Friday February 21, 2020

McWilliams: Nama sells to outsiders who have become insiders

When the vultures fly off, we will buy our property back at full price by borrowing from the banks

20th March, 2016
Nama head offices in Dublin Pic: RollingNews.ie

There is something a bit off-putting about watching Irish political leaders parade all over the world bragging about how great Ireland is, while they are presiding over the wholesale plunder of the Irish economy and its fixed assets by foreigners.

Ireland is now – and has been, as this column’s been pointing out for some years – a carcass over which vulture funds are feeding. There is one rule for the rich and one for...

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