Indeed. Nonetheless it’s all simply a matter of who you chose to be brainwashed by really
No, and I hold no currency.
I get the feeling it’s a matter of who you chose to be brainwashed by…
Even if I am wrong about most things I appear to be right about the Cut and paste!
Reminds me of the old saying “Visit the Empire before it visits you”
You are rarely wrong … in your own mind. Not a bad thing either.
You probably missed the very well hidden “Even if I am wrong about most things” in my post. Must be the Rose-Coloured RTE specs.
No - that’s exactly why I used the phrase. You need to keep up my friend.
That post applies more to your good self than you realise!
From the publicly available Oireachtas register of members interests:
Land:…(1) Sandymount, Kilgarvan, Co. Kerry: private house; (2)
Gortnaboul, Kilgarvan, Co. Kerry: 5 acres of farmland:
farming; (3) Gortnaboul, Kilgarvan, Co. Kerry: 5 acres of
farmland: farming; (4) Gortnaboul, Kilgarvan, Co. Kerry:
service station, yard & surrounds; (5) Gortnaboul,
Kilgarvan, Co. Kerry: rear of store plus access to
Limewoods est; (6) Coolougues, Kilgarvan, Co. Kerry:
100 acres farmland and forestry for farming and forestry;
(7) Coolougues, Kilgarvan, Co. Kerry: 2 farmhouses for
letting purposes; (8) Top of Cross, Kilgarvan, Co. Kerry:
house for letting purposes; (9) Pinewood Estate,
Killarney, Co. Kerry: house for letting purposes; (10) The
Courtyard, Killarney, Co. Kerry: apartment for letting
purposes; (11) Bridgefield, Killarney, Co. Kerry: house
for letting purposes; (12) Kilmurry, Kenmare, Co. Kerry:
house for letting purposes; (13) Castlelough, Killarney,
Co. Kerry: house for letting purposes; (14) Brockgrove
Island, Co. Limerick: student accommodation; (15)
Pound Road, Castleisland, Co. Kerry: house for letting
purposes; (16) Castle Street, Tralee, Co. Kerry: for letting
purposes; (17) 14 Ballymullen, Tralee, Co. Kerry: house
under renovation at present; (18) 15 Ballymullen, Tralee,
Co. Kerry: disused public house, subject to a planning
Article bang on the money. Varadkar a CAUC.
It does indeed.
Great article,and the numbers about to be dumped onto the streets give us more of an insight as to why the FG worker ants in the media have dived on the Roscommon eviction in an attempt to condition people into believing that it is wrong to oppose the nice people at the bank.
PAY YOUR FÚCKING BILLS…Unless it is in the billions,that’s ok, you are one of our own.
Seeing 60% of those polled would vote for parties whose policies have led to thousands of people being homeless is pretty depressing.
They are being brainwashed.
Yeah by #campaignforcuntyballs political bullshit propaganda machine
WHAT A HASH TAG!!! #MeToo!
Good piece, bit simplistic but from the heart of it come many spokes, such as why 10 years after the crash kicked in for Ireland, neither our country nor the EU has used/succeeded in the opportunity to generate a change in the way we structure our accommodation situation overall so that we are more ‘democratic’ and have a better organised and efficient system. Basically, the will and the ability don’t seem to have been there. And that’s another aspect of some the overall major issues facing especially European countries the last 10 years or more, and the fallout from Ireland’s era of plenty and greed and sham.
Fixed that for you