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 Post subject: Grand Theft Nama
PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2009 11:39 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Anti Nama Street Protest
PostPosted: Thu Aug 06, 2009 9:16 am 
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Location: Over Macho Grande? I don't think I'll ever be over Macho Grande...
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"Transparency
Or No Money"

"No Transparency = No accountability = NO WAY"

"Accountability or bust!"

"NAMAmia, here we go again! My, my, will they ever learn!"

"Banks save developers
Government saves banks
Taxpayer saves government
The bailout stops here.
Transparency or No deal!"

"Would you buy a house today that could be worth half the price in ten years.
The government wants to buys thousands of them now, with your money!"

"Burst their Bubble, No to NAMAland,
Yes to transparent and accountable Ireland"


"Gooooooood morning Viet-NAMA"(I like that one but NAMA is not the vietnamese fault!)

but if they're all too crap, how about "scrap NAMA or the bunny rabbit gets it"


It's like people aren't reading my posts... Quel surprise!!! :roll: :twisted:

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 Post subject: Re: Grand Theft Nama
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leonardjos wrote:
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LOL. Get some tshirts printed.

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 Post subject: Re: Anti Nama Street Protest
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 Post subject: Re: Anti Nama Street Protest
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So are we on for the 29th?


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 Post subject: Re: Anti Nama Street Protest
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I'm up for the 29th.

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 Post subject: Re: Anti Nama Street Protest
PostPosted: Thu Aug 06, 2009 7:23 pm 
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So we need to decide in one clear, concise sentence exactly what we are out marching for. Will anybody take charge of this? Also there's the where and when do we meet. When we have these established, we can go about the publicity. Some excellent slogans and graphics there btw.


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 Post subject: Re: Anti Nama Street Protest
PostPosted: Fri Aug 07, 2009 1:56 am 
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Count me in for the 29 aug.


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 Post subject: Re: Anti Nama Street Protest
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McD wrote:
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Totally inappropriate image to use in this context.


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 Post subject: Re: Anti Nama Street Protest
PostPosted: Fri Aug 07, 2009 12:27 pm 
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Hello Ladies and Gentlemen,
First Post, been lurking for a long time on the site, been through renovation of old house in Cork City, blood, sweat and tears and a shed load of cash. Sold in May for an OK price, got out by the skin of our teeth. Four years hard labour for no return. Anger towards FF has been building for years, what they stand for and what they have done to our Republic. I cannot sit idly by anymore. A protest does need to be mounted. Sacrifices need to be made. In twenty years time I want to look back on this period with my head held high, knowing that I did my best to try and avert the impending disaster. The billions wasted on the banks with result in untold and unncessary misery for thousands of our fellow citizens due to inevitable savage cuts in social provision. The need to demonstrate against NAMA goes beyond party allegence, economic leaning, socio-economic background, race or creed.

The only way NAMA can be prevented is by stopping it being passed in the DAIL. As I see it, the only way of doing this is to focus attention onto the Greens. They're weak, they're scared, they can be pressurised, they may buckle. I'm ashamed to say that I'm and ex party member. I could see a protest movement attacking on four fronts:

1. Large scale demonstration in Dublin, August 29th seems a bit short notice.
2. Smaller demonstration oustide Green Party HQ, perhaps lasting a number of days
3. Sit-in protest GPO Dublin, completely passive, Gandhi style, would require a hardcore of perhaps 100, who would be willing to chain themselves together and last as long as possible.
4. Information campaign via national media. This would need money. Time to put money where your mouth is. I for one pledge 500 Euro to an information fund targetting the tabloids, commercial radio stations.

As regards messaege, I see it being straight-forward:
1. The sock puppets who got us into this mess, can't be thrusted to get us out of it.
2. Bank Bailout = Bankruptcy = Loss of Soverenty


If there is a group of people out there trying to organize something offline please contact me I want to get involved.

Thanks for your time.


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