Thursday, June 11, 2009

Declan Ganley's political legacy is likely to be lawsuits from the various national parties who claim that he has not handed over the cash he promised

A sad and a grubby tale of Declan Ganley's Libertas party is beginning to emerge. one where people have lost their jobs to support Libertas and invested thousands of Euros of their own funds into the party only to find that the promised funding from Declan Ganley HAS NOT emerged and their fear is that it will not emerge.

Readers of this blog will not be surprised that the Libertas political movement has joined other Ganley failures like the Anglo Adriatic Investment Fund. However given the level of hype and rhetoric from Ganley and his followers it is a remarkable twist that the Spanish Libertas list and the Dutch list are now out of pocket. Reports are emerging from Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant that there will be a lawsuit by the Spanish, French, and Portuguese Libertas and they are inviting the Dutch branch to join them.

Eline van de Broek, the torture supporting candidate for Dutch Libertas , has stated that she was on the phone to Ganley's wife at 1.30 am some mornings trying to get the money Declan Ganley had promised her. However, Ganley when he came home was "too tired to talk to her". He also promised her repeatedly that "the money would come tomorrow".

It would appear that the "self made man" thought he could pull of an electoral deception based on mobilising people across Europe on promises of funding which have not materialised in many cases.

Ironically Phillipe De Villiers in an email to this blogger yesterday has returned to using the Le Mouvement Pour la France rather than his Libertas name.

It has been reported to this blogger that in recent weeks Jens Peter Bonde appeared to pull away from Libertas stating privately that Declan Ganley was not listening to him.|en&tbb=1&ie=ISO-8859-1|en&tbb=1&ie=ISO-8859-1

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