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May 8, 2012

The obvious reason for this referendum is to legalise through the constitution the payment to private bankers from public funds retrospectively

The obvious reason for this referendum is to legalise through the constitution the payment to private bankers from public funds retrospectively. As they are being made retrospectively these payments could never meet the normal legal requirements for the awarding contracts from public funds. They are therefore corrupt. If this happened in an African country think of the hue and cry? It is being cleverly done in the insistence that we balance the books and this can only be done by paying the bankers which will now have constitutional backing.

May 3, 2012

People Before Profit Alliance tells Government to stop the bullying and debate the real content of the Treaty
People Before Profit Alliance calls for No to austerity treaty

Wed, 02/05

May 3, 2012

IRISH REFERENDUM ON FISCAL TREATY 31 MAY 2012 WHY WE SHOULD VOTE NO

IRISH REFERENDUM ON FISCAL TREATY

31 MAY 2012

WHY WE SHOULD VOTE NO

Preface

Despite attempts by powerful outside interests - and even our own government! 

 to by-pass the Irish electorate and prevent this referendum, the decision by the Attorney General has given us a chance to protect ourselves from further  permanent erosion of our constitutional rights and national 

sovereignty.   It also gives us a breathing space to increase our 

April 30, 2012

Introduction

One of the tricks that the rich play on ordinary people is to exclude them from real decision making processes. Typically, this is done by monopolising the airwaves and speaking in a technical language that is almost impossible to understand. So-called ‘experts’ replace real democratic discussion and the elite consensus is then reinforced by being trotted out endlessly.

Introduction

One of the tricks that the rich play on ordinary people is to exclude them from real decision making processes. Typically, this is done by monopolising the airwaves and speaking in a technical language that is almost impossible to understand. So-called ‘experts’ replace real democratic discussion and the elite consensus is then reinforced by being trotted out endlessly.

April 12, 2012

Bank bailouts, savage attacks on health, education and welfare budgets, cuts to the public sector, wage cuts and extra taxes have devastated the lives of working class people in Ireland.

These austerity policies have also made the economic crisis much worse.

Every week the government press office releases some new ‘feel-good’ story ranging from ‘we’ve turned a corner’ or ‘we’re back on track’ to Michael Noonan’s bizarre statement that the Irish economy is about ‘to take off like a rocket’. The reality, however, is a very different.

Author: Sinead Kennedy

Bank bailouts, savage attacks on health, education and welfare budgets, cuts to the public sector, wage cuts and extra taxes have devastated the lives of working class people in Ireland.

These austerity policies have also made the economic crisis much worse.