Anti-Eviction Taskforce- The Wall of Shame
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The Wall of Shame
Let’s take it as a given that most banks would be featured prominently on any page with this title. So we feel there is no sense in going over old ground. Instead you will find the actions and/or attitudes of individuals highlighted here. Don’t be surprised if this becomes the fastest growing page on the site over the coming weeks and months.
Michael Noonan, in his reaction to the Keane Report, expressed his belief that some people would have to lose their homes. This kind of statement coming from an elected representative shows that he cares not one jot. Some people should just consider themselves expendable.
Threatened a struggling single mother of 3 with immediate eviction if she didn’t somehow come up with €400. Nice chap!
Immediately removed a link to this website that was posted on his Facebook page and then blocked the local man who had posted it there. Mr. Kelly is also engaged in a high court battle against a 70-year old woman and using a private security firm for maximum effect.
Likes to turn up unannounced at people’s homes after normal business hours and try to intimidate them over mortgage arrears. This kind of tactic is becoming more frequent and is designed to try to catch people off guard. NO ONE has a right to threaten you on your own doorstep. If they turn up, stand your ground and send them packing.
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“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