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Irish government paid media for ‘good news’ about mass migration

The Irish government has been paying journalists to write good news stories about Project Ireland 2040, it was revealed. Opposition leader Micheál Martin has called the scheme “ethically dubious”.

Published: February 27, 2018, 8:06 am

    The government’s strategic communications unit has paid for sponsored “news pieces” to appear in key national and regional newspapers promoting Ireland 2040, a globalist scheme to “replace” the native population.

    And increasing Ireland’s population by a million using mass migration, is to receive a massive €116 billion from taxpayers.

    The manufactured good news “could not include negative or critical content”, The Times reported on Friday.

    But Project Ireland 2040 has been called a “pyramid scheme” by critics, set up to enrich investors with taxpayer money.

    Martin told the Irish Parliament that “the blurring of the lines is genuinely worrying from a parliamentary democracy point of view”. He said the scheme was essentially “using taxpayers’ money to promote Fine Gael politically”. Fine Gael is the governing party and largest party in Ireland in terms of members as well as Irish members of European Parliament.

    The government’s plan to open an asylum centre for 115 migrants in a heritage town where one of Ireland’s oldest traditional festivals is held, has been attacked by Irish patriots.

    More than 100 concerned locals voted down the proposed asylum centre, pointing out that the town of just 300 residents lacks the services needed for the new arrivals.

    Also, Dublin, the Irish capital, has been in the grip of gangs and the Irish police, the gardai, complain that they are powerless against them. We can reveal that the gang, with African origins, have been running rampant in communities all over the capital, with gardai insisting “they don’t fear or respect us anymore”.

    A source told the Irish Sun in January: “In the last two months gardai have linked the gang in question to 40 robberies from shops and other establishments and almost 30 robberies on person where iPhones, wallets and jewellery have been stolen.” The source added: “The problems gardai are facing from this gang, or number of gangs, all over the city are extraordinary.”

    Mass migration has contributed to criminal youths “wreaking havoc” throughout the capital, according to police, who say the offences “[range] from shouting and intimidating old people in large groups to assaulting and robbing people of all ages, often with deadly weapons such as large knives”.

    Opposition Fianna Fail TD Jack Chambers said the behaviour of African gangs has become a “major problem” as native Irish citizens are now “living in fear” and “scared to leave their homes”.

    Independent Councillor Tony Murphy reported that police risk causing “a mini riot” every time they try to arrest the African offenders. “They may be teenagers in age but they are big strong men in size and are not afraid to flex their muscle to anybody, including gardai,” another source said.

    “There are three or four members of one particular gang arrested every week and up in court all the time for various anti-social offences before they invariably end up back on the streets running riot in no time at all,” the Irish Sun noted.

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