Leave her, Juncker!

This morning.

Phoenix Park, Dublin

President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker with President and Sabina Higgins during a courtesy call to Aras an Uachtarain on the second day of his official visit to Ireland.

Oily fupper.

Yesterday: Ireland’s Most Powerful Man Meets Taoiseach

Sam Boal/RollingNews


Croke Park, Dublin

Jean-Claude Juncker (centre) with, from left: Henry Shefflin, Phil Hogan (European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development), Simon Coveney, and President of the GAA John Horan.



10 thoughts on “Hands Off

  1. Dr.Fart MD

    phuckin phil hogan is one of the very worst. he was detrimental to ireland while in gov. and as an EU Commissioner he’s positively nuclear. the man would kill his own mother if the EU wanted him to.

  2. Emily Dickinson

    Seems to me that the EU and its officials have been very supportive of Ireland. It’s certainly some contrast with the attitude of the likes of Boris and IDS and the lanky dude with the top hat. If we didn’t have the EU behind us, Ireland would be pure collateral damage in the Brexit fallout.

    1. Ollie Cromwell

      No-one can bate the Irish for genuflecting and fawning over an unelected drunk whose aim is more power and control over nation states just as populist uprisings in many of them are moving in exactly the opposite direction.
      Mind you the Irish political and media establishment did just the same thing when they were rode up the hole during the bank bailout.
      I think it must be the centuries of British rule and the generations of kow-towing to the Catholic church which has bred into the Irish psyche this desire to be subservient.
      It’s certainly making them the laughing stock of Europe.
      And I mean Europe and not the EU and their career politicians with their snouts in the trough like Phil Hogan.
      Get up off your knees lads and show a bit of guts,just like you did with the Lisbon Treaty.
      Well,the first one anywahaay !

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