One of the reasons given for the popularity of England’s Brexit decision was that the European Union (EU) was forcing migrants into their country who had no desire to assimilate into their society or culture and were causing a lot of problems for the internal life of the country.  The immigration crisis in Europe was the trigger.  They saw how EU leaders disregarded their pleas by claiming the EU had a moral obligation to accept refugees whether they wanted to or not as an attack on their national sovereignty.

The same thing is happening now in Ireland.  A resident of a tiny Irish town having its population increased by a third by a new migrant centre has said Ireland has become a “slave state” of the EU and its immigration policies, leaving locals helpless with no voice.

“We don’t know where these people are going to be from. They won’t tell us what countries they’re from. What religion they’re from,” said Michael Walsh.

There are worries that the rural community of Lisdoonvarna, with a population of only 300, could be radically changed by a large influx of migrants suddenly being thrust upon their community, migrants  that history tells us will not try to assimilate into the local culture.

First, take your mind out of your own personal experience of wherever you live and put yourself into a community of only 300 people in a tiny town in Ireland where everyone knows everyone, the culture is hundreds of years old, and a group of migrants the size of which matches one-third of the entire population is being forced onto them with hardly any time to prepare and without any right to question it.  Wouldn’t you be a bit upset if your government disregarded your concerns of how your community might be negatively affected?

With no-go zone stories and reports of rape and other types of assault and crimes in other European countries that have taken in migrants by EU fiat, it’s no wonder the people of the tiny Irish village are afraid.  But many of the locals are more afraid of being labeled as racists if they even question the fears they hold.

From Breitbart News:

“They just proposed to expand the population of this little village by what? Twenty-five per cent? Thirty-three per cent actually!” he exclaimed in an interview with Breitbart News Editor in Chief Alex Marlow on Breitbart News Daily on Sirius XM.

“And [the asylum seekers] are starting to come in this week,” he said, explaining how the contracts for the deal have now been signed this Wednesday, making it a “done deal”, despite 93 per cent of Lisdoonvarna residents last week voting against turning a local hotel into asylum seeker accommodation.

“Ireland is under the impression that these people will all become Irish, pretty much overnight, and everything will just continue on to be terrific. But, in fact, as history is showing us – in Sweden, France, and Germany – this is not necessarily the case.

“Very many people are concerned, but they’re also concerned about being called racist, and the town is in a real pickle right now,” he said. And that’s because playing the racism card is how leftists everywhere intimidate people to get them to do and accept what they want,

“It was all done in complete secrecy. No one knew about this until two weeks ago!”

So far, Ireland hasn’t taken in that many asylum seekers when compared to other European countries, mainly due to the fact Ireland is physically removed from its European neighbors, but the new forced relocation scheme the numbers are going to increase.

On top of being hit out of the blue with this news came revelations that their government paid journalists to report a positive spin of their Ireland 2040 policy, which is designed to  dramatically grow the nation’s population through mass migration.

“It’s a good example of how Ireland was a colony of England…,” Walsh said, “and now it’s a slave state again, of Brussels. It’s a very sad commentary on what’s happening in Europe.”

There is nothing racist about the fears of the locals of this tiny Irish town.  Those fears are real and should be recognized.  Whether whole nations or a small village, when you suddenly plop a large number of people from another culture into your population it forever changes your culture, and when it is done without giving the host people a say in the matter it is a disaster waiting to happen.

Just curious how would they nickname what should come next; Irexit? Éireannexit?

SOURCE: Breitbart News

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