Wednesday, September 29 · 12:30pm – 2:30pm
|Location||St Stephen’s Green|
|More Info||The Right To Work Campaign will be joining the Irish Trade Union Congress protest at the Dail on Wed September 29th- we will be marching from Anglo Irish Bank at 12 noon and then joining the Congress protest at the Dail at 12.30pm.Sept 29th is the 1st day back for the Dail and is also the 2nd anniversary of the banking guarantee.The 23 Billion we gave Anglo Irish Bank is enough to employ everyone on the Live Register for 3 years on 33,000 a year!Get this government out!
No more Anglo Irish Bailouts!
We want jobs and services!
Stop the Cuts!For leaflets and posters contact 0872604143Let’s make this a real focus for all the anger out there against this incompetent government!
As a non-aligned and advocate for the middle ground and free enterprise I strongly believe that the support the government is giving this corrupt and clearly bankrupt private Bank in not the responsibility of the Irish Taxpayers and I also firmly believe that the Irish government has created a fatal disaster for the country by bailing out their friends .One has to now ask questions why this disastrous course was ever taken .This stinks to high heaven and fraud is written all over this action by lenihan and Cowen .
This must stop now and criminal charges must be brought against the architects of this national disaster.
The Full story has still to come out from the Allied Irish Banks and Bank of Ireland again I call on them to come clean on their derivatives positions.
I intend to go to this demonstration to-morrow as
I believe we in the middle ground should be seen and on the ground and we need to become vocal otherwise we will be left behind nobody else will fight our cause and our cause is the peoples cause.
Now more than ever we need to stand united against this blatant attack on our democracy by the political elite and their cronies.
Anybody in Wicklow looking for a lift contact me at e-mail provided before 10.30 29.09.2010
- S&P Puts MONSTER Price Tag On Anglo Irish Bailout, Spreads Widen To New Record, Stocks Tank (businessinsider.com)
- Irish borrowing costs balloon on S&P warning (telegraph.co.uk)
- Anglo Irish Bank downgrade mounts pressure on Ireland (newstatesman.com)
- “Irish MPs finalise fate of stricken Anglo bank” and related posts (openyoureyesnews.com)
- Anglo Irish Bank’s debt rating cut to almost junk status (telegraph.co.uk)