Tag: Housing

Asylum Standoff in East Wall

This evening locals have reported the new arrival of young male asylum seekers into a former ESB office block situated on East Wall Road in Dublin. Shortly after the arrival of a full bus of asylum seekers mattresses were seen...

/ 18/11/2022

The Irish Families Displaced by Asylum Surge: The Burkean Interviews

This is the first of a series of exposés on the effect of the establishment's mass-asylum policy on the most vulnerable groups in Irish society. The last few years have not been the best for the Irish housing system. With...

/ 29/09/2022

Tension in Finglas Over New Asylum Centre

The ongoing arrival of 220 male asylum seekers at an abandoned retail unit in Finglas yesterday was met with local opposition further underlining the faltering international protection system bleeding onto the mainstream. Primarily non-Ukrainians, approximately 70 asylum seekers were placed...

/ 18/08/2022

Has Brazilian Migration to Ireland Peaked?

The luminous bib and scooter seem to be the defining garb of globalist Ireland in the year 2022 with Brazilian migration patterns altering Dublin city noticeably the decade passing. Propped up by a lax visa system and dodgy language schools...

/ 06/06/2022

What’s Behind Darragh O’Brien’s Comments on Migration?

In a surprise turn of events, avowed liberal and senior Minister Darragh O’Brien, the TD for Fingal and Minister for Housing, is “under fire” for supposedly blaming migrants for their contribution to the housing crisis. ‘Fingal Communities Against Racism’, a...

/ 15/05/2022

The View from ‘Connolly House’

The Battle for Moral Superiority is well and truly underway in Dublin as republican socialists take on shadowy international financiers (a Methodist charity in this case) in a bid to out-cuck themselves for foreigners.  This month "Socialist Republicans" occupied Lefroy...

/ 13/05/2022

Housing and Ireland’s Secret Power Struggles

In my rambles around Dublin Bay North, that salient bordered by the Malahide Road, the sea and the coast road back to Fairview, I have come across two homes, one opposite Sutton Marina and one on the Baldoyle Road, both...

/ 08/02/2022

NIMBYism i bPórt Lairge: An bhfuil Lorraine Clifford Lee Ceart?

Ní minic a fhaighimid conspóid maidir leis an nGaeilge sa tír seo. Tharla an eachtra neamhghnách le déanaí, áfach, nuair a chuir Seanadóir Clifford Lee i gcoinne forbairt tithíochta i lár Gaeltacht Phórt Lairge. Bunaithe i mBaile Atha Cliath, ach...

/ 07/09/2021

How Much of the Dublin Housing List is Foreign Born?

In the months before lockdown there was a small flurry of protests in West Dublin motivated by what was perceived to be the privileging of non-nationals on the public housing list. In the working class community of Mulhuddart, residents put...

/ 29/04/2021

The Irish Government’s Public Housing Bonanza for Asylum Seekers

With a foreword written in Albanian, Urdu and Georgian, as well as welcoming introductions by Micheál Martin and Roderic O’Gorman, the long anticipated White Paper laying out the State’s plan to end the Direct Provision system for asylum seekers dropped...

/ 28/02/2021