As Irish people, young, old, working and middle class, sick and healthy continue to have their needs disregarded it has emerged that 11 active nursing homes were converted into accommodation for Ukrainians before the government moved to ban this from taking place the Irish Examiner reported.
The government banned this practice avoid “unintentionally incentivising” such homes to leave the market according to Minister for older people Mary Butler but this ban is now being reviewed by the government and may well be lifted.
Ireland’s elderly, may soon find themselves turfed out of care homes as it is more lucrative for the owners of these facilities to stack and wrack refugees and get on that taxpayer fuelled gravy train.
As Ireland goes into summer, an increasing number of hotels are terminating or refusing to renew contracts with the government to house refugees and asylum seekers while many people who offered private accommodation are becoming disillusioned with the process.
All of this comes as homelessness in Ireland continues to break new records with 12,000 officially homeless but tens of thousands more languishing on social housing lists or unable to buy privately due to the over inflated property bubble.
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