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Kenny should apologise to Greek PM for Noonan’s remarks – Gerry Adams

Sinn Féin Leader Gerry Adams TD has asked Taoiseach Enda Kenny if he will apologise to the Greek Prime Minister, for Michael Noonan’s false claim that Greece’s Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis was being replaced as his country’s chief negotiator with the EU. In a … Continue reading

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Gerry Adams : Kenny and Noonan not acting in Ireland’s interests in Europe

Speaking after a rally in solidarity with the Greek people at Leinster House this afternoon Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams said the Irish Government has taken the side of the EU elite and the ECB against the interests of the … Continue reading

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Matt Carthy: Comments by Noonan in advance of Greece Discussion a “Disgrace”.

Sinn Féin MEP for the Midlands North West, Matt Carthy, has criticised remarks made by Minister Noonan in advance of an emergency euro zone meeting today in Brussels where a debt write-down for Greece will be discussed. Speaking from the … Continue reading

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Nessa Childers MEP calls IFSC lobbying group ‘an unelected cabal of civil servants and financiers’

Media Release (nessachilders.ie/news) 8th August 2013  Nessa Childers MEP calls IFSC lobbying group ‘an unelected cabal of civil servants and financiers’ The Independent MEP for Ireland East, Nessa Childers, has called for complete openness and transparency about the operations of … Continue reading

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Bail In Bank Heist Coup In Progress for All Eurozone

Bail-In Bank Heist Coup D’etat Bank resolution for the imminent failure of the entire Eurozone’s banks  was “debated” today, May 14, at the EU Finance Ministers meeting in Brussels.The debate focussed on what degree of bail in could be agreed … Continue reading

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Gerry Adams Accuses Government of ‘Huge Mistake’ on Cyprus

27 Mar (Sinn Féin News)   Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD has accused the government of making a huge mistake in initially supporting the demand by the EU that all bank depositors in Cyprus should be levied while allowing … Continue reading

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Evans-Pritchard: “Brave Ireland Is the Poster-Child of EMU Cruelty and Folly”

  4 Mar.2013 (LPAC) The Daily Telegraph columnist Ambrose Evans-Pritchard slams the phony EU “success story” lie about Ireland, writes that Ireland is the victim of European Monetary Union “EMU cruelty and folly. While the Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan … Continue reading

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Sinn Fein:Noonan is “a modern Trevelyan”

Noonan “a modern Trevelyan” – Cllr. Mícheál Mac Donncha January 6th, 2013 – Dublin 5 — Míchéal MacDonncha Finance Minister Michael Noonan has been described as a modern Trevelyan for condemning Irish people to poverty and emigration in pursuit of … Continue reading

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Ireland bid for Guinness World Record for most expensive bank bailout

Ireland bid for Guinness World Record for most expensive bank bailout December 17, 2012 by namawinelake At last, we have a credible excuse for the delays by this Government in securing a debt deal which would ease the burden of our … Continue reading

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Noonan-Schäuble meeting: No clarity on bank deal as issue parked till 2013

» John Hedges An Phoblacht Editor ‘The German Finance Minister was asked on a number of occasions to state whether he believed a deal on the legacy debt was possible or desirable. On each occasion he declined to comment’ WE’RE … Continue reading

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