The Irish government has said it fully supports a proposed treaty to give the WHO legally binding authority over Irish laws should any new pandemic or variant emerge. So neither the Irish government nor the Irish people will have any recourse against the diktats of an unelected international body in the future.
As of 15th March 2022, a total of 19,869 reports of vaccine adverse reactions including 110 deaths have been reported to the HPRA. Where are the investigations? Where is the media? Where is the accountability for all this?
Since the inception of the Irish State we have always held a position of neutrality in wars between other countries. However our government now seeks to abandon this rational position to appease international bodies such as the EU and NATO. War is always horrific and it is always the people that suffer, taking sides only escalates and prolongs it.
The right to own your own home is enshrined in the Irish constitution. The Irish government is now feverishly working to remove this constitutional right through its 'Right to housing' bill. Again this is being sold to the Irish people as something needed to help protect people, it is not. Abolition of private property is a central tenet of communism and the WEF's 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.. "You will own nothing."
The financial system as we know it is imploding. We can all now see the crippling inflation starting to take effect in our daily lives. The economic reset is now being openly discussed. Digital passports tied to controllable central bank digital currency, an end to cash and a universal basic income are all on the way as the 'solutions'. Our rights to work, earn a living and live as we see fit are quickly disappearing.
Our ability to hold a different opinions and openly disagree are quickly disappearing. The Irish goverment's proposed hate speech legislation marketed as 'protecting people' will eventually result in outlawing dissenting opinions on government policies. Our right to freedom of expression is under threat.
Hold The Line Galway hold a placard event every Sunday at 1pm on the Headford Road by the Galway shopping Centre.
Hold The Line Limerick hold a placard event every Sunday at 2pm outside Cresent Shopping Centre.
Hold The Line Nenagh hold a placard event every Saturday at 2pm beside Dunnes Stores.