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By: Sam_Chee_Kong As most of us can remember that Iceland was the first country that went down during the last Global Financial Crisis in 2008. During that time Iceland had done something remarkable and that is during the five years … Continue reading
Leaders in Cyprus and Brussels scrambled Monday to contain the fallout from an unprecedented effort to force ordinary bank depositors in this crisis-hit nation to pay for part of an international bailout, as stock markets faltered on concerns about the … Continue reading
A former deputy director of the IMF has warned that it’s unlikely Ireland will be in a fit state to exit it’s bailout programme next year.His comments completely contradict suggestions made by the Social Protection Minister Joan Burton who said … Continue reading
By Namawinelake Last weekend, the communities of Ballyhea and Charleville in county Cork held their 80th weekly bank bailout protest, a dignified 15-minute modest display that demonstrates, for some at least in Ireland, they will not go quietly into the night and … Continue reading
MADRID—Spain’s government imposed further austerity measures on the country Wednesday as it unveiled sales tax hikes and spending cuts aimed at shaving (EURO)65 billion ($79.85 billion) off the state budget over the next two and a half years.A day after … Continue reading
Diarmaid O Cadhla email@example.com Dear friend, Attached is a .PDF copy of a statement issued on my behalf by The Peoples Convention. The statement is important because it is an attempt to expose the role of the party system in our … Continue reading
The Bank bailout(Private bondholders) is illegal under Bunreacht Na hEireann, the Irish Constitution
The current government are guilty of treason and the pervious gangsters from the former government are also guilty of treason .They have betrayed the Irish people and the republic in favor of their pals ,the faceless bondholders who are now sucking … Continue reading
We are all aware for the huge problem homeowners are facing with negative equity issues Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev has outlined here in this article a costing and a possible road map of what a possible bailout of the ordinary Irish … Continue reading
Yields on Greek 2-year government bonds hit 46.84% today, a eurozone record. The surge in yields follows a report that $8 billion in bailout funds could be in jeopardy after Greece missed its reform goals and an announcement by Greek Finance … Continue reading
By Namawinelake This Thursday 21st July, the 165* men and women who comprise our main democratic organ, Dail Eireann, will take off for their summer holidays and return again eight weeks later on 14th September. Nothing unusual about that – last year … Continue reading