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Wonder what you make of this?

The Irish Government has been ordered by the EU/IMF to impose a property tax on all homeowners within a year.  The controversial annual tax is expected to be announced in December’s Budget — even though it was not in the Programme for Government. The imposition of the tax and the precise timeline for its roll-out are key requirements for Ireland to avail of the EU/IMF EUR 85bn bailout package. And the Department of the Environment confirmed that the tax will rise within a year of being introduced. …

Ireland no longer has any real sovereignty – it is a chattel of EU/IMF and is now ordered what to do. The UK will eventually go in the same direction unless and until we assert the primacy of OUR sovereignty.

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8 thoughts on “BEATING UP IRELAND…

  1. “The Irish Government has been ordered by the EU/IMF to impose a property tax on all homeowners within a year.”

    I will tell you what i make of this, and this goes to all the Irish ‘Celtic tigers’, do as you are told… seemples?

    Celtic tigers my arse, more like mere EU Plebs ! welcome to the club?

  2. So lemme get this straight:

    The Irish Government has been ordered by the EU/IMF to impose a property tax on all homeowners within a year … The imposition of the tax and the precise timeline for its roll-out are key requirements for Ireland to avail of the EU/IMF EUR 85bn bailout package.

    The Irish must accept a tax on their property, by order of foreigners. In exchange, they’ll be lumped with an unpayable (85Billion Euro) debt.

    Gee, I’m sure that’s an attractive deal for someone, but I doubt he lives in the RoI.

    Can we finally agree that not only is the state not your friend, but that the state is the enemy of civil society?

    Ta.

  3. Peter,
    there’s another question following on from your explanations on THE DECAY of the EU
    At 2011.04.02 15:52, Agit8ed said…:
    I think it fits in with this post because in the earlier post you were saying that we need to go back pre Euro…..
    So please look at that question and share your thoughts.

  4. The Irish allowed their (banker-owned) politicians to lump them with the gambling debts of the bankers. If the Irish allow this to continue, then they really do deserve to get what is on its way. Think about this – the visit of the UK’s (equally-treasonous) Monarch provokes all sorts of arguments and threats within the RoI yet the EU/IMF shouts, and the Irish roll over. It’s not just ridiculous: it’s pitiful.

  5. Does anyone think that the EU would not do the same to us if we let them? The EU is not our friend.

  6. Collecting a property tax in the Republic of Ireland will be like a sailor trying to piss up a rope in a gale.

    Many of the Irish will refuse to pay it and government will (as usual) stand around like a bunch of trained chimps with their collective thumbs up their arses.

    150 Years ago the Brits had the only method for collecting taxes in Ireland that was realistic: Don’t come up with the cash and it’s “ZIPPO” time!

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