The Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Enda Kenny confirmed yesterday that the question in Ireland’s upcoming referendum will be on whether Ireland wishes to remain in the euro. Finally a solution lies up ahead, but will the Irish electorate suffer from Stockholm Syndrome. Will EU propaganda and scare mongering win the day as twice before Ireland rejected the EU only to be told democratically to vote again after the media and politicians went on a joint charm and scare offensive.

TAOISEACH Enda Kenny claimed yesterday the central question in the upcoming EU fiscal treaty referendum will be whether or not the country wants to remain in the eurozone.

Mr Kenny also repeatedly refused to rule out holding a second referendum on the tough new rules, which will give the EU more control over our budgets to prevent over-spending, although he did point to the tight timescale of the end of this year.

“The public will be focusing on the question that will be on the paper — do they want to be part of the European community and the euro and the eurozone, from now on, or do they not wish to be,” he said in response to a question from Raidio na Gaeltachta.

Mr Kenny’s comments follow Finance Minister Michael Noonan describing the referendum as a vote on whether Ireland wanted to be in or out of the eurozone.

The Taoiseach warned about Ireland’s future in the EU in the forthcoming referendum.

This next sentenace is my personal favourite from the article as we were told the exact same before the Lisbon Treaty. We ended up with massive unemployment, no stability and the opposite of growth. More of the same 😉

Mr Kenny said he was confident the referendum would be passed as it was about Ireland’s future, jobs, stability and a growth agenda.

Oh, and the EUSSR rares it head again in the next sentenace

Mr Kenny also repeatedly refused to rule out holding a second referendum

Source: Irish Independent

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