The community of Ballymun in north Dublin gathered in Wednesday night to rally against the government’s migrant plantations in their area.
Irish people are finding themselves a minority in parts of Ireland, including even parts of rural Ireland, and with this unprecedented ramping up of the population replacement agenda a new flame of resistance has been kindled.
While imminent concerns of public safety, availability of services and additional strains on an already critically low housing supply are driving protests in Ireland, the long term and even more fundamental demographic change being foisted upon the country poses an existential threat to the very idea of an Irish Nation.
Minister of State Joe O’Brien stated in January that the Department of Justice is looking at giving Ukrainian refugees a pathway to citizenship he also said we should expect to welcome 80,000 new refugees and asylum seekers in 2023 alone.
These mind-boggling statements come at the same time as Minister for Children, Roderick O’Gorman, said Ireland will have to accept “climate refugees” in the coming years.
This massive demographic change will ultimately lead to a fundamental change in the character and culture of Ireland forever and clearly this is the goal.
This is 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.
This plan is however, not going to be implemented without at least a whimper from the indigenous people of this island as Irish men and women are refusing to sit idly by as the dissolution of their nationhood and theft of their children’s birth right takes place.
Comments from Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Garda Commissioner Drew Harris smearing the patriotic men and women of Ireland are nothing new, but the fact that they are now not only falling on deaf ears, but in fact helping to galvanise resistance to this plantation agenda has the establishment terrified.
The recent outbreaks of violence among migrants at plantations in places such as Killarney, City West, Courtown and East Wall has vindicated the concerns of protesters and helped galvanise further resistance.
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