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Broadcast: 29 Oct 2019

David Stanton speaking in the Dáil said that one refugee had applied to bring in 70 family members under the old family reunification and they average number of family members each refugee applied to bring was 20. From 1996 to 2015, refugees were allowed to bring in grandparents, cousins, nephews, nieces and siblings. Under the new restricted scheme they can only apply to bring in parents, spouses and children under 18.

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/politics/oireachtas/government-defeated-in-seanad-on-private-member-s-refugee-bill-1.3284829

In 2017, a bill passed in the senate which paved the way for the government to increase the scope of the family reunification scheme again. NGOs had pushed for the bill to pass and all parties except Fine Gael supported the bill.

A Leaked Open Society document suggested NGOs in Ireland are being funded to lobby the government to increase migrant citizenships and to politically mobilise those migrants.
https://fdik.org/soros.dcleaks.com/download/index.html%3Ff=%252FEuropean%2520Election%252FWeekly%2520updates%252Fmonthly%2520update%2520september%252030th.pdf&t=europe
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Broadcast RTÉ Drivetime November 2017

Doughiska gang (dk19) fighting Knocknacarra gang under Quincentennial bridge beside river Corrib in Galway.
No other details are known.

Tipp FM's Ben Sweeney lied about the reaction to Justin Barrett's remarks at a public meeting on accommodating asylum seekers in Borrisokane last night. Presenting audio from the meeting to Fran Curry on the Tipp Today show, Sweeney cut Barrett's remarks short and then told Curry that "the crowd weren't really with him" and "the applause seemed to dwindle". Barrett in fact received a huge applause and there was audible cheering from the room when he went on to tell those in attendance that it was their right to say no to accommodating asylum seekers in the town and that the Dept of Justice could not impose a Direct Provision centre on them.

You can listen to Barrett's remarks in full here:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/MiOj5Pw5wq9O/
There is now video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNlpcrAjLLo

Ben Sweeney's twitter account is here:
https://twitter.com/BenSweeneyF1/

National Party leader Justin Barrett attended a public meeting to discuss the govt's surprise plans to house 84 asylum seekers in the town of Borrisokane in Tipperary. The asylum seekers will be housed under a new "Own Door" scheme where families will stay in separate apartments.

Councillor O'Meara spoke to Mary Wilson on RTÉ's Drivetime yesterday and told her there was only around 700 people living in the town despite the official population being 1,300. You can hear that interview on http://t.me/orlaredchan

Tipp FM tweeted about the meeting here.
https://twitter.com/TippFM/status/1184954926574850054

Cllr Ger Darcy is reported to have remarked at the meeting:

"I'm extremely angered that we all have to be here today. I'm angered at the way the Department of Justice handled the situation. I'm worried about how this will play out" says .

Cllr Seamie Morris added:

"We were as blindsided as everyone else with this news. We don't mind taking what's coming to us but the people who made the decision aren't here tonight".

Cllr Hughie McGrath accused the Department of Justice officials who met them today of being "totally disinterested".

Standing up to address the meeting, Justin Barrett accused the government of placing every body in a situation where all you have is "hear-say" in reference to a woman who was told "hear-say" about asylum seekers would not be allowed at the meeting. He added that there was evidence all around the country where-ever Direct Provision centres were placed that they caused increased crime, drug-use, fear, vandalism and danger to the community.

He dismissed those who might accuse him of using the situation for his broader political agenda:

"I love my country and I want my country to be an Irish Ireland and I am not ashamed of that and I shouldn't have to be ashamed of that."

"I have one question to ask. Can the people of Borrisokane say 'no'? Because the people of Oughterard said 'no' and we backed them up when they did. The people of Rooskey said 'no' and we backed them up when they did and there's no direct provision centre in Oughterard and there's no direct provision centre in Rooskey and there doesn't have to be one in Borrisokane either if you are willing to say 'no' and keep saying 'no' because the department doesn't get to impose it upon you!"

You can follow Justin Barrett on Twitter here:
https://twitter.com/JustinBarrettNP
https://nationalparty.ie/

EDIT: There is now video of his remarks:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNlpcrAjLLo

Date: October 17 2019.

Wes from Harold's Cross called into Livelive and said that 24 migrants are paying €10K to live in the five bedroom house next door which is only 10,000 square feet. He said the tenants are mainly Brazilians with part-time jobs who each pay €435. He's called the guards a number of times to the property over various disturbances but nothing is ever done. He and his wife often can't sleep and his daughter said she couldn't take it any more. It sounds like a party is happening every night. He remembers one incident when one of the tenants puked over his garden gate but when he gave out to him, he just laughed and got into a taxi.

He says the 24 people share one corner couch and one four ring hob and twice the home has been fumigated for bed bugs. He got a terrible toxic smell in his house as a result and had to vacate it.

Wes says he and his wife were so frustrated, they brought the landlord to the RTB for adjudication but as the landlord refused to engage, he got no satisfaction. Wes now believes that the Minister for Housing needs to do something.

He wonders how can it be perfectly legal "to stick 20 or 30 people into that house without any penalty whatsoever"

In the uk, a five bedroom home is allowed to accommodate a maximum of 10 people.

Wes says there are rules like the 1966 housing act which requires each person to have 400 cubic feet of space but this act is not enforced.

Dublin city council said they "don't have the legislation".

Wes believes it all goes back to the housing minister for housing.

"He advertises this idea of co-living and that's what we have next door."

Broadcast Liveline | RTÉ Radio One | 16 Oct 2019

A protest occurred yesterday on October the 12th near the court house in Carrickmacross, co Monaghan over what protesters described as the asylum industry and imported gang violence.
Source: Grand Torino facebook.
https://www.facebook.com/RowanCroftGT/videos/529988517569614/

Prof. Michael O'Flaherty, the director of the EU Fundamental Rights Agency, has told Pat Kenny that a four year study has found that the Ireland is among the most racist countries in Europe along with Austria, Finland and Luxembourg. O'Flaherty told Kenny that this was the most ambitious study ever conducted about racism towards migrants carried out across the EU.

The particular report from the study which was discussed on Newstalk today focused on sub-Saharan Africans, 425 of whom were questioned in Ireland. According to the study one in eight Africans in Europe said they face discrimination on account of their skin colour but the figure in Ireland was one in three. Similarly, O'Flaherty said a third of Africans said they experienced discrimination in the work place. However, the figures were all based on the opinion of the Africans and they were not required to present any evidence to corroborate the claims.

One caller called Declan texted in to say that while he worked in a community where there had been great integration, he had noticed that when he criticised the bad behaviour of migrants, the first thing they did was label him a racist.

According to Dr Ebun Joseph the unemployment rate for Africans in Ireland is between 43% and 63%.
https://www.bitchute.com/video/l8qfy8ahveY/

Despite their high unemployment rate, The Irish Independent reported in 2013 that Nigerians living in Ireland are sending nearly half-a-billion euro back home each year. That was an average of more than €26,000 for each of the 17,642 Nigerian nationals in Ireland, including children.
https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/nigerians-send-nearly-500m-a-year-home-from-ireland-29278045.html

The latest figures from the world bank are that $433 million was sent to Nigeria from Ireland in 2016 and €473 million was sent in 2017.
http://archive.is/I0BfR
https://archive.is/p1OBu

Broadcast: The Pat Kenny Show | Newstalk | 10 Oct 2019

Sinn Féin TD Martin Kenny has asked a google representative what they intend to about what he regards as "almost like a modern version of the KKK" going around Ireland live-streaming and saying 'Look at the all blacks in this town, isn't this terrible?'.

Addressing the panel, he said everyone had seen cases of it.

"It's almost like the modern version of the Ku Klux Klan has found a new place to operate."

"We can look it up right now on the computer right now and I'm sure we'll find they're there live-streaming some commentary which is very racist, abusive and dangerous."

Broadcast: 09 Oct 2019

Irish Muslim covert Carol Duffy has told the Claire Byrne show that she regrets believing her friend Lisa Smith was duped into supporting ISIS after photos emerged of the former Irish Air Corps member posing with weapons while wearing full Islamic dress in Tunisia just before she travelled to Syria to join Isis.

Smith spent nearly a decade in the Irish Defence Forces before converting to Islam and joining Isis in September 2015.

Norma Costello writing in the London Times said it is unclear if she fought during her time in Syria or if she became a member of the Isis morality police, known as Hisbah.

"The 38-year-old insists she did not join in any fighting and moved to the “Islamic state” solely for religious reasons. However, well-placed sources say Smith spoke of her desire to fight in 2013 and lamented that her military skills were inadequate and out of date.

"Activists with Sound and Picture, a Syrian human-rights body, believe Smith was involved in a female unit established by “punk jihadist” Sally Jones. The Anwar al-Awlaki battalion, which never saw combat, is believed to have been established by Jones specifically for the “Mujarharat”, western female Isis recruits."

Costello writes that as Lisa Smith became radicalised in Ireland, she drew attention from former Air Corps colleagues, who claim she tried to convert them and some colleagues raised concerns over her behaviour, and discussed removing the firing pin from her weapon.

It was when she quit the Air Corps that Smith developed a support for ISIS after spending time researching Islam online and speaking to jihadists around the world like American convert John Georgelas, it is alleged.

Smith travelled to Syria with Georgelas, who is credited with producing English content for Rumiyah, an Isis propaganda magazine. in 2013.

Smith returned to Ireland in 2014 undetected by Irish security services despite Georgelas being monitored by the FBI.
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/isis-bride-smith-posed-with-guns-before-heading-to-syria-tp7pp9fck

Norma Costello told Pat Kenny that there are many ISIS supporters who have returned to Ireland and many more who want to return.
https://www.bitchute.com/video/CuRkgTDquEkE/

Broadcast: The Claire Byrne Show | RTÉ |07 Oct 2019

Norma Costello spoke to Pat Kenny about "ISIS bride" Lisa Smith who is still in Syria and told him that Smith would be less of a danger back in Ireland rather than in Syria as she would be able to identify ISIS fighters and families who have already returned here. She also said that there was an ISIS cell in Galway.

Costello told Pat Kenny that the Irish government could have repatriated Lisa Smith back to Ireland using diplomacy with the Kurds. She said Smith was the first of "many, many cases" of ISIS supporters who travelled to the Islamic state from Ireland but who now wanted to return here. Another case spotlighted in the media was a Belarussian called Alexander Bekmirzev who claimed asylum in Ireland but subsequently withdrew his claim when he sham-married a British waitress working in Dublin for €3,000. He also left Ireland to fight for ISIS but now wants to return here with his family.
https://www.politicalirish.com/threads/isis-fighter-with-irish-passport-sham-married-a-british-girl-in-ireland-after-withdrawing-his-asylum-bid.28676/

Costello says she has been doing research on jihadis in Ireland for the last 12 weeks "and it is not a good picture" and she claims security reports are painting an opposite picture of evidence she has uncovered. She says she is baffled that the Irish government don't want to help repatriate Lisa Smith in order to use her as an intelligence asset.

Previously it was revealed that ISIS jihadis who have Irish passports and went to support the Islamic State in Syria will not face jail time according to Former army Lt Col Michael C. Murphy because the government never made any laws against their activities despite being warned my members of the Irish army.
https://www.politicalirish.com/threads/isis-jihadis-cant-be-jailed-when-they-return-to-ireland-as-the-govt-never-made-laws-against-them.29621/

Broadcast: The Pat Kenny Show | Newstalk | 07 Oct 2019

Cllr Jennifer Whitmore from Greystones has attacked National Party leaflets delivered in Wicklow calling for the restriction of uncontrolled immigration into Ireland and putting the needs of Irish people first.

Addressing the Wicklow locals who delievered the leaflets in a facebook post, Whitmore told them that they did not belong in Wicklow and that they would never have a place in Wicklow:

“You do not belong here. You will not create the fear and division that you seek. We are an inclusive community and your hatred has no place, and will never have a place here.”
https://www.facebook.com/whitmore.jennifer/photos/a.1423507884546333/2503232619907182/

Whitmore told 98FM that she deleted comments critical of her remarks on facebook and she beleived people shouldn't be "subjected" to leaflets from the National Party coming through their doors because they were "hateful and divisive".

Justin Barrett talked to 98FM and defended the leaflets.

Barrett pointed out that it was extraordinary that while the leaflets called out nobody as not belonging in Ireland, Cllr Whitmore thought it was "perfectly loving" to say that a group of Irish people local to Wicklow were not welcome to voice their own opinion there and that Cllr Whitemore wanted to decide what leaflets are allowed or not allowed.

Barrett suggested that Whitmore couldn't post the leaflets on her facebook as if she had, readers would have been able to see that they were not hateful or divisive.

He added "there's plenty of hatred coming from Cllr Whitmore" though.

Broadcast: 98FM | 07 October 2019

Incident looks to occurred on South William Street in Dublin (date unknown).
Russian can be heard being spoken in the clip.
Originally posted on the Liberal. 06 Oct 2019
https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=355808091799926
There are no accompanying details.
If anyone knows any, let me know.

The Mayor of Kerry, Niall Kelleher, has this morning condemned stickers were discovered stuck to electricity poles along the Muckross Road in recent days.

“Stickers placed on poles in public areas are racist and xenophobic, and in my opinion, they represent an incitement to hatred."
https://www.killarneyadvertiser.ie/shock-as-racist-stickers-appear-in-killarney-town-3-2/

Gearóid Murphy told Radio Kerry that he observed 15 to 20 stickers and said he believed who ever put them up was coming from a "place of unbelievable, uneducated ignorance" and he hoped gardaí would arrest them and their picture would end up on the front page of the paper.

Gardaí told Murphy that someone would have to make an official complaint before they could investigate the stickers which he agreed to do but he found it strange that he was the only person to contact them over the stickers.

Killarney Convention Centre has been used to host citizenship ceremonies. Last April, more than 2,000 people from 90 countries were given Irish citizenship at one such ceremony. The new citizens were urged to exercise their right to vote in the upcoming EU and local elections.

Over 120,000 Irish citizenships have been handed out since 2011.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-WbDYayse4

Broadcast: Kerry Today | Radio Kerry | 02 Oct 2019
https://www.radiokerry.ie/gardai-investigating-racist-stickers-killarney-october-2nd-2019/

A conversation with Justin Barrett & Gemma O'Doherty
Broadcast: 28 August 2019
https://gemmaodoherty.com/videos/

Gemma O'Doherty's facebook and twitter:
https://twitter.com/gemmaod1
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100011070254271

Justin Barrett's Twitter and Website:
https://twitter.com/JustinBarrettNP
https://twitter.com/NationalPartyIE
https://nationalparty.ie

The Department of Justice says it is planning to update legislation on "hate speech" after a post on Social Media directed at Lidl by Gemma O'Doherty challenged how a mixed-race couple used in their advertising campaign could be accurately described as "The Ryans". She also urged people to buy from Irish businesses:

“German dump @lidl_ireland gaslighting the Irish people with their multicultural version of ‘The Ryans’. Kidding no-one! Resist the Great Replacement wherever you can by giving this kip a wide berth. #ShopIrish #BuyIrish.”

You can see the facebook post here: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=871171786595155&id=100011070254271
Screenshot: https://i.imgur.com/AbGHGHD.png

Fiona Ryan (33), her fiance Jonathan Mathis (32) say they now may leave Ireland with their 22-month-old son if "hate-speech" legislation is not updated. Teary-eyed Fiona Ryan who works as an actor explained:

""If I have a 22 month year old son and he is not protected by law to be who he is, how can I stand in a country and live there. It just doesn't make sense to me. So yeah, I feel like if this issue isn't talked about or the government doesn't have any accountability for how their citizens can be treated, then yeah, I'm not going to live here".

You can see Fiona Ryan's actor profile here:
https://www.mandy.com/actor/profile/fiona-ryan-1
https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2279168/
You can watch her killing a black man in her film reel at 2:20 here.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwZRC66w5Vk

The couple say the comments beneath Gemma O'Doherty's post left them fearful and angry.

RTÉ also referred to the couple as "the Ryans" but didn't explain why if the couple aren't even married yet or whether this counts as false advertising. It is unknown how much the couple were paid by Lidl to be put into the public domain in their advertising campaign.

The Irish Times is reporting that Ms Ryan and Mr Mathis met in London where they both worked but returned to Ms Ryan’s family ..

A well known Somalian "creep" followed a woman home in Cork. Neill Prenderville heard that two woman were coming out a bar on Washington St last Friday night when they were approached by a Somalian who was well-known to be a trouble maker. The woman told him to go away and shared a taxi home. Little did they know that the Somalian jumped into another taxi and got the driver to follow their cab. The first girl exited the cab and was walking up her driveway when her boyfriend opened the door. He spotted the Somalian right over her shoulder and shouted him off.

Neil omitted the detail that the man was Somalian from the facebook post he read out about the incident, claiming that as he couldn't verify the man's ethnicity, he could only say he was foreign. When Ellen Daly, one of the women, called in later in the show he questioned how she knew he was Somalian. In her facebook post she had explained the man was well known and barred from "most places".

You can read Ellen Daly's post here:
https://www.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10156797017917060
And compare it to Red Fm's post here:
https://www.facebook.com/corksredfm/photos/a.84858237059/10156797015362060/

Also featured in this show was an item on a potential kidnapping by a bald man in a jeep (no other description), a man described as "Maltese" who was allowed to fly to Ireland without the proper documents and a mugging in Macroom by a pair of tall youths of no other description.

Broadcast: The Neil Prenderville Show | Red FM | Sep 24 2019
http://www.redfm.ie/on-air/podcasts/neil-prendeville-on-redfm/

More footage has emerged of a brawl outside the RDS last Friday which was alleged to include a stabbing by onlookers on social media. The RDS was hosting the Irish Times organised "Higher Options" college fair for school children at the time. There are suggestions that rival African gangs from Blanchardstown and Tallaght were involved.

The brawl looks to have happened in the vicinity of the ION Trading Ireland building on Simmonscourt Rd, facing a back entrance to the RDS where the arena is.
https://goo.gl/maps/39TUaeykozhm79k5A

The photo in this video shows what looks to be an African boy using his hands to prop himself up on the kerb. Multiple pieces of what appear to be clothing or some type of cloth material are being pressed into the back of his neck by another boy and they are bloody.There is also a blood stain by his knee. Captions on the photo read "Omg youngfellas after been stabbed at higher options" and "Wtf get me home".

The Irish Times is reporting that no stabbing occurred:
"The victim was not stabbed, contrary to reports circulating on social media."
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/male-youth-injured-during-assault-at-event-in-the-rds-1.4024923
https://archive.is/ubCnR

However, Dublin Live is still reporting that a stabbing did occur.
https://www.dublinlive.ie/news/dublin-news/teen-rushed-hospital-after-stabbing-16953174?
https://archive.is/EUXy9

Prior footage highlighted on this channel showed a brawl inside the college fair which is alleged to have led to the fight outside when participants were chased out of the venue.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjptTA5x3eQ

RTÉ's Drivetime heard that a committee from Oughterard who travelled to Dublin to have meetings with both Minister David Stanton and Direct Provision operator Seán Lyons of Fazyard felt they had been intimidated by Lyons.

Fazyard has purchased the Connemara Gateway Hotel in Oughterard and has tendered an application with the government to use it for accommodating asylum seekers. The Sunday Business Post reported that Fazyard last year received €5.5 million for housing about 500 asylum seekers, bringing its total to €33 million over 12 years.
https://www.politicalirish.com/threads/the-millions-of-euro-being-made-in-the-asylum-racket-how-much-are-direct-provision-providers-earning-in-ireland.30422/

Oughterard local John Gibney said he was disappointed with his meeting with Minister David Stanton as the "inability to answer simple questions was shocking to say the least."

He said the meeting with Fazyard owner Seán Lyons started out as an informal chat over coffee. Lyons told him that Fazyard had purchased the hotel and an application to use it for accommodating asylum seekers had been tendered which was more than Minister Stanton would admit.

However, after the meeting, the committee was very disturbed and upset and reported concerns their to the Salthill gardai that they had felt they had been intimidated.

Galway TD Seán Kyne who was also at the meeting told Drivetime that he heard Seán Lyons say he had ex-army rangers working for him and he was "not going to give into threats to his property".

Gibney said that on one hand it was a cordial meeting but that there was "a clear intent to give us a message and that was one of intimidation".

"He was at pains to point out to us that his security firm was all made up of ex army rangers. He told us he had people on the ground attending our meetings who reported back to him on what was happening. "

"He made statements like 'I don't like conflict but I don't back from it'."

Lyons allegedly told him that he "..

Mark Nolan from taxy.ie talked to investigative journalist Gemma O'Doherty about people illegally operating as taxis in Ireland who are uninsured, unlicensed and not vetted after a video he took featuring Dublin taxi drivers catching a Brazilian immigrant operating as a taxi service illegally went viral.
https://www.facebook.com/maynooth.cabs/videos/2921651154529142/UzpfSTEwMDAxMTA3MDI1NDI3MTo4ODEyMzYxMTU1ODg3MjI/

Nolan told O'Doherty that as these drivers are operating without the proper insurance, if there is an accident, the claim will be passed onto the Insurance Bureau of Ireland with the result that insurance rates will increase for all drivers to cover the cost and not just taxi drivers. Nolan said this was probably why insurance rates are so high. Nolan said the average cost to insure a taxi cab for existing taxi drivers is about €2,500 but for new drivers, the rate is now approximately €6,500. He says the rate would have been about €1,500 six or seven years ago.

Nolan also spoke about rickshaw drivers which is a common means of employment for Brazilans in Ireland which he says should be taxed and insured as motorised vehicles but are not. He says the gardaí have been made aware of this and if that these rickshaw drivers have an accident, "they're all in serious trouble".

Nolan said the people operating illegally as taxi drivers mainly target fares to and from the airport and the phenomenon is happening across Ireland. The Brazilian driver featured in the video had advertised his service on facebook. Nolan said he is going to continue to catch illegal drivers on camera.

Broadcast: 22 Sep 2019
https://gemmaodoherty.com/videos

Gemma O'Doherty, the leader of Anti-Corruption Ireland was speaking in relation to the news that an alleged stabbing had taken place outside the RDS following a brawl between rival African gangs inside the premises where a college fair for school students was taking place. O'Doherty explained that as her priority, duty and loyalty were to "our beautiful island", Ireland's problems were taking precedence over any other country's problems in the world and that there was absolutely nothing Ireland could do to fix the problems in Africa which she said were mostly caused by the globalist elite although the people of Africa would also have to take some responsibility.

You can watch the full video on bitchute here: https://www.bitchute.com/video/9kZXMopSfVk6/

O'Doherty continued that the Irish were taking Ireland for granted and said that it seemed to be too precious and too beautiful for the Irish people.

"That's why the whole world wants to be here. We've sat back and behaved like idiots and we've said 'take it — take our home. It's up for grabs. Take our resources. Take our people. Bring in people from a very, very different culture who have very, very different ways of dealing with situations than we do. Have it all. Have it all because we are idiots' and we have to start now saying as people that this is our island, it is tiny, minuscule and it's for us, the Irish, and if you don't mind you can actually go. We will actually pay for your flights, one-way, if you disrespect our laws, if you do not want to partake in our culture, if you don't want to learn our traditions and respect our way of life, you can leave."

O'Doherty went on to say that if her party Anti-Corruption Ireland get into power with the National, party that there would be many deportations.

You can follow Gemma O'Doherty on facebook and Twitter here:
https://www.facebook.com/people/Gemma-ODoherty/100011070254271
https://twitter.com/gemmaod1
She streams on her website here where this video was..

Gemma O'Doherty, the leader of Anti-Corruption Ireland was speaking in relation to the news that an alleged stabbing had taken place outside the RDS following a brawl between rival African gangs inside the premises where a college fair for school students was taking place. O'Doherty explained that as her priority, duty and loyalty were to "our beautiful island", Ireland's problems were taking precedence over any other country's problems in the world and that there was absolutely nothing Ireland could do to fix the problems in Africa which she said were mostly caused by the globalist elite although the people of Africa would also have to take some responsibility.

O'Doherty continued that the Irish were taking Ireland for granted and said that it seemed to be too precious and too beautiful for the Irish people.

"That's why the whole world wants to be here. We've sat back and behaved like idiots and we've said 'take it — take our home. It's up for grabs. Take our resources. Take our people. Bring in people from a very, very different culture who have very, very different ways of dealing with situations than we do. Have it all. Have it all because we are idiots' and we have to start now saying as people that this is our island, it is tiny, minuscule and it's for us, the Irish, and if you don't mind you can actually go. We will actually pay for your flights, one-way, if you disrespect our laws, if you do not want to partake in our culture, if you don't want to learn our traditions and respect our way of life, you can leave."

O'Doherty went on to say that if her party Anti-Corruption Ireland get into power with the National, party that there would be many deportations.

You can follow Gemma O'Doherty on facebook and Twitter here:
https://www.facebook.com/people/Gemma-ODoherty/100011070254271
https://twitter.com/gemmaod1
She streams on her website here where this video was first published on 20 Sep 2019:
https://gemmaodoherty.com/videos/
Here party's website can be found here:
https://anti-corruptionireland.com/

The poster in the background is for a documentary O'Doherty made on Ireland's longest missing child called Mary Boyle.
https://www.bitchute.com/video/onZ5ZPxzRJ4a/

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