Enda Kenny has today travelled to Paris to attend a conference on youth unemployment in Europe.
The Taoiseach is to deliver a keynote speech to the young people of Europe, outlining how they should just “shut up moaning and leave, sooner rather than later.”
Kenny is spreading his message of youth emigration across Europe and is showing how attacking young people through social welfare cuts and exploiting them through internship schemes, can really encourage them to leave and this greatly reduces a country’s overall expenditure.
Kenny will be joined by Minister for Social Protection, Joan Burton, as she hasn’t got a f*cking clue what she’s doing either.
The Conference on Youth Employment in Europe was organised by French President Hollande’s administration to help “maintain political momentum behind addressing the youth employment challenge”.
The key function of the event is to try to appear as if governments are doing something for the European youths, when in reality their collective decisions to shrink the economy through viscous cuts, will guarantee youth unemployment remains staggeringly high.
Kenny will be advising young people around Europe to go to places like Australia, New Zealand and Canada, so that they can “stop pestering their governments” and let them get back to attacking sick children and the elderly.