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Dublin - Event Notice
Saturday March 19 2022
14:00 hrs

Demand Repeal of Emergency Legislation - GPO Dublin -Sat 19th March @2pm

category dublin | worker & community struggles and protests | event notice author Tuesday March 15, 2022 23:33author by Campaign for Truth & Proper Healthcare Report this post to the editors

The Emergency Powers must be Repealed!

Our Human & Civil Rights are as important today as they were 2 years ago.... the worse restrictions may have gone, but our rights are now regarded as mere privilage, to be granted or withdrawn as Government sees fit.

No EU Digital Green Certificate

No W.H.O. Pandemic Treaty

No Emergency Powers

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Human Rights must be respected.
This is an National Event held on World Wide Freedom Day.
WWD 7.0

Rally for Democracy! Truth and Civil Rights

19th March 2022 @ 2pm Sharp at GPO Dublin

https://t.me/s/AnFhirinne
https://civilrights.ie/events/


🚨🚨Very important🚨🚨

EU is trying to get QR/ CST pass in through backdoor. Stop them!🙏🚨

Vaccinated or not let it be known that you do not want to be a slave to the EU.

They keep changing their laws until we can't do anything anymore. This is a very important initiative.

All Europeans should give their feedback before April 7th!

If we don't do it, the EU will probably interpret that as Europeans have no objections. Currently, Italians are responding en masse, but other countries are lagging behind. Let your voice be heard! And please share it as much as possible 🙏

https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/better-regulation/have-your-say/initiatives/13375-Extension-of-EU-Digital-COVID-Certificate-Regulation_en

When you want to give your feedback, just the following: before you can give feedback, you will be asked to create an account.

To do this, you must provide your first name, your last name and an email address. After that you will receive a confirmation email and you could give your feedback. The confirmation email is waiting. We also tried it and received a confirmation email after a day. The system may be overloaded. They may also be shocked by the amount of feedback Europeans are willing to give and especially its content 😉. Because it doesn't lie. If the European Commission takes this feedback seriously, there is no possibility to introduce this European certificate. We see that our Italian neighbors continue to post feedback. If you want to make your voice heard, keep trying and let's keep each other informed. And in the meantime, enjoy the feedback that our fellow citizens were already able to post:

This is not a petition. But feedback is requested at a European level. About the proposal to introduce the CST permanently in order to be allowed to travel

https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/better-regulation/have-your-say/initiatives/13375-Extension-of-EU-Digital-COVID-Certificate-Regulation_en

Send your feedback to this, it may or may not make any difference but we all can least try


Information about the WHO Pandemic Treaty that is being pushed

New Video Discussing: https://youtu.be/2zh2M964Ywo

1) An Irish lobby campaign asking you to write to your TDís to ask them to Vote NO to the extension of the Covid-19 emergency power laws before the 31st of March 2022;

2) An EU lobby campaign asking you to write to Irish MEPíS to ask them to Vote NO to the proposed 12 month extension to the EU Digital Certificate for travel; and

3) To inform you that the World Health Assembly (which is the forum through which the WHO is governed by its 194 member states, including Ireland) intends to create a legally binding agreement which will stipulate how member states and others countries must fight pandemics into the future - focusing on "collective solidarity" https://youtu.be/2zh2M964Ywo

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Rally for DEMOCRACY, TRUTH & Civil Rights at Dublinís GPO Saturday 19th at 2pm.


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