The Republic of Ireland’s population has reached its highest level since the 1850’s however, indigenous Irish continue to emigrate in large numbers while immigration from the Third World continues to accelerate.
The population is now calculated at over 4.9 million, the highest since 1851, with the CSO recording a population increasing of 64,500 from April 2018 to April 2019.
Of the 89,000 people who emigrated to Ireland in that one-year period around 30% were returning Irish emigrants.
However, over half of the 55,000 who left Ireland in the same time period are Irish.
As per the “2040 plan” the Irish government seek to accelerate the demographic replacement of the indigenous Irish population by importing at least one million more third world migrants.
13% of the Irish population, around 620,000 people, are now foreign nationals and recently the Central Bank has said the government must dramatically increase the importation of low and non-skilled labour to drive down wages and further undermine the working and middle classes.
Dublin saw the largest population increase with the population of county now over 1.4 million or 28% of the entire population of the Republic.
Meanwhile, all public services such as health and housing continue to buckle under the strain while Irish families struggle find homes and the native birth rates continues to decline.
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