Meanwhile, In Wexford

at

903561569035615090356161

Local Water charge protestors outside the second day of the Labour Party Think-In at White’s Hotel in Wexford town.

From top: William Duggan, Nikki O’Brien and various protestors outside the hotel on Abbery Street, Wexford this morning.

Meanwhile…Joan Burton under fire over ‘skin a cat’ remark (Independent.ie)

(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)

22 thoughts on “Meanwhile, In Wexford

    1. Del McG

      Either he has three hands or, judging by the sleeve of the phantom third arm, the late great Macho Man Randy Savage is protesting the water charges!

  1. ReproBertie

    Boycott of Irish Water? Do they mean don’t use any water supplied through the mains or just boycott the bills?

    1. ReproBertie

      ARAN will be getting an angry letter from Erectile Dysfunction Ireland for their use of the “firing off a stiff letter” remark along with their “on the rise in Ireland” comment.

      John Carmody needs to watch what he is saying next time he talks with reporters.

  2. Jock

    Literally the great work unwashed. The anti water core are really the most pathetic bunch. Irrational, ignorant and some of the thickest people in society.

    1. scottser

      and you sir, are a shining example of humanity, held aloft on broadsheet for us all to emulate and admire. one day jock, we all hope to be bigoted cretins like yourself. one day..

  3. Planet of the Missing Biros

    All you fools and your mocking of protesters.

    There might be little merit in protesting against water charges but the methods being used to introduce them are utterly dishonest. They are tricking people into giving them information they are not entitled to and don’t need to provide the service.

    If behave as though you don’t care, your government will take liberties with your liberties and chip away at your rights as a citizen to the point where you’ll be spending a thousand euro a month without even getting out of your bed. You’ll be paying for services which have become privatised over time and if you fail to pay, you’ll end up in a jail run by Tesco or Veolia.

Comments are closed.