Schools Out

There are 535,000 non-nationals living in Ireland that figure does not include their children. Most parents living in smaller towns and villages around Ireland are now struggling to find school places for their children in the same schools that they themselves grew up in. Parents are being told that places are simply not available due…

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Traitors To The Cause

Sinn Fein has been masquerading as a republican party for decades now when they are anything but. Stop listening to their rhetoric for a minute and start looking at their policies and it’s then you will see Sinn Fein for what it really is, a pro-European, communist, anti-Irish organization. Sinn Fein is still campaigning for…

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RTE Propaganda

Whether you watch it or not every household and business in the country that has a television on its premises is required to have a TV licence that costs 160 Euro. This money is then given to RTE, but where does the money go and what is it used for? In 2016 the top 10…

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Army of One

The current situation in Ireland hasn’t just happened overnight, it’s happened over generations. The government is behaving the way it is because it is allowed to, The worst case scenario for Fianna Fail is that they lose seats for 4 to 8 years and are back in power again. There is no opposition party when…

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Central Bank of Ireland / IMF

Since 2008 Ireland has paid back over 68 billion to the IMF yet we still owe 229 billion. This debt is structured in such a way that it is practically impossible for us to ever pay off and is used as a tool by the EU to control our government. If we do not comply…

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Irish Replacement.Com

This website is dedicated to raising awareness about the direction that Ireland is going in. Currently, the country is host to some 535,000 non-nationals and the official government plan is to increase the population of the state by another 500,000 by the year 2040. The average birth rate for an Irish couple is 1.8 and…

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