This morning I read over the wires that the Green Party Members are now having second thoughts about the proposed “NAMA”
I have being writing about this preposterous piece of legislation for the past few months and It is
Very disappointing that the Greens of all people would take so long to come around to the notion that this con job on the Irish public is for one unconstitutional leageliey suspect!
But most of all it is downright fraudulent to expect that they could palm off these huge debts on to the ordinary Irish public , the very victims of these Bank crooks and despot Developers !
To the Greens I say Listen to the Grass roots; the people are not going to take this blatant attempt to saddle them with the debts of the ruling elite!
It shouldn’t take a Supreme Court judgement to tell you that this is wrong!
Stop this NAMAMANIA NOW!
Will no doubt be looking around to-day and the next few weeks to see if he can get some suckers to buy his NAMA Crap !
Well done Mr.
Chief Justice John Murray
The Irish Supreme Court rejected Liam Carroll’s last-ditch attempt to save his property empire
The ruling that could trigger a fire sale of his assets and puts a question mark over the Governments plan to rip off the tax payer by paying over the odds for Mr.Carroll’s worthless assets
The court’s decision to uphold an earlier ruling from the High Court means a receiver will give the job of off loading Carroll’s assets, from hotels to houses, in a knockdown sale that will drive down the market price of property before the government’s “bad bank” is up and running.
The Government had plans to transfer property loans with a nominal value of 90 billion Euros to a state-run “bad bank”
But “The Supreme court concluded that the petitioner had not established that its strategy for the orderly disposal of key assets of the company was credible or reasonably viable,” Chief Justice John Murray said in a written judgment.
The ordinary people of Ireland can justifiably to-night say a big thank you to the Supreme Court for demonstrating their independence and they can be proud in the knowledge that they did the country justice by not allowing a corrupt government and financial system rip off the people of Ireland
Carroll must face up to his own problems and pay his own debts and not expect the hard pressed people of Ireland to pay for his mistakes !