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Past Daze
April 3, 2011

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Dreadful news all round this week practically everywhere. Even Charlie Sheen went down a damp squid last night on the opening night of his one man army to truth tour when hecklers began leaving after only 15 minutes. Tough crowd or just an ill advised move on Mr. Sheen's part? Sadly, it's beginning to look like the latter. Euro Crisis, Ireland's Crisis, Middle Wast Crisis, North African Crisis, Ivory Coast Crisis, Japanese Crisis ... it's like there's no break from all the doom and gloom around the place. The news yesterday that a PSNI ofcer was murdered as he set off to work in Omagh was a story we don't need playing out on our screens. The Irish people, north and south, made their minds up on that issue many years ago. It was a proud time in our history, a time when people put the past to one side in the hope of a better tomorrow for those who followed a peaceful path. For a time it looked like it was all going to work out dandy. That didn't quite work out, as we know, but there is no greater time to put on a united front, as Irish people, regardless of creed. Dissidents continue to demonstrate they are still active, but they do their ill, not for Ireland or for her people. That day is gone and although some may try, one would hope the will for peace on both sides of the border remains as strong as ever. There are more important issues at hand, and that's how we handle the mess we are in as a people. There's much promise on these shores and further aeld. We just need some people now to start putting the pieces of the jigsaw together. One feels that's challenge enough without having to worry about dissident action whatever side that may come from. With all that's going on around the world at the moment I guess it shouldn't be any great surprise why Ireland shouldn't get her fair share of tough times. I guess we are. This may be a time for a leader of note to come to the fore. I hope Enda Kenny is up for the task. It's not a ship I'd like to be steering. Other people's realities however seem far worse than ours here in Ireland. They are obvious when placed in groupings that have bonded tribes and tribes of people since the dawn of human existence. When races of people are left to suffer after the rages of dictators or Mother Nature. Humanity may need to do a spot of therapy on itself and the sooner that happens, the better chance Charlie, and the rest of us, have a chance to start winning again. In some real terms.

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The Rearguard
April 6, 2011

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Last week two protesters down at the Corrib oil eld in Mayo were manhandled and arrested as they lmed in the area by members of the Gardai. They were put in cars and driven to Belmullet Garda Station. The camera, which was conscated, was carried in another Garda car. Unbeknown to the Gardai, the camera was still running and recorded them joking and laughing about the arrests and making offensive jokes concerning deportation and rape. The two protesters were released and it was only later they discovered that the camera had recorded everything. Gardai have launched an investigation and the claims have met with widespread dismay, though one would have to question the quality of news reporting on this when it comes to the mainstream - but that's another issue. This isn't the mainstream. If you don't highlight what's wrong you can't x it. I use my unemployment to that end most days to ll in the time gap and although at times advised to tone it down a little, I can't see how doing that would benet anyone around me that I hold dear. Last night I took a trip into Dublin and on my return I was tuned into a late night talk-show. The incident was the subject of debate and one caller dismissed the episode as just a bit of a laugh and a bit of banter between the Gardai. Deluded or what? Every one of us are capable of a bit of banter. Some people derive kicks from going to stand-up shows where anything is on the cards in the name of 'laughs.' I'm open to a laugh, believe it or not, but rape is not a subject I'd choose to go into in order to get a cheap laugh. The fact that it involves members of the ruling classes makes it appalling altogether. Corrib will never be renowned as a place where Gardai are held in high esteem after their previous heavy-handed tactics when dealing with protesters at the oil site given away by the State to oil mongers. The Pipe documentary expose on the Corrib pipeline, which has been received with International acclaim goes deeper into the debacle that has been taking place down there since 2006. Ireland, a small nation, hundreds of billions in debt, is sold out by 81 men and women to international forces who now call the shots here in Ireland. Previous politicians were compliant in the handing over of the Corrib gas eld, estimated worth, 420 billion to Shell oil. It makes absolutely no logical sense and with the new government now going back on electoral promises to 'burn bondholders' and continue with the failed Fianna Fail policies of austerity, it seems that Ireland turn back in on itself may continue for a time yet. Ireland has a new ght to take on, and that's how we reclaim our sovereignty and stop this pillage of everything we hold dear. Let those who gambled get on with their losses and let those who didn't get back to life. Likelihood? Blah...

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The Bailout Club


April 7, 2011

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As predicted back in November, Portugal has stuck out the hand and joined The Bailout Club. It's an interesting scenario, considering the government in Portugal fell apart after they failed to implement their own austerity measures. Now their new government, still unelected, will have to deal with the people as the measures are shoved down their throat by those who run the Universe's biggest casino. The UK have a scal decit of over 9% which is much higher that Portugal and Spain's. Yet the UK can continue to borrow from the bond markets at a rate of 3.6%, while Portugal is driven into the open arms of the ECB by the sharks. Mystied? Me too... The Eurozone and the single currency and those who drive it need to start thinking now. A new 'mechanism' needs to be dreamed up. One that appeases the spreading unrest which is never carried by the mainstream, but still allows for giving people money and being able to take most of it back off them. Some say that's what makes the World goes round. I call it legal slavery. In Ireland of course it's a little different. Our problems stems for shysterism and corruption in the higher echelons. They truly lost all control of themselves. What the hell, I can't see anyone doing a Madoff, can you? If one was a conspiracy theorist there may even be a line of thought that the whole thing is a measured game of dice where the top-tier roll six every time and the rest of us don't get to roll at all. When you see the way governments have behaved here for the past 20 years, and with no sign of change from the newbies it might not be as far off the mark as you would think. Why the hell would a national government bailout nancial sharks at the expense of their own citizens? The ECB raised interest rates by .25% today, adding further misery on cash strapped men and women in Ireland. Perhaps I should say Cashless. With almost fty-thousand householders already in arrears and more just meeting interest payments, this rise will further add to Ireland's next big disaster. A sovereign default is on the way, it's unavoidable and by the end of it, the Irish taxpayer will be down 100 billion, because bondholders, guaranteed or otherwise need to have that cash back.

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Nooner Nonsense
April 8, 2011

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The latest meeting of the important people in Finance took place in palatial surroundings in Budapest today with the focus on the Portuguese Bailout. It's conditional of austerity being rammed down the throats of their civilians. Shoe-in so... The Spanish were there saying they will be ne, but we have all heard that one before. Michael Noonan looked like he was enjoying himself, the issue of a lowering on the interest rate for the loan to bail out the gamblers remains off the table, with Nonner suggesting as he builds relationships with his fellow Finance Ministers good news could come by June. Didn't take them long to hit the stride with the Europeans, in fact, their opening engages with them even outdo the previous abomination. I reckon we'll get a slight reduction eventually, but don't be surprised if it comes with an increase in our Corpo tax which currently stands at 12.5%. It's good to be a Corporation. The bottom line is Ireland is doomed once we play ball with the jet-set. Never thought I'd see the day we would be sold out by our very own. Whatever lies in the underbelly of politics the world over in their guidance on issues is seriously disturbing. The Department of Finance came out today and said that serious cuts needed to be made in Social Welfare and in Education. Little feelers as we move into the middle part of the year. Expect to be hit - and hit hard soon in a variety of ways. We might have another little sing song later in the year on O'Connell Street and boo a Trade Unionist or two, but let's face it, it's unlikely to make a blind bit of difference. It was revealed yesterday that the death of Rachel Peavoy early in the year was put down to misadventure. I wrote about Rachel before. She froze to death during the cold snap after her heating was switched off. A group has been launched on Facebook to demand a public inquiry. A Dil debate today said that suicide and self-harm cases are rising. The gures were already catastrophic. I wonder was Brian Clown or the rest of the ones we ran out of ofce out for a round of golf in that sunshine today? Wouldn't it be lovely to be retired so young with the State taking great care of you for leaving your mark on Ireland by bankrupting it. Different strokes for different folks, I guess. Going to drive west tomorrow to take a look at the Atlantic Ocean. See if I can't conjure up a little spirit from somewhere. Wish I didn't have so much time on my hands either to have to write about the events of the day. A good paying job could sort all that out. Maybe be placed in charge of a little fund of some description to make a few lms or woe betide, a Seanad seat imposed on a commoner by Mr. Kenny himself. Not likely Booker!
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Iceland Day
April 10, 2011

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Iceland went to the polls yesterday to decide whether to pay back the UK and Dutch governments money they reimbursed savers in their countries who lost savings when rogue online bank ,Icesave, went belly up at the start of the Financial Crisis. It was the second time the honourable, intelligent and courageous people of Iceland have said 'No' to bailing out the losses of gamblers within the high ranks of Finance. I'm glad that the savers didn't lose out. American savers were not so lucky when Bernie was swindling his billions. The UK and Dutch governments are now intent on suing Iceland through some world courts I have absolutely no clue about. Not sure where it will go from here. Invasion perhaps? The sum, less than 4billion, is loose change when compared to the astronomical gures the Irish have been subjected to. We won't be given a choice of course. The government of the day wouldn't trust us with making such an important decision. Why there is a decision to be made at all is beyond me. I read a fellow Facebooker ask today if her losing bet on the Grand National would be reimbursed to her because she lost yesterday. For me, it hits the nail on the head. It's what is being allowed to happen here. We are being screwed right, left and centre, bailing out gamblers who are held to no account. I sometimes wonder why Icelandics stand together and quell injustices but we remain rather stagnant on the issue. We are a rebellious enough race of people, yet it would seem that we are going to take all that has been ruthlessly forced on us since we had our own belly-up. I'm sure the Icelandics will sleep sound tonight. As will I. Super weather all weekend, half moon in a clear spring night, stars a glowing in the sky. As I close another 'blog week' there are ve tied for the lead down the stretch on one of Earth's natural pieces of art. It's Iceland's Day, and as Rory falls behind on the turn in at Augusta National, even if he wins, he won't be able to take that from them tonight. As they say in France, Libert, galit, Fraternit! They should be proud. Image
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Article 45
April 12, 2011

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So, what's the joke of the day? Yes, you've guessed it. Brian Cowen's bro, Barry, being made Spokesman for Social Protection in Mickey Martin's new front bench which he announced today. Plenty of jobs for the boys now with so many to go around and so few to choose from. And not a woman between them. Hardly contemporary is it? Joan Bruton V. Barry Cowen. I suspect Joan will win that one hands down. I think Fine Gael have found a new chief spin doctor in Brian Hayes and one would suspect that tonight's appearance on Vinny Browne will be one of his last. Not that he won't be invited on, but at some stage as this crisis goes on and on, I'm sure his Party elders will pull the plug on Vinny just like the Failers did with their hierarchy. Burning bondholders? No more money into the banks? Reduction in the interest rate? There's a few more, but why bother? Bottom line is that the promises Fine Gael made as they swept to power are slowly eroding away with each passing week of their tenure. I wonder how Labour will stand when it comes to the time discussions are held into how much to further implode the standard of living of the ordinary-Joe-soap. The disgusting pay paid to the top tier in this country who 'serve' us throughout a host of state bodies is obscene when you consider the misery placed on people here over the past two and a half years. This has to stop because more and more people are wising up to the fact that they have been shafted time and time again by those they trusted with putting their best interests at heart over the course of the current Dil. There are exceptions to every rule, but one feels those out to do some good with that trust, don't have much of an ear when it comes to dealing with their parties 'important people' or our European and IMF overlords. Equality in society has been the goal set out in many a countries constitution. Its promise has set many a revolution on the road, launched many a political career and been the foreword to many a speech. Yet we never get there. We never even get close. Even countries who would have a genuine interest in the welfare of their citizens fall short. Here in Ireland the best words of our constitution have been largely ignored and we failed miserably in any attempt at closing the gaps between the many tiers of our divided society. Often failures of epic proportions. First the Church and now the State. A State is run by people and there the blame must lie, but as citizens if all is fair in love and war, then perhaps those who put them there must shoulder some of the blame. Men died for these words.

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DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF SOCIAL POLICY Article 45 The principles of social policy set forth in this Article are intended for the general guidance of the Oireachtas. The application of those principles in the making of laws shall be the care of the Oireachtas exclusively, and shall not be cognisable by any Court under any of the provisions of this Constitution. 1. The State shall strive to promote the welfare of the whole people by securing and protecting as effectively as it may a social order in which justice and charity shall inform all the institutions of the national life. 2. The State shall, in particular, direct its policy towards securing: i. That the citizens (all of whom, men and women equally, have the right to an adequate means of livelihood) may through their occupations nd the means of making reasonable provision for their domestic needs. ii. That the ownership and control of the material resources of the community may be so distributed amongst private individuals and the various classes as best to subserve the common good. iii. That, especially, the operation of free competition shall not be allowed so to develop as to result in the concentration of the ownership or control of essential commodities in a few individuals to the common detriment. iv. That in what pertains to the control of credit the constant and predominant aim shall be the welfare of the people as a whole. v. That there may be established on the land in economic security as many families as in the circumstances shall be practicable. 3. 1 The State shall favour and, where necessary, supplement private initiative in industry and commerce. 2 The State shall endeavour to secure that private enterprise shall be so conducted as to ensure reasonable efciency in the production and distributionof goods and as to protect the public against unjust exploitation.

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4. 1 The State pledges itself to safeguard with especial care the economic interests of the weaker sections of the community, and, where necessary, to contribute to the support of the inrm, the widow, the orphan, and the aged. 2 The State shall endeavor to ensure that the strength and health of workers, men and women, and the tender age of children shall not be abused and that citizens shall not be forced by economic necessity to enter avocations unsuited to their sex, age or strength.

Some great words there. If only we had the calibre of man who helped write them among us today, I wonder just how great our little island nation might have been. Before we sold it off rst chance we got. Very sad for a nation of so few, and fewer to come, as a generation braves the outside world in search of a future.

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Quinnless
April 14, 2011

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The rags to riches story of Sean Quinn turned back to rags today when pariah Anglo Irish Bank called in the receivers and removed Quinn and family members who continued to serve within the group. Once Ireland's richest man, Quinn amassed a multibillion euro fortune. The speculative entrepreneur started humbly when gravel was found on land he owned. It was perfect timing as the Celtic Tiger roared. Quinn went into everything from Property to Insurance and Glass. It is a spectacular fall by any accounts within the world of big business. These may be dark days for Quinn who has combined debts of close to 4 billion. There may be darker days to come when the DPP has nished sorting through the mess that is Anglo Irish Bank and the controversy over share dealing within the bank the bankrupted a nation. I'd denitely question the timing of this move. All jobs within the Quinn Group were said to be safe by Michael Noonan today, who also added he felt sorry for Quinn. Quinn will always hold some favour, particularly in the border counties, but alas it does appear his business life may be over. But stories are never ended until the words The End are written. Derek Quinlan also felt the wrath of the receivers today when NAMA went after nine luxury properties the developer owns in some of Dublin's most expensive areas. NAMA were not convinced with plans Quinlan had set out to repay the agency money it is owed. I don't think Nooner made a personal comment. Brave men who risked it all and almost won. But getting in to deep with any bank, and there is only going to be one winner in present day society. That's just the reality. 'Financial Terrorists,' as Max Keiser calls them. On a bright note Bank of Ireland only posted a loss of 950 million last year. Things may be looking up!

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Booker In The Bounty


April 18, 2011

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The quaint Bounty Bar in Trim, Co Meath played host to the launch of Booker's World yesterday afternoon. I was glad to see that invitations to the political elite were not responded to. It's one thing letting a character of the times have his say, but some writers prefer the cut and trust world of ction and the stories that come from that to striking home the big decisions that affect us all. So Bertie, the two Brian's, Enda, Ming and even Boyler - I forgive you. On the pubs walls are pictures of famous Irish Writers and photo's and documents of lm and historical importance. It's just one little area of a beautiful little Irish pub and a place worthy of any book launch. The owners have long been supporters of my efforts whether it be writing or something more visual, as indeed have others. It's good to be part of a place where business has been a supporter of the Arts for as far back as I can remember. I was glad to see a good turnout, one can never be sure with new things. It was nice to see so many friends again all gathered in the one place. Much thanks to Gerry Tully. Gerry was the person who prompted me to write the book in the rst place. He played some music after he strained his vocal cords reading a chapter from my scribblings. Thanks also to Ray Dolan for all his invaluable assistance throughout the process. Thanks also to Cllr. Trevor Golden who ofcially launched the book for me. Your kind words were very much appreciated. Thanks to Enda Casey and Chad 'Corscadden' for taking photographs and to Billy Wilson for being a great host. There's much work that needs doing now if its ever to spread its wings and get that readership that every writer wants. They say that you only ever get to write one-rst book. If I get to reect someday on a small body of work, Booker's World will always be the one I'm glad I wrote rst time out and I reckon it will always be the one that I hold closest to me. But reection on any body of work rst requires that body of work, so I guess I better get cracking...

Thanks everyone who showed up yesterday and for helping to make it a great day. 'Humbling,' I think they call it.

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Pay Off
April 18, 2011

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Don't let any person, ctional or otherwise, tell you that Ireland has changed since the new government came to power. I think events over the past few days have kind of told us that. Continuing on with the failed policies of the previous government, the aptly named Moody's Credit Rating Agency downgraded Ireland's credit rating to Junk. Ireland should not feel to bad, its citizens are either in the same category or fast getting there. There will not be to many loans granted in the time to come because there simply is no money. Not only were we saddled with the debt of crazy bankers, we also offered to pay back nancial sharks to the tune of 35 billion not even covered by the previous governments decision to implement a jolly old state guarantee which has ruined the country for decades to come.Of course Moody's are going to do that. I mean the same clowns that landed us in the mess are still high in banking circles in this country or hiding out in America. And what do we do with those we manage to run from their posts. Yes, you've guessed it. We send them off with 3million in their arse pockets. That's tax payers money. To a former chief executive of a bank who recently posted 12 billion in losses. A bank you and I own. A bank that may someday be coming after your home and your possessions. Rotten thing to be doing to a shareholder, isn't it? At least some of us were lucky not to have actually bought shares when she was on the up and up. If it were my decision I'd have wound it up. It's not the rst time its been at the centre of controversy. The taxpayer has bailed this institution out before in 1984 at a cost of 400 million. Loose change compared to the total today. And yet we'll prop it up, which does beggar the question, just how much will it be next time around.What's going on here mirrors what has been going on Stateside? The main players who destroyed the lives of millions still run the show. Take an hour or two and watch Inside Job and tell me it's not a mirror here. Sure, every calamity has a patsy, a fall guy, a guy not smart enough to cover his tracks. We still await to see who that will be in Ireland. With no accountability, they are for the most part free to continue on their merry way, free to continue to shaft anyone left, right and centre at will with no-one to answer to. Of course Mickey Noonan will come back from Brussels one of these days with a new interest rate on the Bailout loan. Maybe even an extension to the fund too, just to tide us over. And they will paint it like they are the heroes of our time for the lowering. And it will be their turn to say 'we've turned a corner.' And they'll continue to blame the previous incumbents. At some point lads, you'll have to stand on your own to feet. It's then you'll be found out. We think we've had impact, I suggest we haven't seen nothing yet. Airport anyone?
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Rock N. Roll Writers


April 28, 2011

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The thing about having more time to do what you want to do is you notice little things you may not have noticed before. Now, I'm no weather buff, thank feck, but I'm pretty convinced that this is the third April in a row where the weather has been pretty damn good. I am nearly positive that any heatwaves we have had since Ireland went under have fallen in the spring months, followed by rainy Summers.

So having learned that when the Sun does decide to appear in warm form, it's best to make use of it and tan the scalp. I haven't done any writing in the last few days. Instead, it's been a lot of multi-tasking and trying to t in that tanning as well. True to form, I expect the rest of the year to wash us out of it, based solely on observations, so I reckon there will be plenty of time to write.

I'm reasonably pleased with the reaction to Booker's World so far. For me, I write in the hope my work will be read and perhaps might mean something to people someday. I'm not excessively bothered how or at what speed that readership builds up, but it certainly feels like a weight off my shoulders to have the book done now. That's the thing about the Internet and blogging, if you set out to do something and you write about it, it kinda makes one have to nish what they set out to do. Pity the damn thing was not about 20 years ago!

Over the last 18 months I've built up friendships with a number of other writers and also readers. Over time I will send copies of Booker's World out to them. To date it has managed to venture to Ruffec, France, Fresno, California and Denver, Colorado. I got the picture below sent to me over the weekend from France. Bit of a world tour going on. If Rockers can do it, why not writers?

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Godfathers
April 30, 2011

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So what's the craic around the Emerald Isle these past two weeks? I've tuned out for the most part. Working on possible emigration kinda has my focus at the minute. There was the election of the new Seanad, where continuing pay-laden positions of a political non-event are given out. With no general public input. Coupled along with the Taoiseach of the days favourite people outside of Dil Eireann getting their handy shift too, I haven't heard anything of signicance since I tuned out. It's almost like Ireland has gone a little quite of late. Maybe it's all the Bank Holidays of late or the Royal Wedding of yesterday, who knows? Dan Boyle lost his seat, which is a little pity. I'd have liked him to stay. Number 1 we work well together, and number 2, he does engage with people, no matter how they choose to engage with him. You can't say anything like that about other politicians, who dabble in social media to 'be hip.' At best most won't answer any questions, at worst you get banned for asking anything at all. Enda of course could still appoint him if they are secret mates, but should that fail I have it on good advice that his account of time in governance is under way. He did say he wouldn't be claiming an artist tax-exemption unlike Bertie, but I'm going to lobby him in the future months to take the taxbreak and invest it in the Indie Film scene here in Ireland. The Godfather of Indie. Coming from Chicago, who's to say he wasn't born for it, and the past three years were just one bad dream. I tuned into Vinnie Browne last night for the Friday night light-heart, where four stiffs and David McSavage were being hosted. Had to switch off after half an hour. Just isn't the hell I had tuned in for, which is always when Vincent is at his best. When he's unleashing hell or going after taoisigh on his 'running taoisigh out of ofce' Irish Tour. That's way more fun than watching generic spiel from damp squids. We've the Queen to come in May along with Barack Obama to add to this feeling of good sweeping the land. You know, the one being fed to us in the mainstream. Yet, the real news is you can't leave your house these days but you'll be stopped and checked on many things. Speeding. Car tax for roads that really have to be driven on to be believed, they are that bad. It's so good to see my county in a Champions League spot when it comes to craters in the road. In places it almost feels like the Americans were in on a sortie. Insurance, Customs and even the Social Welfare are out now at checkpoints that seem to be everywhere now. Feels to me like if authority concentrated on some real crimes like the ones inicted on the ordinary people of this country for a change, maybe then the mainstream may be able to sell the Ireland we all want to the World. But no, you're a criminal if you haven't car tax or do a nixer, but bankrupt a country and you can continue on your merry way.

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That's why Ireland isn't so great a place to be right now. Double standards that do nothing but grow greater divisions among the populous. Bit of the good old, Divide & Rule. You'd have to wonder where Ireland really would be as a society if it were not for the great work done by thousands of Volunteers across the land. You'd think any competent government would be driving a society forward so that maybe someday governance will only be a word whispered by drunken men who tell horror stories in side alleys to pass the time. But no, it is almost like governments the world over are driving society another way. Like they want society to collapse altogether, for whatever end. In my view, in many places, they add nothing to the equation. If the same efforts were put into keeping a generation from emigrating or lowering the suicide rate we might have something to be proud of instead of having to squeeze our sporting stars for a taste of National pride. There's rain on the way. Summer will soon be here. Then the speculation on the budget. Then the budget itself. Then... Well, that's anyone's guess, isn't it? Image

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This ebook series is a comment on issues in Ireland and abroad. It is covered in real-time against the backdrop of what is really happening in Ireland at this time. The series cover events as they happen through the eyes of the ctional Don Booker, an unemployed recluse as he attempts to write himself through his personal woes and an Ireland in decline. The novel, Booker's World is separate from this series of ebooks, though both worlds do cross at certain juncture as the months go by. An ebook version of the novel is now available. All ebooks in this series may be used for reference and may be distributed freely once adhering to Creative Commons License and crediting the author.
With cuts to depression & addiction services being implemented in Ireland, please consider these when making a charitable donation in the future.

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Also in this series 5 Days in September Deathly Quotes November Nightmares Absurdities Purjurious Times Forgetful Directions Chill Dark The Loaded Taoiseach Independence International Mutha-F*ckrz The Cost of Living Last Daze The Artful Dodger Planet Bonkers
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