The attack on the older generation has only started. - Pensioners identified as causes of the housing problem!

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Calling all true Irish patriots... It is I.. BSA.. a fellow patriot... also..

Are you a true Kelly Green Irish patriot?.. An old shamrock..? An old.. You get the idea...

Of course you're a patriot.. I mean whose not a true Irish patriot? Terrorists!!! That's who! And you are not a terrorist? Are you?... I thought not....

So.... What would you do for Ireland?.. Lay down your life?... Bit much? .. The Love Island 2019 boxset is just out and you're soooo busy at work.. Well... What about giving up your house for Ireland? That's not too much to ask?... It is??. You're not much of a patriot... Are you?

Hey!!... Some of you old farts out there, you can't figure out how to watch a box set and you're definitely not busy at work.. You can give up your houses.

Myself and fellow patriot Minister Eoghan Murphy have a couple of non - intrusive questions for you oldies. Just answer them and give us a time to pick up the keys.. Leave the furniture though.. Good lads and lassies


Look.... straight talking here... we need you oldsters to pull on the green jersey.. Due to a complicated story we bankrupted Ireland.. Then all these people arrived.. the creme de la creme of househunters, Nigerians, Sub Saharan Africans, Somalians..... Brazilians. We've half a million non nationals who seem to have misplaced the money they need to live in someone else's country.. Long story short.. we just have to house them all...if we don't give them someone else's home we might loose them.. . I mean.. It's human rights.. type thing..like Sods Law.. Or the Geneva Convention.. Everyone is entitled to someone else's home... It's.. a law

So we need answers to the questions below... don't forget to drop the keys.
  • Do they live alone?
  • How many bedrooms are in their home?
  • How often are the bedrooms used?
  • How many bedrooms are in “constant” use?
  • Do family members or friends stay over regularly or rarely?
  • Have they ever thought of down-sizing?
  • Have they ever thought of selling their home?
  • Would they consider moving into secure older community accommodation?
  • Would they consider moving into a smaller nearby property if any existed?
  • What financial incentives or initiatives would encourage them to do so?
  • Would they consider the having “money in the bank” from selling their home as a reason to move out?
  • What other conditions, such as a garden, would be needed before they would consider moving out?
  • Have they assisted their children in buying a home, and if so how much money did they provide?
 

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I try not to double post but this is important..

Unbelievable ! they are at it again.... This story emerged yesterday and has not even caused a ripple.... I'm frankly baffled. Not a word on any news programme, i brought it up at work - no reaction,

Yesterday the Examiner online carried a story [link below] . 'Youthful' Minister Eoghan Murphy announced his intention to survey over a thousand Irish pensioners in relation to the houses they live in.

The Department of Housing has enlisted the Orwellian sounding survey company Behaviour & Attitudes in recent weeks to ask 1,050 older Irish people living alone for their views on what incentives would convince them to move out of their homes. It's an incredibly intrusive survey and the questions are so pointed and directive you just know what the outcome will be. Murphy has said the results 'will inform upcoming policy'.

The questions are in the post above but in case you thought they were a joke - here they are ................

  • Do they live alone?
  • How many bedrooms are in their home?
  • How often are the bedrooms used?
  • How many bedrooms are in “constant” use?
  • Do family members or friends stay over regularly or rarely?
  • Have they ever thought of down-sizing?
  • Have they ever thought of selling their home?
  • Would they consider moving into secure older community accommodation?
  • Would they consider moving into a smaller nearby property if any existed?
  • What financial incentives or initiatives would encourage them to do so?
  • Would they consider the having “money in the bank” from selling their home as a reason to move out?
  • What other conditions, such as a garden, would be needed before they would consider moving out?
  • Have they assisted their children in buying a home, and if so how much money did they provide?
Just think ...

you are an elderly Irish person in their 80's - who has worked all their lives and your only asset is your home. You receive a big envelope from The Housing Dept [ also in the scam are the Department of Finance and the Irish Government Economic and Evaluation Service (IGEES)] asking you detailed questions [is this even legal!] about the house you live in. Imagine the distress this will cause ..most older people are incredibly law abiding and instead of throwing this survey in the fire and making a written complaint about harassment the Irish pensioners will dutifully fill it in where it will be used to 'inform policy'.

Irish pensioners did not work all their lives to bail out banks, or to facilitate tsunami migration of people with no resources to live in Ireland they should not be asked step in and hand over the only asset they have to take some of the justified heat off the most useless government in the West.



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Do they live alone?No
How many bedrooms are in their home?4
How often are the bedrooms used?Twice every 24 hours
How many bedrooms are in “constant” use?4
Do family members or friends stay over regularly or rarely?Never. Full up with *foreign* guests
Have they ever thought of down-sizing?Certainly not!
Have they ever thought of selling their home?Yes if someone offers €4,000,000
Would they consider moving into secure older community accommodation?No
Would they consider moving into a smaller nearby property if any existed?No
What financial incentives or initiatives would encourage them to do so?€4,000,000
Would they consider the having “money in the bank” from selling their home as a reason to move out?Foolish question
What other conditions, such as a garden, would be needed before they would consider moving out?€4,000,000
Have they assisted their children in buying a home, and if so how much money did they provide?They can buy their own!
 

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I try not to double post but this is important..

Unbelievable ! they are at it again.... This story emerged yesterday and has not even caused a ripple.... I'm frankly baffled. Not a word on any news programme, i brought it up at work - no reaction,

Yesterday the Examiner online carried a story [link below] . 'Youthful' Minister Eoghan Murphy announced his intention to survey over a thousand Irish pensioners in relation to the houses they live in.

The Department of Housing has enlisted the Orwellian sounding survey company Behaviour & Attitudes in recent weeks to ask 1,050 older Irish people living alone for their views on what incentives would convince them to move out of their homes. It's an incredibly intrusive survey and the questions are so pointed and directive you just know what the outcome will be. Murphy has said the results 'will inform upcoming policy'.

The questions are in the post above but in case you thought they were a joke - here they are ................

  • Do they live alone?
  • How many bedrooms are in their home?
  • How often are the bedrooms used?
  • How many bedrooms are in “constant” use?
  • Do family members or friends stay over regularly or rarely?
  • Have they ever thought of down-sizing?
  • Have they ever thought of selling their home?
  • Would they consider moving into secure older community accommodation?
  • Would they consider moving into a smaller nearby property if any existed?
  • What financial incentives or initiatives would encourage them to do so?
  • Would they consider the having “money in the bank” from selling their home as a reason to move out?
  • What other conditions, such as a garden, would be needed before they would consider moving out?
  • Have they assisted their children in buying a home, and if so how much money did they provide?
Just think ...

you are an elderly Irish person in their 80's - who has worked all their lives and your only asset is your home. You receive a big envelope from The Housing Dept [ also in the scam are the Department of Finance and the Irish Government Economic and Evaluation Service (IGEES)] asking you detailed questions [is this even legal!] about the house you live in. Imagine the distress this will cause ..most older people are incredibly law abiding and instead of throwing this survey in the fire and making a written complaint about harassment the Irish pensioners will dutifully fill it in where it will be used to 'inform policy'.

Irish pensioners did not work all their lives to bail out banks, or to facilitate tsunami migration of people with no resources to live in Ireland they should not be asked step in and hand over the only asset they have to take some of the justified heat off the most useless government in the West.



Full story -
This is beyond the beyond, and I'm not sure it's getting as much attention as it deserves here.

Elderly Irish people, who've worked their lives to secure themselves and care for themselves into later life, are being asked if they'd be interested in selling up to help the the housing shortage?! Effectively meaning that they're being asked to sell up to accommodate the foreigners who are at the hart of the so-called housing crises!

I keep saying it, but everyday it gets unimaginably worse. You're dead right, this is pure harassment and should be reported to the police in every instance.
 
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This is beyond the beyond, and I'm not sure it's getting as much attention as it deserves here.

Elderly Irish people, who've worked their lives to secure themselves and care for themselves into later life, are being asked if they'd be interested in selling up to help the the housing shortage?! Effectively meaning that they're being asked to sell up to accommodate the foreigners who are at the hart of the so-called housing crises!

I keep saying it, but everyday it gets unimaginably worse. You're dead right, this is pure harassment and should be reported to the police in every instance.
There will be schemes such as sell up and move to a flat, take in a family as lodgers with rights (and they get a state subsidy). It won't move at a fast enough pace so the migrants will simply harass home owners out of their properties and the Guards will not intervene.

My view is that the elderly deserve all they get and I look forward to seeing them suffer. They voted for this every chance they got and you get what you vote for.
 

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There will be schemes such as sell up and move to a flat, take in a family as lodgers with rights (and they get a state subsidy). It won't move at a fast enough pace so the migrants will simply harass home owners out of their properties and the Guards will not intervene.

My view is that the elderly deserve all they get and I look forward to seeing them suffer. They voted for this every chance they got and you get what you vote for.
How did the elderly vote for "THIS"? You do know of course, that you do not get what you vote for! You vote for candidates who have some fantasy notions as to what constitutes the truth!
 

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There will be schemes such as sell up and move to a flat, take in a family as lodgers with rights (and they get a state subsidy). It won't move at a fast enough pace so the migrants will simply harass home owners out of their properties and the Guards will not intervene.

My view is that the elderly deserve all they get and I look forward to seeing them suffer. They voted for this every chance they got and you get what you vote for.
My initial reaction is the devil rub it up them. Serves them right and hope they get more of it. I am pissed off hearing about the
wonderful socialist Swedes. They made their money producing steel to make artillery gun barrels in the Bofor plant.
Wtf are you like, man?!

Maybe you should stick to bike tricks and moon landings.
 

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There will be schemes such as sell up and move to a flat, take in a family as lodgers with rights (and they get a state subsidy). It won't move at a fast enough pace so the migrants will simply harass home owners out of their properties and the Guards will not intervene.
There will be all sorts of schemes to extract rooms first, then houses, from older people by hook or by crook, [read those questions above]. The pace of this will get faster - until it is stopped, which I think it will.​
The Irish Government, it's a single government there is no opposition, is looking for a quick fix that'll take the heat off for some of the worst decisions ever made by a Western Government in the 20th and 21st centuries This is what the end product of Governance by Gombeenism looks like and the consequences are getting worse by the day. To enrich a tiny Irish business/property owning elite the borders of Ireland have effectively been dismantled. People from 145 countries are here for the Welfare Bonanazarolla, hundreds of thousands of people who have no business here looking for welfare and houses. The word is out on Internet forums... Ireland is the place to be... 3rd world heaven... L.T.R [leave to remain - - given to everyone no questions asked], citizenship for huge families awarded while you are on welfare, freedom to carry on your 'culture' FGM, child marriage, misogyny, sorcery and witchcraft without question or consequence. 3rd world heaven indeed.​
I don't think that this type of traitorous bolloxology will achieve anything, it won't even put a dent the migrants looking for a free Irish house problem in the slightest. Its strictly a desperate quick fix by con-men who realise they've really messed up this time Stanley.​
They voted for this every chance they got and you get what you vote for.
Wind--up ....:rolleyes:
It'll continue until it's stopped...​
 
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Do they live alone?No
How many bedrooms are in their home?5
How often are the bedrooms used?7/50
How many bedrooms are in “constant” use?5
Do family members or friends stay over regularly or rarely?Always
Have they ever thought of down-sizing?No
Have they ever thought of selling their home?Yes if someone offers €20,000,000
Would they consider moving into secure older community accommodation?No
Would they consider moving into a smaller nearby property if any existed?No
What financial incentives or initiatives would encourage them to do so?€20,000,000
NO
What other conditions, such as a garden, would be needed before they would consider moving out?€20,000,000
Have they assisted their children in buying a home, and if so how much money did they provide?No, All living in, no rent, just digs.
 

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Ireland’s minister for death Simon Harris has ensured that hospitals are no longer safe places for the elderly by changing the ethos from preserving to destroying life.
Minister Murphy must be clearly delighted at the new snuff the old geezers out policy as this will bring more houses onto the market
 
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