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Dublin - Event Notice
Saturday December 03 2022
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Rally to Defend Free Speech - O'Connell Bridge - Saturday 3rd December @1pm

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Saturday 3rd December @1pm O’Connell Street, Dublin

A Rally to Defend Free Speech demonstration in Dublin is being organised for Saturday 3rd December 1pm O’Connell Street, Dublin

If you care about your right to free speech and don’t want the government to have the authority to police what you can and cannot say, then be there.

The future of Irelands culture depends on you to be there.

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This is in response to the governments new Hate Crime Bill which when you examine the details of the legislation is all about eliminating free speech because it is so fast and loose with definitions that it will be possible for the government to label anything they like as hate speech.

This is a very serious matter.

For details of the Hate Crime Bill see The Government Hate Crime Bill - The End of Freedom of Expression and Speech is Nigh




Mike 'The Irish Git' Brazil and Dr. Stephen Manning of Integrity Ireland are just two more of the great patriots coming to defend freedom. Be there everyone 💚

Free Speech People's Rally
Saturday the 3rd of December

Assemble 1pm O'Connell Bridge Dublin
Defend your Free Speech .. it is essential in a free society

Stopping the Helen McEntee's Anti-Freespeech laws, that the Government is rushing to get passed, MUST right now be a priority for every freedom loving person.

Otherwise you will be gagged in what you can say ... if the Government don't like it they can call it illegal 'hate speech'

Free Speech People's Rally is happening on Saturday the 3rd of December.

Assemble at O'Connell Bridge at 1pm .. we will be moving through the city. Please attend and support if at all possible. Share notice & tell people.

Please share share share guys, across all social media.. we all need to do whatever we can to make this successful and stop McEntee's Anti-Freespeech law.

Bring whatever you have to amplify your voice, both audio and visually.. make placards , banners , whatever .. bring drums, whistles, musical instruments.

Biscuit tin lids and heavy bolts make some racket .. we need to make a big impact that day.

Put together a few words beforehand if you have something u want to say .. it's all about free speech on the day, and ensuring that into the future, and hopefully lots of people will have an opportunity to be heard 💚

Maximum time for speeches is 10 minutes.

If you can say it in five, great .. be impactful.


Many people are sick of listening to speeches .. we need to make an impact on the streets of Dublin and ROAR

'speak now or forever be silienced'
ROAR - WE WILL NOT BE SILIENCED

Not by anyone. NO WAY  ⛔

Let your voice be free
Let your voice be heard

why will you defend free speech ?
- post a video and tell everyone...

#SaveOurSpeech #SOS https://youtu.be/PvAz9sXsa_E

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