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This Week at The Irish Election Literature Blog : 2011 Election Special February 11, 2011

Posted by irishelectionliterature in Irish Election Literature Blog.
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An incredibly busy week at the IELB which I’ve tried to edit down as much as possible….

First off Two different answers as two why the Country is in such a State.
David Bradley running in Louth reckons “..God not the politicians, is in charge of of our country and we seem to have forgotten that. God is our Sovereignty

Whilst Ted Neville of the Irish Solidarity Party in Cork South Central reckons “Mass Immigration Led To Ireland’s Crash…

Then we look at some 2011 General Election leaflets from The Left starting with People Before Profit/ United Left Alliance candidates

John Lyons whos is running in Dublin North Central

Joan Collins in Dublin South Central

and Dublin South candidate Nicola Curry

On then to Mick Murphy of The Socialist Party/ United Left Alliance running in Dublin South West

and then to ‘The Cuddly’ Joe Tobin of the Workers Party in Waterford.

From the Left we go off to the ‘Celebrity’ type candidates with flyers from  Mick Wallace in Wexford , Shane Ross in Dublin South and Paul Sommerville in Dublin South East.

Then some cartoons from Labour pair Ruairi Quinn and Kevin Humphreys

and finally 2011 Election Lookalikes part 1


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2. Earl Williams - February 11, 2011

I wish I lived in Cork, so I could punch Ted Neville in the face.


3. Mark P - February 11, 2011

Neville is obviously a prick.

It’s interesting though that he’s standing for the newly minted (and as far as I can see unregistered) “Irish Solidarity Party”. He has previously stood on three occasions for the Immigration Control Platform, never reaching 900 votes. He didn’t stand in the last locals.

I wonder if this means that the ICP is defunct.


irishelectionliterature - February 11, 2011

The ICP don’t seem to be fielding any candidates. The usual names such as Aine Ni Chonaill and Pat Talbot aren’t standing anyhow.


FergusD - February 11, 2011

Because most of the immigrants have left?


shane - February 11, 2011

The number of Polish shops that have closed is astounding. An Emigration Control Platform would get more votes in these times.


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