Irish Referendum to be held on EU Fiscal Treaty

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    And if they dont get it right first time...they can always be made vote again :cuckoo:

     
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    Interesting quote from the Lombard Research report [http://pvv.nl/images/stories/Netherlands_and_the_Euro_-_Full_Report_Final.pdf] wrt Ireland:

     
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    Min. Noonan just announced, in Dail, deal on 3.1 Billion Promissory Note

    On his feet in the last few minutes, thus no link as of yet, Irish Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, has just announced that the 3.1 Billion repayment to refinance Anglo is not to be paid out. The Minister said that it will be paid with a, yet to be agreed, long term Government bond instead, the details of which have yet to be announded. He also intimated that there has been a huge progress in negotiating the remainder of the Promissory Notes.

    A small screed of good news at last :clap2:
     
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    ray of hope?
     
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    The banksters FLEECED Western civilization.

    Now all they have to do is keep a lid on the ire of the population as the inevitable austerity (that must come after such a grand scale SWINDLE) comes into play.
     
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    Well the moment is at hand, the Irish refurendum on the Fiscal treaty is on tomorrow 31/5/12.

    For those with little knowledge how they will vote, this nice vid has been produced:

    Vote Yes for Fiscal Compact Treaty (Ireland) Yes for Jobs
     
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    Well, all the fun and games are over *sigh* what the fukk am I gonna do with all my time now?

    It was a 60% Yes to accept the Treaty - Frau Merkle will be pleased :eek:
     

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