The origins of MASI (movement of asylum seekers in Ireland) , state involvement and sinister agenda
About 6 years ago , around 2015 , I noticed an event being advertised in the window of the local Intercutlural centre , it was something do with asylum seekers and I was curious to find out more .
My area in Clondalkin has the largest direct provision centre in dublin called the towers hotel opened in 2006 .
Following the opening of the direct provision centre , the Intercultural centre opened in 2008 .
The intercultural centre is run by the South Dublin County Partnership (SDC) which is a company funded by the government with five of its board members appointed by south dublin county council .
The event was being held in the local irish cultural centre Áras Chrónáin which wasn't too far away , so I decided to go along to find out more
What I witnessed there shocked me and awoke me to a very sinister agenda taking place in Ireland .
The room was laid out like a lecture hall , at the centre of the room surrounded by asylum seekers, the lecturer using projector and charts was teaching asylum seekers about their grievances with the system and how to present those issues to wider society.
The lecturer appeared to be an asylum seeker who had be trained up himself by the other organisers to give the lecture and it appeared the movement had already been in operation for some years because of the well organised nature of it .
Fast forward to today , and an organisation called MASI (the movement of asylum seekers in Ireland) appears to be centre stage in both the media and government reports when it comes to discussion around asylum seekers , given that this same organisation appears to have been established by government itself , it is most concerning for our democracy and should concern every citizen that such an agenda is taking place right under our noses . email@example.com