Who got the contract for the testing at the “pilot concert”? Why .. of course it was Eamon’s brother – Robert Ryan and his company Medmark
A pilot music festival is taking place in Dublin this evening as part of efforts to test the safe return to large events, and antigen testing is being used for entry | https://t.co/Mo2rwiW5m1 pic.twitter.com/W5lNUAG9l5
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) July 3, 2021
Transport officials told Eamon Ryan that controversial road is ‘crucial’ to Limerick regeneration – There is always a deal to be struck in politics, you just have to know how to move and manipulate. – .11 May 2021
Funding increase of over €700k to environmental NGOs welcomed by Green Party – really? Who are these people in these NGOs? – 21 Jan 2021
Alan Kelly apologises for not wearing mask on public transport – The thing is – if Eamon thought there was a deadly pandemic would he be on the Luas? He would definitely, at the very least be wearing a mask – of course he probably knows the mask is just a mark of the slave anyway and provides absolutely no protection to anyone – hence for two reasons he can’t be arsed. – 10 Dec 2020
Eamon Ryan & Family Owned Business “Irish Cycling Safaris Ltd”
So – Fianna Fail & Fine Gael effectively agreed to spend €360m of public money, per year on Eamon Ryan’s whims – contributing to the business sector in which Eamon Ryan’s family operates. He founded Irish Cycling Safaris Ltd, which is now run by his sister and her husband – nice one! Public money bartered for power and killing more than one bird with the same stone.
Ryan’s ancestors the key to faster broadband? – 24 Oct 2020
Eamon Ryan: Government will spend €1 million a day on walking and cycling – Imagine what you could if you spent €1 million a day on health care and hospital services …. Imagine what you could do if essential cancer and health services were not shut down in 2020/21 – 3 Oct 2020
Programme for government: Will this one fly? – 15 June 2020
‘Reluctant banker’ lived his life to the maximum -11 April 2017
PAPER PROPHET Eamon Ryan – 17 Dec 2006
Thinking man’s Green looks to the Park – 17 Sept 2004
In recent years, Eamon has worked for a European climate organisation (www.e3g.org) and chaired the digital policy group in the Institute of International and European Affairs (www.iiea.com).