A Better Ireland

Why are we not demanding change?

It is funny, but since I’ve decided to run in the upcoming general election, most people that know, agree with me that the political system in Ireland needs to change, and everyone of them wants it to change, yet all of them believe that change is not possible. This is a sad reflection of our [...]

Finance Minister in waiting, God help us.

Labours spokesperson for finance Joan Burton went into some kind of post budget tirade about how the budget would not enable people to shop more, she compared walking down Grafton Street a few years ago with today, back then she remarked you would see people walking down the street with several bags of shopping whereas [...]

Time to demand change

Article one of our constituent states:

“The Irish nation hereby affirms its inalienable, indefeasible, and sovereign right to choose its own form of Government, to determine its relations with other nations, and to develop its life, political, economic and cultural, in accordance with its own genius and traditions.”


to my site, having sat through the turmoil of the last few years, I'm frustrated, I want the Government out and out now, but having thought on it, I came to the realisation that there is no real alternative. All the political parties support and partake in this sham that we call Democracy. So that is why I have decided to run in the next General Election. I want to offer people of this constituency a REAL alternative. There are so many things that need fixing in this Country; the trouble is knowing where to start. I believe that what needs fixing first is our system of Government, giving the people of Ireland a real say in how this Country is run. Real local Government and a smaller National Government. that acts on National issues