The Migrants Rights Centre Ireland is doing a tour of the country running clinics to provide assistance for illegals in applying for Justice Minister Helen McEntee’s blanket amnesty scheme which began on January 31st this year.

McEntee called into Galway Bay FM last Friday to promote the clinics despite them being run by an ostensibly ‘non-governmental organisation’. Apparently Galway Bay FM was also promoting her amnesty scheme in three different languages during the week, including Polish for some reason.

McEntee told the station “we’re also launching a social media campaign” in Portuguese, Mandarin, Urdu, and many other languages “to reach people in as many ways as possible”.

The amnesty programme is open to applicants until July 31st. It seems they’re struggling to find applicants though as only four to five thousand have applied according to McEntee.

A large proportion could be asylum seekers too as they are also eligible for the blanket amnesty but it’s not clear whether McEntee has included them in her 4,000 ‘undocumented’ figure as there’s a separate stream for them to apply.

They’re definitely not ‘undocumented’ and McEntee has never explained why they’re eligible in the first place. The State has lots of documentation about their failed asylum claims and endless appeals. The government knows where they live. They’ve been providing accommodation to them and everything else. 

Nobody ever brings up the fact that the amnesty is being used to clear out the direct provision system. Asylum seekers only have to have been in the system for two years to apply while illegals have to have been here for four years (three if they have children). 

While applying is free for asylum seekers, illegals have to pay €550 for an individual application or €700 for a family. The MRCI say they can help illegals who can’t afford the fee.

The MRCI estimate that there are 17,000 illegals living in Ireland although McEntee quoted their figure as 20,000. They have never been able to a provide a source for their estimate and the truth is nobody knows how many are here. 

McEntee can get away with quoting whatever figure she likes as she knows she’ll never be asked about it, just like she is never asked about the asylum seekers. She also knows she’ll never be asked why she isn’t seeking to prosecute the employers of all these illegals.

There’s been a lot of evidence the public is being groomed for McEntee to become Taoiseach, so questions about any of this would be unbecoming. The type of journalists she gives interviews to understand this intrinsically without having to be told.

Fake papers are rampant in the system according to Judge Desmond Zaidan who was appalled to to discover that an illegal before him charged with having falsified documents had since been given a real work permit by the Dept of Justice. Zaidan said it made a mockery of the system and nowhere in the world would the State behave like this. He’s right.

McEntee told Galway Bay FM that all these illegals are “absolutely vital to our community” but it’s curious she definitively knows this much but nothing else about them.

She also repeated the lie that this is a once-in-a-generation scheme. As I’ve mentioned before, there was a prior blanket amnesty for illegals in 2017 although her predecessor Charlie Flanagan didn’t inform the public about it. 

While McEntee struggles to promote her amnesty, it would appear information about her soft approach to justice has spread widely outside of Ireland with the news that a huge proportion of people registering as homeless are freshly arrived immigrants from outside the EU and their numbers are growing. 

The MRCI are advising illegals who aren’t sure if they are eligible for the scheme to speak with them first as applying might put them “at risk”.

This article was syndicated with the permission of the Late Stage Ireland Telegram channel.

Posted by Late Stage Ireland

3 Comments

  1. The truth is that Ireland has no immigration laws . Deporting people is considered too much hassle , only five were removed from the country last year . Once a person sets foot on Irish soil , they are here for life ( if that’s what they want ) . Move along , nothing to see .

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  2. Josie Bowen 04/05/2022 at 8:07 pm

    Thanks for reporting on this. Where else would you find it? The whole thing just depresses me to read it. It’s as if Ireland is just Ireland, Europe with wide open borders and the Helen McEntee’s are only delighted to facilitate the rapid change in our demographics. What can be done about it?

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  3. Ivaus@thetricolour 08/05/2022 at 9:08 am

    ” Mc Nt pushes Illegals ” Amnesty for all, to reach the 2030 Plan/Reset/UNEU.
    Mc Nt also pushes untested jabs that have serious consequences to life n death.
    Her conflict of interest is HER SPOUSE, connected to Big Pharma,which also
    makes it another ” ILLEGAL ” on her score sheet.
    The EU Commissioner ” Van D Lier ” also shares the same conflict of interest,
    Her Spouse Too is connected to Big Pharma, she is a PUSHER and has made
    secret deals..Also ILLEGAL under EU law.
    And they are both connected to the UN, making the deal for Global UN/WHO
    ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT. Tedros is guilty of genocide previously.
    All is illegal, Illegal…” ILLEGAL ” …but that only applies to you and me. C R A P

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