If there has ever been any doubt, hopefully the RHI inquiry will spell it out in unambiguous terms, that norlin airlinn, aka norn iorn. aka our wee country is run by gangsters and chicken farmers. But I doubt it will. While the chicken farmers and families "fill their boots" let no one be fooled that they acted alone without aid or knowledge of their partners in power ie quisling $inn £anny.
Their dalliance in the cash for ash scheme must not be forgotten, Michellebroy O Neill as agri minister, Martybroy O Millionaire as finance minister who kept it going costing us the public even more in ££mills. We were informed how the ever expanding Michellebroy
Gildernew’s poor bro had joined the scheme because he needed special wood to heat his house. How many of us can say that through heating our homes as a necessity we can earn a nice few quid? Yes a few well heeled bastards here can, while pensioners freeze. How disgusting or low is that?
The RHI inquiry headed up by Sir Patrick Coghlin will cost over £5mill, which is a drop in the ocean to what the RHI fraud will cost us. Of course, we will get the same result - hot air and fat cats: definitely no guilty verdicts.
Better still I doubt anyone will ever stand in any dock. It seems to be the norm here the higher up the political ladder you travel the more untouchable you become - ask Pete the Punt, Adams or Tony B-liar.
When the quislings and bigots eventually crawl back into Stormont we can be sure that they will have learned a lesson from RHI and that is that the plebs must be kept even more in the dark in future … just after they award themselves another pay rise .