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Irish journalist leave Bankers speechless!

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posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 02:31 AM

He completely destroyed the banker, he was shaking like a dog poo'in razor blades...

Just wanted to let ya'll see this pOWNAGE

posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 02:37 AM
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That was fierce.

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posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 02:47 AM
That was a little thing we call Hot Air followed up by Denial. Not pwnage on any level.

However, all of this could have been averted if people kept their money in *community banks* rather than large national or multinational banks. Keep your money in your socks, in your mattress, in your floorboards - not in banks! If they have it, you don't. Keep that in mind in the future.

Start movements for receiving your pay in cash. Pay your bills in cash. Remove banks from the system. They crept into this position when they realized that it was convenient for us, but bankers are by nature greedy and we have fed that trait in them until we created a horrifying monster. The credit institutions grew out of the awareness of our weakness. *We* must take responsibility and bring these monsters down with our own actions now. Get rid of your bank accounts and get rid of your credit.

Our society must change now. We must be that change.

posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 02:48 AM
Always lo to see one of the "talking heads" get taken down a few notches.

posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 03:09 AM
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that happened a good few weeks ago.

Just this week the Irish have been told by Olli Rehn "pacta sunt servanda"! (honour your commitments an obligations)

the quy is qiving orders in latin now.

this is what happens when you don't control your journalists.

the irish have been told to shut up and hand over the money.

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posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 03:16 AM
That was Vincent Brown. One of the very few Irish journalists with any credibility left.
Ireland is f**ked, and for no damned good reason (plenty of bad, contrived and scandalous ones).

Meanwhile everyone is tangibly more miserable, the chemtrail spraying continues unabated
and we now, as an island, have 100% water flouridation.

Everything needs to get bursted up badly pretty quickly and
These bankster gangsters need to go f**k themselves!

This is a war against us, against us all.
And wars need to be fought!

Germany is in power again! (This time alongside their UK and US powerbroker counterparts).

It is all a contrived plot by a very, very few.
We are strong, and are very, very many!

Fight NOW Eire, before it's too late!

posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 03:24 AM
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Nice.. well said, and is certainly the feelings of most Irish people..

But I have to say, he asked "why" .. and I'll tell you "why" the Irish have to bailout banks that have no relation to them, to insure European bond holders and international stake sharers .....

You joined the European Union.

And because you joined the European Union you deserve everything that happens to you.

posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 03:28 AM
Amazing...they had nothing to say, other than an attempt at deflecting from what's being being asked. We need more journalist like this guy asking similar questions, and INSISTING that these fraudster psychopaths give the proper answers.

posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 03:42 AM
... finance that you banker stooge.

Ballsy fella, I wish the AMERICANS had balls like the Irish and actually stuck it to their corporate criminals!

posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 04:32 AM

posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 04:52 AM

Originally posted by Agit8dChop
... finance that you banker stooge.

Ballsy fella, I wish the AMERICANS had balls like the Irish and actually stuck it to their corporate criminals!

The Irish are not so ballsy! Quite the opposite in fact!
We fell (distractedly and silently) for the BS, just like everyone else!

Now we are limp and sterile as a people, unwilling to engage and un-inclined tp act.
It doesn't bode well. For anyone!

posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 04:56 AM

.. but im yet to see an American say it how it really is to one of their corporate masters!

as for the irish well... that video speaks for itself.

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posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 09:05 AM
wtg EIRE

keep sticking it to the man - maybe someday the curtain will come down.
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posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 09:13 AM


posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 09:16 AM
That is what I love about the Irish.

He stood his ground and didn't give a damn who he upset. His message and his concern were no different just because his question was not well received. Sheer determination to the truth, never abandon what is just.


It is a question the whole world can ask about their individual nations. Why on earth don't people ask that in our countries. Do we not have a single journalist whose only bias is to his people and not his bosses or his bosses friends?

Irish journalism is not dead at least. This man deserves a beer.

posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 10:56 AM
i really dont get the stupidty being shown on this thread.

at this moment Ireland is being hammered under austerity measures.

on top of all this every household is being ordered to pay 100euros before the end of this month, 31st MARCH. failure to do so will result in extra charges, fines, etc. this money is 'supposed' to be used to keep the area it is collected in running even though people thought that was what tax was for.

just by coincidence the next installment of 3.1BILLION euro must be paid to the bond holders on the 31st MARCH by the irish governemnt.

The stupid bloody video is meaningless. the country is completely FUBAR and so are a lot of people living there. infact tens of thousands are leaving the country every month.

posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 11:13 AM
The problem was the owners of Irish banks borrowed billions from Europe during the Celtic TIiger, and ended up losing it all in bad deals. Because of the system we live n Europe requested the Irish pay back these losses, only way that could be done is get it from the Irish taxpayer.Its a scam ,but that is how rich do business.

We couldn't tell them to shove it because Ireland had a sovereign debt problem as well, mainly caused by multinationals #ing off to cheaper destinations to make more profits. This resulted in thousands of people losing their jobs and therefore resulted in less taxes coming in.

posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 11:29 AM
I particularly enjoyed how this eunich was unable to do a thing without looking to, or bowing physically to, the women at his side. I also love how her response was beyond condescending, holding the "you're lucky we're even sitting here you scum" tone. She is his handler for the day, her job is to make sure he does what he is told - in this setting she's the one to dislike, as he is just a stooge.

Remarkably there is no answer to his question, there never has been and there never will be. The King, the banking families, don't answer questions.

posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 11:36 AM
It just illustrates perfectly how messed up the situation is and how blatant the scams have become.

Completely vaild and logical question but it can´t be answered.

Seeing stuff like this makes me think it´s all over. They don´t even care anymore, just picking away at the last scraps before it all comes down.

posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 11:59 AM
Always good to see proper journalism at work, it seems to be a rarity these days. How I would LOVE Hunter S. Thompson to still be with us.

The Irish have been taken for a ride and became whipping boys of the whole mess, maybe because they are not connected to main land Europe? Maybe.

Just to reply to a previous post, saying how it is deserved because Ireland joined the EU. If you remember correctly, Ireland had a referendum on joining the EU, and the Irish public voted against it.

So they chucked it out of the window and joined anyway.

The Irish didn't want to join the EU, they were happy with how things were. They had no need to join the Euro, but they got thrown in like it or not, and now are stuck with the bill.

Perfect example of being well and truly "done over" so to speak.

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