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Immigration Trends Challenge English, Irish Sovereignty

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In June of 2014, then-European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso, center, and others, addressed the media at EC headquarters in Brussels. At the time, a high-level meeting with senior representatives from Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, Sikh and Mormon religions, churches and communities occurred under the motto "The future of the European Union."  (Yves Logghe/AP)

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Ireland is now a nation of many languages, cultures, colors, religions, and attitudes. But it's now losing its national identity — and sovereignty. Walk along any street in Dublin, be it the famed O’Connell street or the obscure Gardiner Way, and what you see and hear are not Ireland but the Mideast on the River Liffey.

Ireland and the other countries of the European Union (EU) have created mess after mess for the sake of multiculturalism and diversity. The messes are destroying their national cultures, heritages, identities, psyches — and souls.

Each immigrant brings with him or her cultural or tribal or mores and/or religious beliefs with no desire to assimilate, and certainly not with a white Christian population.

For Ireland, whether refugees, asylum-seekers, or legal and illegal immigrants — the new residents of the Emerald Isle are a demanding group. These newcomers demand specific areas in which they demand to live. They solely desire Dublin, for no other location satisfies them.

The newcomers demand to be with fellow countrymen, or complain that the "country people" don't accept new cultures or religions; or they  complain that country people are infidels. Therefore, they oppose placement outside Dublin.

European Union politicians and supporters received the complaints of the newcomers as determinative of placement and then endeavored to please them. This has resulted in ghettos or segregated enclaves which in turn lead to unrest and terrorism — such as France and other EU countries now experience.

Already there is a defined geographical Chinatown in downtown Dublin facing on Parnell street. Other such ethnic enclaves are forming or have formed with Africans from Muslim countries gathering together; with Hindu Indians gathering together; with Afghans gathering together, and with Syrians gathering together. It goes on.

With the Brexit referendum, Britain by a small margin, voted to exit the EU. Ireland remains in the EU. Scotland wants to separate from Britain in order to stay in the EU, or just to exercise their noted contrarian bullheadedness.

Britain’s BBC and British newspapers together with Ireland’s RTE television and radio daily report the disintegration of the EU. They never mention the reason the native peoples of Britain voted for Brexit: uncontrolled immigration!

Britain is fighting paying 90 billion pounds, as an exit fee, from the EU.

Regardless, talk to the average English man or woman, Irish man or woman, Scottish man or woman, almost 95 percent want to retain their national, culture, ethos, heritage — and in most cases — their religion.

The English public is quick to say that unrestricted immigration is destroying their land. The daily crimes and assaults by "those bloody foreigners" and much worse descriptions is heard in London and the Midlands as well as from city to dale.

A common slur for the English capital is "Islamadon" say the English natives. The English politicians are called expletive deletive names from Portsmouth to the Scottish border.

The Scots are more sanguine, they think anything but rule by the Brits is acceptable. To the Scot at the Glasgow pub to the hikers of the moors of Caringorms National Park, the Scots seem untouched by immigrants. The flood of migrants whether legal or illegal are of little interest to the Scots. It is the English that are the interlopers. Thus, the Scots, in the main, do not consider the real impact their separating from Britain and impact of joining the EU.

The pub dwellers in Britain comment that the Scots will regret any going it alone with the EU, if it still exists next year.

A bank teller in Dublin will tell you immediately if asked, "How do you handle all these many languages?" Her curt smiling reply, "I speak only English. Somehow they cope."

The bank teller’s remark was plain and to the point; the lines of customers demonstrated that coping is often time-consuming. Hand gestures and the use of cellphones are common to help bank transactions as simple as cashing a refugee’s government check.

A bank official ruefully sighs that the EU’s immigration policies are "bloody fanciful and destructive," adding, "That’s why the EU is rotting from within."

A few feet away, an English customer in a Dublin bank shook his head saying, "Ask anyone in Leeds and they will tell you the EU is a bunch of knot heads." The same man continued, "Unlike London, English people actually live in Leeds."

While on the grounds of Ireland’s Trinity College, the world-class university, one American student in conversation opined that, "The U.S. better see what is happening in Europe — the Arabs and Africans are playing rope-a-dope with America."

A young man with a distinctive Australian accent replied "It’s a lesson we learned time ago, mate," adding, "Keep the buggers out or your country is kaput."

This is May 2017 in Britain and Ireland.

James H. Walsh was associate general counsel with the U.S. Department of Justice Immigration and Naturalization Service from 1983 to 1994. Read more reports from James Walsh — Click Here Now.

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