This afternoon.

United Nations, New York, United States.

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar addresses the Nelson Mandela Pea Summit.

Snow peas or sugar snap peas: will we ever reach consensus?

Taoiseach hails Good Friday Agreement in UN speech (RTÉ)

35 thoughts on “Mandela Effect

  1. dav

    what’s the major horn for being on the security council? Does Leo think this will be his “legacy”? Doesn’t he know his failure to help the homeless will be remembered long after this UN stupidity ends..

    1. Rob_G

      Yes, Leo should be held responsible for FG’s foreign relations policy from when he was four years’ old…

    1. johnny

      Simon Coveny who’s also on this trip,is shockingly articulate,bright and quite funny and witty in person,he’s extremely personable and likable.Enda hammed it up a little too much for my taste,was always grinning and playing to the cheap seats, lacked gravitas.

      Dennis O’Brien is rumored to be in NY meeting with Citibank his advisors on the proposed Digicel bond swap, probably just a coincidence…………

        1. johnny

          …they all have get back for a vote on housing tomorrow,probably a little unlikely they have much time for DOB on this visit….

  2. rotide

    Nice headline.

    Speaking of which, The Mandela Effect proves beyond all reasonable doubt that there really are people who are too stupid to vote.

    1. Ollie Cromwell

      Of course there are also some people so stupid they need to be told to vote a second time to produce the required result …

      1. Brother Barnabas

        do you realise that every time you repeat that erroneous claim you make yourself look a little bit thicker?

        1. Ollie Cromwell

          The day Ireland died of shame old cock.
          Whipped into line by a now-disgraced French martinet.
          But it laid the groundwork for the Troika to steamroller through Ireland’s soul and make future generations pick up the tab for the cowardice and ineptitude of their elected politicians.

          1. scottser

            Keep it up old bean, the 6 will be ours sooner than you think. Please tell your lot not to burn anymore buildings down in belfast though,we might need them, you see we’re not.that great at building stuff ourselves. Slainte

          2. Ollie Cromwell

            The six will be yours soon ?
            I certainly hope so.You’re more than welcome to them.
            People in Blighty don’t give a toss about Ireland,north or south.
            Frankly most Brits think both sides of the border are frequented by bigoted,retarded dunces best left to killing each other in huge numbers.
            Frankly they even prefer the Scots to the Paddies.
            Trouble is according to every poll that has been done people in Ireland don’t want the six counties and a majority of Catholics in the North prefer to stay in the UK.
            And let’s be honest 30 years of killing by the RA didn’t bring a united Ireland one centimetre closer.
            But dream on as you change your Wolfe Tone CD.

        1. Ollie Cromwell

          I am wealthy.I cannot deny it.Please don’t judge me for having a few bob.I did work hard for it.Unfashionable as it now seems.

          1. jusayinlike

            Tell us again how many pyrite filled shoe boxes you bought with your “fortune”..

            Flipping gaffs always ends in tears..

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