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A Ship of Fools: The Renewable Heat Incentive fiasco




AhNowStop

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Seriously ? ... why do you insanely persist with the "they're both as bad as each other" nonsense ?

You are either extremely dishonest or incredibly stupid :? .... I will presume its the former.

feck sake wise up man and cut that nonsense out
Remind us again, which party pulled out of the administration in NI ?
 

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Remind us again, which party pulled out of the administration in NI ?
:roll:

Are you suggesting the DUP should just have been allowed to continue with their arrogant incompetence & corruption ?

Are you suggesting stormont being shut down was the shinners fault ?

Come on now man, stop being dishonest :?
 

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:roll:

Are you suggesting the DUP should just have been allowed to continue with their arrogant incompetence & corruption ?

Are you suggesting stormont being shut down was the shinners fault ?

Come on now man, stop being dishonest :?
Shinners pulled out as they wanted Foster to step down pending an enquiry into the RHI scandal. Two years later, that enquiry still not finished. So, in the meantime, brexit, welfare cuts, etc. all in play while the shinners take a powder.
 

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Shinners pulled out as they wanted Foster to step down pending an enquiry into the RHI scandal. Two years later, that enquiry still not finished. So, in the meantime, brexit, welfare cuts, etc. all in play while the shinners take a powder.
I’ll ask again and maybe you’ll answer this time but I doubt it :roll:


Are you suggesting the DUP should just have been allowed to continue with their arrogant incompetence & corruption ?

While you’re at it, maybe you could give us your thoughts on the February deal where the shinners “tried” to restart stormont only for the Orange Order & loyalist paramilitaries to veto the deal at the 11th hour ...... I suppose that was the Shinners fault too :roll:

Why oh why don’t you Uber anti shinner folk at least “try” to be a bit more honest :?
 

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Shinners pulled out as they wanted Foster to step down pending an enquiry into the RHI scandal. Two years later, that enquiry still not finished. So, in the meantime, brexit, welfare cuts, etc. all in play while the shinners take a powder.
Before SF had even pulled out, a DUP minister, who only a couple of months previously had provided £300K of funding for 'kick-the-pope', loyalist bands upped the ante by withdrawing a paltry £50K of funding for deprived children to attend the Gaeltacht.
For all nationalists that was the final insult, and no nationalist party would ever be trusted again had they not given a firm undertaking to their voters to sort the Irish language issue out for once and for all.
It is as simple as this. We will not ever be treated as doormats by unionists ever again, and if that means paralysis of government until they finally concede parity of esteem then so be it. We can afford to wait. Their time is running out.
 

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Before SF had even pulled out, a DUP minister, who only a couple of months previously had provided £300K of funding for 'kick-the-pope', loyalist bands upped the ante by withdrawing a paltry £50K of funding for deprived children to attend the Gaeltacht.
For all nationalists that was the final insult, and no nationalist party would ever be trusted again had they not given a firm undertaking to their voters to sort the Irish language issue out for once and for all.
It is as simple as this. We will not ever be treated as doormats by unionists ever again, and if that means paralysis of government until they finally concede parity of esteem then so be it. We can afford to wait. Their time is running out.
Well put :thumbsup:
 

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Shinners pulled out as they wanted Foster to step down pending an enquiry into the RHI scandal. Two years later, that enquiry still not finished. So, in the meantime, brexit, welfare cuts, etc. all in play while the shinners take a powder.
SF came to an agreement with the DUP in February to go back in. The DUP came to an agreement with SF in February to go back in. The OO and UDA kicked up a fuss and the DUP retreated.

Brexit and welfare cuts would have continued even if Stormont was firing on all cylinders.

You missed those bits from your post. Not that they matter to you.
 

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Snarlene & the in the doc again it seems ..

The payments have now been stripped down to a miserly £2k per annum (from a promise of over £50k) for each boiler and apparently there are many recipients ho tool out these huge loans headed for bankruptcy ... these same loans that had those mighty tariffs grandfathered by the one & only Snarlene himself :roll:

So now we have the DUP shafting farmers & business via Brexit AND the RHI ...... how to win friends & influence people :redface: lol


Planned cuts in RHI tariffs agri-sector - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
 

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Snarlene & the in the doc again it seems ..

The payments have now been stripped down to a miserly £2k per annum (from a promise of over £50k) for each boiler and apparently there are many recipients ho tool out these huge loans headed for bankruptcy ... these same loans that had those mighty tariffs grandfathered by the one & only Snarlene himself :roll:

So now we have the DUP shafting farmers & business via Brexit AND the RHI ...... how to win friends & influence people :redface: lol


Planned cuts in RHI tariffs agri-sector - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk


Does this mean the public inquiry into this scam can be reopened to gather further evidence?
 

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Does this mean the public inquiry into this scam can be reopened to gather further evidence?
dont think so MM, sure they're still trying to piece together all the double speak, DUPlicity and downright lies from the last one :rolleyes2: lol
 

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dont think so MM, sure they're still trying to piece together all the double speak, DUPlicity and downright lies from the last one :rolleyes2: lol


This report, by the Judge and his team, if it ever comes to light, will surely make uncomfortable reading for unionism overall in the North of Ireland.
 

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