Deputy Violet Anne Wynne, an independent TD from Clare, has spoken out claiming that asylum seekers planted in the Miltown Malbay are not being allocated sufficient resources to keep them “occupied” during the winter months Clare FM reported.
Roderic O’Gorman’s Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth has offered the Miltown Malbay owner a 12-month contract to house International Protection Applicants but has stipulated that they cannot state a definitive timeframe in which the migrants will be housed due to the high demand for accommodation across the country.
Clare FM reported that Violet Anne Wynne believes the government are deliberately peddling a ‘sympathetic line’ to appease rural communities, an increasing number of which are targeted for migrant plantations.
The government’s open boarders policy shows no signs of changing and despite it being hugely unpopular it is supported in its entirety by the Irish political and media establishment, with the so-called opposition Sinn Fein even turning its back on its traditional heartlands of support if locals in these areas resist migrant plantations.
The massive demographic change these policies will ultimately lead to, will be a fundamental change in the character and culture of Ireland forever and clearly this is the goal.
This is being heralded as the destruction of “national homogeneity” as the late Peter Sutherland described it when calling on the EU to use mass migration to breakdown the national identities of its member states to make them more acquiescent to a supranational state.
The remarks of Peter Sutherland, then UN migration chief, having formerly been an EU Commissioner from Ireland, who was also a non-executive chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a former chairman of oil giant BP, were reported on by the BBC on June 21st, 2012.
Note that in April of this year the European Union parliament voted to adopt a new flagship migration package for the bloc that would see vassal states obliged to accept illegal migrants who have entered the continent. This was supported by all Irish MEPs.
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