Saturday September 26, 2020

The normalisation of obscenity

25th November, 2018

Imagine the excitement of thousands of forgotten Irish children holed up in emergency accommodation as Simon Coveney swore he would get them out by summer 2017. Imagine how they must feel now, nearly two years later, when they realise his cruel statements secured him a promotion.

He was made Tánaiste.The second most powerful man in government. Imagine what they must have felt when they realised they were nothing more than political cannon fodder for the normalisation...

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