First HTL in Ballina

On Saturday, July 16, 2022, the Hold The Line information campaign was launched in another Irish town. This time, the activists showed up in Ballina, a small town in County Mayo.

The event was scheduled for 2 p.m. near Ballina Medical Center on the N26 road. The organizers had to change the place of the event due to the small amount of local community in this place. Ultimately, HTL took place on the N59 road near The Town Park Playground.

As always, activists kept local people informed about what was really going on in Ireland and around the world. They did it with information boards, leaflets and conversations. HTL had a lot of support from the drivers.

The video report and photos are available below. I would like to highlight the messages from Andy Heasmam, David O’Reilly and Dara O’Flaherty in the video. They are talking not only about HTL. They also commented on what happened at the Free Speech Monster Rally in Galway a week ago. Listen for yourself.

Finally, I would like to thank everyone for a great day. It was an honor for me to be able to broadcast this wonderful event in freedom. Now I am asking my viewers to share this post. Social media censors me all the time. It is up to you whether this information will reach many people.


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.

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