(Lucas: “I do not know what to think about this message: The Irish of all would be voting yes to this monster of a treaty called ESM. I lost faith in the Irish if they vote yes on the referendum as they just believe then all the talk of the pro-ESM campaigners funded by the oh so trusted EU. So they would vote for ignorance in saying yes. As the Dutch also voted for ignorance in saying yes to ratify the treaty. People still are asleep. Still they remain inside the matrix doing the things the dark ones want them to do. We give them the power by voting for the ESM. The ESM is not a treaty for just installing a permanent help fund. It is an institution that is set up that has more powers via fiscal and monetary policy making way then anything else. If someone does not walk in line they will use their dictatorial powers given by the treaty without any accountability whatsoever and immunity for those working or in power of that institute. Their fiscal demands can be enforced by them via courts and via law enforcement.
Do vote yes if you go for ignorance and did not read the whole treaty and believed it was just a rescue fund. And vote NO if you are a sane Irish voter that says enough is enough to the EU and its consortium of banker terrorists. “)
Yes side on track for double-digit referendum win/ By Paul O’Brien, Political Editor / Monday, May 28, 2012 / Irish Examiner:
Government nerves about the fiscal treaty have been eased by a series of weekend polls which show the yes side still on track to win Thursday’s referendum.
Three separate polls indicate the yes side has a double-digit lead with just three days of campaigning left before voters go to the polls.
While there are also significant numbers of people undecided, it would take a dramatic swing in the final days of the campaign for the treaty to be defeated.
A Behaviour & Attitudes poll for The Sunday Times found 45% of respondents saying they would vote yes, 30% no, and 25% undecided or not voting.
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