Tomás Ó Flatharta

Looking at Things from the Left

An open email to Eamon Gilmore – Film to Follow The Ghost Writer?

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http://cedarlounge.wordpress.com/2012/02/10/an-open-email-to-eamon-gilmore/

A great idea – how about a few more such letters?

The author of this open letter says that the Labour Deputy Gilmore – second in line to Fine Gael Taoiseach Kenny – employs a well-paid adviser Mark Garrett who worked for an American firm – McKinsey and Company – connected to a failed coup attempting to depose Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in 2002.

Incidentally, do you ever ask Mark Garret about his period working as…. External Relations Manager for McKinsey and Co, the international firm of management consultants.
Does he know anything about the influential people Venezuela? Remember when the McKinsey office in Caracas, Venezuela, was used in the 2002 coup against President Chavez.

A wikileaked cable told us of a Gilmore conversation with a USA Embassy representative in which the Labour Party leader disclosed his public opposition to a second Lisbon Treaty Referendum, was a pose.

http://www.independent.ie/national-news/did-he-or-did-he-not-gilmore-dispute-enters-twilight-zone-2817724.html

The labour leader is looking like a fabulous Yankee asset – interesting ghosts these days in Leinster House!

The intriguing story of the Irish Labour Party leader makes you wonder if Roman Polanski might be tempted to make a film, using a story akin to his recent thriller The Ghost Writer, where the Tony Blair-like character is played by Pierce Brosnan.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/william-bradley/the-ghosts-of-tony-blair_b_509269.html

Life is often much stranger than fiction.

John Meehan

Written by tomasoflatharta

February 11, 2012 at 8:22 am

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