Irexit Conference in Maldron Hotel Cork Saturday February 16th @ 15:00 - Speakers: Hermann, Ray Bassett, John Shinnock & Professor Delores Cahill"

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I understand that Irexit is opposed to the stealth tax, which is also known as the Carbon Tax.
I support this as it is little more than posturing.
However, I think that Irexit is leaving itself open to attack from the media and will be portrayed as Pantomime villains for opposing green politics.
May I suggest that Irexit offers an alternative to the Carbon Tax, by promising ( in their manifesto) to increase Irish woodland and forestry coverage in Ireland to over 25%.
Helping the environment and the taxpayer in one swoop.
They really need to be media savvy, as the knives will be out for them.
 

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I understand that Irexit is opposed to the stealth tax, which is also known as the Carbon Tax.
I support this as it is little more than posturing.
However, I think that Irexit is leaving itself open to attack from the media and will be portrayed as Pantomime villains for opposing green politics.
May I suggest that Irexit offers an alternative to the Carbon Tax, by promising ( in their manifesto) to increase Irish woodland and forestry coverage in Ireland to over 25%.
Helping the environment and the taxpayer in one swoop.
They really need to be media savvy, as the knives will be out for them.

--good, but at the risk of nitpicking, do not increase the coverage of ugly Scandinavian conifers. One tree is not as as good as another.

A policy on wetlands and bogs is also called for.
 

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The man is right.

The EU is a scam. Of course lazy and incompetent Irish journalists never interrogate it.

Why does a small Seat car cost maybe 11,000 in Spain and 17, 000 in Ireland?
Don't bother taking about right-hand drive--totally irrelevant.

How come the banks in Spain offer mortgages and other loans at rates around 1% a year?
 
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