Ireland’s Sovereignty Now in Question as It Accepts Bailout from EU

23 Nov
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Copyright 2010 By CK Hunter, All Rights Reserved. Re-posts permitted leaving content and links, videos intact. updated 11.28.2010

Irish citizens rioted and politicians roared as Ireland regrettably succumbed to the necessity of accepting a bailout from the EU to avert bankruptcy. So what will happen to Irish national sovereignty, now  that the dreaded EU Beast has swallowed yet another small financially crippled nation? Videos explore and speculate below:

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4 Responses to “Ireland’s Sovereignty Now in Question as It Accepts Bailout from EU”

  1. skulz fontaine 11/24/2010 at 10:51 pm #

    Ireland is forced into a ‘vassal state’ condition. Compliments of the EU and the IMF. Bail out the banks? How utterly servile. Let the damn banks collapse under the weight of their own cancerous corruption.
    I mean, would a ‘bank famine’ be all that bad?

    • CK Hunter 11/25/2010 at 1:21 am #

      I actually agree with you and so, apparently, does Eric Cantona. Here’s the post I wrote 2 days ago that links to his video comments [in french] advising the french people to go en masse on dec 7th, and withdraw all of their money out of the banks, as a form of non-violent peaceful revolution to bring down the corrup world banking system – here’s the link,,, feel free to share this and send it on. Thanks for your visit:

      http://alligatorfarm.wordpress.com/2010/11/23/eric-cantona/

      Chase

  2. skulz fontaine 11/25/2010 at 2:21 am #

    Hi CK:
    What Eric Cantona stated was brilliant. If ‘we little people’ can act in unison and as one well, who knows what might be possible. Bringing down the banks just might be an excellent beginning.
    I just found your site on this fine day and I’ll be back.
    Corporate/banking/government’s ‘axis of bullshit’ MUST be broken. Here in mercantile Amerika, there’s a continual rant about “free markets” and blah blah blah. So if the “markets” are in fact free, well they can sink or swim on their own. Yeah, that is the premise. Bailouts? We don’t need no stinkin’ bailouts!

    • CK Hunter 11/25/2010 at 5:55 am #

      Agreed. thanks for the visit and comment, and now that you have found me, share this blog with your friends. Hope you have a good holiday.

      Chase

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