Toxicology & a Medico Legal Practice in Ireland

Med Leg J-2015-Tormey-214-8

Africa and the fight for freedom

Denis O’Brien – often right but needs a whisper in the ear

Denis O’Brien comments on the IBRC/Anglo privacy issues have only one error in my opinion. Members must be able to be free to comment in the Oireachtas on any issue without fear and the communications media must be able to reproduce those comments. That is in the public interest. Denis’ comments on Irish companies is a statement of fact and he has acted in Irish interest to do what he has done with Topas, Siteserve etc. I think Denis’s pr is terrible. The fallout was entirely predictable. Somebody should give him sound advice because some of his reactions are damaging himself unnecessarily. Let the facts speak for themselves. Let begrudgers have the field to themselves. If they are given no fuel, their fire will extinguish. Oxygen is needed to keep the fires going Denis.

Years ago I knew another brilliant man who was involved in clinical drug testing. He needed a nay sayer around him to help him control his wilder fancies but he did not have one. He went under. And those around him prospered greatly.

Sometimes it is better to let it be. John Lennon was right after all.

PJ, Frank and co can give Denis a steer. He should heed them.

I’m sure to get more opprobrium for writing this. But it is the country’s interest and in your interest. Don’t liquidate away from Ireland because there are a hell of a lot of people depending on subsidized salaries from you. (I’m not one!)

Any chance of building a few housing estates in the commuter belt for the young houseless?

By the way, Denis O’Brien is right on Aer Lingus and also on the vulture capital companies buying up discounted property from NAMA. NAMA is the Morecambe and Wise of the international business.

Beir bua

Advice to Fine Gael Central Council

The female gender quota is best achieved by adding females to constituencies where appropriate. The result and the consequences that I witnessed in Clontarf Castle for Dublin Bay North was troubling. No minister or TD should have to be excluded to accomodate a gender quota candidate.

Richard Bruton is a stand out minister for jobs against any European standardbearer. Bruton is also a very hard working constituency TD but is too nice a person for the mad political game.

I hope that thousands put him number 1 in that area. For Ms Regan to state that she beat Bruton in the vote was unwise as was teh comment atht the minister was oversaes while she was phoning delegates.

In the countries interest, it is important that Bruton remains in the cabinet. Remember I backed Kenny on radio in the leadership heave so I am no sycophant.

Loom at the likely outcome in that area

Prediction as of today!  1 FG (Bruton), 1 Lab (O’Riordan), 1. Finian McGrath, 1 SF (Whoever maybe McConkey), 1 FF (Haughey or Heeney most likely),

Other runners are Broughan (Labour independent ???), Terence Flanagan Renua who is a great campaigner, Avril Power who is a good candidate and a protege of Michael Martin, Naoise Murray FG who will have a lot of canvassers by the look of the convention. A second SF maybe in the running.

I was proud of my daughters speech, written by herself and her work on policy for YFG. She should be added for the future. and FG voters asked to go 1,2,3,4 in any relevant constituency.

At the Fine Gael Selection Conference at Clontarf Castle

FG Selection Convention at Clontarf Castle BT

Richard Bruton at Clontarf Castle

Richard Bruton at Clontarf Castle

Aoibhinn making selection convention speech at Clontarf Castle

Aoibhie at Clontarf Castle

Dan Sullivan, Naoise O’Muiri, Declan Flanagan, Richard Bruton, BT, and others of the faithful

The Faithful at the selection convention 2015.

Government doing its job

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Sex or Rugby for Dave Wakefield