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Laurel & Hardy to appear at the London School of Economics on Monday 11th March 2013.


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Ireland: Economic Recovery and the EU Presidency - Stability, Jobs & Growth

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LSE public lecture

Date: Monday 11 March 2013
Time: 3-4pm
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Enda Kenny
Chair: Peter Sutherland

Enda Kenny is Taoiseach (Prime Minister) of Ireland, a position he has held since March 2011. He has been the Leader of Fine Gael since June 2002 and has represented the people of Mayo as a Fine Gael member of Dáil Éireann since 1975. He served as Minister for Tourism and Trade from 1994 - 1997. He was also Vice-President of the European People’s Party from 2006-2012.

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Laurel and Hardy were funny.

Suds and his puppet are not funny.
 

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Ah yes. . .Kenny will get to walk through the privilege of the LSE. . . Just like Bertie in his fantasy student days.
 

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I wonder will Bertie Ahern be on looking for a ticket for an old ex-alumnus. Scruffy little git wouldn't be allowed in Kensington never mind the LSE.
 

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Enda talking about Job creation?!
 

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Oh, I thought you were promoting your show. Sorry.
 

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LSE? Jasus, the most left wing establishment in the UK. Stanley and Oliver should get a warm reception.
 

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I'll be just down the road, I should pop over and heckle..
Well you were only bemoaning a lack of what you saw as the 'authentic' old Irish characters around the place a week or so ago on some thread or other.

There's a fine pair of old style Irish appearing at this event. A Mayo schoolteacher and an overweight gombeen man who is anybody's for a 'pinshin'.
 

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[h=2][/h] I was just reading something about multi-millionaire Peter Sutherland, and the fact that he got a pension of 50 grand a year from the state for his time as Attorney General in one of Garret Fitzgerald's short lived government in the 1980's.

50K a year, every year, of taxpayers money to the former chairman of BP, and non-executive director of Goldman Sachs.

Nice "work" if you can get.

 

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Wonderfull combination that demonstrates the power of international capital if it can find a local village idiot to mouth its agenda, remember little enda could not even smell the presence of dennis obrien on the rostrum at wall st.
 

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[h=2][/h] I was just reading something about multi-millionaire Peter Sutherland, and the fact that he got a pension of 50 grand a year from the state for his time as Attorney General in one of Garret Fitzgerald's short lived government in the 1980's. 50K a year, every year, of taxpayers money to the former chairman of BP, and non-executive director of Goldman Sachs. Nice "work" if you can get.
While at the same time arguing for cutbacks for everybody else!!!!!! Isn't life just grand

Peter Sutherland urges 'hard decisions' - RTÉ News
 

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Sutherland mirrors the bogus economic ethics of st. Garret, who did not pay his debts to the banks and lost money investing in ukrainian knickers.
 

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Don't worry, Enda is just having a "dizzy spell" just like Stan Laurel in the clip linked below,
Peter 'Oliver Hardy' Sutherland will soon put him right.

YouTube
 

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Strange to think that Enda was already a seasoned TD when Suds' future career at Goldman Sachs, British Petroleum, and RBS was just a twinkle in his eye.
 

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Sutherland mirrors the bogus economic ethics of st. Garret, who did not pay his debts to the banks and lost money investing in ukrainian knickers.
Funny you should make that point ... from AbeBooks

Institute of European Affairs : Garret Fitzgerald, Bertie Ahern, John Bruton, Alan Dukes, Pádraig Flynn, Peter Sutherland
Llc, Books
9781155863146
ISBN 10: 1155863143 / 1-155-86314-3
ISBN 13: 9781155863146

Publication Date: 2010'

That is some parcel of chancers.
 

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LSE? Jasus, the most left wing establishment in the UK. Stanley and Oliver should get a warm reception.
Hope this group are out in force that day to boo the fascist parasites off the stage.

Hayek Society

You are right about the LSE in general, it's still the Fabian society's think tank from 100 years ago. Poor Hayek had a terrible time there, practically bullied and shunned by his champagne socialist colleagues.

Laurel & Hardy are well suited to that kip.
 
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