Over 700 concerned and frustrated residents of Balbriggan protested peacefully outside the local Garda station after an upsurge in migrant related crime in recent months.
Muggings, beatings, harassment, vandalism, gang loitering and even stabbings, the bulk of which were covered in a previous Altview article.
Several establishment media outlets have since picked up on the story, albeit excluding ‘sensitive’ yet crucial information such as the background of these criminal youths.
Their background is of pivotal importance however as these are after all guests in the Irish nation, whom along with their families were given a turn by the Irish state only to now turn around and take advantage of, exploit and even bully in return.
Assuming they have citizenship, they will also have taken an oath to the Irish nation – which evidently, is worth very little to them.
This is clearly not acceptable behaviour for non-nationals whatever way you look at it, and only a completely downtrodden and demoralized country which has completely lost any sense of sovereignty would take this sitting down. A 700 strong gathering of Irish citizens however have said enough is enough, action is demanded of the authorities.
The local train station along with Tesco are apparently becoming no-go areas, hotspots for muggings and beatings. In fact Balbriggan as a whole is in the process of becoming Ireland’s very first ”no-go” town.
One can only imagine the damage this has done to the town’s overall reputation and for anyone who was thinking of visiting as the area is quiet scenic.
These migrant gangs are, according to reports, regularly targeting people for mobile phones with little done by Gardai. Residents who have lived in Balbriggan their entire lives are reportedly living in fear of these anti-social and violent migrant gangs.
One man who rang into a local radio station reported that his wife had woken him one night and a gang of twenty to thirty black youths had gathered outside of their house and started rioting, the Gardai were called and eventually arrived only to be laughed at and squared up to by these reckless, fearless and hardened criminal migrant gangs.
An armed garda unit was then called which didn’t seem to concern them either showing the utter contempt for the law.
Participants of the 700 strong protest have assured the public that this is only the start and that they will continue marching on government buildings and holding protests until sufficient action is taken. We stand by them wholeheartedly and would encourage others across the entire island to take note, observe carefully and if necessary take similar actions if you think your area is at risk of sliding down the same path of utter lawlessness.