IMF deal done, Chopra & Co. seen leaving through Dublin Airport



sport02

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Why couldn't we of made them sweat, instead of making it a stroll in the park for the IMF.
We know they want a deal done by late tomorrow night for the Asia markets, and we sign on the dotted line the day before.
For goodness sake what are FF playing at, what are they going to tell us, the deal was so good we couldn't say yes quick enough.
 

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Reports they left as early as 2pm ish Via a friend
'At least one of them travelled back, two garda driven blacked out mercs and full garda presence inc armed response unit and they went in through the northern security beside sr technics (Hangar 6)'
amazing... the gardai are driving the imf about. my auntie was held up in swords the other day.. hit over the head with a hammer and the days takings were robbed. it took 20 mins for the gardai to respond........ sorry for going so off topic.... that just bugs the ************************ out of me. dont they travel with their own private security. are we obliged to provide back up???
 

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Just thinking out-loud here.. maybe this 'bail-out' is not a bad thing after all. We, along with most of our European partners are no longer free, post the Lisbon Treaty anyway, and the trend is for more economic enslavement to come regardless. So it might very well happen that in 6 months time Portugal, Spain etc will be furious that we Irish got the lion share of the cash and they will be demanding the same. Lets face it - our so-called economic sovereignty is a shame anyway so maybe we ought to just take the money and run!
 

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Just thinking out-loud here.. maybe this 'bail-out' is not a bad thing after all. We, along with most of our European partners are no longer free, post the Lisbon Treaty anyway, and the trend is for more economic enslavement to come regardless. So it might very well happen that in 6 months time Portugal, Spain etc will be furious that we Irish got the lion share of the cash and they will be demanding the same. Lets face it - our so-called economic sovereignty is a shame anyway so maybe we ought to just take the money and run!
They are not giving us the money for Free

- they are loaning it to us at rate they know we could not possibly repay.

Google:

Indentured Labour

for how it works at individual level

and then apply to the citizens of this State.

= Perpetual Bondage:evil:
 

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I was led to believe that these guys were to give us a full audit and come out with a nasty truthful statement.

What happened?
 

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They are not giving us the money for Free

- they are loaning it to us at rate they know we could not possibly repay.

Google:

Indentured Labour

for how it works at individual level

and then apply to the citizens of this State.

= Perpetual Bondage:evil:
we cant pay our debts as it is - so whats the difference..
 

He3

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They are not giving us the money for Free

- they are loaning it to us at rate they know we could not possibly repay.

Google:

Indentured Labour

for how it works at individual level

and then apply to the citizens of this State.

= Perpetual Bondage:evil:
Economic conscription.

The price of partying for Ireland, according to the Party to end all parties.
 

Padraigin

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Economic conscription.

The price of partying for Ireland, according to the Party to end all parties.


Partying did not cause this.

An idiotic guarantee to the creditors of failing banks did.

And the only beneficiaries?

Badly managed banks, foreign bond holders, and those in the Irish government who get to keep their dealings with the failed banks secret so long as the banks can continue operate on the lifeblood of the Irish people.
 

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The IMF Busy day tomorrow. Time to pack. How to fit six packs of fig rolls. Most kind of the finance office.

2 minutes ago via Echofon
 

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Let's be fair

Partying did not cause this.

An idiotic guarantee to the creditors of failing banks did.

And the only beneficiaries?

Badly managed banks, foreign bond holders, and those in the Irish government who get to keep their dealings with the failed banks secret so long as the banks can continue operate on the lifeblood of the Irish people.

Let's be fair, says our Minister for Finance who is all wise, we all partied.

http://www.politics.ie/culture-community/144050-lets-fair-about-we-all-partied-does-justify-economic-conscription.html#post3213647

BTW I have it on good authority that Chopra has just flown out to pick up a bigger cheque book from HQ in Washington, and will be back tomorrow.
 

powderfinger

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Monday

Partying did not cause this.

An idiotic guarantee to the creditors of failing banks did.

And the only beneficiaries?

Badly managed banks, foreign bond holders, and those in the Irish government who get to keep their dealings with the failed banks secret so long as the banks can continue operate on the lifeblood of the Irish people.
That's a kernel of truth crystallised, Padraigin.
Well said.

'We'll have some analysis of the questioning and the answers later...'

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amazing... the gardai are driving the imf about. my auntie was held up in swords the other day.. hit over the head with a hammer and the days takings were robbed. it took 20 mins for the gardai to respond........ sorry for going so off topic.... that just bugs the ************************ out of me. dont they travel with their own private security. are we obliged to provide back up???
They need garda for securiy measures. Garda that are familiar with the city.
 

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Catalpa

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Where do you propose we get it instead?
We won't

We are damned if we do

& damned if we don't.

But its almost a certainty that we will default sooner rather than later eg within 12/18 months

So we have to start planning for a controlled Default & not uncontrollable implosion.

The next few years are going to be the hardest most people in this State have ever experienced....:?
 

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Let's be fair, says our Minister for Finance who is all wise, we all partied.

http://www.politics.ie/culture-community/144050-lets-fair-about-we-all-partied-does-justify-economic-conscription.html#post3213647

BTW I have it on good authority that Chopra has just flown out to pick up a bigger cheque book from HQ in Washington, and will be back tomorrow.
lol....could we not just have it in cash please????...or gold even??

A plane that big has yet to fly spidermom.
 

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The media are reporting that the negotiations with the IMF are expected to conclude tomorrow, however the IMF contingency have been spotted this evening passing through Dublin Airport onto (allegedly) a private jet.

It's likely that the negotiations may have been completed already.
Are you the same guy who said paddypower paid out ahead of time for Donegal sw?!
 


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