Cork Fine Gael TD Jim Daly blames RTE for civil disobedience

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Intellectual twat Fine Gael TD Jim Daly has blamed the "meeja" for the moral and ethical civil disobedience by hundreds of thousands of ordinary decent taxpayers protesting against the sleazy corrupt "Irish Water" and the non payment of FG/"labour's" crony stuffed quango "Irish Water" charges.

TD Jim is a total twat and how dare he dare to insult the moral and ethical stance against his party's attempt to enforce the rotten austerity taxes and privatisation attempts to enrich Fine Gael cronies.




Obviously idiots like TD Jim Daly need to be sent a fresh message that his parties dramatic loss of votes in the last election was due to their thug like support for the attempted robbery via "Irish Water" charges along with the rest of his governments assaults on ordinary decent tax payers through austerity taxes and general fleecing of the public.

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Media ‘stirred up civil disobedience’ with water charges
The media stirred up civil disobedience in relation to water charges, according to Cork Fine Gael TD Jim Daly, who said RTÉ advertised protests as if they were St Patrick’s Day parades.

I wonder what TD Jim Daly thinks of his bosom buddy Regina Doherty advocating civil disobedience in a pathetic attempt to hold onto some measly Fine Gael votes?
Regina Doherty backs
Government Chief Whip Regina Doherty has put her position in jeopardy by saying she will back anti-pylon protesters in any “civil disobedience” measures taken to prevent the new north-south electricity inter-connector.

Pots calling kettle black in Fine Gael!:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D
 


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Intellectual twat Fine Gael TD Jim Daly has blamed the "meeja" for the moral and ethical civil disobedience by hundreds of thousands of ordinary decent taxpayers protesting against the sleazy corrupt "Irish Water" and the non payment of FG/"labour's" crony stuffed quango "Irish Water" charges.

TD Jim is a total twat and how dare he dare to insult the moral and ethical stance against his party's attempt to enforce the rotten austerity taxes and privatisation attempts to enrich Fine Gael cronies.



Obviously idiots like TD Jim Daly need to be sent a fresh message that his parties dramatic loss of votes in the last election was due to their thug like support for the attempted robbery via "Irish Water" charges along with the rest of his governments assaults on ordinary decent tax payers through austerity taxes and general fleecing of the public.





Pots calling kettle black in Fine Gael!:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D
Shouldn't the headline read "Fine Gael stirred up civil disobedience with water charges'?

Anyway, his chief whip has called for a 'campaign of civil disobedience' over the North South electricity interconnector.

Two faced or what?
 

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Ah here, the media in fairness tried their best to ignore it.
 

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Ah here, the media in fairness tried their best to ignore it.
Really? It was the top billing of the national broadcaster's Six One News and evening news frequently along with many Clare Bryne shows, for a time it seemed only Paul Murphy or Ruth Coppinger could get a look in on the Clare Byrne shows.
 

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Jimmy boy is worried about his seat as his running mate Noel Harrington is snapping at his heels for the last seat in Cork South West.
 

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Really? It was the top billing of the national broadcaster's Six One News and evening news frequently along with many Clare Bryne shows, for a time it seemed only Paul Murphy or Ruth Coppinger could get a look in on the Clare Byrne shows.
When numbers like that get up off their arses to protest you expect the national broadcaster to ignore it?

I'm neither a fan of RTE or the protest against water charges but you're kidding yourself if you think RTE gave them a helping hand.
 

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Daly is right. Joe Duffy on Liveline made a campaign on it, and Sharon Ni Bheolain in her leather wet suit was on it every evening on Sic One News,with the "latest"
 

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So RTE covered the biggest civil protest in the history of the state ...how dare they :roll:

Scratch even slightly below the shiney surface and you start to notice that FG is full of the same embarrassing Luddite Neanderthal gombeen throwbacks it always was

21st century ......not in FG it isn't :roll:
 

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So RTE covered the biggest civil protest in the history of the state ...how dare they :roll:

Scratch even slightly below the shiney surface and you start to notice that FG is full of the same embarrassing Luddite Neanderthal gombeen throwbacks it always was

21st century ......not in FG it isn't :roll:
They really miss section31.
 

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Newstalk is extremely hostile to the water protests for redacted reasons.
 

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They really miss section31.
I dunno ....there seems to be a few young journos in RTE these days that aren't as accepting of the stock answers , learned by rote , and quite prepared to heckle and cajole
Audrey Carville and the guy on late debate spring to mind
 

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Newstalk is extremely hostile to the water protests for redacted reasons.
Don't listen very often ...but heard it yesterday when the presenter , said it drove him mad people protesting at water charges when insurance premiums were going up more :roll: I kid you not

Discussion on insurance increases and he managed to do his bosses bidding and slag off water protestors ....it's why I don't listen very often
 

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The big news hidden away in one of the farming rags this week was that Richard Nolan Civil Engineering had won a "prestigious contract" to repair a few pipes for IW around Wicklow and Baltinglass. The value of this "investment" by Irish Water?

Wait for it .....




€60,000!

That'll probably cover a couple of lads and a transit for a month or so.
 

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he cites that time RTE listed all the nationwide protest that were going to happen as if RTE was inviting people to go to them rather then reporting on them and notifying people of the disruption if they wanted to go shopping
 

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The big news hidden away in one of the farming rags this week was that Richard Nolan Civil Engineering had won a "prestigious contract" to repair a few pipes for IW around Wicklow and Baltinglass. The value of this "investment" by Irish Water?

Wait for it .....




€60,000!

That'll probably cover a couple of lads and a transit for a month or so.
I've been laying pipe in Wicklow for years, free gratis
 

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