Sarah Louise Mulligan

Independent candidate for Cabra-Glasnevin

How would you help get more housing built in the city – especially social and affordable housing?

If I, Sarah Louise Mulligan, am elected for the Cabra/Glasnevin, Dublin Central constituency. I will personally contribute to the building of new Irish homes out of my salary. I also said this when I ran as a presidential candidate back in 2018 in many of my speeches. I will get in touch with other patriotic entrepreneurs and ask them to kindly invest in this project.

It’s paramount that Irish people who want to start Irish families are helped to do so. I would monitor the builders on the site, giving lots of Irish men work, sit down and read their plans when they hope to start and finish the building of new, beautiful affordable, Irish homes for the Irish only. There was once a time where Irish families were given an incentive to start a family, I would adapt the "Hungarian system". I would also increase the minimum wage, helping people with a mortgage so our own Irish people are not left deciding between food or central heating. 

How would you help improve conditions in existing housing, both social and privately rented?

Deportations of the illegal Immigrants who have committed serious crimes. This will soon free up some Irish homes and apartments, existing housing, both social private. An Irish version of ICE [US Immigration and Customs Enforcemen] would be implemented. Landlords would be given strict rules that they must look after the Irish first and if an Irish tenant suffers dampness or mould, they will be exposed. Everything must be in working order. If not, serious ramifications would come into play, if Irish tenants are being mistreated by Irish landlords. 

What would you do to help make the city feel less dirty, tackling the rubbish and dog poo all over the streets?

Asylum seekers who are currently living in tents along the canal are causing immense upheaval, rubbish and stress among residents. They all should be sent back to where they came from immediately. There’s a smell of human faeces wafting through the air, even the dogs on the streets know it’s wrong to have asylum seekers living in tents with no sanitation.

Dog owners must clean up after their dog immediately so they don’t get a fine on the spot.

The government are responsible for all the chaos they create regarding making Dublin less safe. They are doing it on purpose and want to turn Ireland into a third-world kip. They all need to go a new patriotic government needs to be in power now. These stale politicians have done enough damage obeying their EU masters.

What would you do to help tackle vacancy and dereliction?

The price of rent in Ireland is a disgrace. It’s why we have so much homelessness among the Irish, including 4,000 children waiting to be housed. Landlords should help the indigenous Irish instead of making money out of illegal immigration.

Anywhere there’s vacant homes for a long period of time should be immediately investigated. There should be stricter rules on solicitors who know a home or apartment is lying there rotting away. This should be exposed and brought to the attention of those who look after the Irish homeless situation. I would be more than happy to help facilitate in this process. 

What needs to be done to make the city feel safer?

Close the borders and deport illegal immigrants. Women should be legally allowed to carry pepper spray. Free self-defense classes for everyone of all ages in every community. I want to see more Irish elderly people on the bus like it used to be. They should feel safe too in their own city. 

What needs to be done to improve public transport in the city?

Deport illegal immigrants, they are taking up room on our Irish buses. I had to wait for the third bus. Two buses that went by were packed. This proves Ireland is full.

What should be done to make it nicer and safer for people to get around the city on foot and by bike?

Deport illegal immigrants, so we can have more Irish families walking around and cycling through our cities. 

What would you do to help counter the rise of the far right, anti-immigrant and anti-LGBTQ+ hate, and anti-asylum-seeker arsons?

There is no far right, in Ireland, there’s just people who’ve been right so far. I think Ireland is a very welcoming country, we are not racist. The LGBTQ community have many rights now. People have a right to speak their mind. Free speech is the cornerstone of our democracy. Therefore, the Hate Speech Bill needs to be put in the bin as soon as possible and [Justice Minister] Helen McEntee should step down for trying to enforce it on Irish people and should bring [Garda Commissioner] Drew Harris with her.