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Migrant Clashes

Ireland has a beautiful landscape, and is the country where my grandmother was brought up, on a farm. That makes my father half Irish, and me and my brothers a quarter Irish. So whether liked or not because of previous Irish Republican Army (IRA) incidents, it is an incredible country.

These troubles were an ethno-nationalist conflict in Northern Ireland that lasted for about 30 years from the late 1960s to 1998. However, the latest events are refugees who pose as asylum seekers that come illegally by smugglersdinghies across the seas to seek a better life while bringing their own troublesome issues from multiethnic differences. These migrant clashes are a direct introduction to the problems to come. Peaceful people live in peace, whereas argumentative people tend to cause trouble wherever they are.

When we talk about international countries like Pakistan and India, Iraq and Iran, Afghanistan, or other North African countries like Algeria or Somalia, the refugees bring their diverse issues with them. Interclasses such as religious beliefs, regional fighting between neighbors, and the like accompany them.

No respect for their own neighborhood where they lived and their own country because we see argumentative attitudes, lashing out, and frustration which is being thrown in the Irish hotel (see video), and consequently an intolerable situation.

Food for free out of kind Irish courtesy, and as a result, no respect for locals. No gratitude for being supplied free hotel accommodation and sustenance so they can integrate in Irish culture. This provides a glimpse of what to expect in the future. It shows a total lack of respect.

Have a quick look at what is going on in an Irish hotel.

Take care!

Prof. Carl Boniface  


Vocabulary builder:

Ethno-nationalist = The term ethnonationalism (or ethno-nationalism) elicits understandings and forms of nationalism that regard ethnicity and ethnic ties as core components of conceptions and experiences of the “nation”.

Smugglers (n) = runners, contrabandists, moon-cursers

Dinghies (n) = plural of dinghy (syn) ships, vessels, yachts, liners, cruisers, ferries, craft. A small rowboat or sailboat. especially: one carried on a larger boat. Often rubber dinghies that have an outboard motor.

As a result (adv) = therefore, consequently, so, accordingly, thus

Glimpse (n) = sight, hint, foretaste, indication, sign, prevue, preview, peep, peek 

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