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The Danny Healy-Rae thing claims the fairy folk need to be battled to stop fatalities on Kerry roadsDanny Healy-Rae thing cla

Ireland's less classy answer to the Trump family are rolling and trolling again

Danny Healy-Rae claims fairy forts caused dip in Kerry road
Mr Healy-Rae yesterday said the road network passes through an extensive area of standing stones, stone circles and ancient monuments that is rich in folklore and fairy stories.... “That is what is responsible for the dip in the N22 which has occurred again, despite the council spending around €40,000 to repair it,” he said, adding that it needed to be addressed before a driver came across it suddenly and lost control.
I understand that he is the beast on the right:


What can be done about these Healy-Rae things, and what should be done ?

In "The Emergency" rogues that threatened the order were interned without trial , these trolls are an affront to reality itself, perhaps a forest in Kerry could be walled off and they and their brethren duly confined ?

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When will people realize that The Healy Rae's are smarter than any other politician?
 

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When will people realize that The Healy Rae's are smarter than any other politician?
If they are smarter than the average politician they are also either remarkably ignorant or shamefully cynical, they have a responsibility to lead the people and set a good example as well as represent them.
 

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'Deeper underlying Geotehnical/subsoil issues' sounds like flannel, in fairness.
 

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De Gays are responsible for road deaths!! :shock:
 

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Euro 2016: Half of Iceland's population believe that FAIRIES exist | Daily Star

https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2013/10/why-so-many-icelanders-still-believe-in-invisible-elves/280783/

Are not the Icelanders supposedly "Progressive" and "Cosmopolitan"? :rolleyes:

Belief in more subtle bodied beings existing in another dimension that interconnects with ours is pretty much universal. Generally people who don't believe in these beings do so because they are cut off from nature, both their own nature and that of the soil, water, plants and animals.

A lot of Southern Irish people are ever so worried about the English considering them to be "backwards" which leads them to embrace ridiculous concepts and deny their own rich heritage. This worry also illustrates a wretched effeminacy. Though I strongly disagree with them on a couple of things if given the opportunity I would definitely vote for the Healy Raes of whom I'm extremely fond of. One thing that I love about them is that they are real men totally unashamed of who they are. They couldn't care less about people thinking them "backwards".
 

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Fairy FORT. What is so odd about that? That's what Irish people call these archeological features.
 

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Healy-Reas firm has earned 8.7 million in state contracts.
 

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Its good to have a forum where comments from the fairies can be aired.
 

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So the obvious question here is .... has any member of the Healy-Rea family been involved in the last attempt to fix the dip or in line for the next attempt to fix the dip? :roll:
 

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Healy-Reas firm has earned 8.7 million in state contracts.
Are sure about that particular word, after all, they appear to have a lucrative family habit of selling their allegiance/vote/alliance to whomever is willing to hand them taxpayers money
 

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Are sure about that particular word, after all, they appear to have a lucrative family habit of selling their allegiance/vote/alliance to whomever is willing to hand them taxpayers money
All in a days work Gibby
 


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