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Guest Post: Reestablishing Ireland’s National Currency


From the National Platform EU Research and Information Centre: The advantage of a country having its own currency is that it enables its Government either to control credit and issue money for purposes of job-stimulus and the like through varying … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Ireland after the 2011 General election – Monetary Unions, Fiscal Unions, Political Unions


From the National Platform EU Research and Information Centre: One cannot have an independent State unless it has its own currency, and with that control of either its interest rate or exchange rate policy, for these are fundamental  economic instruments … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Ireland after the 2011 General election – Holding the ECB to Ransom


From the National Platform EU Research and Information Centre: The ECB has lent the Irish Banks some €150 billion. If the Irish banks all closed tomorrow morning, the ECB would not get its €150 billion back because that money is … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Sacrificing Ireland’s Children to hold the Eurozone Together: The 24/March European Council Meeting


From the National Platform EU Research and Information Centre: We are now trapped like rats inside the Eurozone, although it is only a matter of time before the Eurozone breaks up and some or all of its Member States leave … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Ireland after the 2011 General election – The Eurozone Framework of Ireland’s Economic Crisis


From the National Platform EU Research and Information Centre: The Irish State’s economic crisis stems fundamentally from its folly in joining the Eurozone in the first place in 1999, impelled by the longstanding uncritical Europhilia of the Fianna Fail, Fine … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Ireland after the 2011 General election – Irish Labour as the MudGuard of Fine Gael


From the National Platform EU Research and Information Centre: If the Labour Party were really to act in the “national interest” which it prates so much about and in accordance with the programme it sought the votes of the people … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Ireland after it’s 2011 General Election – FF Down, FG & Labour still to go


From the National Platform EU Research and Information Centre: One big party – Fianna Fáil –  that supported Ireland’s blanket Bank bailout, the EU/IMF stitch-up last December,  the 2009 Lisbon Treaty, the 1992 Maastricht Treaty which abolished the Irish púnt,  … Continue reading

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