on twitter): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NbPeEbJQMCU The Irish Times is also reporting that Minister of State Seán Kyne was booed and heckled at the meeting when he told attendees that Ireland was obliged under EU and United Nation laws to accept and process anyone who could prove they had fled persecution and injustices in their own country. https://www.irishtimes.com/news/social-affairs/minister-booed-as-oughterard-rejects-direct-provision-centre-1.4015379 Social Democrats Cllr Owen Hanley has accused TD Noel Grealish of telling a "racist lie" over claims made by GARN representative Joe Loughnane that he stated that the majority of Africans coming to Ireland are economic migrants who wish to sponge off the system and that the only genuine refugees in Ireland are Christians fleeing ISIS. https://twitter.com/OwenHanleyLives/status/1171885875816554497 Hanley created a petition for Grearish to apologise. https://my.uplift.ie/petitions/noel-grealish-td-must-apologise-for-racist-comments You can email Noel Grearish to express your support at this email address: [email protected] Previously Shannonside broadcaster Joe Finnegan told listeners that Minister for Immigration & Integration, David Stanton, has stated to him that the lack of consultation with locals when asylum seekers are being moved into a town or village was government policy as "if they informed people, there would be protest and nothing would happen". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISbl0NoJXsk Stanton has been blasted a number of times for failing to consult with locals ahead of moving asylum seekers towns and villages across Ireland. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5-MqF5FtJM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QxxH6Vu8laU One person in attendance at the community meeting said that Cllr Tom Welby has stated he believes there is no contract in place for the Connemara Gateway Hotel but contracts are usually signed just before asylum seekers are moved into a town. https://twitter.com/Bernieadufe/status/1171866922813710336 According to Eurostat in 2016, only 10% of asylum requests in Ireland are recognised as genuine but in 2017 an ESRI study revealed that 80% of deportation orders against failed asylum seekers are never implemented. Broadcast: Nine O'Clock News | RTÉ One | 11 Sep 2019

Biggest ever gathering in Oughterard by locals has overwhelmingly rejected asylum plans for their town – will government ignore them too?

Locals in Oughterard, Galway, tonight rejected any plans to accommodate asylum seekers at the Connemara Gateway Hotel. A packed community meeting was held in the Community Centre where a hand vote was taken. A majority of the townspeople clearly opposed any asylum plans for their town. Gearóid Murphy who took this video has said on twitter that locals have been informing that this was the biggest community gathering they’ve ever seen. You can follow Gearóid Murphy here: https://twitter.com/gearoidmurphy_/status/1171865913349550082 https://twitter.com/gearoidmurphy_/status/1171876426108329984 So far the government has refused to confirm or deny whether the Gateway hotel will be used to accommodate asylum seekers but Cllr Tom Welby told Niall Boylan last Friday that he believed this was the case. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9gdegcYt1mU Previously Shannonside broadcaster Joe Finnegan told listeners that Minister for Immigration & Integration, David Stanton, has stated to him that the lack of consultation with locals when asylum seekers are being moved into a town or village was government policy as "if they informed people, there would be protest and nothing would happen". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISbl0NoJXsk Stanton has been blasted a number of times for failing to consult with locals ahead of moving asylum seekers towns and villages across Ireland. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5-MqF5FtJM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QxxH6Vu8laU One person in attendance at the community meeting said that Cllr Tom Welby has stated he believes there is no contract in place for the Connemara Gateway Hotel but contracts are usually signed just before asylum seekers are moved into a town. https://twitter.com/Bernieadufe/status/1171866922813710336 According to Eurostat in 2016, only 10% of asylum requests in Ireland are recognised as genuine but in 2017 an ESRI study revealed that 80% of deportation orders against failed asylum seekers are never implemented. First Published: 11 Sep 2019
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