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hermann kelly 16h
Could anybody make this stuff up any better? Financial/ political incest downside of voting for these people.
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hermann kelly Sep 20
EU golden boy Emmanuel calls for tighter stance on immigration saying naive actions hurt working class. Noel Grealish and Michael Collins said the same thing as Macron but Irish press quiet on Macron comments.Why?
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hermann kelly 23h
Bravo. About time! - source close to Ms Patel said: 'Foreign criminals have had an easy ride for too long, but that's going to change. They've been playing the system with their lawyers for years while the public looks on in disgust"
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Irish Freedom Party 20h
Juncker confirms this morning there will be a hard border. EU promises mean nothing. He confirms what the Irish Freedom Party have said all along It will be an EU IMPOSED border in event of No Deal.
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hermann kelly Sep 17
Well said independent TD Michael Collins for standing up for Irish people who are hungry, broke or homeless before, trying to be nanny to the rest of the world at the taxpayers' expense, like the FG / FF govt,
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Irish Freedom Party 13h
There seems to be an unwritten rule among the political and media establishment now to label anyone who objects to EU integration or mass immigration as ' Far Right '. They are trying to demonize ordinary people with genuine concerns.
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hermann kelly Sep 14
If this can happen ....Ireland can leave the EU and become an independent Republic again
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hermann kelly Sep 15
The EU, as Verhofstadt calls it is "an empire" in demographic, democratic and economic decline. Why tie ourselves to a sinking ship? A world outside the EU is free for trade without asking for political union.
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hermann kelly Sep 14
. and . are working hand in glove with tax-funded NGOs (ENAR etc) as well as looney left no- borders activists like Leah Doherty to impose Direct Provision centres on Irish towns without peoples consent
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John M Sep 16
No more refugees. Enough already.
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hermann kelly Sep 16
EU expansionist (remember him in Ukraine) wants a new world order of Empires. Pity because thrust of history is for empires to split into nation states. Start UN approx 50 countries, now 200.
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hermann kelly Sep 14
A spokesman for the Georgian embassy said Georgia was a developing democracy that was both “safe and stable”. He suggested that Georgians coming to Ireland were economic migrants.
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Irish Freedom Party Sep 21
It turns out she is an actress. A very good one too. More deception at the heart of the climate cult.
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hermann kelly Sep 14
Replying to @hermannkelly
If number of asylum applicants not related to economic migration then why does number of applicants rise when economy doing well and fall when Ireland in a recession? (eg 2013)
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Irish Freedom Party Sep 21
Irish politicians on a jolly in Japan for the . Paid by the Irish taxpayer. It involves fuel guzzling long haul flights. Do they look like they are concerned about climate change, Brexit or anything else?
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Juan Keville 16h
IRELAND - Who is this guy Jean Claude that worships and follows as our great leader to EU paradise? First, he said no , now there will be a hard border. -- Party... 🇮🇪
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Irish Freedom Party Sep 21
1 million people on waiting lists. Don't worry folks, the political establishment want to increase our population by an extra 1 million through plan. That will solve the dysfunctional health service and long waiting lists.
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Irish Freedom Party Sep 16
Luxembourg is by far the biggest net recipient of EU funds per person. Incase you are wondering why the UK PM got such a hostile reception today.
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Irish Freedom Party Sep 16
Ireland needs to learn the lessons from other countries.
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Irish Freedom Party Sep 17
The EURO was essentially a political decision. Devoid of any economic or common sense , it was an attack on the sovereignty of nations. The British had the sense to stay well clear of it.
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