Public not liable for massive debt
A letter to the Independent that is worth reprinting- short, concise and to the point
Between them Sean Dunne, Sean Quinn and Bernard McNamara have managed to run up debts of over €3bn. By some crazy notion we, the public, are being told we are to pay these debts back to the people that the above people got the money from.
The logic to this is way beyond my comprehension. How we even manage to discuss such a ridiculous scenario is way beyond me.
We, the public, have absolutely nothing to do with these debts – and the sooner we tell the people who loaned this money to the likes of the Seans and Bernards, the quicker we can get our lives back to where we can look forward and not be stuck in this cloud of negativity and depression.
Broomhall Business Park,
Posted on April 16, 2013, in activism, buisiness, Government, Human rights and Liberties, IMF/ECB, International affairs, Ireland, politics, Wealth and tagged Austerity, Bankers, Banks, BANKS, Bernard, Bernard McNamara, David Hennessy, Debt, Rathnew, Sean, Seán Dunne, Wicklow. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.