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I don't know if people in other parts of the country realise just how far gone Dublin is. Walking around the city centre you'd swear you were in Islamabad.
If anyone wants a view of this reality, just get off the train at Connolly and walk up Talbot street to Moore street or Jervis street, then around to Parnell street and back down over O'Connell street. What's happened to Moore street alone is staggering.
 

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If anyone wants a view of this reality, just get off the train at Connolly and walk up Talbot street to Moore street or Jervis street, then around to Parnell street and back down over O'Connell street. What's happened to Moore street alone is staggering.
All on the Northside.....not so much on the doorsteps of the southside luvvies.........
 

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No, scaremongering was perhaps the wrong word, lying, now that's more like it.
All non-Irish nationals in Ireland - CSO - Central Statistics Office. The initial percentage is 12 % then factor in those that got citizenship bring it to14%approx .The census is not accurate as many would likely underestimate those in their household .The estimate for the undocumented is 30k so the true figure is likely 17% .
Scaremongering rubbish imo, link, from reputable sources. Thanks.
All non-Irish nationals in Ireland - CSO - Central Statistics Office. The population of migrants is12% then factor in those that got Irish citizenship it's 14 % .The census is not accurate and the migrant number is likely to have been underestimated add the undocumented and 17% is possible..https://www.rte.ie/news/business/2018/0620/971871-cso-population-figures/. The migrant population and their off spring the percentage could well be 50% by 2050.
 

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Good to see an African making a stand against crime in Blanchardstown - after all, most of that crime is being carried out by African gangs. Can Mr. Onwumereh succeed where the Gardaí have completely failed?

Similar ploy to getting the Muslims into the police force- needing their voice to sort out the problems that they themselves are causing.

Couldn't make it up.
 

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All non-Irish nationals in Ireland - CSO - Central Statistics Office. The initial percentage is 12 % then factor in those that got citizenship bring it to14%approx .The census is not accurate as many would likely underestimate those in their household .The estimate for the undocumented is 30k so the true figure is likely 17% .

All non-Irish nationals in Ireland - CSO - Central Statistics Office. The population of migrants is12% then factor in those that got Irish citizenship it's 14 % .The census is not accurate and the migrant number is likely to have been underestimated add the undocumented and 17% is possible..https://www.rte.ie/news/business/2018/0620/971871-cso-population-figures/. The migrant population and their off spring the percentage could well be 50% by 2050.
I'd say that census figure would be closer to 20% in all reality. As of today it's probably not far off 1 in 4. Add to that the rate they're still pouring in and having children, and how few Irish children are being born, and I'd say that 50% by 2050 would be handy enough alright.
 

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I'd say that census figure would be closer to 20% in all reality. As of today it's probably not far off 1 in 4. Add to that the rate they're still pouring in and having children, and how few Irish children are being born, and I'd say that 50% by 2050 would be handy enough alright.
What gets pushed aside is the words native Irish .A child born to foreign parents is an Irish citizen NOT native Irish.
 

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