Taoiseach Leo Varadkar met with failed U.S Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Friday following a meeting with senior EU apparatchiks.
The Taoiseach was clearly moved by his meetings with these global political elites because he shortly announced afterwards that Ireland would take in more refugees on top of the 4,000 already being resettled here.
The EU elite have been relentless in their drive to pursue their population replacement programme by opening the borders of the bloc to mass migration from the Third World but have faced increasing resistance from multiple member states.
Countries like Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic and now Italy with its new populist government have been steadfast in the face of demands and threats from Brussels and continue to protect their borders, people and identity.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel recently had to cancel an EU summit on migration which was threatened with boycott and faces a rebellion in her own party over the disastrous and tragic consequences the country has faced due to mass migration.
With this resistance and the rise of anti-mass migration parties in several other countries, Brussels has looked to its more obedient vassals like Ireland, which will likely see a massive increase in the number of migrants being settled here, even with the chronic housing crisis, health system in disarray mounting pressure on all public services.