Mr. Aynsley of Anglo Irish Bank last night hit out at the Green Party’s call for a wind-down of the nationalized lender.
He would wouldn’t he! Nobody likes to have to leave a party in full swing! And he is having a ball at the expense of the Irish taxpayers sitting on a nice fat salary and pension with no pressure to deliver profits.
Disastrous results is the new norm that is expected from his boss the Minister of Finance Brian Lenihan who is an expert at getting his figures wrong .
Any other CEO would be fired on the spot
I would like to know why the greens have now decided to jump ship as it were. with Anglo chief executive Mike Aynsley coming out yesterday warning of “horrendous” results on the way do they know something else that is hidden from the rest of us?
Mr. Aynsley was scathing in his response to the Greens’ comments, saying it was “difficult to understand” “While some of the information is commercially sensitive,(another way of saying we won’t tell you everything least of all the real truth) we are more than willing to sit down with interested parties and take them through it,” he said. “If the Green Party’s Finance spokesman is interested in getting an informed perspective he is more than welcome to meet us,”
Well Mr. Aynsley I’m an interested party along with the rest of the Irish public.
Does your invitation extend to the citizens that have to pay your salary?
No is the answer here again here is some more code
Sources in the bank stressed that it would be “no surprise” if the European Commission imposed some limitations on Anglo’s so-called ‘good bank’
In other words the EU has major doubts about this half-baked idea to Split the bank up
I believe it is an attempt by the boys to dump all the toxic crap onto to the taxpayers of the country and keep themselves in good jobs and run with the choice assets.
In other words good old “asset stripping “to the tune of 10,000,000,000:00 Billion euro
We the public have been lied to from the outset by Brian Lenihan who claimed that the whole Anglo bailout would cost 4.5 billion but so far we are looking at a minimum of 36,000,000,000:00 billion that we know of, but it could be a lot more maybe up to 50,000,000,000:00
The rising cost of rescuing Anglo was partly responsible for a surge in Irish bond yields last week with interest rates reaching highs of 5.9pc.
Another interesting point made yesterday by Minster Ahern was his statement that
“There was no political difficulty with the Greens and indeed Fine Gael as he claimed they were all on board in accepting the governments stated objective for Anglo Irish Bank
So voting for Fine Gael would be a vote to continue the same bailout madness to the top developers and bank fraudsters still sitting on the boards of the corrupt banks.
Now I see why Edna Kenny was so at home, as he crewed around the fairways of the K-club.
Why he is amongst friends and you always look after your friends in the political world .