Stephen’s Green, Dublin this afternoon.

Anti-seagull measures?

A movie about the ‘troubles’?

Or something more sinister.

Brian Cullen asks:

“Are we under attack?”


Colm O’Gorman (above) of Amnesty International Ireland calling for an end to the US arming of Israel.

(Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland)

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25 thoughts on “*tremble*

  1. Planet of the Missing Biros

    Just some more War commemoration / neutrality undermining / sneaking us into NATO stuff.

    1. Am i still On this Island

      We are not neutral! Stop repeating nonsense. In fact the Irish anti war movement took a court case as recently as 2003 and were told in no uncertain times Ireland is not neutral

      1. WhoAreYa

        Link please

        My understanding is they have a good case that they will be able to make if and when the War on Terror ends?

  2. Siobhan

    It’s Amnesty International, at Stephen’s Green to raise awareness about the conflict in Gaza.
    It’s a ten tonne armed personell carrier :-)

  3. mr lava lava

    Benny above there just beat me to it , its a Saracen APC* , which, given they were used in the north , I’d have me money down on someone filming something ‘troubles’ related.

    I’m not a tankspotter or anything , I just spent way too much time playing the Battlefield games , before they went crap anyway.

  4. postmanpat

    Ah the Seagull meme thing! never gets old. Heard the “hilarious” Bernard O’Shea on the radio with the “2 guys one girl (laughs at everything they say) banter formula show” on Sh!t FM this morning . funniest thing since all those Garth Brooks skits. What!!! they are still doing Garth Brooks skits? Where? funny!! Duhhhh …dribble…. where’s my Mrs Browns boys boxset ?…..durrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

  5. kurtz

    What an odd photo-op.

    Taken literally it reads as Colm O’Gorman commanding a vintage British Army APC festooned with 4th of July bunting mowing down guys in Batman t-shirts.

  6. B Bop

    Clueless tourists began popping their kids on it for a jolly sunny Dublin photo op.
    Seriousness of sad situation, fail.

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