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“Yes Minister?” No, Not Quiet!

I wish the media and our caretakers would stop being stupid. All still refer to those issuing state dictates as “The Government”. We have no official appointed government. In fact, right now we have no official appointed ministers at all. What we have in place is a lot of people that resigned their seats at…

O’ Joy. Another State Inquiry?

Those of us of an older age or lover of classic TV will remember a much liked BBC series firstly called “Yes Minister” then “Yes Primeminister“. Over many great episodes the UK political systems and sometimes its civil service, was held up to a comedy spotlight. It was and still is regarded as brilliant script…

Election Issues & A Democracy Crises.

ELECTION ISSUES Where there is a general election, those seeking votes as individuals put out their ideas, possible plans and hopes. They lay out their desired agenda, a direction they see for people, a region or a country. This shared information is expected to be gained by concerned voters and gain it they do, often…

Why I Will Never Vote FG/FF/LABOUR?

People have their own views on Irish political parties. I do too. Over years and decades of also living under three political parties, I have decided never to vote for a number of them again. Ever. Here are some of my reasons that have convinced me they should never be trusted with anything or by…

The BCCI Banking Scandal

When to comes to banking scandals, the now infamous BCCI has ‘taken the biscuit’ as the saying goes. The Bank of Commerce and Credit International as it’s formally known had very well known names involved in it and not just at a savings qualification. There were quite a combination of recognised world elites to be…

The Missing POW’s of America.

In the movie Rambo: First Blood Part II, Sylvester Stallone’s character lands in Vietnam to rescue American POWs left behind after the conclusion of the war in 1973. Was this based in fact however? No, said successive US governments, starting from Richard Nixon’s Republican period, 1973. Sociology professors agreed, labeling the “MIA myth” as mass…

Under Attack Again.

Over the last week my main pc workstation/server that is responsible for personal work and UnitedPeople matters including the running of the UnitedPeople site, has been caused to crash and work done on it, potentially wiped out. . This is not the first time this strange occurrence has happened in the last six months. About…

West Street Feedback.

Alistair Smith and I were out for most of today (despite bitter cold temperatures locally) talking to people once again in Drogheda introducing UnitedPeople. From 10am till after 4.30pm we chatted away to many all day. A number of things once again were made very obvious. 1. With the local radio station over three years…