The Gardai defending our rights.

Xipe Totec

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Q:
is it wrong to defend the interests of private property?

is it wrong to protect politicians working toward that goal?

is it wrong to tirelessly tongue the anuses of the rich on p.ie?


A:
of course not.


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Luigi Vampa

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The Gardai really should be congratulated for their diligent defence of democracy in this country and protecting the property of the ex-minister in the middle of a housing estate. Clearly it was money well spent and the government and the Garda commissioner should be complemented on the carefully considered use of scarce public resources although, given the fact that the gardai spent the majority of the time sitting in their vehicles, maybe the government should provide extra funding for some nice warming clothing on such a cold winter's day.
Ignore it. You're not SF or Éirígí. You should know better. The Gardai are just doing what they are told to do by their brass. It's the FFker appointed brass that is the problem, not rank and file Gardai. The FFkers are trying to smear you.

Time to remember the GRA speech. When the new government is in power Gardai Michael O’Boyce should be awarded the Scott medal for his speech.

For the past year and a half, gardaí and other public sector workers have endured an unrelenting, distasteful and vitriolic attack from the government and their wealthy cronies. This was distasteful and unbelievable considering the role garda take in society. It most definitely verged on incitement to hatred. The attacks were orchestrated to demonise and marginalise public sector workers. They were designed to drive a wedge between public and private sector workers.

But the ancient tactic of divide and conquer did not succeed, except with those misguided souls who contact daytime radio talk shows. They were primed to deflect attention away from the ‘national saboteurs’.

We are angry, we have been betrayed and we are disillusioned. But I do not believe it is yet understood just how angry we are. And that anger will find an outlet, the anger that we feel will find its target.

We are angry at being portrayed as self-serving, overpaid, under-worked and dishonest people with overly generous pensions that we don’t pay for. Yes, there are public servants who fit into that category; they are represented by you and your colleagues, not us.

We are angry that we, our children and our children’s children have been sacrificed by this government to protect the people who bankrolled your party and robbed the Irish People. Men like Fingers and Seanie were held up by government as examples of entrepreneurial skill and business acumen but who were nothing more than ‘gombeen’ men.

We are angry at the arrogance of a government corrupted by years of power has lost touch with the reality of life on a modest salary; if they ever knew it at all. A government whose only agenda is to protect the economic traitors.

We are angry at being lectured by government on the need to be patriotic. A patriot is ‘a person who vigorously supports his country and its way of life.’ This government is misusing what it means to be Irish as they support a new aristocracy created in their image. This new aristocracy chooses whether to retain state pensions while still working as public representatives, using all means to spend vast resources on the few, while taking pay from the majority. This government have created a new class system; one that does not value our service and dedication.

We are angry about NAMA. No, not the entity set up by government to bail out developers and speculators who reneged on their debts, the cost of which you have placed on the shoulders of generations of Irish workers to come. Yes, we are angry about that, but, I am talking about the NAMA that the government is, The National Assets Mismanagement Agency.

The government of which you are a long serving member has mismanaged the wealth of this country for more than a decade by allowing our assets to be plundered and robbed by bankers and speculators and you are making generations of Irish workers pay the price for this treachery. You did this because bankers and speculators have bought your party, and in return you have sacrificed the greater good and prosperity of the Irish Nation for the benefit of the few – the few who have now taken their ill-gotten gains and secured them in tax haven around the world. Truly, a government of national sabotage.

In the face of the unwarranted attack by the government on the workers and unemployed of this country the Garda Representative Association has stood head and shoulders above other trade unions. We have shown leadership, temerity, tenaciousness and courage. We have lead from the front.

On the 7th December 2009 we announced that we were going to ballot our members on industrial action. I have no doubt the announcement saved our allowances from the hatchet.

You Minister came out fighting, saying you were going to arrest and jail the CEC, and forgetting that you hadn’t the power. Then you threatened to seize the assets of the GRA; believing your own frenzy you went on to threaten to arrest the printers and the postal workers. As we know none of this happened – except the issuing of the ballot.

The GRA has now set forth on a course to become a full trade union. Minister, you have said that we will never achieve that status. That is the second leg. And when, in the near future, the GRA achieves trade union status, it will be the home win. http://www.indymedia.ie/article/96487"
 

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The Gardai have been involved in political work for a long time, harrasing SF election workers.I even saw them taking the name of a 15yo girl handing out leaflets. Pity they did not keep an eye on their criminal comrades in Donegal instead of looking after their rented properties & tenants on state time. The rank & file Garda on the front line are blameless, its their chiefs in their plush offices who got their promotions as a result of their loyalty to FF ministers & who now now carry out actions that suit their masters political agenda.
And so they should take the name of that sad 15 year old child being exploited in such a way.
They should then follow up by finding out who put her in this situation and prosecute accordingly.
 

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Good work by the Gardai making sure the looney left dont smash a few windows or burn a car or two.
If those nutters really wanted to stop the Budget coming through they should petition their local TD's.
This being a democracy.
End of Story.
hahahahahahahhahahaha. yes petition them that would work. i would imagine most of the rank and file guards dont enjoy that sort of work. its their supers who instruct them. if the ordinary guards have a taste for that sort of thing i'd imagine they'd find their way to special branch
 
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can someone explain to me, why members of an garda siochana can also be directors of private companies in their capacity as gardai! I know McDowell was against this! given the liabilities to the state , but it seems they ignored him, Members of an garda siochana .I.e. the constitutional Irish police force are sitting on many private boards under the name of Garda rep's, but acting as private directoriships. I.e Company sectaries, Chairmamships. Any barristers out there who would like to answer this question! Why are gardai holding directorships in private companies in their profession as gardai? This is a serious conflict of interest of citizen and state!
 

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When the GRA marched on the Dail, did special branch photograph them & take their car regs?
 

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Across the road from this was another unmarked police car with the occupant taking photographs and video footage of the participants in the picket
It might be no harm to take a few pictures of this man. You may also want to check whether he has any ID to show exactly who he is and why is taking photos, and make sure you have a video camera when you are doing it.
 

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And so they should take the name of that sad 15 year old child being exploited in such a way.
They should then follow up by finding out who put her in this situation and prosecute accordingly.
She was obliviously there with her parents and if you ask any political party member from any party you will find out that they too first got involved in elections at a very young age you plonker.
 

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Good work by the Gardai making sure the looney left dont smash a few windows or burn a car or two.
If those nutters really wanted to stop the Budget coming through they should petition their local TD's.
This being a democracy.
End of Story.
Eh, democratic right to protest. Or should democratic rights only be extended to those who share your politics?

We all know where policies like that lead don't we.

End of........
 

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It might be no harm to take a few pictures of this man. You may also want to check whether he has any ID to show exactly who he is and why is taking photos, and make sure you have a video camera when you are doing it.
Don't we know you get thrown in ditches if you try to do that? They use their video cameras as threats to anyone who challenges them. God knows, we've seen enough of it in North Mayo!
 

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She was obliviously there with her parents and if you ask any political party member from any party you will find out that they too first got involved in elections at a very young age you plonker.
Exactly - which is brainwashing in case you dont realise
Any idiot parent can easily force-feed a child into a political orienation if they want
But a truly responsable parent will allow a child to grow and learn and to make their own political choices as they reach maturity
Typical of the left to brainwash their own young children into a dead-end no-hope future
I really pity that unfortunate 15 year old child
 

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Exactly - which is brainwashing in case you dont realise
Any idiot parent can easily force-feed a child into a political orienation if they want
But a truly responsable parent will allow a child to grow and learn and to make their own political choices as they reach maturity
Typical of the left to brainwash their own young children into a dead-end no-hope future
I really pity that unfortunate 15 year old child
Yeah surely we should be removing kids from religious parents indoctrinating them from an early age.

Christ how slow where you when you were 15, lead a sheltered life did ye. Still havn't managed to move away from mammy perhaps?

It must have been the brainwashing
 

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It might be no harm to take a few pictures of this man. You may also want to check whether he has any ID to show exactly who he is and why is taking photos, and make sure you have a video camera when you are doing it.
There was one particular gentleman, (he had the head of a gaurd) in plainclothes filming peaceful protestors at LH after the union march.

He refused to answer questions as to who he was and what right he had in filming private citizens, i have a pic of him on my fone.
 

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Exactly - which is brainwashing in case you dont realise
Any idiot parent can easily force-feed a child into a political orienation if they want
But a truly responsable parent will allow a child to grow and learn and to make their own political choices as they reach maturity
Typical of the left to brainwash their own young children into a dead-end no-hope future
I really pity that unfortunate 15 year old child
It seems to me that if they weren't brainwashed the same way as you obviously were, then they are quite simply wrong. Did your parents never teach you toleration of various points of view and to live and let live? Most 15 year olds, particularly those who are politically aware at that age, I would think have been brought up and educated fairly well. What would you prefer your 15 year old be doing? - out with friends trying drugs, couch potatoes lying idling playing playstation for years on end or being politically aware at an early age?
 

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Yeah surely we should be removing kids from religious parents indoctrinating them from an early age.

Christ how slow where you when you were 15, lead a sheltered life did ye. Still havn't managed to move away from mammy perhaps?

It must have been the brainwashing
What the hell are you on about now?
Religeon, sheltered life, mammy... etc
With all due respects - you gotta be drunk
 

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Rosmuc said:
The Gardai have been involved in political work for a long time, harrasing SF election workers.I even saw them taking the name of a 15yo girl handing out leaflets. Pity they did not keep an eye on their criminal comrades in Donegal instead of looking after their rented properties & tenants on state time. The rank & file Garda on the front line are blameless, its their chiefs in their plush offices who got their promotions as a result of their loyalty to FF ministers & who now now carry out actions that suit their masters political agenda.
The nature of the global NWO is to attack women and children. It's not just against SF or Socialist Worker, they are trying to discourage all dissenters, make protest illegal. There is an ongoing campaign across European police forces, obviously under orders from their paymasters, to discourage free and peaceful assemblies. What they want is docile, compliant, Big Brother and Pop Idol watching sheep.

Maybe it's time for a change, time to resist.
 
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Rosmuc

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Exactly - which is brainwashing in case you dont realise
Any idiot parent can easily force-feed a child into a political orienation if they want
But a truly responsable parent will allow a child to grow and learn and to make their own political choices as they reach maturity
Typical of the left to brainwash their own young children into a dead-end no-hope future
I really pity that unfortunate 15 year old child
Then you must pity every child in Ireland that follows the culture of their parents may that be politics, religion or music that has been cultivated through generations of their family. Something you clearly lack or understand, and for that it is only pity I have for you.
 

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What the hell are you on about now?
Religeon, sheltered life, mammy... etc
With all due respects - you gotta be drunk
I wish then i'd be on I tunes listening to good music rather than sit here reading your tripe about indoctrinating kids, thats what religious parents do-do they not?
 

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It seems to me that if they weren't brainwashed the same way as you obviously were, then they are quite simply wrong. Did your parents never teach you toleration of various points of view and to live and let live? Most 15 year olds, particularly those who are politically aware at that age, I would think have been brought up and educated fairly well. What would you prefer your 15 year old be doing? - out with friends trying drugs, couch potatoes lying idling playing playstation for years on end or being politically aware at an early age?
Excuse me, I was never brainwashed by my parents at all and I have never brainwashed my children either.
But I would be very concerned if someone had my 15 year old daughter distributing leaflets to all and sundry on the street.
In fact, I would consider this as a deriliction of duty as a parent if I allowed my daughter to do this.
 

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I wish then i'd be on I tunes listening to good music rather than sit here reading your tripe about indoctrinating kids, thats what religious parents do-do they not?
My friend, listen to your iTunes and ignore reality if that makes you feel good
I am advocating non indoctrination of kids in case you dont understand - which includes socialism and religeon. I would be equally worried about seeing a 15 year old distrubuting religous or socialist leaflets.
 


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