Protesters against mass migration in Drogheda today told The Liberal that they want 42 migrants removed from a building in Termonfeckin, Co Louth immediately.
Alongside that, they said they want only controlled migration into Ireland, demanding changes be implemented immediately.
Speaking Malachy Steenson said Ireland is full and that East Wall is just the start of a movement around the country that will see a fightback from the people to the government against migrants being foisted into their community without any consultation whatsoever.
The rally demanded controlled and vetted immigration into the country only, as groups of hundreds of male migrants are being planted in communities throughout Ireland.
They also stated that some 11,500 Irish people are now homeless in Ireland.
The ‘Ireland is Full’ rally is being organised by The Irish Freedom party led by Hermann Kelly and in announcing the gathering the party stated:
“Make a stand for your country. Let the politicians know that Ireland is full and we were never asked or gave our consent to our country being changed beyond recognition. We simply cannot house the world while many Irish people cannot afford a simple home. #IrelandisFull”
Since the announcement, #IrelandisFull gained traction with Irish citizens rallying across the country to defend their communities backing the protest.
?BREAKING: #IrelandIsFull protesters clash with anti-migrant-protesters in Drogheda today who say they never heard about any stabbings in Killarney in a migrant hotel.
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