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GE2020 'Sinn Féin can't solve the housing crisis. They’re not willing to tackle immigration'

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What is Ireland if its full of interchangeable economic units whose only connections as a group is how much money you make, place will look like a variation of brazil. Brits out everyone else in, even though there's loads of brits living here and their influence on us at the top level hasn't waned.

America, germany, uk and their influence, no different to the new three parties we have now with the split of the vote. The level of cult thinking that is in people is understandable, religions are a necessary thing for the general pleb as in vast majority, but this faith in a party crack needs to stop. The top level of all these parties from what i can see is weak/stupid or just outright corrupt.

The EU should be changed from within, the cucked germans are a big problem regards this, they are a broken people and the economic and social order within their system needs to crack badly before they will awaken again, just like here. The brits leaving is a blessing overall, as they will all do a divide and conquer job on it forever, like throughout their history.

A shared economic trade union, the original intention of it, is extremely beneficial to us, as well as against the hordes of the world, as the rest are vying for control/access of/to the excess created, again history has cycles, it takes a while for groups to join up, and its generally when they are rattled to a breaking point that they do. Of course the eu may need to end and be recreated, it has gone through many evolutions, if there is to be a resurgence, or some of these bigger nations need to fall, don't know but when the global economy starts to shake you will see real change and a return to a more natural place, I would think.

Many of the countries of europe need a complete clearout of those at the top, new blood that is naturally connected to the soil they stand on.
 

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Sinn Fein have a bold new law to solve the housing issue now that we've taken power. Mandatory homosexuality will be practised for the next 40 years with all forms of heterosexuality deemed as illegal as we look to implement our zero child policy. What, did you think our 365 days a year pride marches were just for the craic?

Eoin O'Broin.
 
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I am a single voter you twat, not a member of any political party.
If you have all these stupid questions and petty, leading, questions to ask, ask the fucking political party you're so spend your time whinging about.
You cane here saying SF was the only party with a clear policy to reduce immigration, then get angry when asked to lay it out.
 

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You cane here saying SF was the only party with a clear policy to reduce immigration, then get angry when asked to lay it out.
I've showed you SF's manifesto policy on immigration several times and pointed out that the other parties didn't mention immigration in theirs.

I'm not going to continue posting it for slow learners.

What did the 'National Party' have in their manifesto about immigration??
Oh yea...they didn't even have a manifesto.....
 

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Sinn Fein had proposed a minimum wage of €12.30 per hour in their 2020 manifesto.
 

The Equaliser

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One problem that Eire and the UK plc have in common is the lack of resources when it comes to the construction of houses, the skilled trades and materials. In UK plc presently, virtually all the concrete production is used for house building.

Add the influx of people and all you get is the destruction of open spaces, pressure on state services, all which impact the locals.
 

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Timmy Fooley was on a mission to create a tax payers fund to keep the dying establishment media afloat. Now that he's gone, will the Shinners carry on his evil work?
Dooley is married and got Chambers up the duff. She’s living with another FG councillor. Bastards are drinking and roiding all over the place in Dáil Éireann.
 

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Sinn Fein had proposed a minimum wage of €12.30 per hour in their 2020 manifesto.
FF in their glory years actually did do a lot of very positive which earned them the loyalty they used to have. The Shinners are operating under more constrained circumstances or will be if they get into power.
 
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