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IrelandIreland — The walking dead

The Irish political paradigm is shattered.  Deservedly so.  The two political parties whose only difference is what side they fought on in a civil war 100 year ago thoroughly deserve to die.  They are sclerotic at the top and based on corrupt family political dynasties at the base. Ireland, which lays claim to higher GDP…

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