The Troika Questions the Children’s Referendum as Being Wasteful of Public Funds
The Troika said last night in Dublin that funds were not readily available to pursue the self-governing process in Ireland, and until the economy improves, the Government should consider postponing all referendums’ and elections. When questioned if this procedure was democratic the retort was you can’t afford it.
They added if this wasteful process continued they would consider withholding further draw down of funds.
When questioned further on the Democratic process Michael Noonan stated that really is a question for the Taoiseach but believed that the process was safe in the hands of the government.
The Taoiseach when quizzed on the matter believed that it was of the utmost importance to maintain Ireland’s credibility with the world’s financial decision-makers, and he would not stray from this route to satisfy the whims of a minority.
The Troika felt that in certain areas, there was on display extremely high levels of incompetence. One senior source claimed the Troika has been “spooked by James Reilly the Minister of Health. They believed Reilly is the boldest boy in the class. Being well-qualified masters, they believe control of the class is of the utmost importance.
They are, likewise, concerned at the worthlessness of the ministers at the core of Government and the overall perceived lack of leadership.
They stated they would support a referendum as to who should rule Ireland.
They are also willing to fund and support a new party called the Bilderberg group. They felt this group knew how to mop up what money remained and to restore Ireland to prosperity but only after a long and intense period of deprivation.
On behalf on the Irish people, The Taoiseach apologised for the gross ineptness of the government.
Posted on October 19, 2012, in Government, IMF/ECB and tagged Banks, enda kenny, Government, Health minister, Ireland, Irish, Irish News, James Reilly, Michael Noonan, Taoiseach, Troika. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.