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# 1 : Friday 19-2-2016 @ 09:56
 
 
Are you politically Left//Right/Pragmatist/Anarchist/Apathetic?

I'm liberal on Church State issues, pro income redistribution, moderately environmentalist and conservative on law and order. So I vote non ideological.
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# 2 : Friday 19-2-2016 @ 10:57
 
 
What do you consider rich? I don't think Ireland has 'superrich' regions unless you count Ailesbury/Shrewsbury roads and Bono's garden. That's not very big.
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# 3 : Friday 19-2-2016 @ 10:58
 
 
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What do you consider rich? I don't think Ireland has 'superrich' regions unless you count Ailesbury/Shrewsbury roads and Bono's garden. That's not very big.

Individuals on €150000+

Unemployment is 23% on Co.Wexford.

I've been on work experience but I always get dropped after a few days. Employers are discriminating against the disabled.
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# 4 : Friday 19-2-2016 @ 11:11
 
 
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You were given the opportunity to work for it, Toryboy. 75% of the jobs are going to Dublin and Cork. I send off cvs and don't usually get replies.

This is not about me so stop dragging the thread off topic.

Hold on, you started the thread, in order to make a reasonable assessment of the question posed we must know the criteria you are setting. That's all. Are you referring to me as "Toryboy"?
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# 5 : Saturday 20-2-2016 @ 11:19
 
 
I'm politically promiscuous.
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# 6 : Saturday 20-2-2016 @ 13:52
 
 
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You were given the opportunity to work for it, Toryboy. 75% of the jobs are going to Dublin and Cork. I send off cvs and don't usually get replies. I am on a course to gain more skills. But employers prefer those with existing experience. Getting on the ladder out here when you're disabled is very hard.

80% of Co.Wexford's electoral areas are below average wealth while 6.5% are disadvantaged and 12.8% above average according to the ESRI.

This is not about me so stop dragging the thread off topic.

Have you considered a job as a journalist political/economy commentator. You seem good with statistics.
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# 7 : Saturday 20-2-2016 @ 13:55
 
 
Someone said :
Are you politically Left//Right/Pragmatist/Anarchist/Apathetic?

I'm liberal on Church State issues, pro income redistribution, moderately environmentalist and conservative on law and order. So I vote non ideological.

I am sick and tired of former party people pretending to be independant and former independant pretending they are our SD or Renua TD, and people changing party as a false beard to sale out later.

If I could vote I think I would vote Sinn Fein now, which I never said I would never do before but if things are broken maybe it is time to really break them bad. From today I am an Anarchiste.
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# 8 : Saturday 20-2-2016 @ 13:59
 
 
Accessible enough with google and additional time when not currently employed. Omen's posted on it in the past; not his sense of ability but the reluctance from any employer or volunteer service to take on someone who has aspergers.

Right now I'm politically frustrated - next week might not bring that many surprises, but it'll at least bring change - hopefully more positive then negative ones.
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# 9 : Saturday 20-2-2016 @ 14:06
 
 
Someone said :
Accessible enough with google and additional time when not currently employed. Omen's posted on it in the past; not his sense of ability but the reluctance from any employer or volunteer service to take on someone who has aspergers.

Right now I'm politically frustrated - next week might not bring that many surprises, but it'll at least bring change - hopefully more positive then negative ones.

Join me to form the first anarchiste party in Ireland, with no leader, no policies, no rules, no boring meeting or posters. And if we get elected we can work when we want and not be told what to vote. And we can make abstention mandatory in national elections.
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# 10 : Saturday 20-2-2016 @ 18:49
 
 
Someone said :
Accessible enough with google and additional time when not currently employed. Omen's posted on it in the past; not his sense of ability but the reluctance from any employer or volunteer service to take on someone who has aspergers.

Right now I'm politically frustrated - next week might not bring that many surprises, but it'll at least bring change - hopefully more positive then negative ones.

In the North there are many people with aspergers in employment, employers must adhere to strict policies and can not discriminate..
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# 11 : Saturday 20-2-2016 @ 18:51
 
 
Not ideological, too many views that aren't covered by one political ideology
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# 12 : Saturday 20-2-2016 @ 19:10
 
 
Someone said :

In the North there are many people with aspergers in employment, employers must adhere to strict policies and can not discriminate..

Can not may become more of a should not, as I'm sure it happens reg enough.
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# 13 : Saturday 20-2-2016 @ 19:16
 
 
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Can not may become more of a should not, as I'm sure it happens reg enough.

If it matters I was speaking from the point of view of Omens past posts, in this and his many other incarnations on the site.

Every situation is of course not just from a singular reason, but from his posts on here and his clear obsessions (if that too unkind a word?), I've no doubt that he has difficulty maintaining employment.

Like many I find many of his behaviors and opinions disturbing and all too often attention seeking, and find his condition, however authentic, to be a thin veil against many of his opinions and actions - but I don't want to feed into that old stale repetition that results in nothing but long drawn out distractions that has clearly cultivated a sense of aggression on gaire against him. I wish him nothing but well, as clearly he is in need of it.

But let’s remember, this is yet another thread that isn't about Omen, it’s about our own political leanings - let's not get sucked into it.

Back to topic people

Was not commenting on him, merely pointing out that strict work policies in the North help stamp out discrimination...
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# 14 : Saturday 20-2-2016 @ 19:17
 
 
Ach guilty of it myself, got side tracked by the flow of the thread - Edited in respect to Omen
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# 15 : Saturday 20-2-2016 @ 20:11
 
 
Someone said :

In the North there are many people with aspergers in employment, employers must adhere to strict policies and can not discriminate..

In the North, half the place works for the government, propped up by rest of UK. Not a real economy.
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