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    Default Some "Recovery" - Irish Unemployment & Under-employment 23%!!!!

    The International Monetary Fund has delivered a tough assessment of Ireland's economic situation, highlighting lack of progress by banks and dangers of the country's debt becoming unsustainable if growth forecasts are missed.
    If involuntary part time workers and workers only marginally attached to the labour force - two groups that registered significant increases - are also accounted for the unemployment and underemployment rate stands at a staggering 23%,



    IMF delivers tough assessment of Irish economy - RTÉ News

    Well there ya have it folks - just a few weeks after Christine was sinkin the Black Stuff - here is the hangover!

    No doubt Govt Shills & stooges will troll this thread trying to spoof it all away.

    Reality however, is starting to bite & bite like never before.

    Quinn getting a roasting of the Teachers, Shatty getting the same of the Gards.

    FG did well in ME but we all know what happened to the other Govt Party.

    The Repos haven't even started - yet there is a great foreboding out there as if they have.

    The Alphabet Soup ESM is now being referred to in relation to Irish Banks but after Cyprus who feels confident about that?

    Some "Stability Treaty" - we're about as Stable as Berlo's heart rate in the Company of young ladies.

    Of course the fault for a lot of this lies with Brian "we are were we are" Cowen.

    One thing is for sure - The Irish People that Cowen was charged to protect are no-where near were him & Ahern are now.

    Whilst they pick through their Menus in fine Eateries, Irish people are picking through their Bills to see which one of them should be avoided 1st.

    In this Easter Week whilst we salute our heroes we must also compare them to the shower of sh1t who brought us to this Abyss...

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    Doom, Doom, Doom! Bad things are happening.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dublin 4 View Post

    Well there ya have it folks - just a few weeks after Christine was sinkin the Black Stuff - here is the hangover!

    No doubt Govt Shills & stooges will troll this thread trying to spoof it all away.

    Reality however, is starting to bite & bite like never before.

    Quinn getting a roasting of the Teachers, Shatty getting the same of the Gards.

    FG did well in ME but we all know what happened to the other Govt Party.

    The Repos haven't even started - yet there is a great foreboding out there as if they have.

    The Alphabet Soup ESM is now being referred to in relation to Irish Banks but after Cyprus who feels confident about that?

    Some "Stability Treaty" - we're about as Stable as Berlo's heart rate in the Company of young ladies.

    Of course the fault for a lot of this lies with Brian "we are were we are" Cowen.

    One thing is for sure - The Irish People that Cowen was charged to protect are no-where near were him & Ahern are now.

    Whilst they pick through their Menus in fine Eateries, Irish people are picking through their Bills to see which one of them should be avoided 1st.

    In this Easter Week whilst we salute our heroes we must also compare them to the shower of sh1t who brought us to this Abyss...
    This can't be right, I mean, I was just informed by 'Mercurial', 'Toxic Avenger' and a couple of others that Ireland is a very rich country that can not only afford to give 700 million away to Africans but should really be giving much more.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dublin 4 View Post



    IMF delivers tough assessment of Irish economy - RTÉ News

    Well there ya have it folks - just a few weeks after Christine was sinkin the Black Stuff - here is the hangover!

    No doubt Govt Shills & stooges will troll this thread trying to spoof it all away.

    Reality however, is starting to bite & bite like never before.

    Quinn getting a roasting of the Teachers, Shatty getting the same of the Gards.

    FG did well in ME but we all know what happened to the other Govt Party.

    The Repos haven't even started - yet there is a great foreboding out there as if they have.

    The Alphabet Soup ESM is now being referred to in relation to Irish Banks but after Cyprus who feels confident about that?

    Some "Stability Treaty" - we're about as Stable as Berlo's heart rate in the Company of young ladies.

    Of course the fault for a lot of this lies with Brian "we are were we are" Cowen.

    One thing is for sure - The Irish People that Cowen was charged to protect are no-where near were him & Ahern are now.

    Whilst they pick through their Menus in fine Eateries, Irish people are picking through their Bills to see which one of them should be avoided 1st.

    In this Easter Week whilst we salute our heroes we must also compare them to the shower of sh1t who brought us to this Abyss...
    The employment figures are highly depressing. How long would it take to get that to a reasonable point if everything went well, even extremely well, probably decades?
    Police ombudsman Nula O'loan - We found collusion on a massive scale, murders, intimidation, directing terrorism, attempted murder, drug smuggling, the list of crimes is endless..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ren84 View Post
    Doom, Doom, Doom! Bad things are happening.......
    Haven't seen ya postin in ages - how are ya?

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    but we are back in the markets...
    i thought everything was fine..
    and house prices are rising again
    dont be talkin down the economy
    will yaa, the foreign lads might get
    scared and rob our bank accounts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dublin 4 View Post
    Haven't seen ya postin in ages - how are ya?
    Ah grand. Clearly things must be or I wouldn't be back here for more doom porn.

    Anyway, as to yer OP. To put it into Deefer speak, things here in Ireland are sweet and sour, ie: bland! Things are slowly improving but the unemployment figures leave a lot to be desired. I guess I'm a glass half full kinda of guy. Come on, cheer up. We might be sh!t at football, pyrite is wrecking the gaff and Tubbs is STILL presenting the Late Late, but.......................


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    Repogeddon Approacheth...

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    The poor old gerries are getting an ear bashing and not liking it. Merkel is also having a go at the paparazzi for peeping at her in her smalls. Euro crisis sparks anti-German sentiments - The Local

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    More "Recovery"...

    There were 12,490 workers from Ireland in Australia on primary 457 visas at the end of February, the latest data show.
    It compared to 8,620 a year earlier, a rise of 45pc.


    Irish exodus to Australia up 45pc in a year - Herald.ie

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