Opinion: The government should prioritise 10,000 homeless Irish people FIRST before anyone else – TheLiberal.ie – Our News, Your Views
December 19, 2018

Opinion: The government should prioritise 10,000 homeless Irish people FIRST before anyone else

Anyone else utterly sick of it? Sick of anti this, anti that and anti the other nonsense coming out of politicians and political correct do-gooders in areas that have no little to no effect of migrants or indeed homelessness.

Last night we learned of the tragic passing of yet ANOTHER homeless Irish people dying on the streets of Waterford from lack of basic health care and shelter.

That poor man’s needs appear to come second to migrants who land here and are in sheltered, safe accommodation within hours – it really does beggar belief.

Why on earth can we not prioritise Irish people, particularly homeless Irish people before people coming from Afghanistan or Syria?

Can Leo Varadkar, Simon Harris or Simon Coveney tell us what’s wrong with Irish people who are here all their lives? Why can’t they be given the same, if not better treatment that all the migrants appear to get when housed in direct provision centres?

The usual extreme left wing lunatics on twitter welcome migrants in with open arms but isn’t it a wonder that they aren’t seen out on the streets helping their fellow Irish person get the same accommodation, same living standards, same food, same clothing, same heat, same safety?

The political correct brigade in this country appear to help everyone else but the Irish themselves.

It’s time to take the bull by the horns here and tell the EU we’re Irish and that means we’re putting Irish people first.

If you’re a documented migrant and you arrive here in Ireland then you can get help AFTER the 10,000 homeless Irish people have been fully accommodated for.

The homeless problem is out of control. Enough is enough, prioritise Irish people first.

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