Mass Migration to Ireland & Europe

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The MSM is a tool of government as we all know, so why is it appearing to stand by and protest on behalf of all those households with sons and daughters still living at home into their twenties and beyond?

Is this anything more than reverse psychology, reinforcing the message that there is no accomodation out there in the hope that they give up looking, and so enabling the housing of immigrants in what does come up?

Just a thought.
 

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If I were the entrepreneurial sort, I would start a business in Balaclava, Hurley stick, shovel and white van rental. Cash only.
Bur sure most of the town are oblivious to the increasing levels of stark contrast foreigners on the narrow public space.
The locals don't care enough for mobile guardian vigilant's , yet.
Besides, very few locals hang out for recreation purposes bar their own barracks locales.
 

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The Dominican Republic’s mass deportations of Haitians prove that it is very easy, very humane, and very practical to deport even large numbers of immigrants if the Clown World government doesn’t stand in the way:

The Haitian migration amounted to about ten percent of the Dominican population. That’s equivalent to about 35 million people in US terms. In the UK, the entire post-Windrush invasion could be sent back to their homelands, while in Europe the post-2015 migrant crisis could be entirely undone before 2030

 

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To the tune of Yesterday by The Beatles

I believe I'm a refugee

Yesterday, Dublin city seemed so far away
Then I hopped on a plane and threw my passport away
Oh I believe I'm a refugee

Suddenly, I'm not in Algeria anymore
There's a country with an open door
Oh I believe I'm a refugee

Now I have my tent, I'll frequent the grand canal
I said where's my dole and my home in East Wall...all...all...

Yesterday, I was sad and feeling all alone
Then O'Gorman said I'd have a home
Oh I believe I'm a refugee.

Now I have my tent, I'll frequent the grand canal
I said where's my dole and my home in East Wall...all...all...

The end
 

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Is it possible that he is actually Bob Dylan, look at his signature, a direct if obscure quote that only a true fan like me would recognize. And of course Val knew it even though he does not listen to any music except from Cavan and Monaghan, and a few Lakota war songs
 

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