Monthly Archives: October 2012

Bad report card for Ulster Bank Securitisation….


The following is a review and downgrade of Celtic Residential Irish Mortgage Securitisation No. 16 Ltd which closed  to the speculative markets in April 2010, What! I hear you say… yes April 2010! Even in the middle of the greatest economic disaster, caused by the Banks, it was business as usual as late as April […]

Mortgage Securitisation, among other things……


I have compiled a collection of statements, quotes and articles from the Banking sectors heady days of the Celtic Tiger era which reinforce the level of greed, avarice and sheer disregard for the ordinary homeowner without whom the gorging and mismanagement could not have occurred. It is very important to remember, without your signature on […]

The ghost houses of Ireland: Foreclosure and eviction


This article is from earlier this year but very much worth a re-post: DUBLIN—In Mairead Harold’s Irish childhood, there were no rugged mountains, stone-built cottages or seaside cliffs. Harold grew up poor in Dublin’s derelict Finglas neighbourhood, where rows of gritty semi-detached houses and parks have long been regarded as a haven for drug dealers […]

An oil bonanza, but not for the Irish people!


An oil bonanza, but not for the Irish people Britain’s North Sea oil boom was hardly a model of sustainable growth, yet Ireland looks set to make the same mistakes Michael Burke guardian.co.uk, Thursday 11 October 2012 16.31 BST Broadhaven Bay where the offshore Corrib gas field is located, Co Mayo, Ireland. Photograph: Murdo Macleod Discovery […]

The Irish Sue the Banks!


 

The Rising Speech for Ireland – Wild Irish Poet


Wording: The fight for Ireland The fight for Life The fight for our right for an ordinary decent life So Ireland is paying out Billions again The government which at this time does not represent this Country in any way shape or form We today remain Leaderless, we remain cast adrift in a European sea […]

What you should know about the Children’s Referendum


Reblogged with special thanks to http://www.directdemocracyireland.ie Posted on October 17, 2012 by raymond If you love children, you’ll vote yes. Why wouldn’t you? If you are one of the less than 50% of the nation who actually votes, you wouldn’t want to seem as if you didn’t care about children would you? And you know something? That’s exactly […]

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