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Arrival of Over 33,000 Migrants Leaves
Ireland ‘Struggling’ to Find Doctors

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Posted By: Ribicon, 5/30/2022 11:29:09 AM

A recent surge of migrants in Ireland has left authorities in the country struggling to find doctors to treat new arrivals. Doctors are now the latest resource to be in short supply within the Irish state, with senior officials now admitting that they are “struggling” to find medical professionals to treat some of the tens of thousands of migrants who have arrived in the country this year.(Snip)Despite this, there doesn’t seem to be any sign of politicians hitting the brakes on the project, with new data showing that over 33,000 social security numbers have been given out to migrants ostensibly coming from Ukraine as of May 22.


The whole point is to risk the country’s social cohesion, silly. That and to break the bank. But didn't your politicians look wonderful onstage when announcing that you'd welcome as many refugees as possible, including a generous share of men of fighting age along with various non-Ukrainian nationals in the mix?

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Reply 1 - Posted by: DVC 5/30/2022 12:14:32 PM (No. 1170413)
And I'll bet that most will be Muslims on welfare, destroying the country as rapidly as they can. Permitting them to enter the country is literal national suicide.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: JHHolliday 5/30/2022 12:21:06 PM (No. 1170424)
My Irish friend just had quadruple bypass surgery. He is still in ICU in Cork but doing OK. I just hope his care is good....they have some kind of national health care in Ireland.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: AltaD 5/30/2022 12:40:51 PM (No. 1170445)
FTA: as junior doctors within the country’s socialised health system are expected to vote “overwhelmingly” for industrial action over “unacceptable” work conditions. Just one of the reasons I fear socialized healthcare, doctors on strike.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: The Remnants 5/30/2022 1:38:24 PM (No. 1170504)
Visited my mother's and father's homesteads in Ireland twenty years ago. Gift from my children. Son and middle daughter came with me. Both homes still in tack though empty. What I loved about Ireland (first and last trip) was the Irishness of it all. Everyone was so friendly and welcoming. Both family and strangers. Whether it was to give directions or suggest a restaurant, always with a smile and some underlying joke which we both sort of understood. Even the food was quite good. Visited Dublin and the University. Bought things to bring home which I still have. The kind of place where we were not afraid to walk out at night and people did not lock their doors. And always the appreciation of the faith. Glad I went. Don't particularly want to return. I am sure it is unrecognizable.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: stablemoney 5/30/2022 1:47:06 PM (No. 1170517)
We have a couple of million "migrants" that have crossed the Texas border. Where are they going to find doctors?
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Reply 6 - Posted by: danu 5/30/2022 2:36:18 PM (No. 1170566)
NM is like this and worse--and for a longer period of time--a decade if it's a day. Pelousy and Ogabe made the state their fiefdom. Then Epstein made it their brothel and slave market.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: SweetPea3 5/30/2022 2:44:49 PM (No. 1170583)
It's simple. Just do like here in America. Pull the doctors away from your Vets' care to take care of the illegals and move the Vets back to the end of the line..
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Reply 8 - Posted by: DVC 5/30/2022 2:58:00 PM (No. 1170598)
They imply that they are from Ukraine....but then say many men from 20 to 59 who are not Ukrainian. If the majority are Ukrainian, they will at least be Christians and good workers. It's the refugees from the Middle East who are the biggest headaches with severe cultural and work ethic issues. I have three friends from Ukraine who are now living in Germany. One is a research scientist who has found a job with a German university and the other two are an engineer and her college student daughter in Munich trying to figure out how to make a living. The research scientist was out of touch from January until a couple of days ago, and I had sent emails several times. Glad to finally know she is safe. The one at the University was in Kyiv, and said she drove her car over 2000 km from home to Poland and then on to Germany....she said the farthest that she had ever driven, to get to the new job. Her husband has remained in Kyiv, I imagine is working with the army, or fighting. 2000 km is about 1200 miles, which is a very long way in Europe.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: GirlwithaCurl 5/30/2022 4:09:13 PM (No. 1170645)
Quarantine them on old barges and other vessels. Then in the night cut the ropes. Oops!
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Island Life 5/30/2022 9:24:22 PM (No. 1170853)
In Europe migrant must be synonymous with illegal.
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