A ‘security fence erected at Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly’s home

A new 6ft wooden fence built outsideMinister for Health Stephen Donnelly’s house. Prompted, it is claimed,  by ‘a number of incidents’ which apparently included items being thrown at windows and left on the doorstep.



You decide.

Security fence set up at health minister’s home as Government denies confusion over lockdown (Irish Examiner)


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25 thoughts on “On The Fence

  1. TypeONegative

    Its ugly and I mean I’m no fan of most politicians, but even the biggest sillies shouldn’t be harassed at their home, which I can believe has happened. I presume he has kids.

    1. millie bobby brownie

      Precisely. I really felt for Hazel Chu when she detailed the kind of abuse and threats her family had received in the past, particularly in the last year or so.

      Stephen Donnelly is no favourite of mine but if people have made threats against his family (and I’d well believe they have – the mob has past form) then he’s absolutely entitled to ensure they feel safe.

      1. Ida

        I dont believe that objects were thrown at his house. If its true, we would have heard about it weeks ago

    1. Brother Barnabas

      I just stand on an upturned bucket and throw little plastic bags of dog plops at this front door

        1. Brother Barnabas

          PM me your address and I’ll pop round and give you the full treatment

          roar some obscenities at the kids too, if you like

      1. Joe

        Based upon your post, demonstrably, surprisingly for your self, going around collecting little bags of doggie doings and tossing them or yourself at Donnelly’s door will do zero, zippo and nothing at all to remove him or his fellow FFFGGP clowns from government.
        Try getting politically organised and convince your fellow citizens of the merits of your arguments and use voting to oust the useless Donnelly’s of the world. P.S. we live in a democracy make it work!

  2. Charger Salmons

    Jaysus, the state of that road in the bottom right.
    I’d say Slaphead’s fence will last longer than that.

  3. Otis Blue

    Back in the day, controversial Fianna Fáil Justice Minister and future Haughey nemesis, Sean Doherty had a four foot wall built – at the taxpayers expense – around his Roscommon home for ‘security reasons’.

    Dismissing the public controversy, the Doc joked that the wall was to keep his pint sized FF colleague, Seamus Brennan from ‘looking in’.

  4. AssPants

    We are all entitled to feel safe in our own homes; but it seems Mr Donnelly is more entitled than others given that tax payers funds was use to pay for the fence.

  5. johnny

    “Let me be by myself in the evenin’ breeze
    And listen to the murmur of the cottonwood trees
    Send me off forever, but I ask you please
    Don’t fence me in”


    David Byrne – Don’t Fence Me In.

    The minister needs reveal his clients,i was expecting Erick Prince,Big Pharma,Big Tobacco and chemical companies,nah it was health care and government,that Pete had captured with McKinsey.


    revealed recently:

    “Every day at 5 p.m., top officials from the French health ministry tune in to one of many daily meetings set up to oversee the rollout of vaccinations. What’s different about this Zoom call is that it’s not chaired by a civil servant, but by a consultant from McKinsey & Company.”


    ..this morning NYT.

    -As France raced to complete a complex blueprint in December for vaccinating its population against the coronavirus, the government quietly issued millions of euros in contracts to the consulting giant McKinsey & Company.
    The contracts, which were not initially disclosed to the public..-


    i think he’s gonna need more fence.

  6. Bertie Ahern

    I wounder does he have planning permission. Height restrictions to 1.2m to the front of a house without planning permission.

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