Nama’s actions have enslaved us

Over several years, swathes of land have been sold at a deep discount to vulture funds

13th March, 2016
Hs NAMA let us up the garden path? Pic:RollingNews.ie

The elderly, weather-beaten women are dressed in black and glorious purple, the traditional Caribbean colours of mourning. They file up to pay their respects at the beautiful St John’s Church on the savage Atlantic coast of Barbados. The low murmur of the shuffling throng is punctured by the squawk of the rooster who stands, sentry-like, at the door of this magnificent church. No one seems to notice him as he clucks, pecks and flaps around....

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