WikiLeaks . . . Wasters . . . Greatest . . . Bunker
God bless Julian Assange and his WikiLeaks.
He has helped bring nearer the welcome day when Antonio Blairescu will be regarded as a pariah, and run the risk that, when he leaves British shores, some neutral country will arrest him and take him -- blindfolded and in shackles -- by helicopter to the International War Crimes Tribunal at The Hague.
- The Government has found another way to throw taxpayers' money away, in the form of a weekend Facebook course for councillors. With the course fee and expenses claims -- per head -- it probably cost more than the average industrial weekly wage.
It amazes me that no one has used a spark of common sense and shouted stop.
How about asking some of the many media students around the country to give lessons to their local politicians?
- David Cameron has expressed a desire that Northern Ireland would remain a part of the United Kingdom.
Has he conveniently forgotten that the Good Friday Agreement of 1998 is based on the principle of self-determination for the future of the North?
Ryan Padraig Kelly
- I acknowledge that John Hume is an outstanding person. His commitment to peace in the North was remarkable.
But it is impossible to select people from different generations. For me, Michael Collins is the greatest Irish person of all time. His achievements went beyond what any other individual has done for our country.
Micheal O Crualaoich
Ballinacurra, Co Cork
- Fianna Fail headquarters and its Green bedsit now have remarkable similarities to a bunker in Berlin during April 1945!
Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim