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Let's hope so indeed..... of course the rules state that Ireland cannot be forced to take the money, however the EU seem more concerned that if they don't take it, it may well wreck Spain, Greece Portugal etc.

 

I would reckon that Ireland will be forced to take the money regardless of what they say because that is the bullying way the EU works.... look at the previous referendum results to proove that one!

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It's got worse Baz: Ozzy Osbourne is offering to bale them out with UK funds, as our Banks are over exposed in Ireland's debt; this, despite the fact that the Euro zone has a fund (and a responsibility), as well as the contingency held by the EU. But, as Georgie says - "we're all in it together"! :roll:

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Its all about control. Ireland want to get through the crisis using their own resources. The EU masters (France and Germany) want Ireland to accept the help being "offered" to them so that they will be in hock to the EUSSR to such an extent they will toe the line for the forseeable future. If you look at the press reports the Irish are downplaying the problems but the Germans in particular are trying to frighten the markets by talking the problems up. As for the UK, we are the cash cow as usual. Lets get out of this fraudulent union. :evil::evil::evil:

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It's got worse Baz: Ozzy Osbourne is offering to bale them out with UK funds, as our Banks are over exposed in Ireland's debt; this, despite the fact that the Euro zone has a fund (and a responsibility), as well as the contingency held by the EU. But, as Georgie says - "we're all in it together"! :roll:
Wow, not so much Gravy Train, as Crazy Train eh? :wink:
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A touch of paranoia going on here :!:

 

British banks bought crap dept of the Irish banks, If the Irish banks go down they will take the UK banks with them, Mr Osbourne has no choice but to help the Irish out. The propaganda about Germany is just that propaganda, Goebbels himself would have been proud of it.

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Its all about control. Ireland want to get through the crisis using their own resources. The EU masters (France and Germany) want Ireland to accept the help being "offered" to them so that they will be in hock to the EUSSR to such an extent they will toe the line for the forseeable future. If you look at the press reports the Irish are downplaying the problems but the Germans in particular are trying to frighten the markets by talking the problems up. As for the UK, we are the cash cow as usual. Lets get out of this fraudulent union.

 

More alarmist claptrap :roll::roll:

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Its all about control. Ireland want to get through the crisis using their own resources. The EU masters (France and Germany) want Ireland to accept the help being "offered" to them so that they will be in hock to the EUSSR to such an extent they will toe the line for the forseeable future. If you look at the press reports the Irish are downplaying the problems but the Germans in particular are trying to frighten the markets by talking the problems up. As for the UK, we are the cash cow as usual. Lets get out of this fraudulent union.

 

More alarmist claptrap :roll::roll:

 

and more naive ramblings from our resident Euro collaborator

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