Meanwhile, At The Department Of Social Protection



This morning, around 11.

Gandon House, Amiens Street, Dublin 1

Colm Keegan tweetz:

See this? Poster says ‘The Homeless are not just for Christmas’

Previously: Invest in Spikes & Fending For Himself

29 thoughts on “Meanwhile, At The Department Of Social Protection

      1. Dόn Pídgéόní

        Yes, it can be.

        Or his point is probably that people should remember homeless people all year round, not just at Xmas.

        1. Anomanomanom

          Ah I’d rather a dog, less feeding, looking afterward it is easier and it cleans it’s self.

  1. Avon Barksdale

    Is that a poster for ants? I doubt ants care about the situation in fairness, they’ve a fair bit to be dealing with themselves

  2. Dav

    blushirts feel that the homeless should pull themselves up by their bootstraps, because that happens in real life, not in a thatcherite/republican wet dream

  3. Tish Mahorey

    Irish people used to care about others as well as themselves.

    Now the country is full of selfish individualistic people who have no idea what good citizenship means. Most of the Fine Gael voters are like that.

    1. ahjayzis

      “Irish people used to care about others as well as themselves.”

      When, exactly? When we were imprisoning fallen women or when we were beating the sh1te out of kids? The last time we elected a left-wing government?

    2. scottser

      from earliest recorded times irish people have enslaved each other. we had a complex but watertight system that created wealth at the expense of others but also a system of protected indenture for when you faced absolute poverty. this is our unique cultural flaw – we are too willing to screw each other over, and too many of us are happy to be screwed over.

    3. Kieran NYC

      Like when you cared when you frog-marched democratic canvassers out of your estate for having a different point of view?

      Back under your bridge.

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