The non existant public 'backlash' over NAMA/IMF ?

Mister men

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Wear green this Saturday, march and make your own banner.
 


chriskavo

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The banker swine placed bets they could not cover and now they are whining like little piglets for the public to cover their screw-ups.

Just like the lloyds of London scandal, they expect to people outside the inner circle to lose big time to cover the profits for the inner-circle gold-watch-club. It’s like losing all your moneys at a casino and at the end of the night demanding a refund. Why do the elite criminals think that they are so dammed special to demand a bail-out every time. And who’s money are they playing with anyways: Ours if they lose ; theirs if they profit.
This is a huge international scam they are pulling off.
 

motorheed

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The banker swine placed bets they could not cover and now they are whining like little piglets for the public to cover their screw-ups.

Just like the lloyds of London scandal, they expect to people outside the inner circle to lose big time to cover the profits for the inner-circle gold-watch-club. It’s like losing all your moneys at a casino and at the end of the night demanding a refund. Why do the elite criminals think that they are so dammed special to demand a bail-out every time. And who’s money are they playing with anyways: Ours if they lose ; theirs if they profit.
This is a huge international scam they are pulling off.

+1

and the sad thing is that it all just a huge game of bluff. Default and call their bluff!
 

Civic_critic2

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What do you want to be the outcome of marching?(serious question)
The only outcome I can see that is worth having on saturday is an occupation of the dáil which will stretch through to next week. If anyone has any other ideas I'm all ears. What do I think the chances are of an occupation happening on saturday? On past form I doubt the Irish people have it in them.
 

TonyBird

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The only outcome I can see that is worth having on saturday is an occupation of the dáil which will stretch through to next week. If anyone has any other ideas I'm all ears. What do I think the chances are of an occupation happening on saturday? On past form I doubt the Irish people have it in them.
There wont be space for 'the Irish people ' . You and your mates will have to do it on our behalf . Good luck commrade .
 


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