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Old 14-01-2019, 09:20 PM
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People are slowly realising that if they want Scandinavian style decent public services then we will have to pay Scandinavian style taxes.


Mick Barry,PBP/AAA and SF etc will tell you that you should not pay for anything and just get out and protest on the streets.


We have the only Socialists on earth that are against property taxes
You know that's not true. Why do you lie like this?
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Old 14-01-2019, 09:21 PM
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Large property tax increases are on the way based on fact that property
prices are increasing, Why is it that this tax was accepted without much opposition compared to water charges?
It wasn't accepted without opposition. They were facing real problems in gathering the tax, and that was why they handed it over to the revenue. Not possible to do that with water charges, as that would have created problems with the planned privatisation.
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Old 14-01-2019, 09:35 PM
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It wasn't accepted without opposition. They were facing real problems in gathering the tax, and that was why they handed it over to the revenue. Not possible to do that with water charges, as that would have created problems with the planned privatisation.
How do you privatise water infrastructure that's completely bolloxed?

Tell me the name of the dope that would buy it. I've some magic beans I want to flog him.

We live in a tragic age in which bullshit has unprecedented currency
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Old 14-01-2019, 09:52 PM
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How do you privatise water infrastructure that's completely bolloxed?

Tell me the name of the dope that would buy it. I've some magic beans I want to flog him.

We live in a tragic age in which bullshit has unprecedented currency
International Water Ltd?

You haven't researched this have you? I hope nobody accepted the bullshit your using as currency.
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Old 14-01-2019, 10:02 PM
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International Water Ltd?
When did they try buy Irish Water?
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Old 16-01-2019, 07:08 PM
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International Water Ltd?

You haven't researched this have you? I hope nobody accepted the bullshit your using as currency.
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Old 25-04-2019, 02:13 PM
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Anyone seen this:-

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Eastern European firm buys up Galway homes in €150 million deal

The Eastern European property company LRC Group has taken ownership of 600 homes and commercial properties in a €150 million deal. The deal with Oaktree affliate Targeted Investment Opportunities sees LRC acquire a large portfolio of buy to let homes and businesses across Galway, Cork, and Dublin.

According to the Irish Times the deal was concluded roughly two weeks ago, with LRC acquiring the property portfolio from TIO shortly before it was due to go on the open market. Neither company has made any comment on the transaction. All the residential properties in this portfolio are understood to be buy-to-let, with 80 percent of them currently occupied.

Founded in 1995 by Israeli investor Yehuda Barisha, LRC now boasts a property portfolio worth over €5 billion. LRC most recent other transaction include a €10 million deal to pick up Smithfields Lofts in February of 2018, acquiring 50 homes. Last year it also bought the Irish hotel company Amaris Hospitality for €678 million from US equity firm Lone Star.
https://galwaydaily.com/business/eas...mpression=true
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