View Full Version : IMF - Ireland has no choice than 'to do fairly dramatic things"
We have been warned.
06-10-2010, 08:02 PM
06-10-2010, 09:14 PM
It really is two minutes to midnight now, we either pull some seriously hairy rabbit out of the hat or we are screwed. Well our ride on globalization was nice while it lasted, it has turned around and bite us now. It is hard to imagine where we go from here, politics is likely to become very reactionary and unpredictable. Capitalism etc and foreign firms a bad word.
06-10-2010, 10:01 PM
I can just see the posters now.
"Yes to IMF. Yes to Jobs"
06-10-2010, 10:15 PM
As long as the Public Service is the highest paid in Europe, there'll be no strikes.
As long as our unemployed are the highest paid in the World, there'll be no riots.
As long as the Chief Of Staff is paid more than his counterpart in the U.S, there'll be no mutiny.
Only when these drastic changes, that the IMF demand happen will things start to get hairy.
Even then I'm doubtful.
06-10-2010, 10:41 PM
At this time, I will be busy burning cars.
I can tell you Digey if you burn my car which I have worked very hard to get, it's me you will be reckoning with not some push over like Brian & Bertie et al.
This is the very reason why people are afraid of protest, they don't want hooligans taking over.
The hooligans are running the show.
That may well be but they are elected by the people.
I agree we need the people out to get them out but I do not agree with a violent approach.
As I have stated before the people of Iceland have managed to do that without violence and their previous Prime Minister will be going to Court.
We both agree we want this Government out we just don't agree on how it should be done!!
I firmly believe that the people should be involved in the ousting of the FF/GP Government not just to get rid of them but to warn all politicians seeking election that we want this Country sorted out in a fair and equal manner.
I do not believe however that doing this through violent means would have the desired affect.
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