Batsh*t Crazy Green Party

Coach and Six

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TAOISEACH Micheál Martin and An Tanaiste Leo Varadker ignored a letter from a woman who was subjected to misogynistic abuse in a WhatsApp group set up by Green Party TD Brian Leddin.
Their failure to respond contrasts with EU President Ursula von der Leyen response to the woman through a spokesman, saying it ‘saddens’ her ‘to hear about the gender-based online targeting you have endured’.
Justice Minister Helen McEntee is to spearhead a new drive to tackle all forms of abuse against women in the wake of the killing of Ashling Murphy.
Not that their readers would notice, but The Oirish Daily Mail, despite being as British as Nigel Farage's nose hairs, should surely be able to spell our "vice PMs" name right. You'd wonder if they do it deliberately in a pathetic effort to let Paddy know who's boss.
 

MerchantOfEnnis

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Not that their readers would notice, but The Oirish Daily Mail, despite being as British as Nigel Farage's nose hairs, should surely be able to spell our "vice PMs" name right. You'd wonder if they do it deliberately in a pathetic effort to let Paddy know who's boss.
Yes, it's a real kick in the teeth to the Irish people for a paper to incorrectly spell the traditional Irish name of Varadkar
 

TheOutdoorThreadmill

Poster of Savage Greatness.
Not that their readers would notice, but The Oirish Daily Mail, despite being as British as Nigel Farage's nose hairs, should surely be able to spell our "vice PMs" name right. You'd wonder if they do it deliberately in a pathetic effort to let Paddy know who's boss.
I doubt it, because any Paddy worth his salt wouldn't dream of reading the Daily Mail. It is Sound_y's level however.
 

Coach and Six

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Lee O'Varadkar?
Facepalm, m8. Don't pollute An Fíor Teanga with the Queen's V's and K's. People have been disappeared in Gaeltachtaí for less.
It's Laoi Ó bhFaracharr.

Translates to 'Leo of the Far Away Car'. His cave ancestors used to pretend they had a horse drawn carriage but neighbours never saw it.
The family used to be pretend it was parked a few hills away. Like the way he pretends a decent health service is just over the next hill.

#Proccers4Truth
 
The issue is kind of the same, though. Hydrogen cars are effectively electric as well, but they use a fuel cell rather than a battery. You're still requiring pretty much all of the world's copper production to make the change.
To change all the world's cars to hydrogen?
Tbh it will be have to be a more gradual change. The first step will be to produce it and the next would be to change freight and busses to it.
 

Roxetten

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Always be wary of people touting magic solutions to tackle climate change :

Shell’s massive carbon capture facility in Canada emits far more than it captures, study says.​


Surprise, surprise Shell are cunts.
Tbh making hydrogen from non renewable sources is a pile of shit. The whole process needs to be linked together. Off shore windfarms providing electricity when it's windy and hydrogen with the surplus then use the surplus for hard-to-decarbonize sectors like trucking, airplanes and as a store of electricity.
 
I thought it had to be a windup but nope, the Green Party want to reintroduce Wolves into Ireland.

Yep, you read that right, Wolves!

They've had some nutty policies over the years but even by their "standards", this one has to take the biscuit.
Well, at least until they campaign to reintroduce Bears here I guess

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/pol...olves-to-be-reintroduced-to-ireland-1.4036692

"Green Party leader Eamon Ryan has called for wolves to be reintroduced in Ireland almost 250 years after the species became extinct in Ireland.

Mr Ryan said he believed that wolves should have a place in Ireland’s environment and would contribute positively to the ecosystem and the State’s national habitat."
Why do you have such a hard on for Oliver Cromwell, Soundy??

If you were really opposed to his policies you'd be fully behind this plan to reintroduce the wolf, you ignominious Roundhead!!


IT IS well known that Oliver Cromwell and his supporters spelt trouble for the native Irish, but their arrival also took a fatal toll on the Irish wolf population, according to a book published this week.

In it, Kieran Hickey of NUI Galway says the major push to rid Ireland of wild wolves came during the Cromwellian government in the 1650s, with legislation and bounties to kill them off.

While the Irish themselves did not fare so well back then, there were so many wolves in Ireland that settlers from England and Scotland referred to their new home as “Wolf-Land”.

Very substantial bounties for wolf-kills led to systematic hunting until large areas were devoid of wolves through the late 1600s, says Dr Hickey. In an essay in Lost and Found II: Rediscovering Ireland’s Past, Dr Hickey says professional wolf-hunters came to Ireland to carry out the extermination, and those granted land had to kill wolves or face fines. In 10 years of research, he has amassed 500 references to wolves in history, archaeology and folklore, indicating the wolf had been in Ireland for at least 20,000 years.
 

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