Having met with key people at Fine Gael, Labour and the Green Party, I am keen to see if any of them will follow up on their commitment to reveal the truth behind my story once the elections are over. The lack of appetite for the truth by the ousted Fianna Fail (FF) party is plainly obvious.
Fine Gael are the undisputed front-runners of this election. They are keen to restore Ireland's credibility in the international financial markets. The leading Fine Gael politician whom I have met with is undoubtedly a person well versed in dealing with people of great power and influence.
Whilst the UniCredit subsidiary in Ireland that I resigned from in 2007 was relatively small by comparison to the Irish retail banks, my story invokes cardinal questions in relation to the bank guarantee of September 2008. It also sheds an alarming light on the independence of the Irish media.
This is a quote from a comment I posted this morning on two Irish political forums:
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