First Hold The Line in Mullingar

New bolder information boards, great people, amazing information campaign. The first Hold The Line was held in Mullingar, Co. Westmeath.

On June 18, 2022, the first HTL took place on the R394 road in Mullingar. In the first part of the campaign, activists lined up with information boards near the Robinstown roundabout. After about an hour, they moved to the city hospital, where the second part of HTL was held. The event ended with a group photo at the Mullingar road sign.

New information boards caught my attention. The inscriptions on them were more expressive. More legible for drivers and pedestrians. The truth on the boards turned out to be very painful for Facebook reviewers. After adding the album of photos from this event to Facebook, my account was blocked for 7 days. This means HTL is becoming more and more inconvenient for the system.

I met a lot of great people during the live stream. Honest and courageous people. Many of them said a few words to the camera. You can hear their message by watching the video below. I would like to add from myself that it was an honor for me to be there with them. I thank them for fighting for truth and freedom.

Finally, I would like to add that an article about this HTL appeared on the Westmeath Examiner website. If you are interested, please visit this address: https://www.westmeathexaminer.ie/2022/06/18/what-were-doing-today-is-sharing-the-truth/?fbclid=IwAR11liUUIF4RTYi3EZiuQvoqcjz05_d9JRJW_6HF_B1E01bnxN02E0bn

I also appeal for physical support for the Hold The Line movement in Ireland. All you have to do is select HTL in your area and join the event. Activists have many information boards and leaflets. Everyone is welcome. To check where the nearest HTL will be, just go to the Events tab on my blog or visit the Sovereign People website.

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HTL in Killarney, Tralee and Kenmare

The Hold The Line movement in Ireland is becoming more and more popular. Activists with information boards, leaflets and newspapers appear in other cities. In this post, I want to show you a short video and photos from HTL that took place in three cities: Killarney, Tralee and Kenmare. The activists did a great job there. See for yourself.

I also appeal for physical support for the Hold The Line movement in Ireland. All you have to do is select HTL in your area and join the event. Activists have many information boards and leaflets. Everyone is welcome. To check where the nearest HTL will be, just go to the Events tab on my blog or visit the Sovereign People website.

Please also share my posts. Social media censors my work all the time, so I really need your help. And if you feel that my job is needed and would like to support me financially, you can make a donation here. Thank you with all my heart and see you soon.

Link to the video in BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/video/fOIPlO2LPLD8/

The first HTL in Wexford

It was another great information campaign. The activists did an amazing job. Local residents received many leaflets and newspapers. The first Hold The Line was held in Wexford.

It all started after 3 o’clock. Activists lined up an intersection at the entrance to Wexford Bridge. As always, they informed the local community through information boards and leaflets. They also talked to the residents and explained to them what was really going on.

My attention was caught by a group of several men who handed out the drivers a newspaper called The Irish Light. These men acted very efficiently and handed out newspapers very quickly. It is very important that the truth in this newspaper reaches people. Therefore, I thank this group of men for their excellent work.

Hold The Line went smoothly. A Garda officer appeared on the scene, directing the traffic at the intersection. Many participants spoke to the camera. Activists received a lot of support from local residents. They really deserve a huge thank you for their work. Hopefully HTL in Wexford will become a weekly event.

Below you will find my video and photos from this event. I invite you to watch.

I also appeal for physical support for the Hold The Line movement in Ireland. All you have to do is select HTL in your area and join the event. Activists have many information boards and leaflets. Everyone is welcome. To check where the nearest HTL will be, just go to the Events tab on my blog or visit the Sovereign People website.

Please also share my posts. Social media censors my work all the time, so I really need your help. And if you feel that my job is needed and would like to support me financially, you can make a donation here. Thank you with all my heart and see you soon.

Wonderful HTL in Claremorris in the shadow of the Ukrainian flag

The first HTL in Claremorris was a great event. As always, the activists have done a great job. Unfortunately, in my opinion, City Counsil was negligent. What I saw in downtown Claremorris made me very sad.

On Saturday June 11, 2022, after the end of HTL in Tuam, Co. Galway, activists moved to Claremorris, Co. Mayo. There, local residents joined them and together formed the first HTL in this city.

The event took place in two stages. First, activists with information boards set up on the N60 state road near the Seamus O’Malley Roundabout. It is worth adding that among the HTL participants was the well-known political commentator Dave Cullen. You can find his message in the video below.

After the end of the first part of HTL, activists moved to the city center, where the main part of the event took place. Here, participants of the event handed out leaflets and warned residents about the dangers that loomed in Ireland from the government and globalists.

It was a great information campaign. Only one thing made me sad. There were two flagpoles on the square in the city center. One was empty and the other had the flag of Ukraine. Additionally, next to the square, another flag of Ukraine hung on another flagpole. The only Irish flag in this square was the flag brought by activists. Here is my question for City Council. How is it that in an Irish city, instead of an Irish flag, there is a flag of a foreign country? Shouldn’t it be that the host’s flag hangs first, followed by another country’s flag? Shame! Someone forgets about the national identity and respect for the country we are in. The absence of an Irish flag in downtown Claremorris shows how important the work of the Irish patriots who make up HTL is. And I thank them very much for this work.

Below you will find my videos and photos from this event. I invite you to watch.

I also appeal for physical support for the Hold The Line movement in Ireland. All you have to do is select HTL in your area and join the event. Activists have many information boards and leaflets. Everyone is welcome. To check where the nearest HTL will be, just go to the Events tab on my blog or visit the Sovereign People website.

Please also share my posts. Social media censors my work all the time, so I really need your help. And if you feel that my job is needed and would like to support me financially, you can make a donation here. Thank you with all my heart and see you soon.

A scam of Monkey Pox on the Polish portal

Interia.pl – Polish internet portal, founded in 1999, owned by the Interia.pl Group (Cyfrowy Polsat). On June 14, 2022, an article appeared on the pages of the portal informing about the first case of monkey pox in Poland. The article comes with a photo of a human hand with pimples on the skin.

It turned out that the same photo, but without pimples on the skin, was published on the ElPais.cr website from Costa Rica as October 13, 2020.

I have provided links to these articles below.

https://www.elpais.cr/2020/10/13/hospital-mexico-alerta-sobre-nuevas-intoxicaciones-por-metanol/?fbclid=IwAR1CuzdAPtG8a36vHShH7NLyPvE_8w6l1mGLIYmCKr_-5kE5r61fdkXkO8o

https://zdrowie.interia.pl/raporty/raport-malpia-ospa-wszystko-o-chorobie/zakazenie-objawy/news-pierwszy-przypadek-malpiej-ospy-w-polsce-nowe-informacje,nId,6092131?fbclid=IwAR2qxQUNNTXWVC5_TciazHwSODoA08zRjC0h96jL9Qexy8a0QA3dd9KDqV8

This is propaganda and deception. Photo downloaded from the Internet, changed in a graphics program, all to spread fear among readers. This case is further evidence of how mendacious the mainstream media is. Please share this post. Let people know the truth.

HTL in Tuam and a new activist gadget

The weekly Hold The Line was held on June 11, 2022 in Tuam, Co. Galway. This time, in addition to information boards and leaflets, the activists also had a TV screen on which they displayed important information.

As every week, activists lined up around the roundabout on The Square in Tuam. The pattern of their activities was similar. Information boards, leaflets, conversations with local residents.

My attention was focused on the new gadget. A portable TV screen on which important information was displayed, the truth about the impending dangers of globalists. Congratulations to activists for their ingenuity. I believe that a portable tv screen will help wake up the local community.

You can see what the new activist gadget looked like and how it worked by watching the video and photos below.

I also appeal for physical support for the Hold The Line movement in Ireland. All you have to do is select HTL in your area and join the event. Activists have many information boards and leaflets. Everyone is welcome. To check where the nearest HTL will be, just go to the Events tab on my blog or visit the Sovereign People website.

Please also share my posts. Social media censors my work all the time, so I really need your help. And if you feel that my job is needed and would like to support me financially, you can make a donation here. Thank you with all my heart and see you soon.

The First Hold The Line in Kenmare

The first Hold The Line took place on June 9, 2022 in Kenmare, County Kerry. The activists, as always, have done an amazing job. I thank them for that.
Below you can watch a short video and photos from this event. The video and photos were sent to me by Eifrita Eihentale.

I also appeal for physical support for the Hold The Line movement in Ireland. All you have to do is select HTL in your area and join the event. Activists have many information boards and leaflets. Everyone is welcome. To check where the nearest HTL will be, just go to the Events tab on my blog or visit the Sovereign People website.

Please also share my posts. Social media censors my work all the time, so I really need your help. And if you feel that my job is needed and would like to support me financially, you can make a donation here. Thank you with all my heart and see you soon.

Hold The Line in Palmerstown

On June 04, 2022, Hold The Line took place in Palmerstown. Thanks to Barry Stone, I am showing you the movie and photos from this event. Thanks to Marion Quigley and the other participants in this HTL for their tremendous work in the fight for freedom, truth and justice.

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First Hold The Line in Enniscorthy

On June 04, 2022 the first Hold The Line took place in Enniscorthy. Activists with information boards lined the R744 road from the Seamus Rafter monument to the nearby roundabout. As always, HTL participants handed out leaflets and talked to pedestrians and drivers. As always, the activists have done a wonderful and tremendous job. You can see it for yourself by watching the video and photos below.

I’ve been recording HTL for several months. Recently, I have noticed more interest from local residents. They are more and more willing to take leaflets from activists, talk to them and listen to them. I think this is the beginning of an awakening, and it is thanks to the activists and their hard work. That is why I appeal to my viewers to join them and support them.

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First HTL Tallaght, Dublin – Photo report

On Friday, June 3, 2022, the first Hold The Line took place in Tallaght, Dublin. The happening took place from 6.30pm – 8pm. I got the photos presented below from Barry Stone. Thanks to Margaret Beatty and the other participants for their wonderful work.

I invite all viewers to share and comment on my posts. Social media censors my work all the time, so I really need your help. And if you feel that my job is needed and would like to support me financially, you can make a donation here. Thank you with all my heart and see you soon.