Irish Prime Minister pushes plan to slash cars and beef

While keeping the border open

Ireland’s openly homosexual East Indian Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar, is pushing a new “Climate Action Plan.”

This plan calls for a dramatic reduction of 20% of cars on Irish roads and 10% of cows on Irish farms in just eight years. The plan has not been approved by parliament, but Varadkar believes it will pass.

Leo Varadkar became Prime Minister of Ireland for a second time on December 17th as part of a deal between Fine Gael and Fianna Fail to rotate Prime Ministers. Varadkar has been the leader of Fine Gael since 2017.

“I’m determined that we should be the generation of politicians that passes on the planet in a better condition than we inherited it,” said Varadkar.

Ireland represents 0.06% of the world’s population. As China and India dramatically increase pollution, any reduction from Ireland will have no noticeable impact globally.

However, Varadkar’s party allows third-world economic migrants to pour into the country, increasing the demand for cars and beef. If Varadkar was genuinely concerned about the environment, he would shut the border. The main reason these new immigrants come is so they can live a more luxurious lifestyle and thus contribute to more pollution than they would have in their home nation.

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