This time, Hold The Line in Limerick was held in front of the local university hospital. The event was organized in memory of Toni Brown, who died after the Covid 19 vaccine.
HTL started around 2 p.m. and lasted nearly two hours. Activists with information boards and leaflets set up around the roundabout in front of the hospital. As always, they handed out leaflets and informed passers-by what was really going on.
This event was of a special nature. It was prepared in memory of Toni Brown, who died a year ago. Her daughter Sharon was interviewed by Andy Heasman in the video below.
Andy also conducted several other interviews. He also commented on the LGBT flag hanging outside the hospital. Fiona Foley also gave her message. You can see all of this by watching the videos below.
After HTL was over, I went to the hospital to pay for parking. I saw a Covid Circus in the hospital hall. There was tape stretched in the entrance and arrows on the floor showed the direction of walking. Of course, there was also a container with a chemical preparation for the so-called hand disinfection. There was also a security guard who made sure everyone had a mask on their face. Meanwhile, a meter on the right side were tables where people ate and drank. So what? When you enter the hospital you must wear a mask because a deadly virus? If you eat in the same place, the virus is gone? Human stupidity has no limits. Of course, without a mask in a T-shirt with the words “RTE IS THE VIRUS” I walked in and paid for the parking. Nobody spoke to me, but many people watched me. Coming home, I thought it was time to organize HTL in front of hospitals. Maybe then the behavior of frightened patients will change and they will stop making sheep obedient of themselves.
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