The Irish Government has been ordered by Jean-Claude Junkers and his secret backers to hold a second referendum on the rejected Lisbon Treaty and to get it right this time.
A new con allowing all 26 European Union states to retain a neutered Commissioner is to be put to leaders at a summit meeting in Brussels later.
Irish Foreign Minister Michael Martin said the new con will work on the Irish and that a new group of three Super-Commissioners from France, Germany and England would be created to run the show while the ordinary Commissioners sat and twiddled their thumbs.
"We have to get agreement to these daft conclusions," Mr Martin said.
The Minister told RTE Radio: "That is a fundamental change. If agreed this evening, member states will be in a position to keep a non functioning commissioner each, post the ratification of Lisbon."