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Even many of those in the working class who have gripes about immigration then just go home to their Filipino wives and watch whatever English sportball is on the television.

The movement must be built from what remains of the decent people of each class. Because it's not all about class. Every sector of Irish society is complicit in this. But the working class on the whole are not the patriotic ordinary people the nationalist movement seems to want to give them credit for.
Is there a social welfare allowance for Filipino wives now?

Does one have to be unemployed to avail of this scheme?
 

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Even many of those in the working class who have gripes about immigration then just go home to their Filipino wives and watch whatever English sportball is on the television.

The movement must be built from what remains of the decent people of each class. Because it's not all about class. Every sector of Irish society is complicit in this. But the working class on the whole are not the patriotic ordinary people the nationalist movement seems to want to give them credit for.

What percentage of the Irish working class have Filipino wives? I think you'll find that mail order brides is a thing of the Middle Classes.

As for class, you cannot ignore it in this case, as mass immigration effects the different classes in very different ways. The Middle Classes might be better off because of mass immigration, as they have cheap labour for their coffee shops etc., they have cleaners and child minders at cheap prices, and they can get work done in their houses more cheap- and, above all, a lot of the Middle Class have a house or an apartment that they rent to migrants. In complete contrast, the Working Class gains nothing from mass immigration. Their areas are invaded by African gangs and Eastern Europeans. They can't get a decent paying job as they are priced out of the market by migrants. Their local schools look like something from darkest Africa, and their social services are crowded to the point of being unusable.
 
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Any new movement is doomed if we isolate and disengage large sections of the Irish people.
We should make it clear that we have no problem with controlled migration, but rather just want tougher entry and easier deportations.
Filipino wives aren't a threat or a drain on the economy. I see no reason to focus on them.
Getting into Ireland should be as tough as getting into Canada or Cuba (check out their immigration stipulations).
And any immigrant who has been put in prison for serious offences needs to be deported with no appeal.
Anyway, we can't do shit whilst in the EU, so lets not put the cart before the horse.
Shill for Irexit amongst your social circle.
 
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Even many of those in the working class who have gripes about immigration then just go home to their Filipino wives and watch whatever English sportball is on the television.

The movement must be built from what remains of the decent people of each class. Because it's not all about class. Every sector of Irish society is complicit in this. But the working class on the whole are not the patriotic ordinary people the nationalist movement seems to want to give them credit for.
What are you talking about Filipino Wives??????? Man you are out of touch
 

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Any new movement is doomed if we isolate and disengage large sections of the Irish people.
We should make it clear that we have no problem with controlled migration, but rather just want tougher entry and easier deportations.
Filipino wives aren't a threat or a drain on the economy. I see no reason to focus on them.
Getting into Ireland should be as tough as getting into Canada or Cuba (check out their immigration stipulations).
And any immigrant who has been put in prison for serious offences needs to be deported with no appeal.
Anyway, we can't do shit whilst in the EU, so lets not put the cart before the horse.
Shill for Irexit amongst your social circle.

It's not entirely true we can't do anything while in the EU. The Régime has handed out 100,000 passports to non-EU migrants over the last six years. And Shatter gave out another 80,000 before that. The EU did not force us to do that. In fact, the EU doesn't force us to take in tens of thousands of migrants from South America on dodgy applications from cheap employers either.
 
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Any new movement is doomed if we isolate and disengage large sections of the Irish people.
We should make it clear that we have no problem with controlled migration, but rather just want tougher entry and easier deportations.
Filipino wives aren't a threat or a drain on the economy. I see no reason to focus on them.
Getting into Ireland should be as tough as getting into Canada or Cuba (check out their immigration stipulations).
And any immigrant who has been put in prison for serious offences needs to be deported with no appeal.
Anyway, we can't do shit whilst in the EU, so lets not put the cart before the horse.
Shill for Irexit amongst your social circle.
The gaming of the asylum system is a big part of the problem.
How many deportation orders are actually enforced?

Asylum seekers should be kept in humane conditions, but away from the Irish mainland.
IMO, Australia's asylum policy is one we should emulate.
 
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I dunno anyone with a Filipino wife. I don't see the level of mixed race relationships some seem to see. There's some. But people in Ireland are fairly enthocentric -- insofar as I can gauge.

In any event, it's middle class people who are the shot callers and I'm more concerned with dazed middle class types who vote for highly strung whackos like Kate O'Connell who disguise themselves as normal people than people, who in despair, have noone else to fall upon than undisguised trot crazies.

Trot crazies legislate very little whereas it's the suited types, on license from middle class voters, who implement all the globalism.
 
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Regarding EU immigration, the Irish government should restrict means tested benefits to Irish citizens only.
If anyone from the EU wants to work here, they should be expected to pay for private health insurance and private education for their kids.

Also, there should be no state funded translation services for migrants.
It should be their responsibility to learn English.
 
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