Monthly Archives: August 2012
“There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by the sword. The other is by debt.”—John Adams
As of now, the governance of the Ireland lies within the realm of the Dictatorship of International Banking. This autocracy rules purely for the benefit of themselves and their clients. The wishes, hopes, and aspirations of the people do not count; conveniently put aside to gather dust in some forgotten corner of enslavement.
Today, the choices facing many Irish people are stark. However, we do still have the freedom of limited choice, which is Starve, emigrate, resist, or do nothing.
All sectors of Irish society will suffer, but those on the lower rungs must suffer the most. If I were optimistic rather than pessimistic, I would be of the view that the autocracy through their specific actions of exploitation would become their own, gravediggers. This was a view held by Marx alas this man had too much faith in humanity. If we were to see what is happening in Ireland today he would roll over in his grave and say I need to study apathy in depth, and secondly, I must rewrite my manifesto to take on board this grave omission.
Presently, the role of The Government of Ireland is to function as the bailiffs of International Banking. My prediction is they will continue to genuflect and doff the cap to the troika. They will then tell we are doing well that we continue to meet the targets set out by the bankers.
The Bailiffs of International Banking
Modern day evictions
A man under threat from the bank
If Sligo County Council does not get more dosh before the end of the year, it could a case of ‘lights out. Turning off the public lighting would be one of the options that the council would have to consider, while the water supply would also be under threat.
Councillors met last Friday to discuss the very serious cash crisis that the council is facing.
They decided to ask Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan for an emergency bailout of €10m. This request is a total joke, as they well know the Minister will them to get lost. This is just a shoddy attempt by a local council to divert attention from their own incompetence and inability to manage and control their level of debt.
The council has capital debt of around €73m and an ever-growing revenue deficit, which now stands at nearly €13m. This year alone the difference between what the council will spend and take in will be just short of €2.5m.
This is bad news for the citizens of Sligo no water, no light at the end of tunnel. However, there again I suspect most the councils are in the same boat.
The Republic of Rotten Island is currently suffering an epidemic of aid addiction.
As a gesture of sympathy, the UK has offered the Republic of Rotten Island a top up loan of about Stg£5bn with the stipulation that the Government accepts the sum in Brixton Pounds. The Brixton pound is only legal tender in certain Brixton shops. It carries the same exchange rate as the British pound.
Negotiations with the Irish government are continuing over the exact terms, but the chancellor believed Rotten Island was a ‘friend in need’ Nevertheless they would still be expected to bring a truck of Guinness to the signing ceremony.
The Chancellor said, ‘this is a great opportunity for Ireland to be a part of an unusually one-sided deal. We will gladly lend them all that they require in Brixton pounds to ensure British interests in Brixton remain to the fore. The money loaned is not to be spent just anywhere; it is to be spent with us in Brixton. I am not stupid I have interests there.’
I say to the Irish, ask any Londoner, and they will tell you about the kind of product that can be bought in Brixton.’
‘It is continually reported to be of a very high quality.’
MP for Brixton Hashish Chuka Umunna welcomed the news.
“Brixton is a hive of verdant urban industry. Green leaf gardening is a big hobby, and we would welcome the Irish to come over, take in the smells of the area.
The Republic of Rotten Island is likely to agree to the deal, but only if they are allowed to pay back the loan over four generations and in the form of Panini football stickers.
Le Grand Dame, the Prime Minister of Rotten Island, said he hoped to engage local street traders from Brixton to start the rare antique sticker printing process to facilitate the lack of stinkers in Rotten Island. An invisible opposition member stated this would lead to a possible sticker bailout and accused the Blue Blouse Marist government of being disingenuous with the people.
The following bank will remain closed due to on going criminal investigations. The police, the Government, bank officials and the establishment regret the inconvenience to members of the public. Many Billions of are reported to have been siphoned off to overseas accounts. The Gardai state it will take years to untangle the web deceit.
A spokesperson for Dáil Éireann said it was untrue that the entire government had left the country
Overdue Frank comments on the ESB price cut
His comment are no more than an ego trip equating to, I like the sound of my own voice. Overdue Frank says I like the reduction however, on the other hand, the piece seems to allude that Mr. Overdue actually played a part in the reduction. Overdue played no part what so ever, this is another a desperate attempt to deflect the other problems engulfing Mr. Overdue. Frank boy we all know you are overdue with the bank please pay the bill because if you do not it becomes another bit of ineptitude we the citizens will have to pay for
Below comments from the Roscommon Herald 29/08/2012
ESB price cut “overdue” – Feighan
News that electricity prices are to drop by 5.4 percent in November was welcomed this week by Deputy Frank Feighan, who said that the price cut was “justified and overdue”.
“While this announcement is welcome, it is such a pity that it took so long for the lower market prices that the ESB has been paying to be passed on to the hard-pressed consumer.
“For over a year I, and my Fine Gael colleagues, have been calling for electricity prices to be slashed and I believe that in future, action should be taken by the Regulator to ensure that price reductions, when possible, are passed onto the consumer immediately instead of waiting for up to a year.
“Nevertheless, this reduction is well and truly justified given that everybody knew that energy prices for gas and electricity could come down, especially since the Chairman of the ESB voiced this opinion 12 months ago. Price increases granted last year were indefensible as gas prices had fallen on international markets and there was a consequent knock-on benefits for electricity markets and it is only right and proper, if belated, that these increases have been reversed.
Interviewer: Sean can you describe what it is like to be bunged up in Mountjoy the land of sodomy and sadness.
Sean: To be honest with you prison is not the laugh I thought it would be. Imagine an important guy like me being incarcerated in a dump like this
Do these people not realize that the law of the privileged applies in this case? You must understand that the fiefdom law of Quinn in all cases supersedes common law. How dear those bastards lock me up
Standards here are very low. Blah moan wealth, blah whine riches, people here have no concept of what affluence really means, no appreciation.
Can you imagine being banged up with all those Antos and ethnic Limerick lads?
On my first day, an old black geezer took me under his wing and showed me how to avoid the beatings and rape. I can tell you I am streetwise now. Let me just say I learned lessons in here about recouping the family fortune
Everyone in hear from top to bottom is quiet corrupt and I must say I enjoy that element of prison life.
In here, you can get whatever you want. I have respect as I am now teaching people to read and write, add and subtract. Illiterate drug dealers are paying me good money for teaching them money disposal tricks. I am held in high esteem but for most life is only about slopping out sadness and sodomy. No, worry my man I will be out of this dump soon. The Da will surly come and get me sure, what could go wrong all a big mistake.
BANK of Ireland has taken legal action against TD Frank “Overdue” Feighan making him the latest Fianna Gael figure to fall victim to poor judgement. The loan in Question is about €300,000.
Feighan who has extensive property interests in Ireland and overseas said the loan related to the family business in his native Boyle.
He said he was “very surprised” that the bank moved against him but expects a positive outcome. Now anyone with a debt appears to be flabbergasted when a bank moves against him or her. What a cheek, how dare those clerks cast doubt on my credibility? This is haughtiness at its best. A man from a corner shop background should know better.
Should we allow a politician who is indebted to the banks to vote on issues affecting the banks? Do we need a man already compromised and demonstrating a lack of financial judgement in the Dáil?
You would need blinkers not to see the conflict of interest. Is the kind of person we want to represent us the citizenry? Maybe TDs who cannot pay their debts as a matter of form should resign.
Ironic that this TD cannot even look after his own affairs what chance has he of looking after the affairs of his public.
Let us have a quick peek at some highlights of Frank Feighan career.
Feighan was re-elected at the 2011 general election. In government, he voted with Fine Gael on the Roscommon Hospital issue despite having assured his constituents of his commitment to saving the hospital. He told the Dáil he was “sincerely sorry” for breaking a pre-election promise in relation to the issue. This man excels in his ability to break promises and shows management skills in not paying off his debts. However he shows little aptitude in representing the public at large.
Following the publication of the 2012 Constituency Commission report, the Irish Times believed he was one of 13 TDs most likely to lose their seats in the next election. With luck, it will be a case of good riddance and good-bye to Overdue Frank.
In my humble opinion, Fianna Gael is turning out to be just like the bunch of chancers from the Feeling Small Party, as they say scum rises to the top.
In the year 2012, the Lord came unto Noah, now living in Ireland, and said: Once again, the earth has become wicked, and I see the end of all flesh before me.
Build another Ark and save two of every living thing along with a few good humans.
He gave Noah the blueprints, saying you have six months to build the Ark before I send unending rain for 40 days and 40 nights.
Six months later, the Lord looked down and saw Noah weeping in his yard – but no Ark.
I am about to start the rain! Where is the Ark?
Forgive me, Lord, begged Noah, but things have changed I need Bord Pleanala approval.
I have been arguing with the inspector about the need for a sprinkler system.
My neighbours claim that I have violated zoning laws by building the Ark in my yard and exceeding the height limitations. We have to go to an appeal’s tribunal.
Then the Department of Transport demanded I post a bond for the future costs of moving power lines to reach the sea.
I told them that the sea would be coming to us, but they would hear nothing of it.
Getting the wood was another problem. There is a ban on cutting local trees in order to save the red squirrel.
I tried to convince the environmentalists that I needed the wood to save the squirrels – but no go!
When I started gathering the beasts, an animal rights group sued me.
They argued the accommodations were too restrictive, and it was cruel and inhumane to put so many animals in a confined space.
Then the EPA ruled that I could not build the Ark until they had conducted an environmental impact study on your proposed flood.
I am still trying to resolve a complaint with the ICTU over using Polish carpenters on my building crew.
Now immigration is checking the status of all the people on the job.
The trades unions insist that I hire only Union workers with Ark-building experience.
To make matters worse, NAMA seized all my assets, claiming I am trying to leave the country illegally.
So, forgive me Lord but I need at lest ten years to finish this Ark.
Suddenly, the skies cleared. The sun began to shine, and a rainbow stretched across the sky.
Noah looked up in wonder and asked, ‘You mean you’re not going to destroy the world?’
‘No,’ said the Lord.
Your Blue Blouse/Marxist Government beat me to it.
Above the bank that you must pay for. The villains are all known to the general public. You the public have to pay for their sins
The question is how many of the management will go to jail.
You can rely on the statues quo to prevail- A few scapegoats will go to jail as a token offering to the masses. In the meantime the poor people of Ireland go to jail for not paying a TV licence
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Below some sound bites
The financial institutions of today have become the tsunamis of fiscal catastrophe for all but the inner circle. These Draculas of pecuniary are the epicenter of greed and corruption and appear to have the freedom to bleed, people, banks and nation-states of their wealth.
a backdoor bailout of invisible financial players who failed to manage their exposure to a shaky borrower (Anglo)
In the German domestic market, the banks behaved impeccably. However, the external
dealings of these banks came from either a financial asylum or a home for retards.
This man sits on the mayors’ throne as the observant overseer of derelict sites, depleted wallets, empty shops, and decaying infrastructure.
This begs the question what can this man do? In fact, very little, for the powers of local Government are curtailed to the point that they are almost ineffective but not totally.
Now a few words of advice to “Big Billy S” bear in mind you are not totally without power you can do something about rates. You can take action to make derelict sites attractive to prospective business owners, thus creating employment.
However, you know Billy Boy you puzzle me. Your party has advocated the boycotting of the household tax a payment that is now the law of the land and which many householders have already paid. What bewilders me here is the left has always been a strong backer of property taxation. Today such taxation has become a major component of local Government. You as a member of WUAG are suggesting people do not pay their taxes. No taxes, equates to no money for services. I wonder Mr. Mayor where you stand. I hear on the grapevine that a local wordsmith is composing a song called the “Shoer Wiggle”
THE MARE OF CLONMEL
Do the citizens really need a mare in their town