Nenagh based consultant, Dr Mary Ryan, has told Tipp FM that Ireland must stop accepting refugees as the country can no longer provide adequate medical care to those already here.
The endocrinologist stated in the interview with Tipp FM that one in two cancer cases are being delayed diagnoses and treatment with GPs and hospitals calling for additional resources immediately.
Dr Ryan worryingly also stated that many others in the medical profession are aware of these issues but are afraid to speak out:
“We’re already so far behind…I just don’t agree with Michael Martin when he says they need to keep coming. The services are already stretched, and I can see it on the ground as a doctor.”
The doctor goes on to say:
“People have to not be afraid to speak the truth in this country. For a long time, they’ve been afraid to voice their opinion because we’re being controlled, but that’s not democracy.”
Dr Ryan warned that everyone would consistently experience bad medical service going forward unless the government reduce the number of migrants being allowed into the country.
Towns and cities across Ireland are reporting strains on public services as the government continues to ramp up the plantation of migrants throughout the country.
However, resistance to the new plantation of Ireland is rising with communities rallying to save themselves from Donegal to Kerry and most recently in East Wall, Dublin but the government remain unmoved.
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