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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 6:13 am

And Phil Flynn? Grande Portage?
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Grande
Portage, a company headed by the Galway entrepreneur Mr Declan Ganley,
has confirmed that it submitted a bid for Irish Fertilizer Industries
(IFI) by yesterday's deadline for the receipt of offers for the
company. Mr Ganley is chief executive of Grande
Portage, an Irish registered company which is chaired by Mr Phil Flynn.
The shareholders in the company include a publicly-quoted Canadian
natural resources company, Grande Portage Resources, in which Mr Ganley
has a stake. Other shareholders are Ganley International, of which Mr Ganley is managing director, and the equity arm of a major US bank.
Irish Times March 27, 1999


Sputnick Funds is another interesting Ganley connection

And what of the general mobilisation to fight Islam that Declan Ganley wishes to pursue? Would that be like Gaza multiplied by 1000? with the odd strategic nuke thrown in for good measure. Would that form a plank in the energy plans of Libertas?
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 12:52 pm

Ladies and Gentlemen, please fasten your seatbelts as this thread is soon to depart Earth. Please ensure your tinfoil hats are securely tied on and you have taken all your medication.

Please remember, just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you.

Thank you and have a pleasant flight on Frightened Albanian Airways.
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 1:13 pm

cookiemonster wrote:
Ladies and Gentlemen, please fasten your seatbelts as this thread is soon to depart Earth. Please ensure your tinfoil hats, are securely tied on and you have taken all your medication.

Please remember, just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you.

Thank you and have a pleasant flight on Frightened Albanian Airways.

phil flynn? story cookie
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 1:39 pm

There must be many Phil Flynns, and I don't know about any of them.
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 1:47 pm

this would be THE Phil Flynn
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He joined Sinn Féin at the age of 14 and lent support to some of
thoasions owing to his political activities. In 1974, he was tried with
IRA membership, but acquitted, by the Special Criminal Court. During the trial, the state alleged that he was IRA Director of Finance. In Liverpool, he was arrested and held for three days under the Prevention of Terrorism Act. In 1975, he came to public prominence when he acted as a mediator in the Tiede Herrema kidnap siege.

More recently he of the pen gun found during CAB raid
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 2:12 pm

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this would be THE Phil Flynn
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He joined Sinn Féin at the age of 14 and lent support to some of
thoasions owing to his political activities. In 1974, he was tried with
IRA membership, but acquitted, by the Special Criminal Court. During the trial, the state alleged that he was IRA Director of Finance. In Liverpool, he was arrested and held for three days under the Prevention of Terrorism Act. In 1975, he came to public prominence when he acted as a mediator in the Tiede Herrema kidnap siege.

More recently he of the pen gun found during CAB raid

Yeah, with a pen gun and Ganley's nukes they're going to take over Europe.
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 2:14 pm

What is a pen gun?

My eyes want to edit it to penguin. That must be the weather.
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 2:17 pm

CF you are an innocent Very Happy
A pen gun is one of those spy stlye Bond guns that fire one or two .22 rounds.

Were there direct talks between Ganley and Sinn Fein? Interesting that Flynn was connected to Bulgaria and the bins full of cash found in Cork were supposed to be Bulgarian.
Do Sinn Fein agree with Ganley's plans for war against Iran?
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 2:35 pm

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Were there direct talks between Ganley and Sinn Fein?

"Direct talks" similar to your idea of "collaboration"?

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Interesting that Flynn was connected to Bulgaria and the bins full of cash found in Cork were supposed to be Bulgarian.
Interesting? No, I don't think so. maybe on binchat.ie. But if you're trying to apply to some sort of "guilt by association" to Ganley for having dealings with Phil Flynn you're draging an awful lot of people in too. Including the Board of the VHI and Bank Of Scotland, the current and former Governments etc. If that is the case it's reaching a new pathetic low, even for you.
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:01 pm

cookiemonster wrote:
Frightened Albanian wrote:


Were there direct talks between Ganley and Sinn Fein?

"Direct talks" similar to your idea of "collaboration"?

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Interesting that Flynn was connected to Bulgaria and the bins full of cash found in Cork were supposed to be Bulgarian.
Interesting? No, I don't think so. maybe on binchat.ie. But if you're trying to apply to some sort of "guilt by association" to Ganley for having dealings with Phil Flynn you're draging an awful lot of people in too. Including the Board of the VHI and Bank Of Scotland, the current and former Governments etc. If that is the case it's reaching a new pathetic low, even for you.

Yes were there direct talks ?

The Flynn angle is very interesting Cookie but then so is the Boris Jordon connection. However I find the Sinn Fein Ganley connection very interesting in light of their political partnership. Esp as Libertas have no NI policy and SF would tend to be pro Arab.
Flynn allegedly former IRA finance director and Ganley with all his "cash" and vouchers.
Lets make lists of Declans collaborators
Phil Flynn
Frank Dunlop
Don De Marino
Liam Lawlor
US militray
Boris Jordon the only American born Russian oligarch
David Cochrane
Kosta Trebicka
Vaclav Klaus
Gary Hunter
Jack Shaw
Latvia government
Albanian governmant


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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:05 pm

I remember posting on P.ie about how disgraceful it was that SF were associating themselves with those running dogs of capitalism Libertas, and being told that a distance had been kept by SF in the campaign. I don't see any reason not to accept that. Did they sit on joint platforms ? Was Mary Lou at the Shelbourne?

It seems to me that SF is not guilty of this one.
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:08 pm

P.S. There does seem to be a certain irony in it if SF were involved in a bid to take over Irish Fertilisers.
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:12 pm

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What is a pen gun?

My eyes want to edit it to penguin. That must be the weather.


It is the sort of thing you normally get from Q. But presumably if you hang in a Spekre type world with Dr No you can get a lethal montblanc or if it's the Balaclava boys, you can pick up a deadly Parker.
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:12 pm

Flynn had "resigned" from Sinn Fein in 1999. We have npo info on his relationship with the armed wing except that he was suspected of being finance director of the IRA.

It would be funny if the Sinners were involved in IFI bid but that we will never know.
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:24 pm

Frightened Albanian wrote:
cookiemonster wrote:
Frightened Albanian wrote:


Were there direct talks between Ganley and Sinn Fein?

"Direct talks" similar to your idea of "collaboration"?

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Interesting that Flynn was connected to Bulgaria and the bins full of cash found in Cork were supposed to be Bulgarian.
Interesting? No, I don't think so. maybe on binchat.ie. But if you're trying to apply to some sort of "guilt by association" to Ganley for having dealings with Phil Flynn you're draging an awful lot of people in too. Including the Board of the VHI and Bank Of Scotland, the current and former Governments etc. If that is the case it's reaching a new pathetic low, even for you.

Yes were there direct talks ?

The Flynn angle is very interesting Cookie but then so is the Boris Jordon connection. However I find the Sinn Fein Ganley connection very interesting in light of their political partnership. Esp as Libertas have no NI policy and SF would tend to be pro Arab.
Flynn allegedly former IRA finance director and Ganley with all his "cash" and vouchers.
Lets make lists of Declans collaborators
Phil Flynn
Frank Dunlop
Don De Marino
Liam Lawlor
US militray
Boris Jordon the only American born Russian oligarch
David Cochrane
Kosta Trebicka
Vaclav Klaus
Gary Hunter
Jack Shaw
Latvia government
Albanian governmant



YO Spooked Balkan; we are missing two of the figures on the "top 20 of corrupt US politicians" this year Mary Landrieu and Ted Stevens.
You have to give it to Declan, two of his political associates charted this year.
Ted helped with the Inuit scamology and Mary played a big role in getting Dec his nice shiny "oh what a respectable guy am I" medal.
Curious though.
If you were to bother to check who donated money to top of the corrupt pops Mary, guess who you will find?
Mrs D Ganley, thinly disguised under her maiden name.
Corrupt elites, don't you hate them.
"Transparency and Accountability"
Over to you, Frightened Alb.
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:24 pm

Well, I still don't know much about him. Plenty of good people joined SF in the 1970s, I guess.

I'd be more worried about Libertas's politics personally, although as an organisation there is a reasonable chance they will disappear as did Adornis.
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:41 pm

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Well, I still don't know much about him. Plenty of good people joined SF in the 1970s, I guess.

I'd be more worried about Libertas's politics personally, although as an organisation there is a reasonable chance they will disappear as did Adornis.

Ganley's background and business modus operanndi are key to understanding Ganley's political policies. His past stinks but is strewn with interesting characters. Flynn was targeted by CAB after the norhtern bank job. One of his associates was found to have several million sterling in wheelie bins at his home in Cork.

Ganley was invovled in Bulgaria as were Flynn's pals. Did Deco try to get some (mod - unneccessary speculation) with the Shinners (mod) ? Did he ask them to invest in Anglo Adriatic<?


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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:47 pm

Wasn't there some kind of finding that Northern Bank was nothing to do with Flynn? Please be fair here. Easy to rush to assumptions on Northern Bank which a lot of people did - but a lot of parties stood to gain from excluding SF.

Isn't the verdict "persons unknown for reasons unknown"?
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:49 pm

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Yes were there direct talks ?

What? You've departed reality yet again it seems.


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The Flynn angle is very interesting Cookie
You keep saying things are "very interesting", including the location of the manufacturer of some wheelie bins, but there has yet to be a single interesting thing about anything you say is "interesting". Infact that wheelie bins were probably the highlight of your "interesting" stories.

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but then so is the Boris Jordon connection. However I find the Sinn Fein Ganley connection very interesting in light of their political partnership.
What political partnership? There is no political partnership, there were no talks, you're just making stuff up.

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Esp as Libertas have no NI policy and SF would tend to be pro Arab.
WTF? Why would a political party who are not involved in national politics, who are focusing on reform and promotion of Democracy, accountability and transparency in the EU have a policy on Northern Ireland?

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Flynn allegedly former IRA finance director and Ganley with all his "cash" and vouchers.
Are you suggesting something here? There is no issue with the investment partners of the Anglo Adriatic fund and never has there been any serious issue or suggestion that there was. The vouchers still exist and are deposited in a bank in Albania.

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Lets make lists of Declans collaborators
Collaborators?

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Phil Flynn
Frank Dunlop
Don De Marino
Liam Lawlor
US militray
Boris Jordon the only American born Russian oligarch
David Cochrane
Kosta Trebicka
Vaclav Klaus
Gary Hunter
Jack Shaw
Latvia government
Albanian governmant

And...? Again if you're going for the "Guilty by association" crap you're reaching new lows.

cactus flower wrote:
I'd be more worried about Libertas's politics personally, although as an organisation there is a reasonable chance they will disappear as did Adornis.

Yes, because a political party and a website selling earrings has so much in common...
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:51 pm

Frightened Albanian wrote:
cactus flower wrote:
Well, I still don't know much about him. Plenty of good people joined SF in the 1970s, I guess.

I'd be more worried about Libertas's politics personally, although as an organisation there is a reasonable chance they will disappear as did Adornis.

Ganley's background and business modus operanndi are key to understanding Ganley's political policies. His past stinks but is strewn with interesting characters. Flynn was targeted by CAB after the norhtern bank job. One of his associates was found to have several million sterling in wheelie bins at his home in Cork.

Ganley was invovled in Bulgaria as were Flynn's pals. Did Deco try to get some (mod - unneccessary speculation) with the Shinners (mod) ? Did he ask them to invest in Anglo Adriatic<?

Wow, you're continuing with the "have you stopped beating your wife" approach, nice.
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:51 pm

because a political party and a website selling earrings has so much in common...

Same founder and Executive Director. Hopefully same project life-span.
He has a habit of moving on.


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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:52 pm

cactus flower wrote:
because a political party and a website selling earrings has so much in common...

Same founder and Executive Director. Hopefull same project life-span.
He has a habit of moving on.

He also has a habit of being very successful.
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:53 pm

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Wasn't there some kind of finding that Northern Bank was nothing to do with Flynn? Please be fair here. Easy to rush to assumptions on Northern Bank which a lot of people did - but a lot of parties stood to gain from excluding SF.

Isn't the verdict "persons unknown for reasons unknown"?
Flynn et al said it was Bulgarian cash. The mention of Nortern Bank was to explain who we were on about as CF did not seem to know him/

The real point is that Decos wide circle of employees and business partners give his tentacles a long reach I was wondering about Sinn Fein and Libertas as they seem uncomfortable bed fellows as you state above. Howver they have overlapping connections and objects.
It iw interesting to note that Flynn was employed by Ganley in 1999 as Liam Lawlor was in1996-7
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:53 pm

cookiemonster wrote:
cactus flower wrote:
because a political party and a website selling earrings has so much in common...

Same founder and Executive Director. Hopefull same project life-span.
He has a habit of moving on.

He also has a habit of being very successful.

At what?
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PostSubject: Re: Ganley and the mad mullahs   Thu Jan 08, 2009 3:56 pm

Frightened Albanian wrote:
cactus flower wrote:
Wasn't there some kind of finding that Northern Bank was nothing to do with Flynn? Please be fair here. Easy to rush to assumptions on Northern Bank which a lot of people did - but a lot of parties stood to gain from excluding SF.

Isn't the verdict "persons unknown for reasons unknown"?
Flynn et al said it was Bulgarian cash. The mention of Nortern Bank was to explain who we were on about as CF did not seem to know him/

The real point is that Decos wide circle of employees and business partners give his tentacles a long reach I was wondering about Sinn Fein and Libertas as they seem uncomfortable bed fellows as you state above. Howver they have overlapping connections and objects.
It iw interesting to note that Flynn was employed by Ganley in 1999 as Liam Lawlor was in1996-7

I think it does seem to be an interesting connection. Which were the years in which Ganley and Mr. Flynn were respectively involved in Bulgaria? Is there any reason to believe they were jointly involved? I take it as read that there is no suggestion that their involvement was other than normal business activities.
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