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In these times of austerity, it’s good to know that taxes are still being spent on worthwhile projects – like arresting people for growing plants.
Written by Graham
February 5, 2012 at 1:34 pm
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You guys have dropped the ball. I am studying in UL and i am inundated with Karl Marx readings, worker’s rights movements and rest of it. At a time when the liberty movement hasn’t been as strong in America in countless years and i find people looking up Ron Paul on the library computers, you are missing an opportunity to capture the hearts and minds of a despairing and emmigrating youth.
Man up and get this discussion going! Get out to campuses, organise debates with Marxist groups, make podcasts, write articles, you may be left behind!
April 25, 2012 at 2:21 am
Why don’t you do it then?
Socialists tend to be unemployed hence have time to spread their jibberish.
May 14, 2012 at 10:13 am
Can’t speak for the other guys, but I got caught up with my career recently. Would you like to blog here too?
June 12, 2012 at 9:28 pm
I have a job, my friend. And frankly the idea of a successful free market movement in Ireland seems ludicrous. Just listen to Irish radio for five minutes! Collectivism abounds. Look at the political parties in this country. Feckless authoritarians. Are you voting left-wing socialism or right-wing socialism this time, Paddy? I’m votin’ for de fella who’ll give a bit of dough to Leitrim! And sort out de farmers! Politically correct wimps, fatted tax eaters, bog-brained cute nod and a wink scammers, cronys.
What a hopeless, state-addled bunch of odious pinheads. Fuck ’em all.
June 18, 2012 at 2:38 pm
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