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Projected GDP growth of 4.5 per cent ought to be a cause for celebration, but Ireland emerges from its existential crisis still colonised by insiders.

21st September, 2014
Eddie Hobbs.

Projected GDP growth of 4.5 per cent ought to be a cause for celebration, but Ireland emerges from its existential crisis still colonised by insiders. This is a self-perpetuating tribe that is defended and protected by its tribal leaders, the union elite and political establishment whose own remuneration was conjoined during a conspiracy to plunder the last economic boom.

That an unequal divide remains is a festering sore for outsiders, those who’ve financed these excesses over...

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