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David Norris attacks the efforts of Enda Kenny to get rid of the senate

category national | elections / politics | opinion/analysis author Sunday July 07, 2013 20:28author by fred Report this post to the editors

David Norris has recently been diagnosed with cancer which he speculated appears to be related to the initial incidence of viral hepatitis which he contracted from tainted drinking water while he was on unpaid Government business in Eastern Europe in 1994. There is much discussion about this online, but this personal situation may have added fire and urgency to his impassioned breathless speech in defence of the Seanad. Here it is. Share it widely.

The Fine Gael government is planning to get rid of the Senate in order "to save money" even though it only costs a few million. Any money saved would be given to the wealthy bankers, bondholders and speculators.

Caption: David Norris calling out European puppet and Irish Leader Enda Kenny


author by davepublication date Mon Jul 08, 2013 23:33Report this post to the editors

The senate was there to keep the government honest,and the voice of the people heard,we will feel the blow of this down the road when the senate is abolished.

author by Eamonn O'Coillea'in - Republic of Irelandpublication date Fri Jul 12, 2013 08:22Report this post to the editors

Irelands Natural resources are owned by foreign Multinational Banks that have the shares in Fossil Fuel, The Irish state had to Bail out the Banks and Bond holders at the Irish peoples future of more cuts to everyday life. All the while these oil companies make Billions in profit every quarter and so do the Banks that own most of the shares, What a one sided world we now live in. Ireland and its people owns its Natural Resources that's what we grew up believing that every Country in the world owns its Natural Resources, So how come Ireland O'l Government gave them away to the Banks TOO...

author by W. Finnertypublication date Fri Jul 12, 2013 09:27Report this post to the editors

Reply to Eamonn O'Coillea'in - Republic of Ireland at Fri Jul 12, 2013 08:22 ...

"So how come Ireland O'l Government gave them away to the Banks TOO..."

In a nutshell:
"Banksters, government corruption, crime, unconstitutional legislation, cover-ups, impunity ..."
http://tinyurl.com/qawd5rv

Related Indymedia Comment:
"Another Ordinary Person's Perspective of The Judiciary ..."
http://www.indymedia.ie/article/102734#comment296603

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