Ireland has agreed to take in tens of thousands of mostly Muslim illegal asylum seekers as part of “burden sharing” measures agreed to with other Western EU leaders.
iTV Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said: “We took the view that we needed to have a degree of burden-sharing, on the transfer of migrants to countries, and Ireland has already agreed to accept some from that as well.”
In October September 2015 the Irish Government approved the establishment of the Irish Refugee Protection Programme and agreed that Ireland would accept up to 4,000 persons seeking protection under the EU Relocation and Resettlement programmes.
Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney previously said the Republic had committed to take 10% of the number of migrants on board the MV Lifeline, which was stranded for days in the Mediterranean.
Italy’s new populist government closed ports to rescue ships operated by corrupt NGOs, calling on its EU partners to take in the illegal alien invaders being “rescued” by Soros-funded NGO boats working with human traffickers out of Libya.
“We committed to working with African countries, supporting them to build up governance, to build up security and economic opportunity, providing an extra 500 million (euro) (£443 million) to the European Trust Fund for Africa.”
Muslim immigration is behind a growing surge in ‘white flight’ away from Dublin. The indigenous Irish are being displaced from their homes as a result of unimpeded immigration from North African and Middle Eastern Muslim nations. And they fleeing the city in droves.