We're up against a collective extreme psychosis
Varadkar's analogy of the money men hit on the essence of the problem, writes Declan Lynch
WHEN Leo Varadkar suggested in the Dail that those responsible for the banking collapse had done more damage to the economy than the IRA and should be treated as subversives, you felt that he was "starting a debate", as they say.
Strangely, the debate hasn't happened.
It seems that whenever someone in public life has a moment of insight, the system isn't able to process it and just continues with the usual level of noise. Yet Varadkar was on to something here.