“I can’t afford to live in my hometown any more. I don’t want to go” says Dublin-based musician David Kitt who took to social media to reveal his sadness at having to leave his beloved hometown because of high rent prices.
The 43-year-old, who ironically, or possibly tellingly, is the son of former Fianna Fáil minister Tom Kitt, spoke of how spiraling rent costs and Fine Gael’s housing policy is “failing this city and its people massively“.
While this might come as a surprise or disappointment for someone in the entertainment industry, where they are prone to worship globalism and liberalism, it comes as no surprise to those amongst us who are already Red Pilled. Maybe it will start dawning on them that “no borders” is a trojan horse – it might be groovy and luvly to hop across to the Mainland with just a credit card an passport in your shirt pocket, but who is hopping over into your home, and why?