Irish protesters successfully blocked at least one bus full of migrants that was headed to a refugee settlement station at Columb Barracks in the province of Leinster. The protesters were able to block the migrants for over two straight hours, forcing the bus to turn around without the migrants getting dropped off at the barracks.
Ukrainian and other types of migrants are reportedly getting housed at Columb Barracks. Ireland is in crisis currently, as globalist replacement-migration policies are crippling the economic future and even the housing options of young Irelanders. Neighborhood-watch groups comprised of young Irish men have cropped up to ensure that their fellow Irelanders are safe as migrants push violence on the Emerald Isle. Clearly, anti-migration protests can be effective, considering the success of these roughly 30 protesters who stood up to the Department of Defence-assisted migration program at the Columb Barracks.
The Irish residents have had enough in Mullingar as government attempts to bus in hundreds of illegal immigrants to Columb Barracks. pic.twitter.com/wLEdiraB2f
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Nationalist sentiment is rising in Ireland. Protests have erupted in recent years as Irish politicians seek to house foreign migrants while native-born Irelanders suffer. The Sinn Fein party has capitalized on the plight of the young and disenfranchised in Ireland, with party leader Mary Lou McDonald speaking out against craven landlords. Sinn Fein, a party historically associated with Irish nationalism, is gaining political ascendance as young people wonder whether or not they have any future whatsoever in Ireland under globalist rule.
‘The rent crisis is hammering a generation today & robbing them of their aspirations for tomorrow’ — Irish politician Mary Lou McDonald speaks on behalf of constituents struggling to make ends meet as the country’s housing crisis worsens pic.twitter.com/Rpy87KuNwq
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The Nationalist Party has also asserted itself in Irish politics in opposition to the milquetoast globalist appeasement policies of major parties. Ireland is known for its nationalistic pride and for centuries of self-determination and pro-freedom agitation against colonization. As world tensions rise, perhaps the young generations in Ireland can inspire change and lead Europe into a more nationalistic paradigm and a future that resists the darkness of globalist replacement migration.