Will Brussels Reward Ulster’s Dublin Enemy With High Office?

A dangerous man, that Dublin ranter, Simon Coveney, infamous for his arrogance…


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….for sticking his insolent snout into British internal affairs…

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“..there can be no British-only direct rule. That is the Irish government’s position.”


Always remember he made it his mission to thwart Britain’s deliverance from the Fourth Reich…

Neither Forgive Nor Forget Eire’s Malevolence! 

Presumably that’s what EUObserver meant when it called him a Brexit specialist.



But others remember him rather more accurately, as a nasty trouble-maker, as eager to collaborate with the Fourth Reich as De Valera was with the Third Reich.

Others, like Steve Aiken, the Unionist MLA, who identified ‘Leo Varadkar and his Tánaiste’ Simon Coveney as the bad neighbours who  had been “unhelpful…on many occasions they have racked up tensions that did not deserve to be there”.


And now Coveney reckons he’ll get his reward for all that anti-Ulster endeavour, ‘following the recent resignation of Phil Hogan for flouting anti-coronavirus restrictions.

The swine’s not backward at coming forward!

I’m not ruling myself out but this is subject to a decision of the Taoiseach [prime minister] and party leaders…”


True Brits on Ulster and the mainland will watch with interest, but not too concerned.

The EUSSR is an enemy entity.



 One more or one less ratbag among theEuro-Commissars will not make that much difference.