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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Irish Government More Concerned About IMMIGRANTS Than Our OAPs

One in ten OAPs 'face poverty fear'

One in 10 pensioners is at risk of poverty despite a near 50% jump in income levels over a five-year period, according to new statistics.
Official figures showed the gross weekly income for over 65-year-olds rose from an average 289.05 euro in 2004 to 428.86 euro in 2009.
While poverty fell among the age group, the proportion in poverty was 1.1% in 2009, down from 3.9%, while those on the breadline was 9.6%, down from 27%.
The Central Statistics Office said pension payments from the State remained the most significant source of income, well over half in both 2004 and 2009.
But it revealed some senior citizens continue to work for wages, with others were in receipt of occupational pensions.
Campaign groups have demanded the State freeze pension payments in the upcoming Budget to protect the most vulnerable older people, especially those who are ill or live in isolation in poor accommodation.
Elsewhere, the survey on income and living conditions shows that more than 55% of the elderly population were female in 2009 while more than a third lived alone and had the lowest gross income.
Over half were married, with a third widowed, separated or divorced and just 13% never wed.
Some 50% stated they suffered from a chronic illness or health problem while almost 41% of the elderly population were covered by private medical insurance.

IS NORRIS A CHICKEN HAWK? - Paedophiles Who Love Boys (1994)

Irish DJ destroys a Lefty Hypocrite!

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Jobik stand to do well in Hungary election

We Dont WANT Norris "As Our President". DRM Ireland.

"The Panda" Crime Boss Bites The Dust. Good Riddance.

AK47 used on The Panda, say gardai

By Michael Lavery
Wednesday September 21 2011
GUNMEN used an AK47 assault rifle to shoot notorious gangster ‘The Panda’ in Dublin, gardai believe.
Michael ‘Micka’ Kelly was gunned down in a hail of bullets in Marrsfield, Clongriffin, last Thursday afternoon.
He was hit up to six times by bullets from a rifle and handgun – and reports today said one of the gunman used a Kalashnikov, the rifle favoured by IRA dissidents, to kill him.
The Russian-designed assault rifle is the most widely used in the world, carried by everyone from Osama bin Laden to Mexican drug gangs.
The gun can be bought for as little as €300 in eastern Europe, according to Europol, the European police organisation.
Gardai have seized a number of the weapons over the past few months and last year recovered two of the deadly 7.62mm automatic weapons, which fire at a rate of 600 rounds per minutes, in counties Wicklow and Kildare.
The rifle’s 30 shot magazine can be emptied in just a couple of seconds when fired on full automatic.
Two gunmen lay in wait for the gangster nicknamed ‘The Panda’ at his girlfriend’s home.
He was first hit by shots |from a car then his killers jumped out and fired more bullets into him before driving over his body.
His heartbroken family are still waiting for his body to be released.
Last Thursday’s execution is considered the most significant gangland murder in Ireland since Eamon ‘The Don’ Dunne was shot dead last year.

Miscegenation Math. DRM Ireland

Charlotte Iserbyt - Deliberate Dumbing Down of the World

EU: The Destruction of Nationalism

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Pro Paedophilia/Incest David Norris Unlikely To Gain Further Support For Aras Election

The Irish Times - Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Norris unlikely to get enough backers in race

STEPHEN COLLINS, Political Editor
SENATOR DAVID Norris and Dana Rosemary Scallon face an uphill battle in their efforts to get a nomination for the presidency, following the decision of Fianna Fáil not to get involved in the process.
Norris appears to have a better chance than Dana of getting the required support of 20 Oireachtas members but he still has a long way to go to reach the magic figure.
There are 31 members of the Oireachtas who are either Independents or members of small parties – 19 of them are TDs and 12 are Senators.
Four of 19 Independent TDs are out of the equation as they have committed themselves to backing the Sinn Féin candidate, Martin McGuinness.
They are Finian McGrath, Luke “Ming” Flanagan, Tom Fleming and Michael Healy-Rae.
That leaves 27 Oireachtas members from whom Norris can seek support, but at this stage he seems assured of the backing of just 11, eight TDs and three Senators.
The eight TDs who are committed to support Norris’s nomination are four members of the United Left Alliance – Joe Higgins, Clare Daly, Richard Boyd Barrett and Joan Collins – along with Catherine Murphy, Stephen Donnelly, Mick Wallace and Maureen O’Sullivan.
From the Seanad, as well as his own vote he can rely on NUI Senator John Crown and Seán Barrett from Trinity College.
Norris will struggle to get nine more supporters from the remaining 16 available Oireachtas members.
Some of them have ruled out supporting him, some of them will not back any candidate and a number are refusing to say what they will do.
Michael Lowry, Mattie McGrath, Noel Grealish and Shane Ross have declined to support Norris while two more, Thomas Pringle and John Halligan, who initially backed him, withdrew their support in July and have given no indication of reversing their stance.
Séamus Healy is the only member of the United Left Alliance who has not declared what he will do but he has given no indication to date that he will support Norris.
When the seven TDs are taken out of the equation, there are nine Senators left and Norris would need to get the support of all of them to get a nomination.
That appears highly unlikely.
NUI Senators Ronan Mullen and Feargal Quinn are not expected to back Norris.
Of the seven Independent Taoiseach’s nominees, Martin McAleese and Eamonn Coghlan have indicated they will not back anybody while Jillian Van Turnhout will not support Norris.
Some of the remaining four senators, Mary Ann O’Brien, Marie Louise O’Donnell, Fiach Mac Conghail and Katherine Zappone, who supported him in his initial bid, might be persuaded to back him again, but it appears unlikely that he will get the backing of all four.
While some Oireachtas members could be persuaded over the final week, it seems very unlikely that Norris can get the nine extra signatures which he requires.

Red Cabal - The Judaic web of Communism

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Jobbik condemns and despises the Simon Wiesenthal Center

image Sándor Képíró
Jobbik condemns and despises the Simon Wiesenthal Centre for its Sunday morning disrespectful statement issued over the death of the 98 year old Sándor Képíró that was sued for war crimes but the court cleared of all charges.
Jobbik calls upon the Simon Wiesenthal Centre to apologize to the family of the deceased.

We have enough of double standards, as the communist murderers are still among us, yet not them but a 98 year old captain of the Hungarian gendarmerie force has been dragged into the courtroom from his hospital bed; in the mean time, Bolshevik vampire Bela Biszku and his partners in crime who committed horrendous offenses against the Hungarian people in the Kadar era, even today receive top pension and live in luxurious conditions says the Jobbik's statement.

Jobbik is confident that at Képíró's funeral ordinary people will express their respect and sympathy for the man who had to go through a witch hunt in the last days of his life that might have hastened his death.

The Jerusalem based Simon Wiesenthal Center (SWC) that brought charges against Sándor Képíró in September 2006 is deeply disappointed over the death of Sándor Képíró who dared to die before the court sentenced him to jail for war crimes. Efraim Zuroff, the head of the SWC said Képíró's death unfortunately prevented the appeal court to condemn the man and focus public attention to the innocent civilians, primarily Jews, who were executed by Hungarian Nazi collaborators in World War II.

Efraim Zuroff's facebook entry:
“Perhaps the only consolation in connection with the terribly-frustrating news of Kepiro's death before the pending appeal could overturn his outrageous acquittal was the quote from his lawyer that his trial adversely affected his health, a small victory for justice and truth”.

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Monday, September 19, 2011

Gardaí seek missing US woman - Last Updated: Monday, September 19, 2011, 17:26

Gardaí seek missing US woman

Missing US woman Kelly JonesMissing US woman Kelly Jones

Gardaí in Co Donegal are seeking the public's assistance in tracing the whereabouts of a US tourist who has been missing from Kinakillew, Glencolumbcille for two days.
Kelly Jones (41) was last seen at about 11am on Saturday.
She is described as being 168cm in height, with red hair. When last seen she was wearing a green jacket, black trousers and a red or maroon hat.
Ms Jones is currently in Ireland on holidays and is a US citizen.

Anyone who has seen Ms Jones or who can assist gardaí in locating her is asked to contact Glencolumbcille Garda station on 074-9730002 or the Garda Confidential Telephone Line on 1800 666 11.

The financial crash in Iceland in 6 minutes according to ABC´s 20/20.

AFA Ireland. Supporting The Democratic Right Movement.

Anti Fascist Action Ireland 

Marxist extremist Aidan Rowe, Chosen by "Herpes Ireland" To Be Their New Poster Boy.

As you can see the new poster boy  has a serious herpes infection around his nose. Poor Lad.

Stabbing tragedy: Son left care ‘too soon’. DRM Ireland.

Stabbing tragedy: Son left care ‘too soon’

Monday, September 19, 2011
THE family of a young man who is believed to have stabbed his mother to death had tried to have him placed in psychiatric care in recent weeks.
Paul Henry, aged 25, is currently in Garda custody on suspicion of killing his mother, Ann, in Roscommon town on Saturday.

Ms Henry, 47, who up until two years ago had worked as an account clerk for a local chemist’s, had started her second year of a course at Athlone Institute of Technology last Tuesday.

She was found in a collapsed state on the roadway outside her home at Abbeytown housing estate at around 2.30pm on Saturday.

Neighbours called for help but it is understood it took 20 minutes for an ambulance to arrive.

It is also understood the ambulance remained outside the rented house for some time as emergency service staff treated Ms Henry.

They were later joined by additional emergency staff and a doctor. She was later pronounced dead at the scene and her body was taken to Portiuncula Hospital in Ballinasloe. It is understood Ms Henry had been staying at the house in Roscommon with her son, Paul.

It is believed he has spent time in Loughlin House and Castlerea Prison for motoring offences such as driving without tax and insurance.

It is understood he was placed in a psychiatric unit in Roscommon earlier in the summer but was released after three weeks, despite requests by family members that he receive continuing care.

Concerns had been raised in recent weeks about his behaviour. Sohail Butt, a member of the Association of Professional Counsellors, said he was familiar with the case and had attempted to help the family have Paul placed in psychiatric care as recently as the week before last.

"Ongoing care was not provided," Mr Butt said. "He was let out with a prescription and that was it. He refused to take it."

He added that Paul’s behaviour had been "extremely erratic" and that his family had wanted him placed in care, but that would have needed an application made in court. "We never got that far," Mr Butt said.

A postmortem was carried out on Ms Henry’s body yesterday.

Paul is being held by gardaí in Roscommon last night under section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act.

Meanwhile, gardaí were last night stepping up their inquiries into the death of Don Geasley, 42, in Macroom, Co Cork, on Friday.

The unemployed man died after an apparent assault in the town and a man in his 30s who was questioned in Bandon Garda Station was released without charge.

Mr Geasley was originally from Cork city and had been living for the past year at the rented house at Masseytown in Macroom where his body was found.

Gardaí believe he died as a result of injuries sustained in an assault. One avenue of inquiry is that Mr Geasley knew his attacker, and had attended a house party with up to seven other people on Wednesday evening.

Gardaí are appealing to people who saw Mr Geasley in Macroom between 6pm on Wednesday and 10am on Thursday to contact them at 026 20590.

Picture: A garda outside the Henry house in Roscommon.

DRM Demands That ALL Asylum Seekers Be Deported. And Ban Future Asylum Seekers Entry Into Ireland

‘Culture of disbelief’ mars asylum seeker system

Wednesday, September 14, 2011
THE need for radical change to the asylum seeker system as well as a "culture of disbelief" were highlighted by the Irish Refugee Council (IRC) yesterday.
Ms Justice Catherine McGuinness launched the council’s "roadmap for asylum reform", which argues Ireland’s system should be overhauled and follow the example of New Zealand and Britain, where decisions are made in public.

Ms Justice McGuinness said she had seen situations in which "justice has not always been done" in the asylum process, particularly regarding appeals.

She also referred to the "endless stream" of judicial reviews in the courts, while asylum applicants remained within the direct provision system for years.

The IRC highlighted inadequate legal advice at the start of the process, a "culture of disbelief", in which those charged with deciding the merits of someone’s case began with the view that the applicant was lying, and a lack of transparency regarding documents relied upon by the Office of the Refugee Applications Commissioner, but not disclosed to the applicant.

The IRC also noted that decisions by the Refugee Appeals Tribunal are not published, that tribunal members were not independently appointed, and an over-reliance on the judicial review mechanism.

The council said: "The absence of a single procedure for the consideration of asylum and subsidiary protection or leave to remain creates unnecessary delays" while "there is no efficient appeals mechanism to consider asylum and immigration claims".

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Gardai investigate Cork sex attack. DRM DEMANDS Mandatory Chemical Castration For Rapists/Paedophiles NOW - Last Updated: Monday, September 19, 2011, 11:21

Gardai investigate Cork sex attack

Gardai in Charleville have appealed to the public for assistanceGardai in Charleville have appealed to the public for assistance
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BARRY ROCHE, Southern Correspondent
Gardaí in Cork are investigating after a woman was sexually assaulted while returning home from a night out.
The woman, who is in her 60s, was attacked by a man as she was walking home from bingo in Charleville at about 10.15pm last night.
The man attacked her from behind and dragged her into the driveway of a house near the Turrets area. He beat her and sexually assaulted her before fleeing.
The woman made her way on to the road where she flagged down a passing motorist who brought her to Charleville Garda station. She was later brought to South Infirmary Victoria University Hospital for treatment at the sexual assault unit.
Gardaí cordoned off the scene and officers are today carrying out a technical examination of the scene for forensic evidence.
Detectives believe the woman may have been hit with an implement as she suffered severe head injuries in the attack.
They have issued the description of the attacker as being in his 20s and wearing a hoodie and jeans.
Gardaí in Charleville have appealed to the public for assistance and asked anyone with information to contact them on 063-81222.or at Mallow Garda station on 022-31450.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Norris Supports Paedophile Information Exchange.

Norris’ support for a pro-pedophile organization in the 1980s called the Paedophile Information Exchange. Norris was a founding member of the International Gay Association in the 1980s and passed two motions.

“One called for the abolition of the age of consent, whilst the second called for an international solidarity campaign on behalf of the Paedophile Information Exchange.

“At the time of the letter, members of exchange were being prosecuted for ‘conspiracy to corrupt public morals’ over ads that appeared in a magazine that were alleged to have promoted indecent acts between adults and children.”

The report continues “One letter [from the International Gay Association] seeking support for the exchange, dated May 13, 1981, said: ‘PIE is an organization set up in the ‘70s with two aims: to provide a counseling and support service for isolated paedophiles, and to campaign against the legal and social oppression of paedophilia”.

Norris the Vile Pro Paedophile/Pro Statuary Anal Rape of Young Boys Now Running For President Yet Again

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Jew Judge Judy Humiliates George Galloway. FUNNY

Almost 100,000 lost asylum seekers may never be traced. DRM Ireland.

Almost 100,000 asylum seekers lost by the shambolic immigration service may never be found, the head of the department revealed yesterday.

Almost 100,000 asylum seekers lost by the shambolic immigration service may never be found, the head of the department revealed yesterday.
18,000 asylum seekers are still in the UK despite being told they should be removed Photo: PA
Officials have been unable to trace one in five of the 450,000 forgotten asylum cases meaning they could remain in the UK forever.
The so-called legacy backlog of cases that were never completed was first discovered five years ago, with some dating back to the 1990s.
The Home Office promised to go through every file by the end of this summer.
That target was met but only because officials have concluded they cannot find 98,000 of them.
A further 18,000 are still in the UK despite being told they should be removed, Jonathan Sedgwick, the acting chief executive of the Border Agency, told MPs.
Critics have accused the Home Office of effectively running an amnesty that will see hundreds of thousands of people stay indefinitely in the UK.
The Home Office admitted in 2006 that a backlog of up to 450,000 files had built up. John Reid, who was home secretary at the time, promised to clear it within five years, by this summer.
Following the exercise, more than one in three have been told they can stay, mainly because the time it took for the Home Office to deal with the cases meant they had been in Britain so long they could argue their human rights would be breached if they were ordered to leave.
Only eight per cent, or 37,500, have been removed and another 18,000 are still awaiting removal, some because they committed offences while forgotten and have been subjected to criminal proceedings.
And 98,000 have now been placed in a “controlled archive” which means there is little chance of them being traced.
The rest were either duplicates or errors in the case files.
It means tens of thousands of asylum seekers who may have no right to stay in Britain may never be found.
In a letter to the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee, Mr Sedgwick said: “The Agency is actively managing around 18,000 cases which have been caseworked to the furthest possible point but barriers to their removal remain, such as ongoing litigation, impending prosecution, incomplete legal or criminal proceedings, non-compliance or because they are from difficult to remove countries.
“These cases are being actively caseworked and will be concluded when those barriers have been lifted.”
Sir Andrew Green, chairman of Migration Watch UK, said: “This is a shameful piece of history and hugely expensive to the British taxpayer.
“It must never be allowed to recur.”
A UKBA spokesman said: “We are improving the asylum system across the board, clearing the backlog of claims, bringing down costs and resolving cases more quickly.
“We have also made improvements in processing the significant number of legacy cases; where we have had difficulties tracing individuals with outstanding claims we have checked their details against 19 government databases including benefits and driving licensing databases and placed them in a controlled archive."

Sean bean puts a big mouth black man in his place

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Moscow bans DIRTY PERVERTS March again! LMFAO.

Russian Nationalists protest against gang of Muslim child killers.

Russian Skinheads attack anti racism festival

Nationalist Russian's Taking No SHIT From Immigrant INVADERS. DRM Ireland.

Jews and the Opium Wars. DRM Ireland.

Lithuanian killer of pedophiles flees country

R.I.P. Drasius Kedys. DRM Ireland

HERO Drasius Kedys is murdered. DRM Ireland.

Irish UnitedLeftAlliance TD-defends Norris' support of child rapist.

Monday, September 12, 2011

Welfare fraud initiative unveiled. No Doubt That Will Be The MAJORITY Of TW Immigrants. DRM Ireland

Welfare fraud initiative unveiled

Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton speaks at the launch of the fraud initiative programme today. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish TimesMinister for Social Protection Joan Burton speaks at the launch of the fraud initiative programme today. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times
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DEAGLÁN DE BRÉADÚN, Political Correspondent
Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton today announced a welfare fraud initiative which aims to achieve savings of €625 million next year.
Central to the scheme is a detailed fraud control plan placing greater emphasis on inter-agency co-operation at national and local level.
“Social welfare fraud is often perceived as a victimless crime. But I am conscious that it undermines public confidence in the entire system as well as being unfair to other recipients of social welfare payments and taxpayers and legitimate businesses,” Ms Burton said.
Other aspects of the initiative include greater presence of social welfare inspectors on the ground, targeting sectors where fraud is more likely to occur and examining new ways to recover overpayments.
It also proposes examining increased penalties for those operating in the hidden economy and greater liaison with employers on labour market trends.

Minister Burton on the new Fraud Initiative

Europe On The Brink

After a week that saw $2.5 trillion wiped off global stock markets, European policymakers held a series of emergency conference calls on Sunday to discuss the twin debt crises in Europe and the USA that are causing market turmoil, and stoking fears that the Depression might actually affect some members of the plutocracy (e.g. bondholders).

Because Spain’s and Italy’s economies are in severe trouble (i.e. overloaded with debt), yields on Italian and Spanish debt (i.e. bonds) have soared to 14-year highs. That’s great for investors, but they hold $2.57 trillion worth of Italian bonds alone, which is 120 percent of Italy’s national output. Hence Italy is already bankrupt, and must inevitably default. Spain will too -- in which case investors will end up getting less than they expected.
To continue servicing those bonds, Italy must pay out so much that Italy is due to run out of cash by the end of September. Italy's funding requirement this year is larger than the entire stock of Greek debt. (England is also bankrupt, since its debt is three and half times its GDP, but England is not part of the EU monetary union.)
Therefore investors (bond holders) are demanding that the European Central Bank bail them out immediately by buying their Spanish and Italian bonds. (The media portrays this as “rescuing Italy,” but only bondholders get rescued. The Italian masses will be crushed.)
The ECB is in a bind. If it bails out investors by buying their debt, then the ECB will dump that debt onto the Spanish and Italian masses in the form of slashed social programs and mass privatization binges (i.e. “austerity”). The ECB is not sure it can get away with this. If the ECB goes too far in screwing the masses, it will crash Italy’s economy (the eighth largest in the world), which would threaten the entire EU monetary union. Four out of the 23 ECB governing council members, including powerful German Bundesbank chief Jens Weidmann, voted against the bond purchases. ECB chief economist Juergen Stark and the Dutch and Luxembourg central bankers also apparently dissented.
However, if the ECB does not bail out investors by buying their bonds, then that too could destroy the monetary union (and thus the ECB’s power) since Spanish and Italian bonds will become so down-rated that Spain and Italy would be locked out of the EU market.
In Germany, Angela Merkel may exhaust her remaining political capital if she throws more taxpayer money into buying European debt.
The ECB is not even sure it has the resources to bail out investors. To bail out the holders of Italian bonds alone, the ECB would have to pay them $2.57 trillion, plus interest. Doubts are growing in the German government that the European Emergency Fund can come up with that, even if the fund were tripled in size. The European Financial Stability Fund currently has 440 billion euros, but Italy alone is $2.57 trillion in debt (plus interest).
(The ECB could come up with the $2.57 trillion by printing money, but that would cause hyper-inflation, which again would threaten the EU monetary union.)
Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has promised the ECB that he will screw the Italian masses with whatever “austerity” the ECB demands, no matter how savage. He says he will balance Italy’s budget by 2013, a year ahead of schedule.
This is absurd! Berlusconi is proposing to pay the ECB that $2.57 trillion (plus interest) within two years via “austerity,” but when he slashes social programs, lays off workers, and privatizes all, he will destroy Italy’s economy, making it impossible for Italy to ever pay back even a fraction of that $2.57 trillion (plus interest) to the ECB. Thus, default is inevitable.
So the ECB is desperately playing shell games and screwing the masses as it tries to buy more time. The ECB purchases more and more debt while imposing more and more austerity on the impoverished masses. Soon Europe will break.
The ECB enjoyed the godlike powers bestowed on it by the EU monetary union, but now it is having to buy so much debt, and impose so much “austerity” that the entire monetary union is verging on collapse. The Center for Economics and Business Research calculates that there is an 80 percent chance that the euro will not be in its current form in ten years’ time.
One possibility is that Europe will split into a two-bloc system with two different euros. Germany, the Netherlands and Finland will form one bloc, with all other EU members in the other bloc.
No matter how it shakes out, Wall Street will have to pay out trillions in insurance (e.g. credit default swaps) that it sold to investors. Those losses will be dumped onto the U.S. masses in the form of draconian “austerity.”
Hence we are only at the beginning of this Depression.  Even if Italy were to tell the ECB and bondholders, “Our debt is null; we’re leaving the EU,” the US masses would still be screwed, because US banks will still have to pay on insurance claims.
Western nations have accumulated too much private debt that cannot be repaid unless there is exceptional global growth – but there can be no growth with “austerity.”
As the Depression deepens, the only way that Western governments will be able to keep their nations together is via another world war, since this will allow Western governments to institute a command economy. During WW II the U.S. government took power over the Fed (sort of), ordering the bankers to create money as needed for the war effort. The bankers consented, since the war made them rich, and they knew that their loss of control over the Fed was only temporary. They put the USA into massive debt for the war, but after the war, the U.S, government still had enough authority to institute huge programs (e.g. highway construction) that created enough jobs for the government to pay back the bankers. As a result, the USA had a genuine middle class for 25 years.
Who will be the “enemy” in the next world war? Obviously Iran, Syria, and Venezuela will be attacked, but large-scale wars tend to take on a life of their own, such that it’s difficult to say whether Russia or China (or both) will be lumped together as the “enemy.” Moreover, the big military contractors have moved so many of their factories overseas that it’s difficult to predict how the alliances will shape up. And don’t get your hopes up that we will all get jobs in armaments factories. This will not be like WW II, when most US factories were in the US.
We could avert all this by ending the wars and having a public central bank, and letting the investors / bond holders (i.e. big banks) eat their own losses such that they perish. But that won’t happen. We’re stuck on this ride all the way to the end, wherever that may be.
Don’t despair, though. That won’t change anything.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Woman attacked and robbed praying at parents' graveside. What kind Scum are these people?

By Barry Duggan
Thursday September 08 2011
A WOMAN has been attacked, assaulted and robbed while she prayed at her parents' graveside in a new low by thugs.
The horrific attack took place at Mount St Laurence cemetery in Limerick city and gardai are attempting to trace three assailants who are responsible for the crime.
A garda spokesman described the incident as "a particularly cowardly crime" and said they were appealing for the public's assistance.
The 45-year-old woman, who is from Co Limerick, was alone as she visited her parents' grave in the city cemetery last Friday.
At 5.30pm, as she was standing at her parents' grave, she was approached by three men who were all aged in their 20s and wearing hoodies.
Immediately, they started hitting her repeatedly with a weapon -- suspected to be a riding crop -- and stole her handbag.
The beige handbag contained a Nokia C1 mobile phone, a Kodak camera, a silver Armani watch, reading glasses, €40 in cash and bank cards. The culprits then fled in the direction of Bengal Terrace.
Anyone with information on the incident should contact Roxboro garda station, Limerick, on 061-214340 or 1800-666-111.
- Barry Duggan

Latest Mortgage Arrears Data show 7.2% of Mortgage Accounts in Arrears. DRM Ireland

 Press Release 29 August 2011

The Central Bank today publishes the latest data on mortgage arrears and repossessions for the period ended June 2011. The figures show that 7.2% of private residential mortgage accounts are in arrears for more than 90 days.
At the end of June 2011 there were 777,321 private residential mortgage accounts held in the Republic of Ireland to a value of €115 billion. Of these, 55,763 accounts, or 7.2%, were in arrears for more than 90 days. This compares with 49,609 accounts (6.3% of total) that were in arrears for more than 90 days at the end of March 2011. 
The figures also show there was a total stock of 69,837 residential mortgage accounts that were categorised as restructured at the end of June 2011. This compares with a total stock of 62,936 restructured accounts at the end of March 2011. Of this total 39,395 are not in arrears and are performing as per the restructured arrangement. The balance of restructured accounts (30,442) have arrears of varying categories (arrears both less than and greater than 90 days). Therefore, 95,158[1] accounts are either in arrears greater than 90 days or have been restructured and are not in arrears as at the end of June 2011. Arrangements whereby at least the interest only portion of the mortgage is being met account for over half of all restructure types (52%)[2].
During the quarter ended June 2011, mortgage lenders applied to Court to commence proceedings to enforce the debt/security on a mortgage in 209 cases comprising arrears totalling €7.2 million built up on loans equating to €60.2 million. 201 court proceedings were concluded this quarter of which the Courts granted orders for possession/sale in 124 cases. The 77 cases where no orders for possession/sale were obtained included 36 which were settled by renegotiating the term and/or other conditions of the mortgage.
173 properties were taken into possession by lenders during the quarter, of which 54 were repossessed on foot of Court Orders and 119 following voluntary surrender or abandonment. These 173 repossessions compare with 140 repossessions that took place in the quarter ended March 2011. A total of 56 properties were disposed of during the second quarter of 2011. Mortgage lenders held 809 repossessed properties at the end of June 2011. There have been a total of 886 repossessions since this quarterly report commenced in September 2009.
Director of Consumer Protection, Bernard Sheridan, encouraged consumers struggling with mortgage repayments, or those who fear they will fall into difficulty, to make contact with their lender as early as possible so that they can benefit from the protections offered by the Central Bank’s revised Code of Conduct on Mortgage Arrears. He said: ‘The earlier you make contact with your lender the more likely you are to come to a manageable solution. The figures at the end of June 2011 show that lenders have agreed arrangements with their customers on almost 70,000 accounts.’

Ireland’s national debt is set to hit €173billion . Democratic Right Movement Ireland.

BOI economist predicts growing debt burden

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Ireland’s national debt is set to hit $248 billion by end of 2011
Ireland’s national debt is set to hit $248 billion by end of 2011

Ireland’s national debt is set to hit $248 billion (€173billion)  by the end of 2011 according to Bank of Ireland chief economist Dan McLaughlin.

On Friday the Irish bank’s economic research unit published its monthly review of international and Irish markets.

McLaughlin said that Ireland’s gross national debt stood at $157billion (€110billion) at the end of 2010, $129 billion  (€90billion) represented by Government bonds.

"The net figure, which takes off cash balances, was $133 billion (€93billion), and it is this figure, further adjusted for liquid assets held by the National Pension Fund, which the IMF monitors as part of the current Irish programme.

"The EU prefers a broader definition of sovereign debt, however, called general government debt, and on that measure the Irish figure amounted to $212 billion (€148billion) or 96% of GDP, with the difference largely due to the $44 billion (€31billion) promissory notes for the state-owned banks," he said

The economist pointed out that the Department of Finance had predicted Ireland’s debt ratio to rise to 99percent this year and to peak at 103 percent in 2013, but now the forecasts say 111percent, rising to 118 percent.

"In cash terms, the debt total is forecast to end the year at $247 billion (€173billon), or $35 billion (€25billion) higher than 2010, reflecting the Budget deficit and some €10bn to cover the costs of additional bank recapitalisations," he said.

These figures represents  every person in the State owing $55,470 (€38,696).
McLaughlin pointed out that Ireland’s debt ratio is now above the Eurozone norm of 85 percent and that several other European countries had also witnessed a substantial increase in debt.

"Germany’s ratio has risen from 65% to 83% in the past four years," he said.
Recent developments mean that Ireland’s debt burden may now peak at a higher level.

"The level of GDP over the next few years is now expected to be lower than previously thought, and forecasts for real economic growth have also been revised down for this year and next.

"The department has halved its 2011 growth forecast to 0.8% (and as such now similar to our own 0.5%) and expects 2.5% next year, from an original 3.2%.

"The net result is that the general government deficit this year is now expected to be higher than projected last December, at 10% of GDP, instead of 9.4%, with the 2012 deficit also revised up, to 8.6% from 7.3%," he said.

Monday, September 5, 2011

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Labour/Left Have Well And Truly BETRAYED The Unemployed And Working Class.

CUTS in social welfare and a widening of the tax base will form part of December’s budget, Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore has said.
“There is no doubt social welfare spending has to come down. Joan Burton has already done a huge amount of work on addressing the area of welfare fraud and overclaiming,” he said in an interview with the Irish Times.
“She gave the Government a briefing last Tuesday on the very significant progress she is making on it. In addition to that there is a whole welfare reform agenda that is being pursued. Expenditure has to come down. There is no doubt about that. That will be done,” he said.
Mr Gilmore emphasised the unity of the government parties in facing the economic crisis and said that the government was committed to getting the deficit down to 8.6pc in 2012 and would stick to that target.
“I am under no illusions that we have some very difficult days ahead in terms of decisions that we have to make. But we have to be clear in our heads what it is we are doing and what we are doing is leading a process of recovery,” he said.
The Labour party parliamentary party annual meeting was taking place today.
- reporters

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