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Syrian asylum-seekers at the 4 star Abbeyfield Hotel in Ballaghaderreen

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Ireland among the worst in the EU for accepting unaccompanied minors seeking asylum - Independent.ie

Zainab Boladale
A Nigerian who arrived with her family and who only got residency as the Irish Born Child scam was not yet closed trying to get us to take in more of her fellow "asylum seekers." If she is so desperate to live amongst Africans then there is a simple solution. She return to Africa.

A diversity hire too. Can't do basic foundation level maths.

Just 5.9 per cent (35 out of the 63,300), of unaccompanied minors that were seeking asylum in the EU were registered in Ireland last year, according to Eurostat.
5.9% of 63,300 is 3735.
 

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i didn't think gays still felt 'oppressed' in IRL, or were anti-family, as some of them want families via surrogacy etc, that's why i thought she may be jewish. Zionists are working at being the only 'Pure Race', it appears even more sinister, than at first glance.

The kind of "families" the gays want are a destruction of the natural order.
 

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A Nigerian who arrived with her family and who only got residency as the Irish Born Child scam was not yet closed trying to get us to take in more of her fellow "asylum seekers." If she is so desperate to live amongst Africans then there is a simple solution. She return to Africa.

A diversity hire too. Can't do basic foundation level maths.



5.9% of 63,300 is 3735.
And there was me looking for Zainab Boladale in the text of the article. Then I realised it's the journalists name- for the Irish Times Facepalm

Also, I'm so sick of names that give no indication whether they're male or female. Sigh.
 

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Ireland among the worst in the EU for accepting unaccompanied minors seeking asylum - Independent.ie



A Nigerian who arrived with her family and who only got residency as the Irish Born Child scam was not yet closed trying to get us to take in more of her fellow "asylum seekers." If she is so desperate to live amongst Africans then there is a simple solution. She return to Africa.

A diversity hire too. Can't do basic foundation level maths.



5.9% of 63,300 is 3735.

I thought the 'Irish Born' child scheme' was coming up for a Referendum in June 2017..? as I heard the liberals & jewish liberals of western society were going to do everything in their power to block it.
 
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I thought the 'Irish Born' child scheme' was coming up for a Referendum in June 2017..? as I heard the liberals & jewish liberals of western society were going to do everything in their power to block it.
Twenty-seventh Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland - Wikipedia

Having a child here whilst in the asylum process gave them leave them remain and the child automatic Irish citizenship. The only EU member state that gave anyone born there citizenship. Circa 30k got leave to remain after we closed that loophole through the Irish Born Child scheme of 2005. How many got it before?

In the years prior to the referendum, 58% of all asylum seeking women over the age of 16 were pregnant upon making their application for asylum.

http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/information note.pdf/Files/information note.pdf
 

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Twenty-seventh Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland - Wikipedia

Having a child here whilst in the asylum process gave them leave them remain and the child automatic Irish citizenship. The only EU member state that gave anyone born there citizenship. Circa 30k got leave to remain after we closed that loophole through the Irish Born Child scheme of 2005. How many got it before?

In the years prior to the referendum, 58% of all asylum seeking women over the age of 16 were pregnant upon making their application for asylum.

http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/information note.pdf/Files/information note.pdf
So the citizens voted in 2004 to block migrants from getting to stay in Ireland because of a baby being born here - and the régime brought in the Irish Born Child Scheme in 2005 to allow migrants to stay because of a child born here? Sounds about right.
 

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Twenty-seventh Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland - Wikipedia

Having a child here whilst in the asylum process gave them leave them remain and the child automatic Irish citizenship. The only EU member state that gave anyone born there citizenship. Circa 30k got leave to remain after we closed that loophole through the Irish Born Child scheme of 2005. How many got it before?

In the years prior to the referendum, 58% of all asylum seeking women over the age of 16 were pregnant upon making their application for asylum.

http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/information note.pdf/Files/information note.pdf
Thanks for that info, my blood is boiling now. So the public voted to remove 'Automatic Citizenship thru Birth' in 2004, & it was 'Reviewed' in 2005 by Minister Michael McDowell..., who has 'Hacked' the Constitution more than once.. In 2017, EU officials (pawns of zion) will be pushing to undermine national sovereignty again. Euronews reported last week, that a South American woman obtained EU residency after the birth of her child, after she brought her case to the European Court of Justice (pawns) & Won. This result may 'overlord' national sovereignty of EU states, which of course is 'contrived' behind the scenes.
 
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So the citizens voted in 2004 to block migrants from getting to stay in Ireland because of a baby being born here - and the régime brought in the Irish Born Child Scheme in 2005 to allow migrants to stay because of a child born here? Sounds about right.

Ok so now i'm confused.
 

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I'm just saying what you said. As usual in Ireland, the régime did the very opposite of what the people voted for.

my God, back in place since 2005 ?!! 12 Years ! Michael McDowell. behind the recent removal of the alcohol ban on 'Good Friday' at Easter, another step towards 'Secular Ireland'. Just doing what they want !

So asylum seekers have a 'birthright' since 2005 (after 3 or 4 years in IRL)
Irish citizenship through birth or descent

In Switzerland, it takes TWELVE Years to Apply for Citizenship, & you have to be Working WITHOUT a Break during that Time.
Germany, is putting an end to 'Birth right' citizenship.

Since then, However, it seems Ruth COPPINGER is doing her own thing in the Dáil, Again...............in March 2017 ! She will not be happy until Ireland is Obliterated.
Dáil Éireann - 09/Mar/2017 Irish Nationality and Citizenship (Restoration of Birthright Citizenship) Bill 2017: First Stage
 
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Huge swathes of Syria is fairly safe.
Damascus proper is full of restaurants. and night life .
They are still building tourist hotels in Tartous.
Even Aleppo has been transformed in recent months with Christians now parading in the streets.

I can only assume most of those "refugees" lounging about Europe in skinny jeans and Iphones are on the run from the authorities having backed the losing side in the failed terror campaign.
 
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Think Gov. should be Forced to house homeless in IRL, before immigrants or refugees, & get consent from Westmeath, & Irish People.
Do you know any homeless person from Dublin who would move to Ballaghaderreen ?