The latest Irish joke. Ban private cars and import a million third-world refugees

Someone tell me this is fake news. But who would you have the imagination to make it up?

“Nudge” policies such as huge tax hikes, as well as bans and red tape outlined in the plan, will pave the way to a “vibrant” Ireland of zero carbon emissions by 2050 according to the government, which last year committed to boost the country’s 4.7 million-strong population by a further million with mass migration.

“We are going to change how electricity is produced and consumed, how our homes and workplaces are heated; the way we travel; the types of vehicles we purchase; and how food is produced.

“It’s about vibrant, populated city centres, liveable, with excellent amenities and transport as we embrace higher densities.”

What could go wrong?

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36 Responses to The latest Irish joke. Ban private cars and import a million third-world refugees

  1. stackja

    Ireland lost the plot years ago.

  2. cuckoo

    Q: What did the Irish use for transport before donkey carts?
    A: Cars.

  3. tombell

    didn’t know Jim Jones was Irish.

  4. stackja

    Some History
    #3049221, posted on June 22, 2019 at 12:10 pm
    This doesn’t sound good. The totalitarian express.

    ‘Climate Emergency’: Ireland Set to Ban Private Cars While Planning Mass Third World Migration

  5. Karabar

    One might have thought that the micks had regained their sanity when they got rid of Mary Robinson, but apparently it just got worse.

  6. None

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  7. None

    oops sorry it copied almost everything

  8. None

    And also on the wrong thread but what I was going to write here is that perhaps all those Irish jokes had an element of Truth in them.

    Maybe now we can ban stupid Irish from migrating here. As it is they will be unskilled migrants incapable of even driving or dealing with a 21st century high tech world.

  9. George Gell

    In accordance with Irish logic, they will also phase in a change of the side of the road they drive on. First year trucks on the right side and the next year buses and private vehicles ( probably donkey carts then) on the right side too.
    They will not need refugees. Tourists will flock there to watch what happens.

  10. Tel

    http://tapnewswire.com/2015/10/agenda-21-becomes-agenda-2030-the-banning-of-private-cars/

    They want to get rid of every form of private transport. It’s happening in Europe and in America.

    It’s being pushed through the global warming myth.

    They claim it’s not just a local issue.

    ‘Cycling for all’ on the tfl.gov.uk website doesn’t say they’re banning the use of cars.

    Cycling awards for Waltham Forest, blocking roads.

    The public have not actually been consulted, but in the media they create the appearance of public participation.

  11. None

    The Irish gaystapo is manufacturing a man-made potato famine on the pretext of combating and man-made climate change that doesn’t exist. Demented.

  12. None

    Not fake news it’s been reported in Irish media and some policies have actually started https://m.independent.ie/au/news/environment/revealed-proposed-petrol-and-diesel-car-ban-in-towns-and-tax-hikes-how-climate-change-action-strategy-will-affect-you-38224591.html
    This is precisely the sort of s*** that Bill Shorten was pushing.

  13. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    And also on the wrong thread but what I was going to write here is that perhaps all those Irish jokes had an element of Truth in them.

    The Irish Government were informed that, as part of the conditions for their entry into the EEC, they would have to appoint a Commissioner of Human Rights and Equal Opportunity. The position was duly advertised – with separate pay scales for men and women…

  14. Dr Fred Lenin

    Shortage of psychiatrists in Eire is there ,run that past the Ravrind Ian Paisley see what his comments would be nit a bit supportive I think ,he. Euromania its a new globalite screated mental affliction ,and why is 2050 the cut off date for the insane ?

  15. Some History

    An Irish priest is driving down to New York and gets stopped for speeding in Connecticut. The state trooper smells alcohol on the priest’s breath and then sees an empty wine bottle on the floor of the car.

    He says, “Sir, have you been drinking?”

    “Just water,” says the priest.

    The trooper says, “Then why do I smell wine?”

    The priest looks at the bottle and says, “Good Lord! He’s done it again!”

  16. Texas Jack

    Did Lucy Turnbull also advise the Irish government?

  17. Twostix

    The old world establishment as typified by Clinton, Shorten, Turnbull, conservacorp conservatives, etc is a dead man walking.

    So on the way out they’re going to take us all out with them.

  18. Beachcomber

    When the homosexual PM of this ‘progressive’ Irish government tried to embarrass Trump during his visit, this was reported by the ABC-TASS media as if it somehow reflected badly on Trump. Quite the opposite.

  19. Twostix

    I mostly like the way that in the 90’s boomers declared history was over and that (super conveniently for them) all ideological battles were won so lets just concentrate on making money money money!

    Meanwhile, during the next 20 years as they renovated yet another outer suburb young family rental house to sell to Anyone But Their Own, the global bolsheviks (barely contained by the Greatest Generation) spread like wildfire unhindered.

    Now we’re in the midst of the beginning of a full blown cultural revolution that is definitely also moving into economic, industrial and agriculture.

    That retirement “rental portfolio” was definitely worth it!

  20. Jock

    If you think the Irish are bad the Scots are in the same league. Including the Tories they have 5 or 6 leftist parties. There is no one in the right. Tories regard them selves as conservative but Ruth Davidson is more a Malcolm Turnbull labor light .

  21. Fisky

    “Nudge” policies such as huge tax hikes, as well as bans and red tape outlined in the plan, will pave the way to a “vibrant” Ireland of zero carbon emissions by 2050 according to the government, which last year committed to boost the country’s 4.7 million-strong population by a further million with mass migration.

    This is a great illustration of how immigration is and has always been a statist program to reengineer the population. God, do “libertarians” look dumb now!

  22. Fisky

    It’s a package deal, libertarians. You don’t get to choose which part of the Leftist program to support. The Left are brilliant at salami-slicing the opposition. You enable one part, and you get all the rest.

  23. Mark M

    If only they had a carbon (sic) tax … (continued) …

    [Global warming] had significant impact on Amazon communities before arrival of Europeans

    https://archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.com/2019/06/climate-change-had-significant-impact.html#u5pq0ajOFblRh5dX.97

  24. mareeS

    This is why Eire deported its population when things became difficult: it is a difficult, hardscrabble place, and not much of a market for immigration unless you like stout, black pudding and great music.

    We love the place, but wouldn’t want to live there.

  25. The Countess

    Potato Famine Mark II
    Have they learned nothing from history?

  26. Squirrel

    “It’s about vibrant, populated city centres, liveable, with excellent amenities and transport as we embrace higher densities.”

    The sameness of the language employed by the globalists is almost spooky – it’s cut and paste with the name of the city being the only variant.

    Those who were taking notice had fair warning of the Irish version of hating the past and wanting to change everything from Father Ted, when he was memorably visited by protest singer Niamh Connolly, who delivered this gem –

    “The church in Ireland secretly had lots of potatoes during the famine, and they hid the potatoes in pillows and sold them abroad in potato fairs. And the Pope closed down a lot of the factories that were makin’ the potatoes and turned them into prisons for children.”

    To which Father Ted quite reasonably replied –

    “God almighty, she says that as if there’s something sinister about it all! I mean, what is the problem with her?”

  27. Lilliana

    Launching the plan in Dublin, leader Leo Varadkar outlined his vision for an Ireland of ‘higher density’ cities consisting of populations whose lifestyles and behaviours have been totally transformed by ‘carrot and stick’ policies outlined in the climate plan.

    “Our approach will be to nudge people and businesses to change behaviour and adapt new technologies through incentives, disincentives, regulations and information,” the globalist prime minister said.

    “We are going to change how electricity is produced and consumed, how our homes and workplaces are heated; the way we travel; the types of vehicles we purchase; and how food is produced.

    Unless you are one of the uber rich this is what is in store for us. Living cheek by jowl in high rise shoe boxes. Both parties having been ‘nudging’ us towards this for years. Import a mass of third worlders and transform our cities into concrete jungles. There will be no countryside just indrustiral farming. This is what India is doing as well (without the immigration). Pushing small farmers to urbanise. If you want to see the future visit any Asian mega city. Endless high rise boxes.

    It didn’t have to be this way. Our leaders should be in jail for treason, the bloody lot of them. Pack of globalist sellouts.

    As for the Irish – what a pack of morons. Anyone who has watched the fall of western Europe and still wants mass immigration needs to have their head read.

  28. Fisky

    The Irish are really dumb people, always late to the party and drawing the wrong conclusions. Just look at Paul Kelly!

  29. Infidel Tiger

    Humourless turds. Thankfully they will soon be wiped out.

  30. max

    Henry Louis Mencken:

    “Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard.”

    “A professional politician is a professionally dishonorable man.  In order to get anywhere near high office he has to make so many compromises and submit to so many humiliations that he becomes indistinguishable from a streetwalker.”

    Squirrel
    #3049521, posted on June 22, 2019 at 5:43 pm

    nice joke, thanks.

  31. max

    Squirrel
    #3049521, posted on June 22, 2019 at 5:43 pm

    sorry mistake it was :
    Some History
    #3049292, posted on June 22, 2019 at 1:03 pm

    Irish priest joke, thanks.

  32. Indolent

    The Irish are really dumb people, always late to the party and drawing the wrong conclusions. Just look at Paul Kelly!

    Just what do you think Bill Shorten’s push for electric cars was all about? Ireland is merely skipping that step.

  33. Robbo

    What could go wrong? Indeed. The plan is one concocted by a government, an Irish Government if you please, and goes against every commonsense argument available. Most sensible Irish citizens, i’m sure there are quite a few, must be wondering about whether to stay in their country and endure the insanity or just up sticks and migrate.

  34. Scott Osmond

    Well someone needs to run the grooming gangs. Obviously the locals won’t. What’s this vibrant fetish the lefty’s and conservative allies keep yapping about? Melbourne is a vibrant city. Home invasions, pregnant women being robbed and punched in the guts. All while poloticians and wealthy proffessionals shelter behind armed guards and gated communities? Diversity, streets full of shit and blood for thee and safety and plenty for me and mine. This sort of nonsense is what starts revolutions or in democracy’s gives you Trump style results.

  35. egg_

    I for one welcome our new Amish overlords.

  36. Rayvic

    Was the Irish government inspired by CSIRO’s Australian National Outlook 2019 report, that predicts household spending on electricity relative to incomes could decrease by 64 percent by 2060 and greenhouse emissions could be reduced to “net zero” by 2050?
    (Refer Judith Sloan’s review of the report in the 22-23 June 2019 Weekend Australian.)

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