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Summary of the events of the previous week and announcements of new ones

Summary of protests in Ireland on weekend of 15th & 16th January 2022

Summary of protests, rallies and events against vaccine mandates, related government restrictions and events related to the plandemic in Ireland on weekend of 15th & 16th January 2022.

The biggest events in Ireland last week were the protests in Sligo & Cork on Satuday 15th January 2022 and in Cork. In Sligo, there were some excellent speakers which included Dr Anne McCloskey, Rob De Sallem, David O’Reilly & Dannan Gaughan. This was the second of four protests in the North West Rising Campaign, an estimated 600 people attended the protest & hopefully these protests kick start the freedom movement in the North West of Ireland.

Video of event can be found here:  https://rumble.com/vspdpq-north-west-rising-campaign-sligo-january-15-2022.html (video: Robert Pierzyński)

Several hundred people attended the Campaign for Truth Rally in Cork on Saturday 15th January 2022 in defence of their human rights and freedoms. Protestors carried banners saying ‘Stop Covid vaccines for children’, ‘Vaccines cause injury and death’ and ‘Unvaxed lives matter’. The people in the crowd united in saying no to any threat of mandatory vaccines, chanting in unison “we say no”.

The crowd paid its respects to two young women who died this week by joining together in a minute’s silence and sending sympathies to their families. The parade took a detour in respect of the impromptu event outside of Brown Thomas prompted by the heart-breaking and untimely passing of Ashling Murphy in Tullamore.

Speakers called for unity and freedom, in honour of all constitutional human rights. They warned about how technology is being manipulated to control us; how governments are using a health crisis to frighten us into accepting a digital ID. How the vaccination campaign is being run by the revenue office, whereas previous vaccines were administered by health boards.

Local man Peter O’Donoghue, said in response to an attack from a mainstream journalist, that hundreds of thousands of people are not being listened to. 

"As I speak up, a young lady, one of our own, who attended many of these assemblies, and who fought so hard over the last year to regain her rights and freedoms, is being laid to rest. Her funeral is taking place in Bandon right now, this minute in Bandon, her name is Alison Kingston, and she was a beautiful person. A beautiful woman who took her own life. She was a very kind and caring person who helped so many people. I don’t know why she took her own life, but I know she was hurting from not being listened to, for not being respected, from having her freedom to live her own life being taken away from her. She lost hope and could not see the light anymore. She’s not the only person who has lost hope, there are many people who have been in the same situation. Why were these people not listened to? How dare Fiona Ryan (the opportunist who stirred trouble in the divisive piece} say that we don’t listen. It is us here today who have always listened. It’s people like her who have used people’s misfortune for their own agenda. That was a gutter trash article. Ashling Murphy’s family are suffering enough."

See link for more information: https://civilrights.ie/2022/01/15/just-say-no-its-thats-simple/

Hold the Line was Held in Airside in Swords on Saturday 15 January 2022, which was organized by North Dublin Pushbackers & Rise Up Dublin, traffic was heavy & there were a mix of reactions to the placards that were held up highlighting the fact that media cannot be trusted as their only pushing their own agendas. Eamonn’s comment after Hold the Line can be found here: https://rumble.com/vsq1n8-eamonn-comment-hold-the-line-swords-15-january-2022.html

Hold the Line was held in Limerick on 1/16/2022 at 2pm outside Cresent shopping center.

In Dublin, on Henry Street, there was also a campaign to inform about the event on Saturday, January 22, 2022 at 2pm, under the name "Enough is Enough". More about the event on Saturday 22nd can be found at the link: https://rumble.com/vsgq7j-call-to-action-dublin-22nd-january-2022.html

On Friday 21st January 2021 at 12pm there will be an event called "Independence Day March" which will start at Mansion House Dublin to commemorate the start of 21 January 1919- Irish War of Independence (Anglo-Irish War) which ended on 11 July 1921.

In Donegal on 01/22/2022 there will be an event as part of the North West Rising action which will start in Diamond in Donegal Town at 2pm.

In Brussels, on January 23, 2022 (Sunday), a mega-event will take place, where the organizers expect over 1 million demonstrators.

It is also worth mentioning that people including Irish teachers have been serving notice of liability on the vaccination center staff all over the country.  All staff can now be held personally accountable for any harm or deaths that occur to Irish children after receiving the COVID19 Vaccine. There must be fully Informed Consent.

Twitter Link: https://twitter.com/IrishInquiry/status/1483080986854371334?s=20

Telegram Link: https://t.me/TheIrishInquiry/102

More on The Irish Channel website:The Irish Channel

We also inform that the next issue of "The Irish Light" has been published - a free newspaper authorized by Gemma O'Doherty link:  Gemma O'Doherty - Twitter

On the Irish Council for Human Rights website you will find ready-made templates that we should use in case of violation of our fundamental rights. Now, during the pandemic, human rights violations have increased significantly and we must defend ourselves against it because we have the right to do so! When submitting a complaint /
declaration against us, we have written evidence that we can use, for example, in court. Link for publications: https://ichr.ie/publications/

Gallery: Gallery - North West Rising Campaign 15.01.2022