Sunday, February 27, 2011

Ganley sidekick rejected ! Christotaliban poll failure in Ireland John McGuirk

The Libertas founder Declan Ganley's sidekick John McGuirk was destroyed at the polls in Ireland' s general election.
Polling surprisingly well at 2.6 % of the 71,275 valid poll , McGuirk's vote indicates that his national media appearances advocating idiotic economic plans combined with his flawed pedigree were not appetizing to the voters of Cavan Moneghan .
In Buddhist terms this is tantamount to saying ....come back in 5 or 10 lifetimes. To see where he is coming from read

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

What could be worse than Fianna Fail?? Fine Gael

Eoin O Duffy and his cadre of Blue Shirts
Blue-shirts today Enda Kenny and another blue shirt known as Noonan

With their talent for exploding mines tied to Republican prisoners and their penchant for special powers, the Fine Gael Blue Shirt Party represent the most insidious fascist rump in all of Eire.

You the people of Ireland, according to opinion polls, nearly want them to govern you?

You have a few days left to change your minds.

Vote any body except John McGuirk ( the former Fianna Fail and former Fine Gael and indeed former PD who also worked for a Green candidate, but really Libertas and a lacky of Declan Ganley's , who is now standing as independent New Vision) and definitely except Fine Gael from any preference vote in the forth coming election .

Vote Stickie, commie, trot , green , red , black, yellow or white, mauve or puce or green ...but but do not vote for a BLUE SHIRT any where on your ballot.
Is Mise Le Meas

People Korps

What could be worse than Finaan Fail?? Fine Gael

Monday, February 14, 2011

Libertas new tactic , random fronts hiding Christotailban

Just checking John McGuirks biog on a websites of "Independents" candidates include

* John McQuirk New Vision
* Cork East - Paul O Neill
* Padraig O Sullivan New Vision
* David McCarthy New Vision
* David McInerny New Vision
* Cork South West - DOONAN, Paul
* Donegal North East – BLANEY, MacDara
* Ryan Stewart New Vision
* Eamonn Blaney New Vision Independent Election 2011 Dublin
* Michael Loftus New Vision
* Nick Crawford New Vision Independent Election Dun Laoghaire
* Mick Reidy New Vision Kerry Limerick
* David Darcy New Vision Independent Longford/W’meath
* Thomas Clare New Vision Louth
* Martin Daly New Vision Independent Mayo
* Meath East - Sharon Keogan New Vision
* Billy Clancy New Vision North Tipperary
* Roscommon – FLANAGAN, Luke ‘Ming’ New Vision
* Sligo Nth / Leitrim – Alwyn Love New Vision
* Donegal South West – SWEENEY, Ann

but go to the candidate drop down menu and who do you get first with out any deference to order, alphabetical or otherwise??

You guessed it ......
John Mc Fucking Guirk aka John McGuirk who says I Want To Help
Bear in mind that this guy worked for Libertas who recruited anti Semites and Neo Nazi Monarchists of the far right Christian fundamentalist kind to the Libertas neo con Chirstotaliban cause. John says:

I’m 27 years old. Last year, my brother left for England because there were no jobs here. Last week, my best friend lost her job and faces a €200,000 mortgage on a home worth little more than half that now. If you’re my age, then you look around this country and see people’s dreams turning to dust, our parents worrying about retirement, and our elderly neighbours worrying about heating their homes. In Cavan, we face the risk of catastrophic further job losses in Quinn Insurance.
People Korps says :

John doing a Bess ( short hand for "get my child a Trinity degree even tough he is ....a rat who would compromise his closest friends for personal political gain ...make it easy for him) course ,
and while there joining three political parties being expelled from two,
, and almost always failing your shitty degree with a miserable 3rd THIRD, and continued thereafter; a recipe for disaster ; YET! . you have remained employed criticizing and postulating on the Irish state who funded your education ? Am I right? Well holy mother of Jesus you may well be blessed. Go with Christ and may you lose your deposit you snake for Nazi scum.

Meanwhile Ganley and co are lurking

Sniff Sniff ha Chow

Update ! 15 Feb 11 am
One of the new Vision Independents David McCarthy contacted People Korps to say
People Korps just to Say as a left od centre Independent who appears on your list I take humbrage with the connection to the failed entity Libertas. I worked on the Yes to Lisbon campaign on both occasions and have also worked with poilticians and groups who could never be acused of being to the right! Don't tar us all with the same brush!
David Mc Carthy CSC

I must point out David that if you read the post above there is no suggestion that you were in Libertas. Your name is on a published list of candidates that someone has fooled into coming together as a second "New Vision" party. FYI Fis Nua (also known as New Vision) have that name registered as a political party which adds usurpation to intrigue. Fis Nua are asking McGuirk to take the words New Vision from his posters.

Why are you on a list with John McGuirk?
Who asked you to join New Vision?
Who is funding New Vision ?

You should either get his name removed from New Vision or I suggest you remove your own name. Otherwise you are on a candidate list with a senior Libertas member and a card carrying Ganley doormat.

There is a contagion from having any association with such people in politics.

Libertas new tactics

Saturday, February 12, 2011

John McGuirk , Libertas, Fianna Fail, Fine Gael.. refuge candidtate for Cavan Moneghan. 2007 article The Phoenix.

John McGuirk has been in a few political parties, The Fianna fail, The Fine Gael, The Libertas, he has rumoured associations with the PDs, and the Freedom Institute and helped the Greens too. What a man! he is running for office in Ireland ....
What need have we of egomaniac, hard Christian, hard neo-con, and hard Reaganomic candidates? He has helped parties and attacked them what of the people he has helped ?Anyone? Has he helped a single soul on the island of Ireland ?

18 THE PHOENIX April 20, 2007

John McGuirk
Serial political party animal John McGuirk (23), whose bid for the top job in USI came crashing down at the organisation’s national congress this month, seems to be running out of options. His reputation within Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael is in tatters, while his attempts to
forge a career in student politics has failed in both Trinity and nationally. McGuirk, a former member of right-wing think-tank the Freedom Institute who now provides election advice for a Green Party Dáil candidate, has made a career of flip-flopping, changing course, and causing havoc wherever he goes. But where does he go next?

Controversy has dogged the young Monaghan man since his entry into student politics in 2001, when he joined the Wolfe Tone Cumann of Fianna Fáil in Trinity. In his first year in college he became National Policy Co-ordinator for Ogra Fianna Fáil, a weighty- sounding position with no real power.
Nevertheless, McGuirk managed to generate some trouble with one of his first proposals as Policy Co-ordinator. His planned sexual health campaign was initially welcomed warmly by his fellow young FFers when proposed in May 2003. However, Ogra began to fret about a potential backlash from the party’s association with one particular brand of condom, the potential alienation of the more conservative members of the party, and the memory of a USI campaign in which the provision of, em, ‘fisting’ gloves caused some alarm.
In June, McGuirk produced a letter, written to him by the Fianna Fáil National Youth Officer, Sinead Ní Mhaille, in which she gave him the go-ahead for the campaign, claiming that the Taoiseach was considering implementing it as part of Fianna Fáil national policy, which would have been quite a coup for young McGuirk. Unusually, minutes of a National Youth Committee meeting held in July record that the sexual health campaign was still being discussed as a ‘proposal’. Moreover, Fianna Fáil, Ní Mhaille, and Ogra chairman Michael Moynihan all claimed that the letter was forged, while McGuirk insisted the letter was genuine. Chaos ensued within the party, with both the senior party and the youth wing made to look like rank amateurs. The exact provenance of the letter - and whether it was a forgery or not - was never established, but the sexual health campaign was very quickly shelved (see The Phoenix, 29/08/03).
It wasn’t the last bit of excitement that McGuirk would be involved in during his time in Fianna Fáil, though. In August 2003, a series of anonymous emails from someone called ‘FF Insider’ began to do the rounds. The emails, which were addressed to Goldhawk, were also being copied to other Ogra members, and contained various titbits of information about the rather mundane machinations of student politicians, with the implied threat that The Phoenix was about to write a story on these matters. The emails caught the attention of bigwigs in Fianna Fáil’s Mount Street HQ and after an investigation McGuirk was singled out as number one suspect. After a fraught interview at HQ, during which he maintained his silence, he resigned his position as Policy Co-ordinator. McGuirk claims to this day that he resigned from his position on principle because of racist remarks made by a fellow Ogra member, though he must have been aware that his reputation within the organisation was shot.
Although McGuirk was not actually forced to resign from Fianna Fáil he walked straight
out and joined Fine Gael. In a neat piece of political bigamy, he continued to attend party functions held by Fianna Fáil’s Wolfe Tone Cumann in Trinity, and when Fianna Fáil learned of this, he was struck off their membership rolls.
McGuirk then got busy causing havoc in the Trinity History Society where, in January 2004, he began an anonymous email campaign under the moniker ‘Concerned Histie’, in which he made allegations of sexual harassment against another member. The emails were eventually traced back to McGuirk and he was forced to send a grovelling apology to the membership of the Hist, whereupon the
John McGuirk
whole matter was swept under the carpet. However, in February 2006, with McGuirk’s campaign for the presidency of Trinity Students’ Union in full swing, rumours about the anonymous emails surfaced again. With a number of variations on the story doing the rounds, the Hist auditor, Cathal McCann, sent an email to the society’s members - about 1,000 people - clarifying the story and McGuirk’s role in it. The email found its way onto a Trinity College internet message board, where it was snapped up by Trinity News, becoming the cause celebre of the campaign. With only days to go before polling, McGuirk’s bid was scuppered, and he picked up around 300 votes, coming third of three candidates.
But, hungry for a position - any position - he shook off the disappointment and two weeks later ran for Eastern Area Officer of USI. Not exactly a prestige post, McGuirk was unopposed and duly elected. So, with one title to his name he went seeking more and by October 2006 had managed to inveigle his way into Young Fine Gael’s Dublin Regional Council (DRC), where he ran for the position of Treasurer in YFG. Though he was defeated, his buddy Georgina Robinson, the chair of YFG, put him forward for the office of PRO, and he was voted through. Yet again, it wasn’t long before McGuirk ruffled a few of his colleagues’ feathers.
In December 2006, he emailed his fellow members of Young Fine Gael’s Dublin
Regional Council regarding YFG’s equality and disability officer, Brendan Searson. McGuirk claimed that, on Searson’s page on social networking site Bebo, there was an embarrassing juxtaposition of Young Fine Gael material and material of a sexual nature. McGuirk claimed that this was potentially embarrassing to YFG and the senior party, and in the email (which, interestingly, was sent from his USI rather than his YFG email address) he demanded action. To ensure that action was taken rapidly, he claimed that he’d been notified by “his friend in the Phoenix” about the content of Searson’s site, and said that he was “relatively hopeful that such a story will not appear in Phoenix magazine, at least, in the immediate future, provided that immediate action is taken”. Unfortunately for the duped members of the DRC, Goldhawk had never actually contacted McGuirk about this little kerfuffle and certainly never published a story on it. Nevertheless, the ruse worked and Searson resigned from his position.
McGuirk couldn’t have known, though, that his own exit from the DRC was imminent. In January 2007 he issued a press release, again from his USI email address, on behalf of Robinson in which he criticised Enda Kenny’s position on Crumlin Children’s Hospital. When he was called into a meeting of the DRC to explain himself, he claimed that he’d been given the all-clear by the DRC to do so. The bitter row led to his resignation from the position, but not from the party (See The Phoenix, 22/03/07).
Nevertheless, the news of the manner of his departure from the DRC can’t have done his recent bid for the USI presidency any good. By all accounts, McGuirk had run a solid campaign: his manifesto, at any rate, showed an impressive array of goals and ambitions, and a masterful ability to, well, massage the truth a little. Amongst other things, he claimed to have been on the board of the Monaghan Youth Federation (he helped found a youth club for the MYF, but never actually served on the board) and that he was on the board of the Irish Whale and Dolphin Group (he was only ever a member). Though these could be passed off as harmless CV fibs, they sit alongside McGuirk’s claim that he was “a registered member, but holds no position in, the Fine Gael Party”. Unfortunately, when the manifesto was written, he was PRO of the Dublin Regional Council of Young Fine Gael.
In spite of all this, at least two Dáil candidates seem to be oblivious to McGuirk’s chequered past. The Monaghan boy has been spotted lately driving around in a van bedecked in the colours of Dublin South East FG candidate Lucinda Creighton, while he has been assisting the Green Party’s Mark Deary on polling matters in Louth as well. Goldhawk certainly hopes that McGuirk’s talent for self- implosion doesn’t affect either of these candidates this summer.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Monday, February 7, 2011

Egyptians don't lose courage

After and amid any revolution there will be counter revolutions. Egyptians keep faith, dont fall for Swiss exiles, don't fall for false prophets. Egyptians can be the jewels of the east and Mediterranean.
Fight for freedom and take no false oaths or negotiations.
You are 10% there don't give up.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

This is how Moubarak murders Free Egypt Now


Watch for 2 min in or watch the lot but this is how a pawn of the military industrial complex deals with unarmed civilians.
A murder in Alexandria.

Friday, February 4, 2011

Ganley lackie/employee runs for Dail in Cavan/Monaghan

In the glory days before Libertas:
John McGuirk (on right) at the Fine Gael Ard Fheis 2006, wearing Blueshirt badge!!!!!

So, Big John aka John McGurik has decided to test the people's patience by running for the Dail. It is unclear if he has the Declan Ganley failure-bubble surrounding his campaign but, one thing we can be sure of is that John's far right religio-economics will stand a test by plebiscite.

John is a fundamentalist Christian who has many fans in the hierarchy of, Ireland's disgustingly biased political forum.

His polices fall short of the Christotaliban demands for a Christian state, but he does not like electricity and demands an end to conveyors of power.
An interesting demand from a young buck seeking total power.

Young John has a colourful past that will always come back to haunt him.
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