Jim Corr calls for a peaceful revolution

subic

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Great, the new heroes on politics.ie - Joe Higgins, Sinn Fein and now Jim Corr. Talk about the blind leading the blind. None of those people have the faintest clue of what to do next.
Whereas FFFGLab know exactly where they're taking us.....
 


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Great, the new heroes on politics.ie - Joe Higgins, Sinn Fein and now Jim Corr. Talk about the blind leading the blind. None of those people have the faintest clue of what to do next.

The sunday times claimed on sunday that the IMF will demand our remaining state asstes as collateral for the bailout loans which bears out his claims of Ireland being asset stripped.

He says Ireland ccould print its own debt free currency aand renationalise its oil and gas. That is not in fact a crazy solution at all.
 

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Great, the new heroes on politics.ie - Joe Higgins, Sinn Fein and now Jim Corr. Talk about the blind leading the blind. None of those people have the faintest clue of what to do next.
Thats really funny, seeing as none of those you mention were responsible for creating the mess we're in.

You need to start thinking outside your little box...

I have a multiple choice question for you;

Who would you rather have in charge?

A. Finna Fail
or
B. Anybody else
 

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Ah FFS Jim Corr is madder than a march hare. he's irelands George Bush without the crayons. I really feel pity on the Corr sisters :(
 

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The sunday times claimed on sunday that the IMF will demand our remaining state asstes as collateral for the bailout loans which bears out his claims of Ireland being asset stripped.

He says Ireland ccould print its own debt free currency aand renationalise its oil and gas. That is not in fact a crazy solution at all.
That's kinda how the UK got out of a similar situation in 1976. North Sea gas and oil had a huge part to play in that.
 

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Thats really funny, seeing as none of those you mention were responsible for creating the mess we're in.

You need to start thinking outside your little box...

I have a multiple choice question for you;

Who would you rather have in charge?

A. Finna Fail
or
B. Anybody else
the only difference between Fianna fail and Fine Geal, labour and Sinn Fein is the name and thats it. they are all the same. in it for themselves and thats it.

ya go ahead and vote in FG/Lab and s few years down the line we will be up a different ************************ creek without a paddle.
 

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Jim Corr is mad.
Don't see any evidence of his being anything but quite 'on the ball' in that video.

Just because he's got left of centre views and is an idealist doesn't make him crazy.

Frankly, anyone who votes FF or remains a party member seems far more likely a candidate for the title of 'mad'.
 

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Don't see any evidence of his being anything but quite 'on the ball' in that video.

Just because he's got left of centre views and is an idealist doesn't make him crazy.

Frankly, anyone who votes FF or remains a party member seems far more likely a candidate for the title of 'mad'.
on the ball:lol: fair play
 

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no hassle i'm not into jim corrr but he is right with a lot of what he said.this is bigger that politics this is about our future and there playing with it and as long as we are fighting over the small things they are winning we need to stand for one day or even a week, that will show the gov and future gov that the people own this country and its not for sale
 

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Well enjoy the parade and Jim Corr's revolution all on here, just dont ask him for any financial advice, he's up to his neck in it with the banks due to his failed property deals.
 

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Jim Corr is mad.
He very well may be.

However Jim is purposing we take our country back. Whilst our poitical class want to burden us further with astronomical debts.

I know which lunatic gets my vote
 

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Fair play to Jim. Most of us are afraid to stand up for what we believe in because of what people might say or think. He talks the talk and walks the walk.
 

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I think it's the lizard people he's into
Anybody who questions authority and government are always hit with that one. So predictable and out dated...just doesn't work anymore.People are waking up on a massive scale against these criminal banking scum.
 

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Why is this guy getting such a hard time on here?

He's talking perfect sense really.

He's just talking about pressing "reset" on the financial system and ditching the leeches at the top.
A lot of the people who are giving Jim a hard time probably agree with what he has said in the video. They just dont want to be seen in agreement with someone who has a reputation as a conspiracy theorist.
 

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Anybody who questions authority and government are always hit with that one. So predictable and out dated...just doesn't work anymore.People are waking up on a massive scale against these criminal banking scum.
ya and its happening by the thousands every day,34000 children die every day, war and hunger is not norm and if people think this is "normal" then call me mad
 

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Anybody who questions authority and government are always hit with that one. So predictable and out dated...just doesn't work anymore.People are waking up on a massive scale against these criminal banking scum.
Fair enough. Jim's almost on the right track, there are big systemic problems which need some sort of global wake up call. Barriers and inequalities in global markets, post-colonial leftovers, the need for a human and environmental view of development, instead of just an economic view.

But these conspiracy theories are too simplistic and they miss the point. They distract people who give a damn from the mundane reality.
 


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