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Category Archives: Eugene Sheehy
It took Germany 90 years to pay off 25 billion in war reparations for the First World War. The US gulf will need 20$ Billion to clean it up . Ireland is now been saddled with debts of 36.5 billion … Continue reading →
After reading the Preliminary Report into Ireland’s Banking Crisis one can only come to the conclusion that Cowen and Lenihan are Guilty of “Gross Incompetence and Dereliction of Duty” And should resign immediately and be brought before the courts on … Continue reading →
If you want to really know what is going on then look at this video covered in the video is Gold, IMF, UK deficit, George Soros, and many more stories Is the Irish government involved in these kind of financial … Continue reading →
Are the goverement paying off the huge losses dfrom the other Banks through the Anglo Irish back door?? Continue reading →
The current Irish Government are responsible for the financial disaster the country is in, With the establishment of NAMA the Government is trying to socialize the enormous losses that the Banks and their Developer buddies have encored. Corruption is rife … Continue reading →
Figures in AIB’s annual report show the bailed-out bank paid its top management €3.6m last year, down from just over €5m the previous year. The figure is the combined bill for executive and non-executive directors. The bank’s finances were badly … Continue reading →