Ordinary Decent Farmers putting Unions and Civil Service to shame

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All around the snow covered country decent farmers have voluntarily shifted stuck trucks and pulled cars out of ditches.. They do this voluntarily and don’t look for any reward unlike the Civil Service CPSU union who have refused to use a simple new fingerprint machine since 2006 unless they selfishly get more money.. These machines which could have saved the state hundreds of millions lie idle because of unabashed Civil Service \ PS greed...

Meanwhile the prissy civil service and their unions have stopped these same decent farmers from voluntarily gritting back roads that the councils can’t even get to on “Health & Safety” grounds!.. they want to keep the work for their unionised members and don’t seem to care about the fate of Irish citizens on hazardous roads.
 


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All around the snow covered country decent farmers have voluntarily shifted stuck trucks and pulled cars out of ditches.. They do this voluntarily and don’t look for any reward unlike the Civil Service CPSU union who have refused to use a simple new fingerprint machine since 2006 unless they selfishly get more money.. These machines which could have saved the state hundreds of millions lie idle because of unabashed Civil Service \ PS greed...

Meanwhile the prissy civil service and their unions have stopped these same decent farmers from voluntarily gritting back roads that the councils can’t even get to on “Health & Safety” grounds!.. they want to keep the work for their unionised members and don’t seem to care about the fate of Irish citizens on hazardous roads.
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bash bash bash
 

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All around the snow covered country decent farmers have voluntarily shifted stuck trucks and pulled cars out of ditches.. They do this voluntarily and don’t look for any reward unlike the Civil Service CPSU union who have refused to use a simple new fingerprint machine since 2006 unless they selfishly get more money.. These machines which could have saved the state hundreds of millions lie idle because of unabashed Civil Service \ PS greed...
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All around the snow covered country decent farmers have voluntarily shifted stuck trucks and pulled cars out of ditches.. They do this voluntarily and don’t look for any reward unlike the Civil Service CPSU union who have refused to use a simple new fingerprint machine since 2006 unless they selfishly get more money.. These machines which could have saved the state hundreds of millions lie idle because of unabashed Civil Service \ PS greed...

Meanwhile the prissy civil service and their unions have stopped these same decent farmers from voluntarily gritting back roads that the councils can’t even get to on “Health & Safety” grounds!.. they want to keep the work for their unionised members and don’t seem to care about the fate of Irish citizens on hazardous roads.
There are certainly some basically decent people who are landowning farmers. But, by owning the land, they do more damage to Irish society than all the drug pushers and bankers put together. There are also many very decent civil servants. To suggest that the few farmers who helped out neighbours are in some way putting civil servants to shame is ridiculous.

What we need to do is nationalise the land, and have farmers as memebrs of the working class.
 

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All around the snow covered country decent farmers have voluntarily shifted stuck trucks and pulled cars out of ditches.. They do this voluntarily and don’t look for any reward unlike the Civil Service CPSU union who have refused to use a simple new fingerprint machine since 2006 unless they selfishly get more money.. These machines which could have saved the state hundreds of millions lie idle because of unabashed Civil Service \ PS greed...

Meanwhile the prissy civil service and their unions have stopped these same decent farmers from voluntarily gritting back roads that the councils can’t even get to on “Health & Safety” grounds!.. they want to keep the work for their unionised members and don’t seem to care about the fate of Irish citizens on hazardous roads.

Farmers bad, Civil Servants quite nice really.. but shopkeepers, now they're deadly.. taxi drivers are awful, bankers..phew!, graphic designers are pride of our nation.. pharmacists are drug pushers with a licence to kill.. GPs are salt of the earth, consultants eats babies..
.. do you see how stoopid your rather feeble post is?
 

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maybe the farmers are doing something to pay back the 2 billion a year of tax payers money they receive
 

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maybe the farmers are doing something to pay back the 2 billion a year of tax payers money they receive

Maybe the public sector could do something for the billions they get too. Like their jobs.
 

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All around the snow covered country decent farmers have voluntarily shifted stuck trucks and pulled cars out of ditches.. They do this voluntarily and don’t look for any reward unlike the Civil Service CPSU union who have refused to use a simple new fingerprint machine since 2006 unless they selfishly get more money.. These machines which could have saved the state hundreds of millions lie idle because of unabashed Civil Service \ PS greed...

Meanwhile the prissy civil service and their unions have stopped these same decent farmers from voluntarily gritting back roads that the councils can’t even get to on “Health & Safety” grounds!.. they want to keep the work for their unionised members and don’t seem to care about the fate of Irish citizens on hazardous roads.
any excuse to have a go at the public service (and you don't seem to know the difference between the civil service, the public service and semi-states). Most of these Health & Safety rules were brought in by the EU, many of them for very good reasons. Others are insurance issues which employers insist on. Workers can be disciplined for breaching them.
 

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Maybe the public sector could do something for the billions they get too. Like their jobs.
Listen d1ckhead, they are, right now, out there gritting the roads, have been for hours, some of them where even disarming viable explosive devises in the bitter cold while others are at crash sites or in operating theatres, right NOW.

The OP is an absolute joke, its total bullsh1t in fact and a pizzant slapping hard working and dedicated public servants in the face using two completely unrelated examples. A joke of a human being belittling the very public service who may one day save his worthless life.
 

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Listen d1ckhead, they are, right now, out there gritting the roads, have been for hours, some of them where even disarming viable explosive devises in the bitter cold while others are at crash sites or in operating theatres, right NOW.

The OP is an absolute joke, its total bullsh1t in fact and a pizzant slapping hard working and dedicated public servants in the face using two completely unrelated examples. A joke of a human being belittling the very public service who may one day save his worthless life.
Lucky you. They may have gritted your road wherever you are. Speaking personally nobody in this area has been able to get their vehicle next or near their home due to many inches of solid ice lying in massive duvets across every inch of road. Me and my neighbours cars are all precariously sitting on the only road the council put a tiny smattering of small black stones on (it doesn't look like salt to me) some distance from their homes and people are trudging through snowy fields with their necessities like milk and bread from their treacherous journey to the nearest shops as the road is impassable because the Council has made an arse of digging proper drains to let running water away and this is the result. There has been no postal deliveries since last week and the situation is getting worse and worse. So, speak for yourself and regard yourself as fortunate!
 

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Lucky you. They may have gritted your road wherever you are. Speaking personally nobody in this area has been able to get their vehicle next or near their home due to many inches of solid ice lying in massive duvets across every inch of road. Me and my neighbours cars are all precariously sitting on the only road the council put a tiny smattering of small black stones on (it doesn't look like salt to me) some distance from their homes and people are trudging through snowy fields with their necessities like milk and bread from their treacherous journey to the nearest shops as the road is impassable because the Council has made an arse of digging proper drains to let running water away and this is the result. There has been no postal deliveries since last week and the situation is getting worse and worse. So, speak for yourself and regard yourself as fortunate!

I'm in Dublin, the location description opposite my name might have been a bit of a clue in that regard but never mind.
Housing estates in Dublin are also left ungritted but most if not all primary routes nationwide are being gritted thats nearly 10,000 k of roads, there where public announcements stating that only primary roads will be gritted due to the length of the cold snap expected, a bloody sensible policy to avoid drastic shortages should every little bohreen in the counrty be gritted in a knee jerk manner.
 
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will all due respect to people in the councils, its an example of where the state lets us down. As good citizens our job is like the all knowing Homer said "cant someone else do it" , if we had less State and more voluntary cooperation between individuals, everyone would have got out and cleared their bit of path and road, simples. The government will always be like a hard hat in a crowbar storm ;-)
 

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All around the snow covered country decent farmers have voluntarily shifted stuck trucks and pulled cars out of ditches.. They do this voluntarily and don’t look for any reward unlike the Civil Service CPSU union who have refused to use a simple new fingerprint machine since 2006 unless they selfishly get more money.. These machines which could have saved the state hundreds of millions lie idle because of unabashed Civil Service \ PS greed...

Meanwhile the prissy civil service and their unions have stopped these same decent farmers from voluntarily gritting back roads that the councils can’t even get to on “Health & Safety” grounds!.. they want to keep the work for their unionised members and don’t seem to care about the fate of Irish citizens on hazardous roads.
perhaps there is a nice kids site you can draw your word cartoons for. you have no point just the usual auld harris arze licking.
so you couldn't pass the civil service exam. get over it.:roll:
 

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All around the snow covered country decent farmers have voluntarily shifted stuck trucks and pulled cars out of ditches.. They do this voluntarily and don’t look for any reward unlike the Civil Service CPSU union who have refused to use a simple new fingerprint machine since 2006 unless they selfishly get more money...
Incorrect, if you get stuck in a ditch in most places around the country - guys in tractors/4x4s will be 'given' 20 euro for a car and 50 euro for a truck as thanks for dragging you out. If these decent volunteers actually get paid for it then they'd have to pay tax on it wouldn't they ;)

I agree with you on the CPSU issue though - it's the same kind of FF attitude that's dragging down this country.
 

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Listen d1ckhead, they are, right now, out there gritting the roads, have been for hours, some of them where even disarming viable explosive devises in the bitter cold while others are at crash sites or in operating theatres, right NOW.
As always the front line staff are pushed forward so the desk jockeys and wasters can hide behind them. All the old bull won't make any difference now and the vulgar abuse shows that you know it too. Your unions were at the top table at the celtic tiger party and the bubble money they got from Bertie no longer exists. Even if you were all doing your jobs properly there would still have to be cuts. If you face up to it and let the wasters take the pain you might have a chance of convincing the rest of us that public services are worth having.

But as of now I'd sooner see a private company getting the contract to clear roads in the knowledge that they wouldn't get paid if they failed. As for bomb disposal you can be sure the socialist republican responsible for the bomb is a great believer in the public sector and wants more of it.
 

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All around the snow covered country decent farmers have voluntarily shifted stuck trucks and pulled cars out of ditches.. They do this voluntarily and don’t look for any reward unlike the Civil Service CPSU union who have refused to use a simple new fingerprint machine since 2006 unless they selfishly get more money.. These machines which could have saved the state hundreds of millions lie idle because of unabashed Civil Service \ PS greed...

Meanwhile the prissy civil service and their unions have stopped these same decent farmers from voluntarily gritting back roads that the councils can’t even get to on “Health & Safety” grounds!.. they want to keep the work for their unionised members and don’t seem to care about the fate of Irish citizens on hazardous roads.
Funniest thread title in ages. Thanks for making me laugh so hard that the snow is gone from my person! Well done to those farmers and boo to anyone who's greedy. Now where would we find greed..the private sector? Surely not! when you're finished looking for your brain you might get educated on the subject. There is a legal issue (so I believe) in relation to this machine. I know of a few more machines lying idle.........
 

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As always the front line staff are pushed forward so the desk jockeys and wasters can hide behind them. All the old bull won't make any difference now and the vulgar abuse shows that you know it too. Your unions were at the top table at the celtic tiger party and the bubble money they got from Bertie no longer exists. Even if you were all doing your jobs properly there would still have to be cuts. If you face up to it and let the wasters take the pain you might have a chance of convincing the rest of us that public services are worth having.

But as of now I'd sooner see a private company getting the contract to clear roads in the knowledge that they wouldn't get paid if they failed. As for bomb disposal you can be sure the socialist republican responsible for the bomb is a great believer in the public sector and wants more of it.

I'm not in a Union and I am frontline who's totally pissed off with the like fo you pontificating and throwing around baseless horsesh*t on a regular basis.

Your post was a waste of both yours and my time.
 

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As always the front line staff are pushed forward so the desk jockeys and wasters can hide behind them. All the old bull won't make any difference now and the vulgar abuse shows that you know it too. Your unions were at the top table at the celtic tiger party and the bubble money they got from Bertie no longer exists. Even if you were all doing your jobs properly there would still have to be cuts. If you face up to it and let the wasters take the pain you might have a chance of convincing the rest of us that public services are worth having.

But as of now I'd sooner see a private company getting the contract to clear roads in the knowledge that they wouldn't get paid if they failed. As for bomb disposal you can be sure the socialist republican responsible for the bomb is a great believer in the public sector and wants more of it.
So bombers are friends of the PS..did I read that right?

nuts..........and shame on you. Ask the army and Gardai involved........
 

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All around the snow covered country decent farmers have voluntarily shifted stuck trucks and pulled cars out of ditches.. They do this voluntarily and don’t look for any reward unlike the Civil Service CPSU union who have refused to use a simple new fingerprint machine since 2006 unless they selfishly get more money.. These machines which could have saved the state hundreds of millions lie idle because of unabashed Civil Service \ PS greed...

Meanwhile the prissy civil service and their unions have stopped these same decent farmers from voluntarily gritting back roads that the councils can’t even get to on “Health & Safety” grounds!.. they want to keep the work for their unionised members and don’t seem to care about the fate of Irish citizens on hazardous roads.
You're some kaunt.

If you seriously think CPSU workers have "anabashed greed", you're clueless. Its our letigious society that have brought in such concern for Health and Safety you pillock?

Are these the same ordinary decent farmers who scammed the Dept of Agriculture and EU subsidies for years. The same one that loaded anaimals with angel dust and other lethal sunstances? The same onces whose crooked practices broight us the wonders of CJD?

There are CS PS working there bolloxs off for ************************s like you and for no extra money or time in lieu.

Piss off Kaunt.
 


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