"We are in for a world of hurt in the next 40 to 50 years in this country!"
The CEO of Cloudflare Matthew Prince sparked a discussion about multiculturalism on the Niall Boylan Show on Thursday.
Prince has offices in Cork and Dublin but is reported to have recently stated that Ireland's weather is shit, the food is piss, the people are not welcoming and nobody except Irish people wants to live here.
As the non-Irish population of Ireland reaches 20%, if only it were true.
There were a couple of good callers on the show which I've clipped below. The stand-out one is Pauline who has worked in the hospitality industry for forty years. She tells Boylan that when cheap migrant workers started flooding in, the quality of hospitality declined dramatically to such an an extent that American tourists no longer want to come here — no Irish workers, no Irish charm.
Pauline also complains about the deterioration of Dublin and says travelling into the city from Sallins in Kildare on the train reminds her of Beirut. She also laments that we now have a Chinatown.
There's one thicko Dubliner who keeps repeating "shure it's like that in every major city" but he's told to shut up after the fourth or fifth time. He empathises with foreign workers whom he can't understand despite this bothering him, remarking that perhaps that's how they felt when they first moved here and the Irish were the majority of the work force.
It's your country, Dermot. You're not supposed to feel like a foreigner in it.
A better caller says he wants the government to look after the Irish people first.
He makes the point: "Multiculturalism didn't work in the UK. It certainly isn't working in the US as you can see. Two centuries later, there's still murder going on. Are the Irish miraculously going to figure out how multiculturalism is going to work? We are in for a world of hurt in the next 40 to 50 years in this country!"
Boylan is cucked throughout. He makes nonsense points like 'I'm okay with migrants as long they adapt to our laws and culture'.
What culture will migrants have to adapt when they're making the laws, Niall?
Niall also asks how anyone could possible tell a foreign looking person serving them in a petrol station isn't actually Irish as they might have been born here.
I like to imagine that at least some part of Boylan's routine is motivated by not wanting to be booted off the national airwaves and so we at least have to be grateful for him being willing to entertain the discussion when so few in the mainstream media will.
Worth a listen anyway.
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