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Statements

Words mean what I want them to mean, says the EU elite

Statement by the Communist Party of Ireland 12 October 2012 The announcement that the European Union has been awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace brings the absurd to a new level.      This political institution has already removed two democratically elected governments, in Italy and Greece, and behaves as a colonial overlord in […]

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Noonan letting the cat out of the bag

Statement by the Communist Party of Ireland 8 October 2012 The statement today by the minister for finance, Michael Noonan, calling on the European Central Bank to make a “declaration of intent” about some kind of solution in relation to the Anglo-Irish Bank promissory notes is a clear sign of desperation […]

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Robbing the people to pay the bankers

Statement by the Communist Party of Ireland 1 October 2012 The decision today by the government to hand over €1 billion to unguaranteed and unsecured AIB bondholders reveals once again the priorities of this government. It has put a greater price on looking after financial speculators than on the health and […]

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Making the people pay

Statement by the Communist Party of Ireland 26 September 2012 The recent joint statement by the German, Dutch and Finnish finance ministers exposes the carefully constructed myth built up by the Irish government that it is winning the argument in relation to a solution to the socialised corporate debt—the bank guarantee—imposed […]

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Statement on South Africa

3 September 2012 The National Executive Committee of the Communist Party of Ireland unequivocally condemns the shooting of thirty-four striking miners by police at the Lonmin platinum mine in Marikana, South Africa. The deaths reveal a society that, despite the progress made by the ANC government, is still dominated by […]

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Political statement

1 September 2012 The National Executive Committee of the Communist Party of Ireland at its meeting on 1 September discussed the difficult economic conditions and the hardship being imposed by the ruling class as they attempt to make the people pay for the deepening crisis of the system.      The trade union […]

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Statement by the Communist Party of Ireland

2 August 2012 The Communist Party of Ireland views with concern the announcement of the re-forming of an “Irish Republican Army,” which could have a detrimental effect on the peace process that the majority of Irish people have endorsed. This has nothing positive to offer in the present political situation.      In […]