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    Favourite Fred Johnson
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    Jul 18th 2016, 3:34 PM

    That’s obviously not the case given that we have compulsory purchase orders in this country.

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    Favourite Wally Mooney
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    Jul 18th 2016, 3:42 PM

    We do indeed Fred. So why isn’t the government using them to help ease the homeless epidemic instead of feeding the vultures?

    “The Master of the High Court has called on the Government to “nationalise” repossessed homes and buy-to-lets that banks have sold to speculators and investment trusts and use them as social housing. In an interview with the Sunday Independent, Edmund Honohan said the State could address the housing crisis by passing new laws to allow it to compulsorily acquire properties that “the banks dump into the market for speculators”.

    http://www.independent.ie/business/personal-finance/property-mortgages/high-court-master-urges-state-to-nationalise-repossessed-homes-34282536.html

    Would it be perhaps because the government sides with the vultures and always has done?

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    Favourite Fred Johnson
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    Jul 18th 2016, 3:51 PM

    Hopefully the government sides with the job creators and not the likes of you Wally.

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    Favourite Wally Mooney
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    Jul 18th 2016, 3:58 PM

    Any government led by FF or FG will side with domestic and international capital and against the majority working class as they have done since the foundation of the state.

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    Favourite stevenocarroll
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    Jul 18th 2016, 4:03 PM

    @AAA

    The Open-borders extremists like yourselves are all against private property and the confiscation of property from ordinary people like the farmer above. Well done to that man on keeping his family home a place of cherished memory and family bonds, the things marxists like AAA want to destroy and use their open-borders agenda to achieve the collective globalised world, something they have in common with billionaires and the powerful like George Soros, Chuck Feeney, Goldman Sachs and Peter Sutherland. Shame on AAA.

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    Favourite Wally Mooney
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    Jul 18th 2016, 4:08 PM

    Really Steven? I’m glad the man got to keep his family home.

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    Favourite Kal Ipers
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    Jul 18th 2016, 4:13 PM

    Wally> You have advocated compulsory orders several times. Why is this one different? I am guessing it is beacuse it is a private individual. There is no difference to a small or medium sized company when compulsory orders are used. You are and remain a hypocrite

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    Favourite TehJurolan
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    Jul 18th 2016, 4:23 PM

    Yeah kal ipers you’re just a tool.

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    Favourite Shawn O'Ceallaghan
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    Jul 18th 2016, 5:01 PM

    Wally how about we use the farmers land to build houses? You ok with that.

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    Favourite Kal Ipers
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    Jul 18th 2016, 5:06 PM

    Wally> so you are fine with compulsory orders that cant be done legally and oppose the ones that can be. Good to know you have thought out everything. What happens when when the person refuses and legal cost make the whole thing unviable? Would you remove the right to appeal? No point suggesting it again now as you can see it will never happen

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    Favourite Wally Mooney
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    Jul 18th 2016, 8:31 PM

    Shawn, I think you’ll find that we do use farmers land to build houses which they’ve been very well paid for.

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    Favourite stevenocarroll
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    Jul 18th 2016, 11:47 PM

    @AAA

    Your support for collectivist globalist policies which also has multiculturalism under its umbrella renders you a puppet lapdog of the George Soros and the world banking system and the likes of Goldman Sachs who use your rabid pro Open-borders fundamentalism as the hammer and sickle to silence and bully the ordinary person of every country from asserting their right to exercise their ethnic and national identity whose backbone is the family. Soros, Sutherland and Sachs’ (SSS) policies are designed to rip all that apart and in doing so hope to tear asunder the strongest bonds that exist in the universe against exploitation of all people, workers and ethnic groups. Your allegiance with SSS undermines people everywhere.

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