Ireland may need IMF bailout says N.Y. Times - says scale of debt is massive

In a front page story on Monday "The New York Times" is reporting that Ireland’s debt woes have “stoked fear that it might even need to follow Greece and request a bailout from the European Union and the International Monetary Fund.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Ireland is in debt because of interest-bearing paper money loaned as the public currency by a private central bank. So gong to a larger private bank for more interest-bearing paper money loans is at best a stall tactic; The end result remains the same! Slavery!

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