This morning.

The Liberties, Dublin 8

Taoiseach Micheál Martin visiting Oliver Bond flat complex to meet with local community activists.

The complex was the centre of a ‘scandal’ over the weekend as over 100 people gathered for a rave in the sports ground, which included a live DJ and alleged ‘illegal drug use’.

Sam Boal/RollingNews

18 thoughts on “Bond Villains

  1. Gabby

    The Oliver Bond residents don’t get visits from a Taoiseach too often. I hope their community activists shared the residents’ general socio-economic concerns with the distinguished visitor. There are several other similar concerned communities around the capital city.

    1. Cú Chulainn

      Save me the concerned residents… it’s the people who live in their free city centre apartments that turn these places in to poo holes.. that’s the truth of it and the sooner we pack them up and send them to Letterfrack the better..

      1. Gabby

        Sending them to Letterfrack would be a tame solution. There are no Brothers around there anymore. Send them to…?

        1. Cú Chulainn

          Hmmm.. I guess anywhere in the bog really.. but, once the new border is in the Irish Sea and loads of those unionists go home, there could be plenty of space for them up there.. couldn’t think of anything nicer for all them..

      1. SOQ

        Someone having an opinion Bisted doesn’t agree with = zealot so.

        Except zealots are the one who will not tolerate difference of opinion so there is a certain irony to that barbed comment.

    1. SOQ

      Yup notice how all the pictures are now of wearing muzzles- even though they are socially distanced and outdoors. No science to back it up of course but sure science died in March 2020.

      It used to be ‘keep the recovery going’- now it is ‘keep the fear going’.

  2. Johnny Green

    -its like Tijuana with shrines to dead criminals in vacant state owned apartments,tear the whole place down,its a dangerous kip, the govt willfully lost control off it.

    “..despite huge numbers on council waiting lists, the apartment in Dublin’s Oliver Bond flats ­complex still remains vacant.

    There are pensioners and people with arthritis living in flats near the Kinahan’s old home and it would be much better suited for their needs.

    The flat is in excellent condition because people are being paid to clean it.”


    shaken not stirred,perhaps MI5 knows why the flat off one its reputed agents dead mother, is still vacant and a warning sign to Irish citizens, of organized crimes power and reach in Dublin and London.

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