, we now face a future of personal hardship, politicaluncertainty and economic misery.It is this dire set of circumstances that now confronts every member of this Republic; the veryfoundation of the Irish state is at risk of collapse.Unfortunately, the elected representatives of the Irish parliament, entrusted to prevent such acatastrophe from happening, are themselves complicit architects in these events and continue, tothis day, to bring misery upon the Irish people.We, the sovereign citizens of the Irish Republic, demand action and answers to this unacceptableset of circumstances.
As we look around the world, we, the people of the Irish Republic, can see that what afflicts us inour land also burdens all of mankind. From the islands that once made-up the Greek State andare now for sale to the millions on the Spanish mainland who have no prospect of employment;from the bankrupt and insolvent banking system enslaving the people of Iceland to a futureworld of deflation and economic loss; from the dwindling population that was once EastGermany that has set out across the continent in search of work to the millions who no longer have a home due to foreclosure in the United States²these tens of millions who were workingtoward a prosperous future now find themselves in poverty, unemployment and depression.Everywhere one looks in the Western world, there is
a loss of hope
and a future that brings false promise. We do not see the underlying cause of the Great Economic Collapse as necessarily afailure of capitalism or the idea of a free market, as much as it was a failure of
.By the very hands of those who have been entrusted with the security and the prosperity of thestate, those representatives who dwell in legislatures throughout the Western world, have we been deceived; when confronted with the totality of the economic collapse, they abused andusurped the trust which the people had given them. Ignoring their fiduciary role of overseeingthe economy with responsibility, due diligence and with the economic rights of the individual of the state in mind, the representatives of many of the West¶s democratic states, including our ownhere in the Republic of Ireland, offered to the wealthy and elite, the corporations and the banks a bailout, a grant, a loan that will forever relieve them of their financial obligations and losesincurred by poor investments and, in some cases, outright fraud, their debts wiped out and allallowed to continue on as if nothing ever happened!