Nearly 1 million Non Nationals living in Ireland, Another 105,000 living here with Dual Nationality

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New figures out today show the number of Non-Nationals living in Ireland has fallen slightly from 544,357 to 535,475.

The Census recorded 535,475 non-Irish nationals living in the country, a 1.6% decrease on the previous census figure in 2011 of 544,357.
However, those who now claim Dual Nationality has skyrocketed by 887.4% to a staggering 104,784.

OVER THE PAST five years, the number of people in living Ireland holding dual-citizenship (Irish and another country) has increased by 87.4% to 104,784 persons.
In other words, the non-national population now stands at a real figure of 640, 259, It just so happens that we allow these people to hold dual nationality allowing them to keep their old passports and citizenship.

When you look at these figures it shows, Irish-Americans (17,552 people) were the largest group holding dual-citizenship here followed by followed by Irish-UK (15,428) and Irish-Polish (9,273).

It's easy to see why Americans and British people may be holding dual nationality, they have links and ties to Ireland and with the UK we have seen a huge uptake in obtaining an Irish passport because of Brexit from Irish people living in the UK. This however still leaves a total of 607, 279 non-nationals living in Ireland with 71,807 being allowed to continue to hold dual nationality. These are also the official figures, we have no idea of the unofficial figures of people who refused to fill out the census forms.

Amazingly we have also handed out 9,273 Irish citizenships to Polish people, why are polish people obtaining Irish Citizenship?

The figures go on to show,

Non-Irish nationals living here come from 200 different nations but only 12 of those nations have communities here of at least 10,000 people.

Polish nationals were the largest group of non-Irish nationals living here with 122,515 people. This is followed by the UK with 103,113 people and Lithuania with 36,552 people.

The other nations with over 10,000 people are Brazil, France, Germany, India, Italy, Latvia, Romania Spain and the USA.
Among Irish towns, Ballyhaunis in Mayo had the highest proportion of non-Irish nationals with 941 persons representing 39.5% of its population.

The two next highest were both in Longford, Edgeworthstown with 32.3% (667 persons) and Ballymahon with 32.1% (599 persons).

The Census also showed that non-Irish nationals account for 14.9% of the workforce in this country.
A total of 293,830 non-Irish nationals are working here, almost half of whom work in four main sectors, namely: retail, hospitality, manufacturing and healthcare.

The unemployment rate among non-Irish nationals was 15.4%, compared with a rate of 12.6% among the Irish population.
Dual Irish citizens living here jumps by almost 90% to 105,000 over five years
 

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Genocide and Population replacement. The Native Irish are being exterminated and replaced by a black drone workforce.

The man of the future will be of mixed race. The races and classes of today will gradually disappear due to the elimination of space, time, and prejudice. The Eurasian-black race of the future, similar in appearance to the Ancient Egyptians, will replace the diversity of peoples and the diversity of individuals.


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Here are some figures according to the CAO.

The number of Irish residents born outside Ireland continued to increase and stood at 810,406 in 2016.

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Romanians, Brazilians and Spanish show largest increases The groups which showed the largest increase were those already well established in Ireland. The fastest growing groups in absolute terms were Romanians (up 10,707), Brazilians (up 6,498) and Spanish (up 4,806). Other smaller groups showed large increases in percentage terms such as Croatia which increased by 431 per cent to 5,202, Venezuela (increased by 259% to 1,729), Afghanistan (increased by 212 % to 1,729) and Syria (increased by 199% to 920).

New arrivals Inward migration to Ireland by foreign nationals in the year to April 2016 was 54,203, as presented in Table 5.2 below. The data shows non-Irish immigrants arrived from a large selection of countries. As with Irish immigrants the UK was the top country of origin with 7,506 arrivals, followed by Brazil with 4,848 and Poland with 3,689. Between them France, Germany, Italy and Spain accounted for 9,293 arrivals. There were also more than 1,000 non-Irish immigrants from each of China, India, Romania, the USA and Croatia. Altogether 180 distinct countries were recorded as a country of origin for nonIrish immigrants in the year to April 2016 on the census.

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Dual Irish nationalities In 2016 the number of persons with dual Irish nationality almost doubled on the 2011 figure increasing from 55,905 to 104,784 in April 2016. Persons born in Ireland accounted for 37 per cent of this group or 38,344 persons. Figure 5.5 presents this group by their dual nationality split between those who were born in Ireland and those born abroad. The longer the bar overall the higher the number of persons of that dual nationality. Irish-Americans were the largest dual-Irish group accounting for 17,552 persons, of whom 6,358 (36%) were born in Ireland and the remainder, 11,194 (64%) born abroad. Among Irish-UK nationals the majority (86%) were born outside Ireland with just 2,170 (14%) born in Ireland. Among Irish-Polish nationals the majority were born here; there were 2,743 persons born outside Ireland who now identify as part-Irish.

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Lots more Information here

http://www.cso.ie/en/media/csoie/re...ments/population/2017/Chapter_5_Diversity.pdf
 

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We should only be Letting in those for skills shortages.

Having nearly 1 million people not born in Ireland will destroy Irish identity and culture.

Open Doors will be the end of us, just as it was for any native population who allowed mass-migration into their country without restrictions.

We have a housing problem, we have long hospital waiting lists, deport those non-nationals and those who have been handed a passport who are not working here and watch the problems go away.
 

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We've a very, very, very small "Skills Shortage"- if any.

To still have a "skills shortage" after a Plantation like that is amazing!
I always find it amazing that we need to import people from outside Europe, surely thee must be someone among the 508 million people of the EU who could do the job!
 

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I always find it amazing that we need to import people from outside Europe, surely thee must be someone among the 508 million people of the EU who could do the job!

If find it amazing that we need Nigerian bus drivers, taxi men and post men, along with Chinese Gardaí. Is anyone telling me that Irish people refuse to do these jobs?
 
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New figures out today show the number of Non-Nationals living in Ireland has fallen slightly from 544,357 to 535,475.



However, those who now claim Dual Nationality has skyrocketed by 887.4% to a staggering 104,784.



In other words, the non-national population now stands at a real figure of 640, 259, It just so happens that we allow these people to hold dual nationality allowing them to keep their old passports and citizenship.

When you look at these figures it shows, Irish-Americans (17,552 people) were the largest group holding dual-citizenship here followed by followed by Irish-UK (15,428) and Irish-Polish (9,273).

It's easy to see why Americans and British people may be holding dual nationality, they have links and ties to Ireland and with the UK we have seen a huge uptake in obtaining an Irish passport because of Brexit from Irish people living in the UK. This however still leaves a total of 607, 279 non-nationals living in Ireland with 71,807 being allowed to continue to hold dual nationality. These are also the official figures, we have no idea of the unofficial figures of people who refused to fill out the census forms.

Amazingly we have also handed out 9,273 Irish citizenships to Polish people, why are polish people obtaining Irish Citizenship?

The figures go on to show,

Dual Irish citizens living here jumps by almost 90% to 105,000 over five years

Don't forget these are the "official" figures. In official Ireland where the management is from a naive, smug childlike class who are lambs that believe lions and wolves are interesting curious creatures and it is against their middle-class status sensibilities to show any sort of wariness toward such creatures, calling it racism, they naively believe the official take on how the world works. So for them when the census says something, then it must be true.

In reality the world, especially the world of the immigrant which increasingly lives apart from the naive little Irish childlike lambs, operates in a completely different cunning and sly manner.

The real figures of foreigners in Ireland is far higher.
Their children are put down as "Irish".
Others put down as dual nationality.
How many did not fill out the form.
A lot of those saying they are "British" are not ethnically British and also are immigrants to Britain and also immigrants to mainland Europe who also moved to Britain.

I would put the real figure at about 1.25 million, also going from Irish city and town observations of numbers of foreigners going about. The housing, accommodation crisis are other indicators, as are the hospital and resource pressures being experienced.

And then there's this illustration from the 2006 Census showing how naive middle-class childlike lamb thinks things happen because "it says so" versus how things work in reality:

Trade Union leaders challenged the accuracy of immigration figures in Sept. 2007. ICTU said the census(2006) count of 11,000 Chinese in Ireland was far short of the 100,000 observers said are actually here. The census said 63,000 Poles, the Polish embassy said the real number was as high as 200,000.
source:Sunday Times 2/09/09

So 10 times the number of Chinese, 3.5 times the number of Poles, how many more Africans, Pakistanis etc, are here above what is stated?
 
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