The Price Of Liberty Is Eternal Vigilance


Thirty Three per cent


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13 thoughts on “The Price Of Liberty Is Eternal Vigilance

    1. GiggidyGoo

      Nope. He got a renewal notice from Liberty with a quote of €800+. He went onto their website, put in exact details of himself that were on the cover of what Liberty were quoting him, and got back a quote for €500+. From Liberty itself.
      Just proved the point about gouging.

  1. Truth in the News

    All Motorbike owners should check how their qoute’s are calculated by
    Liberty as this Insurance Company issues documentation that calculates
    a basic premium and then incorporates whats described as “Minimum
    Premium Adjustment” which doubles the basic premium, and one
    example in excess of 133 %, how legal is this…….?

  2. Joe

    As long as the two sides of the same bum orifice FF=FG are in gubberment the insurance rip-off will be encouraged and allowed to continue. Time for a FFGexit methinks!

  3. Kolmo

    Irish insurance “market” is a total racket, the dogs on the street know it but does the Garda Fraud Squad know it, seeing as the industry are under formal investigation from the EU Commission on the operations of cartels

    They are robbing us all.

  4. Conksi

    Cant stand SF, but i’ll take a 33% reduction in me insurance, thanks.
    What the going rate for intimidation these days?

    1. Cian

      A knee-capping.

      Oh, and today is the 28th anniversary of Patrick Gillespie. He committed the “crime” of being a cook for the British Army. The IRA forced him to be a human suicide bomber.

      On 24 October 1990, members of the IRA’s Derry City Brigade took over Gillespie’s house.[12] While his family was held at gunpoint, he was forced to drive his car to a rural spot on the other side of the Irish border in County Donegal.[12] Gillespie was then put in a van loaded with 1,000 pounds (450 kg) of explosives, chained to the seat to prevent his escape and told to drive to the Coshquin permanent border checkpoint on Buncrana Road.[11][12]

      An armed IRA team followed him by car to ensure that he obeyed their commands.[…], he tried to get out and warn the soldiers, but the bomb detonated when he attempted to open the door.[11] Gillespie and five soldiers were killed,[12] including Kingsman Stephen Beacham, Vincent Scott, David Sweeney, Paul Worrall and Lance Corporal Stephen Burrows, from D (Support) Company of the 1st Battalion the King’s Regiment.

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