Does Ireland need a right wing Dictatorship?

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In light of the governments attempts to tackle vested interests and the opportunism of the opposition, is it time that democracy was suspended in Ireland for a minimum 5 year period so that the government is able to ruthlessly deal with various vested interests that are holding the economy back. I'm neither a fascist nor a communist but I believe that Ireland requires strong leadership during this major economic crisis. While I acknowledge that Pinochet was a serial human rights abuser in Chile he did implement necessary and radical free market reforms that made the Chilean economy the most competitive in South America. Its time for a responsible right wing dictatorship without any human rights abuses taking place.
 


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Eh no. Now get back in your box. :roll:
 

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Baldur0300,
Tell me what is Cowen going to do about the cancerous vermin that run the public sector ie the trade unions. Do you think that democracy is sucessfully able to tackle vested interersts that are holding the Irish economy. Apparenetly Pinochet fired thousands of public sector layabouts when he ran Chile. The first 2 parties to be banned in a dictatorship in Ireland would be Fianna Fail and Fine Gael on grounds of gross incompetence and selfishness.
 

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In light of the governments attempts to tackle vested interests and the opportunism of the opposition, is it time that democracy was suspended in Ireland for a minimum 5 year period so that the government is able to ruthlessly deal with various vested interests that are holding the economy back. I'm neither a fascist nor a communist but I believe that Ireland requires strong leadership during this major economic crisis. While I acknowledge that Pinochet was a serial human rights abuser in Chile he did implement necessary and radical free market reforms that made the Chilean economy the most competitive in South America. Its time for a responsible right wing dictatorship without any human rights abuses taking place.
Prize for dumb post of the year. Dolt.
Tell me, when we are thrown out of every internaitonal organization of which we are a member, how will El Dictatoro deal with that?
And, if you can show me a single instance in the world history of tyrrany without human rights abuse, well done.
 

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In light of the governments attempts to tackle vested interests and the opportunism of the opposition, is it time that democracy was suspended in Ireland for a minimum 5 year period so that the government is able to ruthlessly deal with various vested interests that are holding the economy back. I'm neither a fascist nor a communist but I believe that Ireland requires strong leadership during this major economic crisis. While I acknowledge that Pinochet was a serial human rights abuser in Chile he did implement necessary and radical free market reforms that made the Chilean economy the most competitive in South America. Its time for a responsible right wing dictatorship without any human rights abuses taking place.
If you are serious then you are a dreadful human being

And Pinochet bankrupted Chile and impoverished the people.
 

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Baldur0300,
Tell me what is Cowen going to do about the cancerous vermin that run the public sector ie the trade unions. Do you think that democracy is sucessfully able to tackle vested interersts that are holding the Irish economy. Apparenetly Pinochet fired thousands of public sector layabouts when he ran Chile. The first 2 parties to be banned in a dictatorship in Ireland would be Fianna Fail and Fine Gael on grounds of gross incompetence and selfishness.
The fact that you keep referring to the policies of Pinochet doesn't say much for your "argument".

You do realise that dictatorship by its nature is a breach of human rights? You've already talked about banning the parties that represent the majority opinions of the citizenry. What next?
 

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Prize for dumb post of the year. Dolt.
Okay, how do you propose to ruthlessly confront vested interests that are holding the Irish economy back because having to pander to various sectoral interests sure as heel doesn't work in order to be re-elected. Trade unions are a cancerous affliction on the public sector.
 

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In light of the governments attempts to tackle vested interests and the opportunism of the opposition, is it time that democracy was suspended in Ireland for a minimum 5 year period so that the government is able to ruthlessly deal with various vested interests that are holding the economy back. I'm neither a fascist nor a communist but I believe that Ireland requires strong leadership during this major economic crisis. While I acknowledge that Pinochet was a serial human rights abuser in Chile he did implement necessary and radical free market reforms that made the Chilean economy the most competitive in South America. Its time for a responsible right wing dictatorship without any human rights abuses taking place.

:rolleyes:. Who would you like as dictator?.
 

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Okay, how do you propose to ruthlessly confront vested interests that are holding the Irish economy back because having to pander to various sectoral interests sure as heel doesn't work in order to be re-elected. Trade unions are a cancerous affliction on the public sector.

There goes another human right.
 

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Okay, how do you propose to ruthlessly confront vested interests that are holding the Irish economy back because having to pander to various sectoral interests sure as heel doesn't work in order to be re-elected. Trade unions are a cancerous affliction on the public sector.
Trade Unions are a cancerous effect? Would you like to explain that one Mussolini? Oh and yes you are a fascist. Everything you have said is fascist economics.
 

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There goes another human right.
I don't believe trade unions should be barred but it is unarguable that they are holding the public sector back, I believe collective bargaining should banned and be replaced by individual workplace agreements whereby the employee negotiates directly with their employer.
 

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I don't believe trade unions should be barred but it is unarguable that they are holding the public sector back, I believe collective bargaining should banned and be replaced by individual workplace agreements whereby the employee negotiates directly with their employer.
ie where employees are easier to divide and exploit. Seriously you are a moron. Your username is an embarassment too. I'm ashamed to be of the same species as you.
 

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Trade Unions are a cancerous effect? Would you like to explain that one Mussolini? Oh and yes you are a fascist. Everything you have said is fascist economics.
Mussolini actually increased the role of the state in the economy when he led Italy, I believe that government should be kept to the bare minimum in the economy and all semi state companies should be privatised although I accept that the banks will have to be recapitalised. Lets face reality the political establishment in Ireland doesn't have the guts to tackle powerful vested interests that are holding the economy back.
 

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I don't believe trade unions should be barred but it is unarguable that they are holding the public sector back, I believe collective bargaining should banned and be replaced by individual workplace agreements whereby the employee negotiates directly with their employer.
That's effectively banning trade unions then. What purpose would they serve where they are not able to prevent employers using their power to ensure employee wages are suppressed?
 

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I believe that government should be kept to the bare minimum in the economy
You're proposing they should interfere in the economy by banning collective bargaining.
 

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Baldur0300,
Wage costs are very high in the Irish economy at the moment which is making the Irish economy very uncompetitive, look at Aer Lingus for example is it any wonder why they want to outsource 1,500 jobs. Baldur0300, do you think that trade unions are holding the public sector back, work practices that currently exist in the public sector would not be tolerated in the private sector, am I right?
 


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