The democratic will and concerns of Irish citizens in relation to migrant plantation centres in their communities has once again been dismissed and ignored by the government after Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan rejected opposition from locals to a Direct Provision centre in Cahersiveen.
At least 75 migrants were planted in the community and are being housed at the direct provision centre at the former Skellig Star Hotel in town.
The Fine Gael minister told the people of the idyllic County Kerry village that their genuine concerns are no concern of his or his caretaker Fine Gael government in an open letter published in the Kerryman Newspaper in which he said that the plantation would remain.
To add injury to insult it was also revealed that the there has been an outbreak of the Covid-19 virus at the migrant plantation just two weeks after the government slyly opened it in Mid-March.
Flanagan offered the people of Cahersiveen an apology for the underhanded way in which the centre had been opened by the government but told the Irish citizens who are still living under lockdown that the plantation will remain.
So, while 10,000 Irish people remain homeless, four thousand of whom are children, and millions of citizens are still subject to the Orwellian lockdown procedures the government is still working feverishly to fulfil its obligations to the EU/UN population replacement agenda.
However, numerous small, rural communities, targeted as part of the migrant plantation scheme have successfully stopped the government’s plans through solidarity, grass roots actions and civil disobedience, examples of which the people of Cahersiveen may look too.
The growing trend of resistance has been met with derision and mockery from figures in some of the major media outlets, the government and of course leftist twitter activists, but it appears as though the awakening is only going to accelerate.
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