More and more concerned citizens are saying that they’re going to take a stand if migrants get planted in their area.
“We’re here for as long as it takes” steadfast Irish patriots in Turnapin, Santry have declared as they continue to blockade a building designated by the government for use as yet another migrant plantation.
This past weekend locals, many of whom were pensioners, were successful in preventing approximately 100 unvetted, male migrants from being planted in Unit 29 of the Airways Industrial Estate, even manning the barricade throughout the night.
The Irish citizens of Santry are well aware of the underhanded tactics the government and non-governmental organisations have used to populate the plantations, even sneaking in men in the dead of night.
Unit 29 of Airways Industrial Estate is not zoned for residential use so the government have simply disregarded planning regulations and the law with their intention to house roughly 300 men in the building, as they have in numerous locations.
Across Ireland, resistance to the government’s 21st century plantation of the country and the overall population replacement agenda continues to grow despite the establishment media rallying to smear and defame indigenous Irish citizens who dare to dissent and the government intimidation.
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