Posted August 14, 2018 12:31:30In an era of global media coverage of Ireland, many people may think of the country as a small, isolated island in a sea of vast oceans.
But the truth is that Ireland is an island of nearly 70 million people.
That’s roughly one in five of the world’s population.
It’s a small island of about a million people in a nation of about five million.
The United Nations and other international organisations have recorded an alarming rate of deaths in Ireland, with an estimated 4,000 people dying each day, according to figures from the Irish Ministry of Justice.
Many of those deaths are linked to drug and alcohol abuse.
The problem has got so bad that the government has decided to introduce a pilot scheme to try and address the problem.
The scheme will see a drug and drug-impaired driving ban, mandatory drug testing, mandatory treatment for drug users, and the establishment of an overdose helpline for those seeking help.
It is hoped the scheme will make it harder for people to get involved in organised crime and will help to stem the flow of drugs across the Irish border.
It all sounds quite nice, but what is the reality of the problem?
A lot of people may not realise the scale of the crisis in Ireland.
According to a 2016 survey by the Irish National Institute of Health and Care Excellence, the number of drug-related deaths in the country is at a record high.
The Irish Independent reports that of the people who died in the past year, about 6,000 were aged between 14 and 44 years old.
About 1,300 of those were aged under 25.
That is a staggering number.
A large number of people are dying from drugs and alcohol, which is what is putting the lives of so many people in danger.
So why is there so much misunderstanding about the situation?
There is a lot of misunderstanding.
Some people believe that Ireland isn’t at the top of the drug and crime curve, when in fact it is.
Many people think that the number one priority in dealing with drug and violence is to tackle organised crime, which unfortunately is happening all across the world.
In fact, the Irish Government has stated that the main priority is to help people to manage their drug and addiction, rather than to combat them.
It would be difficult to come up with a bigger mistake to make than to focus on one problem and one target, instead of tackling the real root cause of the problems.
Some politicians and people who are in power in Ireland seem to think that it is not possible to tackle the problem without tackling drugs and violence.
They often say that the problem is so bad, that there is no point in doing anything about it.
But Ireland is a country of people who believe they can get away with anything.
The problem is that people do not have that option.
It might seem strange to people to focus so much attention on drugs and drugs-related issues, but it is actually very difficult to do that.
We are not talking about a small number of individuals, but a country where drug and gun violence are the biggest problems.
It is the reason why there is such a big gap between how people are speaking about Ireland.
People may believe that it’s not a problem if it doesn’t exist, but the reality is that there are a lot more people who do not take drugs or drink alcohol and do not get involved with organised crime.
We don’t have the numbers to tackle drugs and crime if people don’t take the initiative to tackle them.
We also have a massive drug problem in Ireland that has got to be dealt with, not ignored.
We need to do a lot better to make the situation as easy as possible for people who want to get away from drugs.
I think there is a need to recognise that it isn’t just about drugs and gangs.
People also need to be aware that the Irish people don´t have the resources to tackle these problems.
They need to take control of their lives and their bodies.
The Government should be looking at making sure that there isn’t any more money going to the Irish drug companies to develop new drugs, which would make it easier for them to make money off people who don’t need them.
A lot is said about Ireland as a place where drugs and drug abuse are not an issue.
But there are so many problems that are taking place that are not being addressed.
The government should be focusing on tackling the problems before it does anything to address them.
There are a number of other countries in Europe where the situation is much worse.
But we are talking a tiny country with a population of just over four million people, and it’s an important country.