Originally posted by FMF
A letter in last week's The Economist:
SIR –The Economist persists in referring to the European Union-IMF loan facility extended to Ireland late last year as a bail-out (“Muddle, fuddle, toil and trouble”, March 19th). Rather, it is a loan that enables Ireland to repay maturing high risk and high yield bonds in Irish banks, bought when those banks were engage ...[text shortened]... g out German pensioners.
School of law and government
Dublin City University
German pensioners can bail themselves out, with lots of Jewish gold teeth, paintings, crucifi, etc... as well as collectables, properties and from what I won't name but further.
Oh! They were all found and allocated to the correct non-existent families?