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The Interior Ministry said the migrants left for Sweden in the context of a government incentive scheme and were granted $3,500 each upon departure. They are encouraged to leave Israel voluntarily and to promise not to return.

 

http://www.haaretz.com/news/national/1.567450

 

Mass immigration was put into place in England by Jews, it was put into effect in France by Jews, and now Alan Shatter is doing the same in Ireland. Immigration to Ireland from outside Europe during 2011 was twice that of the previous year, coinciding with Shatters appointment. All this was done in the guise of Governments supposedly representing the people, but now they just openly pay immigrants to swamp a country.

 

There is a clear pattern here and ignoring it, and those who are furthering it, does no one any favours. It is clear there is a covert and overt war being fought to destroy the various indigenous European cultures.

 

Not only does it destroy culture, it also irreparably fractures the working class, ensuring that instead of fighting those who exploit them, they will fight amongst themselves. The far Right ought not be allowed to have a monopoly on the issue of immigration, Socialists need to speak out about it too.

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I would suspect that paying migrants to move to Sweden was more about protecting the racial and religious balance of the apartheid Israeli state than any direct attack on Sweden.  Multi-culturalism has its serious problems, but I don't see the link with any section of Jews.  If you are going to tread into the tricky water of immigration (and I agree there are issues that the left has failed to address), its probably best not to bring global Jewish conspiracy into the equation at the same time to muddy the waters!

 

Shatter's time in the Justice Ministry has actually resulted in a huge decrease in asylum, and no particularly significant increase in regular immigration.  Shatter's most significant contribution to the immigration system has been his co-operation with Britain to close down some of the loopholes that exist with Britain and the Common Travel Area and which allowed migrants to use Ireland as a backdoor to Britain, although to be fair, this work had started long before Shatter came to office also.  For all too long the Free State has been happy to abide by Westminster's dictat on what ought to be a sovereign issue.

 

The trend in paying for other countries to accept migrants that one country does not want is on the increase.  But if your starting premise is that immigration control is necessary to protect national interests, then is it not a logical conclusion that those countries that can afford to do so, will pay others to accept the migrants.  This issue must surely be approached, not just from a national working class perspective, but from an international perspective that looks equally (or perhaps even primarily) at the conditions of the migrants forced to flee from their homeland (or perhaps even more pressingly, at the conditions of those of countries for those left behind).  Otherwise instead of being divided on a national level by migration pressures, we are simply replacing this by division on an international scale, divided from our fellow working class on grounds of nationality, and ultimately defending a system that gives Western service workers luxuries off the back of true proletarian labour in the developing world.

 

In criticising immigration we must appeal to internationalist and revolutionary proleterian spirit, or we offer nothing different than the naked self interest that is offered from by Right.

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I would suspect that paying migrants to move to Sweden was more about protecting the racial and religious balance of the apartheid Israeli state than any direct attack on Sweden.

 

It seems to me that from their point of view it's killing two birds with one stone.

 

but I don't see the link with any section of Jews.  If you are going to tread into the tricky water of immigration (and I agree there are issues that the left has failed to address), its probably best not to bring global Jewish conspiracy into the equation at the same time to muddy the waters!

 

They have a clear involvement and in the majority of cases were completely visible in their efforts. If you look up the backers of mass immigration in almost any European country you will find a Jew. I have no bias here, I am only stating fact that can be backed with extensive impartial sources.

 

Shatter's time in the Justice Ministry has actually resulted in a huge decrease in asylum, and no particularly significant increase in regular immigration. 

 

Provisional figures show there were 950 submissions for asylum, down from 1,290 in 2011, that is true. But there was a six per cent increase in the number of people applying for Irish visas in 2012, as figures released by Shatter have shown. Of the approximately  88,000 visa applications received, 91 per cent were approved.

 

Over 25,000 applications for citizenship were decided on in 2012 compared to 16,000 in 2011 and fewer than 8,000 in 2010.

 

http://www.thejournal.ie/visa-immigration-ireland-2012-737991-Jan2013/

 

Since taking office, Minister Shatter has made 68,000 decisions on naturalisation applications, over 30,000 of these in 2013 alone which was an increase of 20% on 2012.

 

Provisional figures indicate that approximately 95,000 entry visa applications were received in 2013, an increase of 8% on 2012 and a cumulative increase of 14% on 2011. The approval rate for entry visa applications was 91%.

 

Referring to the role of the immigration system in contributing to economic growth Minister Shatter said, "On my appointment as Minister I made it my priority to take steps to harness the previously untapped potential of the immigration system to aid economic activity as part of our national recovery... Inward investment and enterprise in Ireland is being encouraged. Visa applications to visit Ireland for tourism and business reasons are now higher than they have ever been in the history of the State"

 

http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/Immigration%20in%20Ireland%20%E2%80%93%202013%20in%20Review

 

The trend in paying for other countries to accept migrants that one country does not want is on the increase.  But if your starting premise is that immigration control is necessary to protect national interests, then is it not a logical conclusion that those countries that can afford to do so, will pay others to accept the migrants.

 

I'm not aware of any other country that has done so. The question for me is not whether its the next logical step, but whether the intent behind such actions was negative or not. Given statements made by various influential Jewish organizations and individuals in regards to Europe (for example the now infamous Barbara Specter) and contrasting them with statements made in regards to Israel, we can draw certain conclusions as to the intent of said actions.

 

In criticising immigration we must appeal to internationalist and revolutionary proleterian spirit, or we offer nothing different than the naked self interest that is offered from by Right.

 

This issue must surely be approached, not just from a national working class perspective, but from an international perspective that looks equally (or perhaps even primarily) at the conditions of the migrants forced to flee from their homeland (or perhaps even more pressingly, at the conditions of those of countries for those left behind).  Otherwise instead of being divided on a national level by migration pressures, we are simply replacing this by division on an international scale, divided from our fellow working class on grounds of nationality, and ultimately defending a system that gives Western service workers luxuries off the back of true proletarian labour in the developing world.

 

I agree wholeheartedly here and ought to have made that clearer. This topic has been discussed in a different thread in which we both participated and in which we and others both made our opinions on the matter clear (and I happened to agree with most of what was said then) but I was unfortunately too lazy to repeat them in this thread.

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Over 3,000 people granted Irish citizenship


 

“It is such a peaceful country…”

“Now I have a sense of belonging to the country…that has done so much for me…”


These were just some of the statements overheard after today’s Citizenship Ceremonies at Dublin’s Convention Centre.


Retired judges Byran McMahon and Patrick McMahon presided over three ceremonies which saw Irish citizenship granted to 3,092 people from more than 100 countries across the world.


Attending the celebrations today was Minister Alan Shatter, who made the decision on taking office in March 2011 that the granting of Irish citizenship should be marked in a “formal and meaningful way”.


http://www.thejournal.ie/citizenship-ceremony-1273808-Jan2014/

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