Great oratory and ‘Independents’ lead the way from the stage.
Ballyhea in West of Ireland is has weekly marches to voice its disapproval of the behaviour of the government in its moves to bail out the banks. Report by Al Jazeera.
This film is particularly interesting from two points of view. Firstly the secret police in action in Ireland. Secretly, the arrest of the protester who appears to be doing very little to warrant such behaviour of the secret police and then to make matters worse the manner in which they carry out the arrest. Completely unwarranted thuggery. How many does it take? Why the violence in their capture? Why are the standard ‘gardai’ standing around doing nothing? And making a nuisance of themselves with those who wish to record (rightly) the behaviour of the secret siochana?
This is an absolute classic! Gawd Save the Auld Sod! Pitiful is the place that is the green green grass of home. The forty shades of green are now blanched from the sun and are forty shades of shite and still the people believe the fairy tale that has brought so much woe on the people not only in recent times but also since and through the De VIL era! Watch & weep. Kilcock is a very small little village (or was) on the outskirts of Dublin in Co. Kildare. It is a place close to my heart for my [More]
No wonder politicians are so despised. Just listen to these ramblings from the T-Shark/T-Shock. Will we ever recover Ireland from the hands of the slippery-Sams like yerman Enda? Is there a possible Jeremy Corbyn in the wings? If so, your country needs you.
Published on 26 Jun 2013 Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny has ordered a government investigation into the Anglo-Irish Bank bailout after the release of secret audio recordings. From You Tube User http://www.youtube.com/user/slanabhai… rish Prime Minister Enda Kenny has ordered a government investigation into the Anglo-Irish Bank bailout after the release of secret audio recordings. Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny has ordered a government investigation into the Anglo-Irish Bank bailout after the release of secret audio recordings. In them, Peter Bowe, then head of Capital Markets, can be heard telling Peter Fitzgerald, director of retail banking, that seven billion euros would [More]