“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?
Tom revealed in the impassioned Facebook post that his rented Dublin home, where he recorded his latest album Yous, has been sold to a consortium of European investors.
He wrote: “The house I live in just got sold as part of a portfolio to a consortium of European investors. It will be sold or rented no doubt to someone working for Amazon on a base salary of 470k while the people who make this city what it is are forced out to the suburbs or to a city they can afford a reasonable quality of life and where their level of income doesn’t make them feel like a complete failure,” he continued.
“The bottom line is all the real money is being repatriated, the growth is not sustainable or real. have we not learned anything from the last boom and bust cycle? it’s worse than the Celtic Tiger though and the price is too high in terms of people and culture, it’s sickening but nobody seems to be able to do anything about it. It will end in tears.”
His words have sparked a wider discussion online around the crippling of Dublin’s creative community by the cost of living.
“I can’t afford to live in my hometown any more. I don’t want to go,” Kitt continued.
“It feels like one of the best periods of creativity I’ve lived through in this city. Having given most of my adult life working my ass off in a profession where those with the power repeatedly fail their own and book festival line ups that make us look like a regional city of the UK rather than a country brimming with original talent that deserves more help and platform and proper reward.”
Having experienced it myself when working for Google in Dublin in 2014, I was shocked to discover that the globalist politicians were so desperate to pursue the false “jobs = booming economy = votes” mantra, they had built all these nice office parks on the waterfront to tempt globalist multinationals to Dublin, with a disgusting low corporate tax rate as the dealmaker. but they had somehow forgotten to build accommodation for all these imported workers…
Erm,… Or did the Irish politicians really believe these globalist corporations intended to hire and train local Irish workers? When you have to pay at least two thirds of your salary just to be able to live and work in Dublin, You quickly realise something is wrong with the rose tinted picture globalists and their servile politicians promote ad infinitum. In fact the situation was so bad, landlords and flat sharers were able to cherry pick tenants based on shared in interests in TV programs or other spurious liberal allegiances.
But then we are talking about a country where landlords happily kicked farm tenants off their land en masse in the middle of the worst famine ever. A country where landlords are now happy to sell their kith, kin and country to take coin from the globalist government, to house migrants and refugees. The spoils from this act of treason are lucrative with double or even triple the going rate being paid, as has happened in some cases. Unfortunately the dark cloak of secrecy that our plantation undertaker “occupation government” enforces with their occupation force Gardai, combined with the servile mainstream media makes it impossible for this knowledge to get out to We The People. A certain TD from Wexford told me in no uncertain terms that as the money was coming from the Dept. of Justice, no transparency was required.
To add insult to injury, or poverty to plunder, there have been many properties standing empty in Dublin, and elsewhere, that had been repossessed after the last “Celtic Tiger” crash. All set aside for Vulture Funds to swoop in and buy them at bargain basement prices and rent them out at exorbitant “market related” prices. One wonders how many of these have been sold of to the government at double the price to house fake refugees and migrants?
My dear Great Great Grandmother from Lurcan (as it was called then) in Dublin, will certainly not recognise her hometown and is surely turning in her grave…
We look forward to seeing more and more liberals waking up and swallowing the Red Pill of patriotism.
by Don Murray