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By: Irish Election » Fianna Fail Continue Online Outreach

Thu, 19 Feb 2009 13:07:06 +0000

[...] efforts over the coming months and during the next election is very good news, no doubt others will have something to say on [...]

By: New Job: Campaign Manager, Ireland East | Keith @ Granite Shavings

Mon, 29 Dec 2008 13:10:03 +0000

[...] a busy time, but I’ll keep the blog updated nonetheless.  Maybe I’ll even rob some of Damien’s ideas from last [...]

By: Wolfe Tone

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 09:06:07 +0000

David, A Sunday Tribune article on 11 November 2007 by Shane Coleman and Odran Flynn, noted the anomolies in the 2007 general election, where turnouts rates of 98% in cases were simply not believable considering latest census figures. Next year Ireland gets to vote on the EU "Reform" Treaty. Looking closely at the provisions of the treaty, and its history the following points are worth making: France and the Neatherlands voted NO in 2005, becuse they had a chance to read the EU Treaty or "Constitution" as it was called then in one simple document. After the NO vote came in, the EU decided to chop the treaty up and stick it in as amendments to other existing treatys, and then give it to the Irish. Now, in order for the Irish to read the EU Treaty we will have to have to hand no less than 4 different documents, all cross referenced, making it virtually unreadable and incomprehensible, which appears to have been the intention. This is DECEPTION at the highest level. If Ireland vote this EU Treaty in, then it is in for good. France and Neatherlands have not been allowed to vote on this again by referendum. Current figures show that approximatly 67% of their populations vioces have been silenced as a result. The reality is that the majority of the EU population is willing us to vote NO, but have no voice to tell us this, such as a mainstream media outlet. Due to the privatisation requirements in the EU Treaty, corporations stand to make a lot of money all around Europe through contracts on healhcare, educations and other public services. These corporations are foaming at the mouth for a yes vote, as their legal mandate is to make profit, cost us what it may. The provisions of the Euratum Treaty and emphasis on Nuclear generated energy that is embedded in this EU Treaty, confirm the priority of uranium as a source of energy. Considering that only a very few interests, have control over 80% of the worlds uranium production, and that these interests are embedded within the EU financial, legal and power structures, it appears that these interests are stacking the Treaty provisions in their favour, rather than in the interests on EU citizens which would be for sustainable methods of energy production. Little emphasis for sustainable energy production is contained in the EU treaty, as the commodities required for them are natural and free. Third world countries are only too aware that most of the uranium is mined in thei back yards, and the implications for them is clear given historical record of European Imperialism. More worrying is that the new EU treaty calls for mandatory increases in military spending for each member state to come online with US foreign policy objectives. Given the history of lies that we have ben force fed about reasons for invading weak nations to gain economic advantage, and the obvious money making racket that the weapons industry has proved itself to be, this provision flies in the face of all moral compasses, and every peace objecive ever made. How doublehanded it will be when the political henchmen turn to us, having triumphantly disarmed the north, gained their nobel peace prizes, and propose rearming again again to terrorise someone else at the expense of monetory resources we require for child and cancer care among many other needs. Should we not be investing in prosthetics for the little children whose limbs have been ripped of their bodies by the very bombs that have been made in this country by Ratheon et al. in Derry. More worrying still is the new legal status the EU will obtain, and the VETO power it gains, taking power away from individual states, enabling the EU as an entity with its newly established "Battlegroups" and legal framework to act independantly of and more superior to its member states. The EU Treaty allows for further amendments without referendum, thus undermining democracy. Considering the implications of the above short summary, and potential gains to financ[...]

By: Labour Conference goes Online with Twitter, UStream and Online Q&A Sessions | Irish Election

Tue, 13 Nov 2007 11:24:50 +0000

[...] they will be looking to install E.A.B. Share and Enjoy: These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and [...]

By: Rigging the Irish Election? I Have A Better Idea. « The Marvellous Mechanical Mouse Organ

Sat, 20 Oct 2007 10:51:16 +0000

[...] Mulley has a series of posts about how to rig the Irish election and it all sounds like a fierce hard amount of work to me. I [...]

By: Damien Mulley » Blog Archive » Rigging the Irish Election Part 5 - Election day

Fri, 19 Oct 2007 13:14:06 +0000

[...] is Part 5 of the Rigging the Irish Election series. You can also read Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part [...]

By: steve white

Thu, 18 Oct 2007 15:11:44 +0000

I though Irish parties already have scarily accurate reports on how people voted...that use for canvassing etc

By: Damien Mulley » Blog Archive » Rigging the Irish Election Part 4 - Embargo day

Thu, 18 Oct 2007 13:13:37 +0000

[...] is Part 4 of the Rigging the Irish Election series. You can also read Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. Digg it! | Reddit | | Stumble Upon | [...]

By: Can the Internet Rig Elections? | Irish Election

Tue, 16 Oct 2007 14:13:12 +0000

[...] second post in the series on rigging an election online is up. Yesterday he went through how the web can organise cells, as it were, of supporters [...]

By: Damien Mulley » Blog Archive » Rigging the Irish Election Part 2 - Profile your candidates and the opposition

Tue, 16 Oct 2007 13:14:00 +0000

[...] Tracker module and the profiles it creates is linked to the Reach module and so it will automatically send updates on candidates to each cell member. When policy [...]