El Presidente is to visit Cuba

General Urko

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As part of a state visit to The Americas, President Higgins will visit Cuba and Colombia and Peru nex month.

https://twitter.com/IrishTimes/status/824721240380280832

I cannot think of anybody who could possibly enjoy being President of this great little republic more!
And if Dracula Hillary visited China as president and he was never directly elected as president way back why shouldn't our current President visit Cuba now!

'Con la simpatico': President Higgins is first to sign book of condolences for Castro

Irish president rejects criticism over his comments on Fidel Castro's death - The Irish News

https://www.rte.ie/news/2016/1126/834591-castro-higgins-leaders/
 


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Must be for a Commie refresher course is it?

Can't see why Cuba would give that non entity a minute.

Or just maybe he'll talk about human rights issues in Cuba.
 
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Airbnb is allowed in Cuba, but outlawed here.
El Presidente Leprechaun is probably going out there to smack Raul around and tell him how a real socialist republic should be run.
 

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Airbnb is allowed in Cuba, but outlawed here.
El Presidente Leprechaun is probably going out there to smack Raul around and tell him how a real socialist republic should be run.
I used AirBNB 4 weeks ago there.
 

General Urko

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Airbnb is allowed in Cuba, but outlawed here.
El Presidente Leprechaun is probably going out there to smack Raul around and tell him how a real socialist republic should be run.
AFAIK certain aspects of airbnb are restricted here or will be as they are in other European countries but it is not banned outright and nor should it be!
 

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Sure why wouldn't he visit cuba, he loves it apparently, so much so that he gave his condolences, to the tyrant castro.Its funny how none of these western commie loving folk ever live in any of the countries they claim to love so much, i wonder why that is.
 

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I hope the media will press Higgins on the appalling human rights record of Cuba and stress he needs to raise it with the regime. If he was meeting Trump one can only imagine the nose bleeds of the It reading set.
 

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Nothing like a bit of winter sun in deepest February.
Nicely timed, Mick.
Have a Bacardi on us.
 

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Does sex still trump baseball as the national sport/past time?petunia
Wait, I was referring to Ireland. I was in Ireland.

As for Cuba, I'll be there this summer for the first time.
 

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Excellent idea by MDH.

We are aligning ourselves with other banana republics who run out of money before running out daft pretensions.

Somebody get the midget a one way ticket.
 

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Airbnb is allowed in Cuba, but outlawed here.
El Presidente Leprechaun is probably going out there to smack Raul around and tell him how a real socialist republic should be run.
Airbnb illegal here? Since when?
 

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Razorblade: Its funny how none of these western commie loving folk ever live in any of the countries they claim to love so much, i wonder why that is.
It's funny how none of these western capitalism loving folk ever live in Haiti or Bangladesh or any of the countries they claim to love so much, I wonder why that is.
 

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Since the law declared that you need commercial (not residential) planning.
Hence it's illegal to operate airbnb from a normal residential property,
That doesn't make it illegal. Shops aren't illegal in Ireland, but you cant open a shop anywhere you like. Driving isn't illegal in Ireland but you do need a license.
 

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That doesn't make it illegal. Shops aren't illegal in Ireland, but you cant open a shop anywhere you like. Driving isn't illegal in Ireland but you do need a license.
Like I said in an earlier post, I was being facetious.
But you know what I mean.
 


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