Eric Cartman wrote: »
I always find amnesty as the most laughable one, in the building they own there are something like 10-12 registered NGO's with similar missions, each one of them the board is the same revolving group of about 8-12 people and constantly in publications they release statements like 'x NGO thinks this is shocking, just look at this report we found from Y NGO' , they use themselves as their own validators/fact checkers.
mariaalice wrote: »
I dont think the political parties are sure themselves who they are addressing exactly. It's a catch-all phrase.
VANG1 wrote: »
Politicians keep using the above terms, can someone explain what they mean. How about retired people, housewives, performers, poets etc. Are they not supposed to represent everyone or are they trying to engraciate themselves to a certain group.
riclad wrote: »
People who do not work in offices, basic retail workers, drivers, people who earn less than 30k,
Eg blue collar workers, people who work in music venues theatres etc are important too tourists do not come to Ireland to shop in Dunnes stores
How many people work full time as poets ?
Eg the arts are an important part of our economy
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