You appear to be suggesting that half the country are engaged in the equivalent of a modern version of the moving statues epidemic.
The assault takes place in front of a Garda Siochana (a guardian of the peace) who does nothing.
Further you know no more about the content of the order that was being acted upon than anyone else ie you have no knowdge of whethwr the eviction was legal or not. There are some suggestions that it wasn’t ie that it only named the person who is said to have accumulated the debt …and that his two siblings with whom he lived and co-owned the premises we’re illegally dragged from their home (by the ears) and fucked into the street…again in front of Gardai
Anyway regardless of the legalities, the extent of moral hazard dating back to 2008 that has underwritten every other financial decision taken by the people who run Ireland since then, to include the various consequence such as periods of mass unemployment, mass emigration, a suicide epidemic, homelessness epidemic and depleted public services can be traced back to that date.
It simply seems to be the case that some people have decided that what’s good for the goose is good for the gander …and they seem to have a lot of support