First Hold The Line in Killarney – April 23, 2022

Last Saturday I had the privilege of attending the first HTL in Killarney, Co. Kerry. The happening took place next to the Plaza Hotel. Participants holding signs with slogans lined up by the R877 road. They also handed out leaflets to interested drivers and pedestrians.
Video report and photo report are available below.

Killarney is another Irish city that has hosted Hold The Line. I wrote about other lines in previous posts. This initiative becomes a very popular form of reaching people with information inconvenient for the system. The next city where HTL will take place for the first time will be Kildare. More information on the upcoming protests can be found in the Events tab. The organizers are asking for your support and joining HTL. If you live in the area where the event is going to take place, take part in it. Don’t be passive!

Public Meeting in Limerick – 09.04.2022

A public meeting was held in Limerick on April 9, 2022. The topics of the meeting included homelessness in Ireland and property rights. The meeting was held in front of King John’s Castle. The speeches sparked a discussion between the participants of the meeting, customers of a nearby restaurant and random passers-by. A Garda car also stopped near the meeting, which left after a dozen or so minutes. You can see it all in the video report below. I also encourage you to comment and share my posts. Don’t be passive! Support independent media!

HTL in Galway is attracting more and more attention

More and more activists support HTL in Galway. The group has prepared many new information boards. Many drivers show support for activists by using car horns. Many pedestrians stop and discuss with protesters. Activists are distributing independent newspaper “The Irish Light”. They are also giving away important papers such as: 9 pages of adverse effects of the Pfizer gene therapy (so called vaccine). It is clear that the HTL in Galway is attracting more and more attention.

The organizers remind that HTL in Galway takes place every Sunday at 1 p.m. Activists meet at the Dunnes Stores parking lot on Headford Rd. Everyone is welcome.

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