A woman blinded by a scumbag who threw an egg from a moving car, a horse set alight by "feral youths" in Tallaght, a homeless man burnt alive in his sleeping bag in the Phoenix Park. All horror strories that have featured in the news in recent weeks.
In the case of the "feral youths", as described by The Herald, children as young as 12 to 14 years old have been flinging petrol bombs at each other in pitched battles, if that not entirely reliable publication is to be believed.
If it's true, it would make you wonder about the feral scumbag parents who brought such feral scumbag devilspawn into the world.
"What did you do today, Johnny?".
"I threw a few petrol bombs at people and set a horse on fire, ma".
"That's nice, love".
The really worrying thing about all this is Ireland's demographic. Paddy and Mary are still popping out vile brats like there is some kind of demand for them.
I suppose this goes back to the days when the Catholic Church held sway on "moral" issues, contraceptives were an illegal novelty, and people were encouraged to breed without any responsibility once the urchin had vacated the womb.
Maybe the way forward here is to hold parents to account for the actions of their offspring? Or surely if they are unaware of the activities or their children, as they roam wild during school hours, they should at least be done for negligence?
Why should their kids be everyone else's – plus the odd horse's – problem?
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