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74 families became homeless in Dublin last month (Breaking News)

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16 thoughts on “And Then There Were 6,189

  1. dav

    fair play civilwarshirts, keep the “recovery” going… for bankers, bondholders, developers etc……

    1. brownbull

      Dav – why don’t your beloved Sinn Fein who run Dublin City Council do something with the budget they have been allocated specifically for this issue? and why don’t they take in the maximum allowable property tax to increase the budget to deal with this emergency? – or are they too busy talking about the fluoride in the water? They have control of the local authority for two years now and have done nothing!

      1. Kieran NYC

        Pssh. Don’t you know that governing is just for blushirts and protestants.

        Real patriots don’t try to actually improve the country they ‘love’!

        1. dav

          well we all now that any improvements will only benefit the bankers, bondholders, developers etc not the citizens you are meant to be looking out for.

          1. Anomanomanom

            Of course, it’s so clear now. The completely useless council are just pretending to be useless so the blueshirts can’t “insert conspiracy” from the council even though the blueshirts don’t run the council.

    1. Lordblessusandsaveus

      Back in your white only taxi in your white only taxi rank there and have a good old moan to nobody.

    2. Dόn 'The Unstoppable Force' Pídgéόní

      Which would maybe explain it if the government had agreed to take 6k refugees. But they agreed to 2500 and 20 applied. The year before Ireland only took about 150 refugees under UN schemes.

  2. Scundered

    Maybe Michael D Higgins the famous “humanitarian” can give them some space in the confines of his mansion or grounds?

    1. Dόn 'The Unstoppable Force' Pídgéόní

      Tbf, anyone with spare room could give them space, not just the poshos

  3. jimmy russell

    anyone trying to say that we need to look after the homeless and working poor in this country first before piling on hundred/thousands of more people we cant look after properly is just a bigoted racist europe is for everyone there needs to be loads more diversity and only a nazi would disagree

  4. Kolmo

    One side making endless deflective excuses the other side tut-tutting powerlessly – meanwhile the situation is festering like an unholy cauldron of social time-bombs. Truly, a period of shame and embarrassment in our history. 6189.

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