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This is very important please listen to the posted link

category national | rights, freedoms and repression | other press author Friday November 27, 2009 22:44author by Guerilla Blogger 86 Report this post to the editors

Every Irish citizen NEEDS to hear this!

On the 25th of November 2009 on the Ray D'Arcy Show on Today FM, Ray and his co-hosts said that 'people' should stop playing the "BLAME GAME" in Ireland and just move on. However by the next show the following day (26 Nov '09) a woman by the name of 'Majella' had emailed them with a responce to this topic. I was working at the time, I actually stopped what I was doing and I couldn't believe what I was hearing, it was unreal. I ask you to listen to this 'pod cast' and above all keep an open mind. The link is posted below....

p.s. What you don't get to hear is the "Collector Generals" explanation which isn't much good as a responce to this email... you also don't get to hear the tongue lashing he got from Ray D'Arcy nor will you hear about the Collector Generals update of progress of investigation into this case today. You'll understand all of this after you have listened to the attached link; this will only take 6 minutes of your time, so please listen to it the whole way through!!

Thanks.

Please listen carfully to this Link!! Ray D'Arcy's pod-cast; Majella's email: http://audioserver.todayfm.com/audio/majellaemail.mp3
This is important please listen to it and try to draw the attention of others to it!!

Thank you.
Guerilla Blogger 86
(try to ignore the wierd pseudonym)

Related Link: http://audioserver.todayfm.com/audio/majellaemail.mp3

http://audioserver.todayfm.com/audio/majellaemail.mp3

Majella

author by Concernedpublication date Sat Nov 28, 2009 00:36author address author phone Report this post to the editors

James connolly was right
Only the accents of the landlords have changed.

I cannot believe this kind of thing is happening here while the bankers get bonuses and the corrupt politicians continue to get paid ridiculous wages for implementing this kind of lopsided regime

Anglo Irish will never loan one cent to struggling viable businesses like the one mentioned in this clip, yet we bailed them out for billions. Something is deeply wrong here.

author by sean citizenpublication date Sat Nov 28, 2009 03:24author address author phone Report this post to the editors

After listening to the broadcaster reading that out all I can do by way of response is to quote the Irish line of poetry:-

mor mo naire, mo chlann fein do dhiol a mhathair

(Great is my shame; my own family has sold their mother.)

Did the broadcaster comment apologetically after reading Majella's sad story?

author by A McCabepublication date Sat Nov 28, 2009 09:13author address author phone Report this post to the editors

This is the people's reward for hard work. How can those bailiffs and Gards hold their heads up? May the devil grab them by the back hair and shake them till they have a tender conscience.

author by Chrissiepublication date Mon Nov 30, 2009 17:46author address author phone Report this post to the editors

They will do anything if they think they can get away with it; we already know their rotten hearts. All the Irish People's gas in Corrib Field that went for a song would come in handy.....

 
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