The Sustainable Republic of Ireland

March 2, 2009 § 1 Comment

2c5628ebc615cffc63307ff1a2b56a47France Culture phoned last week and asked, In what kind of dwellings will Irish people be living in 2029?

I had a think about this and if you speak French, the result of these thoughts were broadcast on Station Meteo .

Basically, I believe that by 2015 Ireland will go bankrupt. Foreign capital all fled, nothing for revenue but tourism, of the green, responsible variety, naturlich.

No more cars by 2020

Citizens encouraged to travel by traditional means.

No more electricity by 2022. First Zero Emission nation applauded by the world,

2025 – citizens live in underground bunkers so as not to the spoil the sumptuous views of our nation’s majestic lakes and enchanting mountains for ethical tourists.

They will eats spuds grown in public allotments and boiled in rainwater collected in big tanks.

Pigs and cattle in the living room provide adequate heat after the Home Fire ban of 2019.

A true symbiosis of man and nature and complete respect for the environment.

Viva the Sustainable Republic of Ireland.


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§ One Response to The Sustainable Republic of Ireland

  • shudak says:

    i understand the sarcasm but what a wealthy nation that would be in 2025– wealthy not in consumer goods or single-use plastic containers, but wealthy in support and social cohesion

    …as i imagine it would take such cohesion and social support to pull out of the trend of civilization

    …which makes it all the more impressive

    captivating, my friend

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