Monday, 9 April 2012
There is a lot of rubbish in the Sunday Independent about ministers having meetings with T.D. Michael Lowry and successful business man Dennis O' Brien because a judge forms an opinion after fifteen years of deliberation in an outrageously costly tribunal. Of course this is all based on the internal politics of Independent Newspapers. In the opinion of certain individuals who are trying to fill space in newspapers, the aforementioned are persona non grata yet some of those who had close contact with the representatives of communist and terrorist regimes are above board.
Tuesday, 3 April 2012
The fact that the big majority of "antis" to the house hold charge are associated with terrorists and communists should encourage the decent law abiding people of the country to pay and support the charge . I think that this is happening at the moment. When you note that a group of a certain hue gang together it is time for the decent people of the country to assert themselves. With the country badly wounded at the moment, and making small steps to recover, the anarchists feel that they can use the issue of the household charge to weaken the country further. Something similar was tried in England in the eighties when the communist trade unions tried to wreck the country with the support of evil communist regimes from around the world. Thankfully the Government of the day defeated them and heralded a very successful period for the British economy.