I have mentioned this before, but after listening to the VB show tonight I am convinced. I feel it my duty as a citizen to act as a filter for what is coming from the Morris Tribunal, at least, perhaps taking in other Tribunals – and future Garda corruption. I feel a weblog should be dedicated to these issues. The power of weblogs is demonstrated by the fact that after my post linked to above, I was ranked third on Google, above Ireland.com for ‘Morris Tribunal’.
It would take quite a bit of time, but I feel if I can digest enough information I can turn around brief but concise posts on exactly what is happening.
Other blogs have been covering stuff, like TJ over in UCD, but wouldn’t it be better to pool resources with categorised posts?
The trouble with Ireland is that because of the sheer scale of the corruption, it is hard for any one person to keep up. Would anybody be interested in joining me in this task, a group weblog devoted to exposing corruption, and making what went on, and is going on, more accessible and understandable to the general public?