no events match your query!
no events posted in last week
Finally, Germany Is Talking About Deutschland EU Exit - Dexit 22:57 Apr 21 0 comments
The EU in 2019 – the Problem of Survival 18:42 Jan 11 0 comments
The publication of a damning report on Ireland’s public services was delayed by EU until after polls... 06:50 Feb 27 2 comments
People's News - No. 139 7th Feb 2016 22:58 Feb 10 0 comments
Peoples News issue No. 110 Date: 21 – 9 – 14 22:01 Oct 01 1 commentsmore >>
Public InquiryInterested in maladministration. Estd. 2005
Robert Watt complaint: Time for decision by SIPO Anthony
RTE in breach of its own editorial principles Anthony
Waiting for SIPO Anthony
Formal complaint against Robert Watt Anthony
RTE bias complaint Anthony
Human Rights in IrelandA Blog About Human Rights
UN human rights chief calls for priority action ahead of climate summit Sat Oct 30, 2021 17:18 | Human Rights
5 Year Anniversary Of Kem Ley?s Death Sun Jul 11, 2021 12:34 | Human Rights
Poor Living Conditions for Migrants in Southern Italy Mon Jan 18, 2021 10:14 | Human Rights
Right to Water Mon Aug 03, 2020 19:13 | Human Rights
Human Rights Fri Mar 20, 2020 16:33 | Human Rights
?Vaccines Have Been Pulled For Much Less?: Dr. Aseem Malhotra Makes Waves in Australia Renewing Call... Thu Jun 08, 2023 13:00 | Will Jones
Just Stop Snake Oil Thu Jun 08, 2023 11:00 | Toby Young
Pablo Picasso, Hannah Gadsby and the Science of Names Thu Jun 08, 2023 09:00 | Dr James Alexander
What Settled Science? Decades of Research Only Widen Guesses of Temperature Change Thu Jun 08, 2023 07:00 | Chris Morrison
News Round-Up Thu Jun 08, 2023 01:06 | Jonathan Barr
Voltaire NetworkVoltaire, international edition
CIA aware of Ukrainian plan to sabotage Nord Stream since June 2022 Wed Jun 07, 2023 16:06 | en
Global warming and the confrontation between the West and the rest of the world,... Wed Jun 07, 2023 06:05 | en
The reorganization of the Russian armies, by Thierry Meyssan Sun Jun 04, 2023 06:16 | en
Thierry Meyssan, leading geopolitical analyst on the Internet worldwide Sun Jun 04, 2023 04:44 | en
United States massively violates citizens' right to private life Sun Jun 04, 2023 04:24 | en
New County Wexford Chairman of Sinn Féin: 'No' to "Permanent Austerity Treaty"
wexford | eu | press release Wednesday April 25, 2012 10:51 by Oisín Ó Conail - Wexford Sinn Féin New Ross, Co. Wexford 086-2397192
The new County Chairman of Wexford Sinn Féin has called for a no vote to the so-called "Fiscal Compact" Treaty in the upcoming referendum - (formally, the intergovernmental Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance in the Economic and Monetary Union). Oisín Ó Conail, a farmer and recent economics graduate from Foulkesmill, was elected the new Chairperson of Sinn Féin in County Wexford, at a Comhairle Ceantar meeting in Enniscorthy last Tuesday night. Mr Ó Conail said his first duty would be to help lead the County Wexford campaign of opposition to what he terms ‘the Permanent Austerity Treaty’.
The Permanent Austerity Treaty is a cookbook; and your jobs, your businesses, and your livelihoods are what's on the menu. This is economic cannibalism on a national scale. It formalises us as a generational debt-servicing machine. Solely to protect the financial fictions of the European monetary and banking system. To bailout the same European system for the problems it caused by a 'one-size-fits-Germany' monetary union.
View Comments Titles Only
Comments (7 of 7)Jump To Comment: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
That giant sucking sound is a huge mass of Labour voters being hoovered up by the Sinn Fein and independents camp as Labour's opinion poll numbers plummet.
No wonder! Sinn fein are the only party left that look like they might stand up to the eurocrats on this treaty and all the other austerity measures attacking the living standards of the poor and reducing them by an estimated 26% while those of the top 5% INCREASE by 8%
This insane permanent austerity treaty will finish Labour for years. Rightly so. Good post. VOTE NO!
Tiocfaidh ar la.
..once again become the pink condom on the blue flute of FG riding us roughshod up the (E)S&M bondage valley of debt.
Half a league, half a league, half a league onwards
CAP in hand they steal the land
By stealth from Nice to Lisbon
Spinning out the barbed-wire lies
They fence your children outwards
From fishing stocks to corporate sharks
All to the heart of Europe
Beneath Swiss Alps they store the scalps
Of others screwed before us.
A wee nursery rhyme for the times that are in it.
Feel free to edit and adapt(it may be the last whiff of freedom we get before the grapeshot).
ESM=Extractive Siphon Mechanism.
Sinn féin may claim to be opposed to austerity, so why then are they implementing austerity against hundreds of thousands of people in the North?
would sinn féin care to comment on this?
The situation in those 6 counties is similar to what it will be in the other 26 if we allow the Austerity Treaty proper (the vehicle), as well as the ESM funding treaty (the fuel); Ireland north and south will be reduced to essentially administering only those funds we are so granted leave to by institutions and powers outside the island.
As I understand it, SF in the 6 has done it's best to manage the money actually available to it despite the cuts enforced from outside the country. This is why the sovereign powers of a nation - currency, taxation, budgets, deficits and so on, are so vital in remaining under the control of the people most effected by them.
You should consider the limitation on choices that have been forced on the North from outside, indicative of those that will be forced on the rest of the country if we allow these treaties to pass.
No, Oisin, you should 'consider the limitation on choices that have been forced on the North from outside' its called British Imperialism, which your party is complicit with. Occupiers/imperialists always need local collaborators, and in this case its sinn fein.
Not only is sinn fein party to Austerity but it administers a statlet that tortures and Interns people. these are the facts. Can you dispute these facts? be my guest.
My last line wasn't clear: you should consider the remnant of the British Empire's continuing limitations put on the North _to_be_indicative_of_ what will happen to he rest of the country on a perennial basis. I am presuming you would think that is a bad/worse situation than even what happens now - & that is the actual topic of this particular article.
Following a series of unanswered telephones calls, myself is voting NADA. No.