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Wednesday, 14 March 2012

ECB representative can not explain why Irish should pay billions for European banks

The European Central Bank's Klaus Masuch was left speechless unable to answer Irish journalist Vincent Browne's repeatedly restated question of why the Irish people should pay billions for unguaranteed bonds to support European financial institutions which have no bearing upon the Irish people, in a press conference video.

Barbara Nolan, the European Commission's chief Irish representative who chaired the press conference, attempted to prevent Vincent Browne's persistence in asking the question.

The European currency union can not remain intact over the long term without general public support.  General public support requires full, open, honest and uncensored communications.

See this video:  "Banker left speechless by Irish journalist", for which I thank Jim Sinclair's JSMineset.

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