Profit From Migration

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That's cool, but how in modern Ireland are wealthy people profiting from migration?
Well, you don't have to be a great economist to work that out. The Irish ruling class are a landowning ruling class. Any increase in population will push up the value of their land. They have flooded Ireland with over a million migrants, increasing the population by 20%. That has meant hugely inflated land and home prices. In other words, a colossal windfall for the Irish wealthy. On top of that, a million desperate and frightened migrants have driven down wages for the potentially uppedy Native Irish. And because the migrants are desperate and afraid, they don't join trade unions. The last Tesco strike the migrants kept all the shops open, while the Native Irish were out on the picket lines. And then there's the refugee industry. Here the ruling class can make millions in risk free money by getting state contracts to house, feed and provide services to so called "refugees." The law has now been changed so that these "refugees" can now work for the ruling class on minimum wage. No doubt they will actually be working on less than minimum wage - with the taxpayer subsidizing their wages.
 
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Yes, there are over a million migrants in the 26 counties.
i honestly didnt know that, swear to God, can u point me to any site or chart with breakdown etc. im fucking depressed now tadhg, i had no idea, im only a month on this site and was a bit out of loop b4 that for ages. im absolutely stunned.
 

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So what numbers do illegals make up with total migration?

I don't know about illegals. I'm not sure it would even be worth being an illegal in Ireland when all you have to do is say they word "asylum" and you will be given free housing and food and health care.
 

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i honestly didnt know that, swear to God, can u point me to any site or chart with breakdown etc. im fucking depressed now tadhg, i had no idea, im only a month on this site and was a bit out of loop b4 that for ages. im absolutely stunned.

It's very difficult to get the real numbers. I see figures of about 850,000 non-nationals living in the 26 counties. But that doesn't count the 120,000 migrants who have been given passports by Shatter and Fitzgerald and who we are now supposed to believe are native Irish people. Nor does it count all the anchor babies and mulatto bastards that are breeding everywhere. For those reasons I'd say the true figure for migrants in the 26 counties is over one million.
 
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I don't know about illegals. I'm not sure it would even be worth being an illegal in Ireland when all you have to do is say they word "asylum" and you will be given free housing and food and health care.
I did look up the grounds for revoking citizenship. There are grounds. It's a bit sketchy, but as far as I'm concerned, anyone who claimed to seek asylum and has returned home for a holiday, obtained the leave to remain fraudulently. Therefore the basis of their citizenship is fraudulent. I'm not a lawyer at all, but that seems common sense.

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More than €400 million has been paid to private companies for operating the network of direct provision centres for asylum seekers across the State over the last seven years.

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan said these “direct provision” firms had been paid more than €57.7 million for the 11 months to the end of November, an average of some €1.2 million a week.

The profits a number of the companies are making from direct provision have been put beyond public scrutiny as a number of the firms have re-registered as unlimited companies where they are not required to file annual accounts.

State paid private firms €400m to run direct provision centres