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.

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First HTL in Bray and second in Tuam

Last weekend, activist groups from all over Ireland did HTL in many cities. HTL first appeared in Bray and Palmerstown, and in many other cities the weekly HTL was held. Below I present videos and photos from HTL in Bray and Tuam. The video files and photos were sent to me by Fiona Foley and Michael Mcdonnell. Thank you my friends.
I invite everyone to watch.

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HTL @ Leinster House

On Thursday, May 26, 2022, Hold The Line was held outside the gate of Leinster House. This time, the activists not only stood with information boards but made several marches during which they handed out leaflets and explained to people what was really going on.

HTL activists from all over the country came to Dublin, at the gate of Leinster House. As always, they brought with them information boards and a lot of leaflets which they handed out to passers-by. This time, the activists did something else. Groups of people with information boards started walking in the surrounding streets. It caused great interest of passers-by. People were eager to take leaflets from activists. Many passersby spoke to HTL members. Activists explained to them the dangers looming over Ireland and the world. It was a really great day for Free People. They did a great job.

The entire protest lasted 4 hours and was broadcast live by me and my friend from Action-Covid-1984. Below I present my videos from this event. Interviews, videoclip and photos. You can find more videos on the Action-Covid-1984 fanpage. I invite you to watch.

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Hold The Line in Galway – May 22, 2022

As every Sunday there was another Hold The Line at Headford Rd in Galway. Like every week, activists tried to explain to the residents what was really going on using information boards and leaflets. Activists informed residents about the side effects of vaccination on Covid 19, the threat to Ireland and the world from the WHO, government plans for Irish people’s right to private property, and more. Drivers and pedestrians gladly took leaflets and chatted with HTL participants.

Activists also invite everyone willing to cooperate. They have a lot of information boards for people who support HTL. Just come next Sunday at one o’clock on Headford Rd next to Dunnes Stores. Everyone is welcome.

If you are looking for information about other HTLs, protests, public meetings etc. go to the EVENTS tab on my blog. You can also find information about the protests and more at SovereignPeople.ie.

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First Hold The Line in Tuam – 21 May 2022

On Saturday, May 21, 2022, the first HTL was held in Tuam, County Galway. Activists holding slogan boards lined up around a roundabout next to Market Square. They also handed out leaflets to all interested passers-by and drivers.

The event generated a lot of interest from the residents. Many readily accepted leaflets and spoke to activists. Many drivers supported HTL by honking. You can see all of this by watching my videos and photos below.

Activists plan to host HTL in Tuam every Saturday at 1pm. They invite everyone willing to cooperate. They have many free information boards for many people to support HTL. All you have to do is come the next Saturday at one o’clock in Market Square. Everyone is welcome.

If you are looking for information about other HTLs, protests, public meetings etc. go to the EVENTS tab on my blog. You can also find information about the protests and more on SovereignPeople.ie.

I also want to encourage you 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.

Public Meeting in Easkey

On May 19, 2022, I had the pleasure of broadcasting a live public meeting held in Easkey, a small charming town in County Sligo.

The first thing I noticed after arriving in this town was information about the meeting posted on many street lamps. Then the participants of the meeting started to arrive near the Easkey Post Office. A hand-made signboard caught my attention. I liked the combination of wood and strings very much.

The meeting was held in a very friendly atmosphere during which many speakers spoke. The main topic of the meeting was the rights to private property in Ireland. You can see everything by watching the photos and video below. I invite you to watch.

I also appeal to everyone to support and participate in the next HTL, protests, public meetings, etc. Information about the upcoming events can be found in the Events tab. I also ask you to share my photos, videos and posts. If you think my job is needed and you want to help me financially, you can donate any amount here. Thank you with all my heart and see you soon.

Sovereign People website

I would like to inform my viewers that the Sovereign People website has existed for several days. It is a very important place on the web and everyone should read the information there. The website informs about threats looming to Ireland in connection with WHO Global Pandemic Treaty, Vaccine Damage Accountability, Property Rights, etc. The website contains information about upcoming protests, HTL, public meetings, etc. The website also recommends independent media operating in Ireland.

The website works at: http://www.sovereignpeople.ie
I warmly invite you to visit this page and join Sovereign People.

Another HTL success in Ireland

Another weekend, another Hold The Line, another great people, another battle for truth and freedom. This is how I can briefly describe a great event in which I participated.

It all started around 12.30 at Wyckham Way, Dublin. It is along this street that activists lined up with their information boards. The line ran from the Wyckham Place roundabout to the Dundrum Shopping Center roundabout. Activists handed out leaflets and tried to educate pedestrians and drivers about what was really going on in Ireland and around the world.

The whole event aroused great interest. The activists received a lot of support from the drivers who honked. Many of them gladly took the leaflets and talked with the participants of the hapening. The event ended with a group photo and a thank you from Barry Stone to all attendees.

Personally, I rate this HTL as another huge success. I am very happy to see more HTLs being created in Ireland. I am very happy to be part of this great initiative. And I am proud to be able to stand next to these great freedom fighters.

Me and my two friends from Action-Covid-1984 broadcast live this event on three fanpages:: https://www.facebook.com/actioncovid1984, https://www.facebook.com/Irlandia24H, https://www.facebook.com/RobertPierzynskiFotoVideoMedia .
We have also prepared videos and a photo report that are available below.
I invite you to watch.

I also appeal to everyone to support and participate in the next HTL, protests, public meetings, etc. Information about the upcoming events can be found in the Events tab. I also ask you to share my photos, videos and posts. If you think my job is needed and you want to help me financially, you can donate any amount here. Thank you with all my heart and see you soon.