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The current Irish Government are responsible for the financial disaster the country is in,
With the establishment of NAMA the Government is trying to socialize the enormous losses that the Banks and their Developer buddies have encored.
Corruption is rife and now a new monster burocratic system is being created, where X politicians will have jobs for life and the same corrupt developers will be able to manipulate the housing market all over again
While the people are being robbed of their homes, savings, pensions, and education for their children, that same gangsters are running the country
This has to stop!
Join the CAB to-day and get things moving
Come on! Get active in your own area now!
We as a country need new faces and not the same old tired faces that have being around using the system to suite themselves.
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according to the press association Tanaiste Mary Coughlan (calamity Mary )has vowed to deliver on plans to create more than 100,000 new jobs from foreign investors. IDA Ireland aims to lure hundreds of overseas firms over the next four years, with more than half to be based outside Dublin and Cork. The target was included in an estimate by Fas and the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) that 250,000 extra jobs would be generated by 2015.
Now that is 20,000 jobs a year for the next 5 years right? Calamity wants to deliver, wrong!
What will happens is this, 65,000people will emigrate
Plus we already have 500,000 now unemployed and in 5 years time we will have a minimum of another 250,000 jobs going from these shores
Of 50,000 new workers coming from the various educational instustions every year with no jobs to go to and with the economy contracting because of the credit crunch that will have to continue at least for the next 10 years.
I can’t see what difference this promise will make. When the last time a politician’s promise was was actually delivered on?
Never baring in mind this minster sat back and allowed 800 jobs disappear that we know of!
Cuts at the national training budget at FAS, (and I have personally experienced this).
Ever since she became minster two and a half years ago, we still have no jobs stimulus and the unemployed are thrown on the scrapheap
This is the last person we should rely on to kick start the jobs market!
we want action on Jobs now and not empty promises!
it’s time for the unemployed to unite under one banner and create a union for the unemployed
get up and take action to-day!
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Languishing on the Dole for the last 12 months and not in receipt of any payments (because I was self-employed) I heard about this program, and thought I would go down to the local FAS office here in Wicklow Town and enquire about this possibility for myself!
As usual I was met with the usual courtesy .The FAS officer reminded me that they were always available, no appointment was necessary and we got down to business
I wanted to know if there was a possibility I could take advantage of this program.
Cheerfully she informed me I would be eligible for this program (now we are getting places I thought!)
Then out of the blue I was told that whilst I could theoretically get a placing for up to nine months in a company, I would be working without pay for those nine months.
As I am not in receipt of any payments from the department of social welfare or FAS itself.
I would not receive any funds from these state bodies nor would I receive any payment from the company I was working for!
So we have now reached the bottom in the Irish labour market, forget the minimum wage, with the new changes to the FAS rules at the last budget in December.
Brian Lenihian now expects the unemployed to work for nothing!
The sense of injustice is just sickening, as I have worked all my life and paid my taxes and yet I see people who have not contributed to the state collect payments!
It’s almost a crime to be Irish in Ireland now! FAS may not have any more money to pay
For the training and up skilling of the unemployed as a result of their incompetence
And questionable financial practices.
I appeal to the minster concerned to ratify this obvious abuse of the Unemployed and I call on all TD’s to demand that this practice be immediately revoked
I particularly call on the local TD’s for my area, to publicly show their support for the unemployed of Wicklow and support this petition.
Liz McManus TD firstname.lastname@example.org,
Joe Behan TD email@example.com
Andrew Doyle firstname.lastname@example.org
Billy Timmins email@example.com
Dick Roche firstname.lastname@example.org
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Reply from Michael Kennedy, TD
On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 9:15 AM, <Michael.Kennedy@oireachtas.ie> wrote:
RE: FAS Course
Thank you for copying me with your email of 05/11/09 to An Tanaiste Mary Coughlan T.D. To enable me to load up your file in our computer, I would appreciate if you could advise me of your home address.
Michael Kennedy, TD
Thank you for your reply,
There is no sense in having me and countless others languishing on the scrapheap
We need to retrain and re-educate in order to be contributing to society and not be a burden on same.
FAS courses must have real prospects of having Jobs at the end of them!
Where are the Lisbon jobs that were promised???
Where is the stimulus for Jobs?
62,000,000,000; 00 Euros for the Banks
And a fat 0 for jobs creation and up skilling!