The Mask My Father Wore


Orange Lodge members with PPE equipment to be distributed north and south

The Orange Institution has purchased what has been described as a ‘very significant’ shipment of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) which will be distributed across Northern Ireland and counties in the Republic of Ireland.

A large quantity of hand sanitizer along with tens of thousands of masks and aprons arrived at the weekend to be divided up around the 12 County Grand Lodges under the jurisdiction of the Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland.

The items will reach County Grand Lodge officers in the coming days from where they will be distributed via the Institution’s 108 District Lodges.

Orange Institution secures shipment of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) – Grand Orangle Lodge of ireland

Carlosfandango writes:

Well this wasn’t expected! Fair play in fairness…

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10 thoughts on “The Mask My Father Wore

    1. Dilbert

      I believe the hand sanitizer is a few decades old
      As for the masks I believe they were UVF knock offs

    2. Dilbert

      Iead There not a robbery a few weeks ago from a store holding face masks for the crumlin
      Children’s hospital in Dublin
      Not a joke

  1. Clampers Outside

    Fair dues? Oh it’s ‘dues’ alright, but not fair.
    They still gouge people by putting padlocks on gas meters and enforce additional charges on such utilities’ monthly bills.

    How this legalised(?) racketeering is allowed continue I will never know.

  2. scottser

    i presume this will all be distributed to orangemen and freemasons. it’s more ‘nya-nya, na-nya-nya’ than fair dues.

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