Farmleigh Forum – “Put Ireland On YouTube”


Following consultations at Farmleigh House over the weekend between government TDs and several Irish business leaders and tax evaders it has been decided that the State will be put up on YouTube.

Speaking this morning, Acting Taoiseach Brian Cowen expanded on the proposal “The next hundred days are crucial” Mr Cowen said, pushing snooze on his ‘next 100 days’ clock for the 12th time in as many days. “It is planned that if the country gets enough views, the next step going forward will be to auction it on eBay to the highest bidder, possibly North Korea. It’s that serious, we’re fighting for our financial lives” he said.

In the meantime, citizens are being advised to contact relatives abroad and feign the symptoms of potato famine. “It worked in the 1840s which in all fairness was an actual potato famine and then again a bit in the 1970s, which I suppose in fairness was a class of a jobs famine so we should give it a lash again to try and counter the effects of this false famine caused by Lehmann Brothers Bank collapse going forward” said the Taoiseach.

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