Sinn Fein can govern Ireland .

Gerry Adams replies to the Spotlight corruption allegations:-

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Yes they can :rolleyes:


New MLA expenses scandal at Stormont
01:47 19 Nov 2014

Sinn Fein has been funnelling vast sums of taxpayers’ money into ‘front companies’ set up to disguise the fact that the party owns properties being paid for with public money, a BBC Spotlight investigation on Tuesday night alleged.

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View the full article here: http://rss.feedsportal.com/c/33836/...scandal0Eat0Estormont0E10E6425338/story01.htm

Its British taxpayers money. Not ours. Sure they are all at it. Its a civil servant economy. They have civil servants for civil servants and a few more civil servants incase they are short of civil servants.
 
Its British taxpayers money. Not ours. Sure they are all at it. Its a civil servant economy. They have civil servants for civil servants and a few more civil servants incase they are short of civil servants.

So Sinn Fein can be corrupt with other peoples money ?
 
Wont go down well here but

A new poll suggests that support for Fine Gael has fallen by four points according to the latest Sunday Business Post/ Red C opinion poll.

This is the party's lowest showing in this series of polls.

Independents and smaller parties are most popular among voters.

There were also increases in support for Sinn Féin the poll found.

More than 1,000 people were asked who they would like to see elected to the Dáil, if they had a chance to do so right now.

That question was asked on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

The poll indicates Fine Gael is down four points to 22%.

Labour Party is indicated to be unchanged on 8%.

The poll suggests Fianna Fáil remain at 18%.

Sinn Féin are suggested to be on 22%, an increase of two points, indicating the party's support is level with Fine Gael.

The poll indicates that Independents and smaller parties are the most popular group among the voters surveyed, with support up two points to 30%.

The Government parties will hope that Wednesday's announcement will help them win favour back among the voters that backed them in 2011.

But results suggest that the scale of that challenge as Independents, small parties and Sinn Féin continue to attract more support.
 
Wont go down well here but

A new poll suggests that support for Fine Gael has fallen by four points according to the latest Sunday Business Post/ Red C opinion poll.

This is the party's lowest showing in this series of polls.

Independents and smaller parties are most popular among voters.

There were also increases in support for Sinn Féin the poll found.

More than 1,000 people were asked who they would like to see elected to the Dáil, if they had a chance to do so right now.

That question was asked on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

The poll indicates Fine Gael is down four points to 22%.

Labour Party is indicated to be unchanged on 8%.

The poll suggests Fianna Fáil remain at 18%.

Sinn Féin are suggested to be on 22%, an increase of two points, indicating the party's support is level with Fine Gael.

The poll indicates that Independents and smaller parties are the most popular group among the voters surveyed, with support up two points to 30%.

The Government parties will hope that Wednesday's announcement will help them win favour back among the voters that backed them in 2011.

But results suggest that the scale of that challenge as Independents, small parties and Sinn Féin continue to attract more support.

id say certain people on here have taken to the sick bed after this, their sf obsession reminds me of the road runner and the coyote,
 
id say certain people on here have taken to the sick bed after this, their sf obsession reminds me of the road runner and the coyote,

Well all i would say on this Jimmy is let the electorate decide when the time comes.

The current attacks on all things SF in the media certainly do not seem to be having much affect in the opinion polls.
 
I wonder what the GAA will do about their premises being used for Kangaroo Courts?


Sinn Fein figure at 'court martial' in GAA clubhouse

A SENIOR figure in Sinn Fein and the IRA in Dublin was "court martialled" by a Provo kangaroo court over claims that he had sexually abused his partner's toddler daughter.

Security sources have revealed that an internal inquiry was held in a GAA clubhouse in 2000, the same year Mairia Cahill was interrogated by a similar gathering.

The Republican, who was one of the organisation's top bomb-makers, was later "cleared" of all the charges and the incident was hushed up.

The Irish Independent has learned that the allegations first came to light when the Sinn Fein/IRA man's partner discovered that her three-year-old daughter had been abused.

The child's mother, who is also from a staunch Republican family, threw the man out of her home. She told her suspicions to another senior Sinn Fein figure, who promised to have them investigated internally and the abuser punished.

When no action was taken by the Republicans, the woman threatened to go to the gardai at a certain Dublin station and report the abuser.

At the time the Crime and Security branch in Garda HQ were already aware of the allegations through Republican informants and electronic surveillance.

Officers made a "discreet" approach to the woman to find out if she was prepared to make an official complaint which they could then investigate.

A former senior security source revealed that the woman refused to co-operate after meeting with a number of named Sinn Fein and IRA members, who promised that the man would be brought before a kangaroo court.

The "court martial" took place in a back room at a GAA club which has strong connections with the Republican movement.

A security source said: "We had a full account of everything that happened during that so-called trial, but it was only a white wash designed to bury the scandal.

"He (named Sinn Fein official) was a hero in the organisation and too far up the pecking order for any punitive action to be taken against him.

"He was untouchable in every sense of the word because the gardai couldn't investigate the claims without a complaint."

The source added: "Because of that, a child abuser, who is centrally involved in Sinn Fein's electoral strategy, has been allowed to slip the net, but he is by no means the only one.

"The widespread sexual abuse of youngsters by Republicans in the South was a major headache for the movement and it was known at the very top of the organisation.

"They have done a very good job at covering up the truth," he added.

In 2000, Republicans were afraid of the potential damage to Sinn Fein's reputation in Dublin if the man had been investigated by gardai and brought before the legitimate courts.

The same year, Belfast woman Mairia Cahill was forced to attend a similar hearing when she demanded that the IRA investigate her abuser, who was another prominent Republican.

In 2002, two brothers from County Louth, who claimed they were abused by an IRA volunteer as teenagers, described being interviewed at their family home in circumstances almost identical to those experienced by Ms Cahill.

http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/news/sinn-fein-figure-at-court-martial-in-gaa-clubhouse-30765182.html
 
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