Aramark are evil,
I don't care what taxes they pay, fcuk them out of our country....god it's refreshing to say this,without some melt along to cheerlead for em
Aramark are evil,
I went to their website to find out what they are as I never heard of them, and I'm afraid I still have no clue. Planet savers, it sounds like...
Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is a leading service and solutions provider within the Northern Europe region. We proudly support clients, partners and customers in food, facilities management, property services, and retail solutions. Our work strives to contribute to a better world for both people and the planet, including commitments to engage our employees; empower healthy consumers; build local communities; source ethically, inclusively and responsibly; operate efficiently and reduce waste. Aramark employs over 16,000 people throughout Northern Europe.
Specialist in getting state contracts for food,in particular,and serve up utter rubbish to people in desperate conditions while profiteering off them and the tax payer
If there's any poor fcukers need shelter it's them
I’d agree it’s much more like the Cuban missile crisis. Kennedy vowed to invade Cuba and wipe them out if they put the missiles there and was regarded as a hero. I wouldn’t be happy taking in an influx of Cubans just because their government don’t want to give up their weapons. The two largest nuclear powers are risking a nuclear confrontation.
Could not agree more.
A new poll shows attitudes a hardening of public attitudes towards refugees, with 49% of people surveyed saying they are unhappy with the government's handling of the crisis.
The Business Post reports that 45% of people would not support the construction of modular homes to house Ukrainian refugees in their area.
But the poll shows support for modular housing without planning permission if it is to house people on social housing waiting lists, with 63% in favour and only 27% opposed.
It's not about the taxpayer as even if Ireland had more money than it knew what to do with, allowing immigration at current levels is a recipe for disaster - and the fools don't get why the "far right" (ordinary joes for the most part I suspect) are gaining in popularity. I'd like to see conscription here ASAP and restricted to just TDs, Senators and Councillors (and party members of the three government parties) , and then they can be sent to the Ukraine. Literally killing two birds with one stone.aidhor8319 wrote: ↑Sun Jan 29, 2023 2:18 pm Ukrainians from affected regions should be allowed to come here, outside of that, they should have to prove where they're coming from. Most of the Western part of the country hasnt been anywhere near as affected as the east. I know it may not be legally possible to do so but there should be a cap on the amount of social welfare they're receiving also, the money they get should be similar to other refugees/asylum seekers get. Its quite clear its a major motivation for many in coming here as they have to come through other countries to get to us where the social welfare isnt nearly as strong.
Any other 'asylum seekers' from other countries, there should be a complete ban until we get our own house in order at least. Its an absolute disgrace what Varadkar, O'Gorman and Helen McEntee are getting away with here at the expense of the Irish tax payer.
Argued with one of these open border knobs the other day - whining on about population density and how we had the room.Del.Monte wrote: ↑Sun Jan 29, 2023 3:52 pm It's not about the taxpayer as even if Ireland had more money than it knew what to do with, allowing immigration at current levels is a recipe for disaster - and the fools don't get why the "far right" (ordinary joes for the most part I suspect) are gaining in popularity. I'd like to see conscription here ASAP and restricted to just TDs, Senators and Councillors (and party members of the three government parties) , and then they can be sent to the Ukraine. Literally killing two birds with one stone.
I think,despite the endless propaganda to say otherwise,the penny is starting to drop,that this war in Ukraine isn't ending any time soonkadman wrote: ↑Sun Jan 29, 2023 3:27 pm Worrying times for the government with regards to the recent poll. I think maybe the irish people feel that their needs have been relegated to a lower position in their own country. I think this was allowed to develop into the hardening of attitudes that came out in this poll. It was bound to happen really
Irish people should come first in their own country, and diplomacy should have been the number 1 option into putting an end to this war, not the ever growing balance sheet of western power weapons manufacturers.
I think we should take all the Ukrainians we can.KHD wrote: ↑Fri Feb 03, 2023 8:28 am To me the war in Ukraine has brought all this to a head, and with the current mass mobilisation taking place in Ukraine you will have more people fleeing / getting out of the country to avoid being used as cannon fodder against the Russians. Don't blame them would do the same myself. This is causing pressures all over the EU not just Ireland. I think it is shameful that people are protesting outside buildings housing refugees, bad enough you have to leave your home and community and make your way to a foreign land having to look at lazy fookers who won't make the effort and stand outside leinster house where the protests should be.
I'm all for controlling our borders, no matter if it's Ukrainians or whoever, its important to know the background of the people coming into the country. I'd say there is absolutely no background checks whatsoever done on any migrants coming into the country. But as I said the Ukrainian thing is different in that it is an immediate issue and one that cannot be solved until the war in Ukraine ends. That's the reality.isha wrote: ↑Fri Feb 03, 2023 8:37 am I think we should take all the Ukrainians we can.
I think we should not take Albanians or Georgians popping over from London, or people from anywhere else where they are not directly in present danger. For those people, bored in the village or sick of where they live because it's not groovy, there are legitimate visa application channels they can apply through, same as I could if I was fed up of the rain and thought Australia or New Zealand might suit me better.