This article follows “A Million Parasites for Ireland” and “The Crushing of Irish Culture: It Has Been Decided” by the same author. The bold type emphasis is the author’s; items in italics and brackets in the text are his interpolated observations.
Ireland’s Ruination by Cultural Tsunami
By Michael Copeland
Ireland’s Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar, said:
“….we want to reshape Ireland over the next two decades”.
A spokesman explains [at 0.10]:
“We want to attempt to double the size of all of the cities, in population terms, outside of Dublin.”
“Ireland” in Varadkar’s statement is not the land, or the buildings: it is the people. He and his colleagues want — that is what he said — to “reshape” the population with a million extra people, mostly imported foreigners. This is social engineering from above. The people, of course, were never asked. They are not the ones that want this. The “we”, in Varadkar’s phrase, are the politicians. It is politicians who want to inflict this cultural tsunami on the native Irish, population 4.7m, in the only land they have, which will overpower and destroy Irish culture. Cultures are, after all, fragile.
“Why do we need a plan? We need a plan because in 20 years’ time there’ll be an extra million people living in Ireland.”
There will be an extra million people living in Ireland. There we are. Just like that: all perfectly straightforward. Varadkar says so. They will simply arrive. Oh yes?
The video, “Ireland 2040 — Our Plan”, offers no reason for importing half a million non-Irish. Varadkar is not atoning for Ireland’s colonial record, for there is not one. The “project” is not being promoted as humanitarian help for “refugees”, nor as bringing in more workers — to an economy that already has 6.7% unemployment. The voice-over cites “climate change”, and “energy needs”, neither of which is helped by a million extra consumers. Varadkar appears in the video giving cheerful upbeat spin. Only platitudes are offered:
“to build a better society… a plan to make Ireland a country that reflects the best of who we are and what we aspire to.”
This “better society” turns out to be a society with fewer Irish in it. Significantly and most revealingly there is not a single mention of encouraging young Irish adults to have more children, or to create tax support for families. No, this project is not about Irish native families. The material is all about new arrivals from other cultures, by no means all compatible, and some openly hostile.
“All over Ireland today … we have diverse communities … that bring colour and vitality….”
— David Stanton, Minister for Equality, Immigration and Integration
The unavoidable suspicion is that this waffle disguises undisclosed compliance with some Merkel-type quota imposed from outside, by the dictatorial EU or the sinister UN, or the background banksters. This would fit with the Coudenhove-Kalergi plan to make Europe’s people a mixed-race Afro-Eurasian blend, eliminating national differences, and leading to the brave new Utopian EUSSR. It fits, too, with the manifesto of Communist Altiero Spinelli, whose name is over the doorway to the EU Parliament. Merkel and others laid EU-coloured flowers at his tomb. Spinelli wrote of abolishing private property, and having a European army to help impose the dictates of the central administration. Sounds familiar?
“Project Ireland 2040 emphasises social outcomes and values (population dilution and replacement) ahead of economic targets. It prioritises the wellbeing of all of our people (a give-away phrase), wherever they live and whatever their background (Africa, Afghanistan, Pakistan, you name it).”
The project includes awesome bureaucratic prose that lets the cat out of the totalitarian bag.
“National Policy Objective 14
“Ensure that the targeted population growth of Ireland’s small towns and rural areas to 2040 is proportionate, at a targeted average rate of 15% in each Regional Assembly area, to be applied regionally throughout the Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy process and locally through County Development Plans.”
Remember that here “growth” is a dishonest substitute for “plantation” of foreign nationals from different cultures. This passage seems to mean that foreigners will be injected to every small town at a “targeted rate”. Nowhere will escape.
There is page after page of this sort of doublespeak. Stefan Molyneux gives other examples in his excellent, though very long, video, “The Terrible Truth About ‘Ireland 2040’”.
The publicity video contains items that are hard to decipher, such as “without opportunity we cannot have equality”. What on earth does that mean?
A better society
“so that together we can create a better society.”
Don’t forget, “we” were never asked.
“…it’s a plan (no, a decision) to make sure that there are nearly an extra 200,000 people living in rural Ireland (drawing welfare?) in 20 years’ time” — Leo Varadkar
“By 2040 we expect (because we have already decided) that an additional one million people (some 430,000 imported) will live in Ireland (ELEVEN new cities the size of Limerick), an additional two-thirds of a million people (plus “family reunification”, average 20 per applicant) will work here (will work here? In rural Ireland? What at? Ireland has 6.7% unemployed already: the rest on welfare?). These are huge increases (yes, a tsunami).”
Drive social progress
“This ambitious (code for destructive) plan will drive Ireland’s long term economic, environmental and social progress (population dilution and replacement), an important (a disguise word for anti-Irish) shift (inflicting foreign cultures and races on the native people) from previous approaches.” This confirms that “The Project” is social engineering imposed from above without consent.
projects that will … drive population growth
“75% of future population growth (“growth”, a dishonest disguise for importation) will be outside Dublin”. Note the give-away word “drive”.
It is the figures that “grow”, not the Irish families. This is Population Supplementing.
In its “Q&A: What is ‘Project Ireland 2040’ and what will it do?” The Irish Times perceptively observes that the project concerns how the State wants to manage future population growth (plantation) out to 2040. This is almost Soviet.
500,000 foreigners “a really good thing” — Coveney
“We estimate (because we have already privately decided) over the next 20 years that the population of Ireland will certainly grow by an extra million people. Linked to that estimate is that half of that number won’t have been born in Ireland. I think that will be a really good thing for Irish society (how on earth?) but we do need to manage it carefully so we don’t allow the politics of migration to play a big part in Irish politics because I think it pulls us down a dangerous direction.”
— Simon Coveney, Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs, 27 Nov 2018
Mr. Coveney is delivering his upbeat spin in order to facilitate this dire tsunami. Does he not think that incompatible foreign cultures imposed right next to the native people, now living in “constant fear”, pulls Ireland “down a dangerous direction”? Perhaps he does not care. The native Irish, population 4.7m, are the indigenous inhabitants, living in the state their forefathers built, fought for, and left to them. Ireland is their country, the only one they have. Will the Irish politicians not defend it? Evidently not.
“Our country has changed and changed so much for the better” — David Stanton.
Blanchardstown — Residents living in fear as new gang culture takes shape
Residents in Balbriggan held a demonstration (pictured) outside Balbriggan Garda station against what they describe as “the constant fear and issues with youth gangs in our community” (the “youth” are almost certainly black Africans).
The glorious vision of our leaders
The website reddit reports that long term, prolific, respected poster /u/Tidhe has found direct from the Central Statistics Office projections “that Ireland will need net immigration of 430k to achieve the glorious vision of our leaders.”
Ireland needs 430,000 migrants for Ireland 2040 plan
(NEEDS them? WHY? What for? Dilution and replacement)
Central Statistics Office projections:
Two comments to the article express the native Irish response:
- I dont think Ireland needs half a million migrants as all they would do is take our jobs, create more crime and just change our whole economy
- can we have a referedum [sic] on this to ask irish people (in small towns and inner city areas where immigrants will be dumped) if they want this change to our culture and ways.
The commenters are quite right. The social effects of this culture-crushing tsunami will be dire, and No, you will not be granted a referendum. The elites already know best.
We are in Brazil
A video on YouTube shows some colourful and skilled Brazilian dancing open air in the town of Gort. A Brazilian resident enthuses:
“We are so far away from home but we feel at home because of the environment we created in this town… Gort. Here is a little Brazil. We are in Brazil. Welcome to Brazil.”
Three generations of illegal aliens in Gort, Galway want to stay in Ireland | Newstalk
Yes, it is colourful, but these are, after all, illegal migrants. Brazil is not involved in a war, so they do not qualify as refugees. Brazilian dancing is impressive and enjoyable, but it is not Irish culture. Where the Irish have to make room for Brazilians, it means fewer Irish.
The direct impact on the UK
UK nationals must not think they are unaffected by Varadkar’s “Big Vision”. All those 500,000 new arrivals in Eire, “whatever their background”, and their 20-strong (average) “family reunifications” will have, as Irish citizens, full access to the UK through the special relationship, the “Eire/UK Common Travel Agreement”. This grants citizens of both states the reciprocal rights, protected after Brexit, to:
enter, reside, work, access education, healthcare, welfare and social housing, and vote.
Why, sure, just as Varadkar says for Ireland, this will make the UK “a better society”.
For previous essays by Michael Copeland, see the Michael Copeland Archives.