Nama says its a model for Spain .....

ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/82c87c36 … z1wCZBO4ST

Mmmkaaayy

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In honour of his Iraqi soundalike I henceforth nickname him Comical dALY

OK, we are where we are, but where the f*ck are we, Frank?

No idea, but I think I’ve found the ‘we’ he is talking about …

irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2012/0210/breaking34.html
and
irishtimes.com/newspaper/frontpage/2012/0208/1224311465124.html?via=rel
and
news.businessandfinance.efinancialcareers.ie/newsandviews_item/wpNewsItemId-69661

NAMA isn’t a bad bank. That’s the fucking problem.

Eh, does he not remember the last time we paraded ourselves around as a model for Europe. We ended up looking like gormless fuckwits. Although maybe we could defray some of the costs of his salary by sending him around Europe as a comedy act. He could intersperse his acts with video clips of Bertie promoting us as a model economy, while Frank makes quips about how we are a model basketcase.

?Dondé es mi NAMA

Europe is F*CKED!

We are still the envy of Europe!!! :smiley: :smiley: :smiley: :smiley:

Yeah, everyone would like four million dutiful serfs all to themselves. 8DD

Can anyone tell me why bankia, a rag bag of regional banks is too big to fail.

Presumably for the same reasons that Anglo & the First Bank of Fingers was saved … because the people who fund the political campaigns of those who make those decisions, say so !

Do you have any evidence for this?

Cause if you don´t … you can find it here:

Por qué (casi) nadie quiere investigar Bankia
elmundo.es/blogs/elmundo/con … tigar.html

Very equal opportunities were our friends at Bankia. Right, left, extreme right, extreme left, unions, employers, royal family … anyone with power or with any possibility of having some.

Bankia did indeed put up the money for Cristiano Ronaldo, as well as Real Madrid teammate Kaka

articles.businessinsider.com/201 … o-and-kaka

Unbelieveable

elmundo.es/elmundo/2012/05/2 … 42172.html

zerohedge.com/news/director- … ermination

Spain’s property market gripped by new realism as prices plunge
Bargain-hunting Scandinavians and Russians replace British buyers as Spain faces up to banks’ toxic debts

guardian.co.uk/world/2012/ma … NTCMP=SRCH

bloomberg.com/news/2012-05-29/rajoy-seeks-european-backing-as-spain-s-access-narrows.html

Whatever could he mean ? :angry:

He means ticket sales for the Frank Daly comedy show could be lacklustre.

ECB rejects Madrid plan to boost Bankia

edition.cnn.com/2012/05/29/busin … index.html