Daily reminder that if you have at least ONE Irish-born grandparent then you are eligible for Irish citizenship. An Irish passport allows you to live and work in any country in the EU. Citizens are also entitled to 188 euro unemployment welfare each week (NEETbux).
Even if you've never set foot in Ireland or don't know the first thing about the country, you can still gain citizenship if one of your grandparents was born there. Niggers and shitskins need not apply. More info at
You used to get decent rent allowance to, but that's been scrapped now or at least heavily reduced I think. Also social welfare was like 230 at one point.
The current government couldn't give a shit aout poor people, so I expect becoming a neet will be harder.
my grandmother was from germany and i live in a shit third world country. when i begged the german embassy for help to leave this place, they told me to fuck off.
good for you. if you are leaving a first world country for ireland, you can just go fuck yourself
Irish robot here.
Don't do it, it's not worth it. It's shit here, ugly Irish women, rain & cold all the time, hipsters in the towns, general degeneracy. Also scumbags/chavs, basically wiggers are plentiful.
You don realise that most NEETs would kill to get 188 euro for free every week. That's enough to cover internet bills and buy tendies. You don't know how good you have it. You'll never have to work a day in your (pathetic, miserable) life
I'm on NEETbux and only get 100 euros per week as I live with my parents. Ads well as you can't get any form of government aid till you live here for a certain amount of years.
The NEETbux are nice, the free healthcare, education, housing etc is great too. I'm basically being paid to study atm as well. It's hell in the social sense, and also the weather. It's miserable., only good for the people who want to better themselves.
I feel like shit for wasting away so many years when I have everything right in front of me.
>Shit-tier failed normie father can bounce and head to ireland if and when shit hits the fan with my mother's side of the family.
>He was a NEET before, he could do it again in his true homeland.
>I still have no get out of jail free card.
>No way off the ride.
Yeah, I guess not. Here's the section.
>Since 1 July 1986, a person registered in the Foreign Births Entry Book after 1986 is deemed to be an Irish citizen only from the date of his/her entry in the Register and not from the date of birth. This means that children born to that person before his/her date of entry in the Register are not entitled to citizenship.
I'm English, my grandparents are Irish. I've spoken to a few Irish folk who moved to England because there are no jobs in Ireland.
Unless you speak Norwegian and move to Norway (in line with the EEA), you probably won't be any better off.
my grandmother was Irish
I have a job where I live, but this plan intrigues me not going to lie. Sad thing about Irish women being ugly tho... at least OP pic is never been to Ireland myself
Most of /pol/ isn't Irish but I'd still welcome them here if they're white because Ireland needs a right-wing movement to purify our gene pool. Too many non-whites are availing of our generous NEETbux
My grandfather was born in Ireland but he blanda'd up with a Puerto Rican woman and their son blanda'd up with a Filipino woman. It might be destiny for me to continue the descent and blanda up with a negress.