I write to demand that the so-called “debt” of 1.25bn Euro (one billion, two hundred and fifty million) due to be paid to UNSECURED Anglo bondholders be not paid.
Since the Irish people had no hand in this debt; we do not consent to paying it. Since the Irish people will not benefit from its payment; we do not consent to paying it. Since Ireland has no moral or legal duty to pay this debt; we do not consent to paying it.
It would be a very simple exertion for you not to pay this debt; all you need to do is take the pen that is about to sign the cheque, and put it back in the drawer.
Again, and finally, WE DO NOT CONSENT TO PAYING THIS DEBT.
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