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 Post subject: Re: What they said, when they said it. Quotes from VIs.
PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 2:55 pm 
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The government is under no legal obligation to house anyone other than Irish citizens (yes, even EU citizens can be deported if they are a burden on the state).

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A draft report from a government panel, which was released on Wednesday, said that even if they were EU citizens, unemployed foreigners did not have a right to stay under EU law after three months if their job search had no chance of success.

https://www.thelocal.de/20140327/germany-unemployed-eu-citizens-can-be-expelled

My own proposal would be to continue offering assistance to any EU citizen who contributes more than €5,000 per annum in income tax. But the assistance should not be worth more than €5,000 in total.
Remove all assistance to non-EU citizens.

We're in an utter bizarre situation whereby the generosity of the government towards non-citizens is inflicting actual and real damage on it's own citizens.


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 Post subject: Re: What they said, when they said it. Quotes from VIs.
PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 2:59 pm 
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mr_anderson wrote:
The government is under no legal obligation to house anyone other than Irish citizens (yes, even EU citizens can be deported if they are a burden on the state).

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A draft report from a government panel, which was released on Wednesday, said that even if they were EU citizens, unemployed foreigners did not have a right to stay under EU law after three months if their job search had no chance of success.

https://www.thelocal.de/20140327/germany-unemployed-eu-citizens-can-be-expelled

My own proposal would be to continue offering assistance to any EU citizen who contributes more than €5,000 per annum in income tax. But the assistance should not be worth more than €5,000 in total.
Remove all assistance to non-EU citizens.

We're in an utter bizarre situation whereby the generosity of the government towards non-citizens is inflicting actual and real damage on it's own citizens.

AMEN to all of the above.


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 Post subject: Re: What they said, when they said it. Quotes from VIs.
PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 4:03 pm 
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mr_anderson wrote:
The government is under no legal obligation to house anyone other than Irish citizens (yes, even EU citizens can be deported if they are a burden on the state).

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A draft report from a government panel, which was released on Wednesday, said that even if they were EU citizens, unemployed foreigners did not have a right to stay under EU law after three months if their job search had no chance of success.


We're in an utter bizarre situation whereby the generosity of the government towards non-citizens is inflicting actual and real damage on it's own citizens.


and has been the case for years
It was mentioned on a number of occasions during the Brexit that EU countries can and many DO deport welfare recipients and the UK could if it wanted to, but the Tories being the duplicitous cretins they are have never enfroced. The reason, suppression of wages and workers for starters.

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 Post subject: Re: What they said, when they said it. Quotes from VIs.
PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 5:37 am 
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metalmike wrote:
Mods - does this really belong on this topic? , or on this site?

I think politics.ie is a far better forum for bigotted idiots to stand in a barren field chucking muck at each other


Who are you suggesting is bigoted?


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Bigot : a person who has very strong, unreasonable beliefs or opinions about race, religion or politics and who will not listen to or accept the opinions of anyone who disagrees

https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries. ... ot?q=bigot


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 Post subject: Re: What they said, when they said it. Quotes from VIs.
PostPosted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 9:37 pm 
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The Irish Times really are shameless in their pumping.....Rialto is the new Ranelagh! :sick:

Fine tuned townhouse for €415k in Rialto – ‘the new Ranelagh’
https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-sty ... -1.3352990
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“It’s a gorgeous little street with lovely neighbours” says Rice, who has printed 200 brochures for the property which he hopes to sell privately. He will be viewing the propety this weekend, “Sunday as well as Saturday, which is not something an estate agent would do”. Already he’s had “a lot of calls” but this doesn’t surprise him. “It’s a really lovely house and Rialto is looking so good these days – it’s the new Ranelagh. ”


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A townhouse has three or more floors. Otherwise it's just a house. FFS.

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 Post subject: Re: What they said, when they said it. Quotes from VIs.
PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2018 12:52 am 
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FreeFallin wrote:
The Irish Times really are shameless in their pumping.....Rialto is the new Ranelagh! :sick:

Fine tuned townhouse for €415k in Rialto – ‘the new Ranelagh’
https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-sty ... -1.3352990
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“It’s a gorgeous little street with lovely neighbours” says Rice, who has printed 200 brochures for the property which he hopes to sell privately. He will be viewing the propety this weekend, “Sunday as well as Saturday, which is not something an estate agent would do”. Already he’s had “a lot of calls” but this doesn’t surprise him. “It’s a really lovely house and Rialto is looking so good these days – it’s the new Ranelagh. ”


On the PPR for €230k just 20 months ago. Nice of the IT to do such a soft-focus piece on this gentle violinist-cum-property-developer who "potters about" as "a hobby, rather than a major money-making exercise". Looks pretty damn hard-nosed to me.

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