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by Mr. Allen for the Saker blog Over the last few years, we hear leaders from both Russia and China pronouncing that they have formed a relationship where there are

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offsite link Nick Dixon and Toby Young Talk About Rishi Sunak Losing Two By-Elections, Sadiq Khan?s Woke Makeover... Tue Feb 20, 2024 22:10 | Will Jones
In the latest Weekly Sceptic podcast, the talking points are Rishi Sunak losing two by-elections, Sadiq Khan's woke makeover of the London Overground and Putin's murder of Alexei Navalny.
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offsite link If You Think Parliament Will Get Any Opportunity to Scrutinise the WHO Pandemic Treaty, Think Again Tue Feb 20, 2024 18:34 | Shiraz Akram
The WHO Pandemic Treaty is a legally binding agreement that will commit the U.K. to adopt all measures set out by the Director-General during a future 'pandemic'. Yet Parliament will at no point scrutinise or vote on it.
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Covid vaccines have been linked to significant increases in heart, blood and neurological disorders, according to the largest global study of its kind. But critics say the findings are fudged and hide many of the problems.
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'Elderly couple told they had to sell home to house asylum seekers' is a headline tailor-made for the anxieties of 2024. And while the actual story was not so blood-boiling, it still shows our property rights are in peril.
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The fact that the Government has had to tell teachers to ban children from using mobile phones in schools is just a glimpse of what is wrong with the education system, says former Headteacher Mike Fairclough.
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Limerick - Event Notice
Saturday February 05 2022
14:00 hrs

March & Rally for Truth and Civil Rights - Limerick 2pm Saturday 5th Feb

category limerick | rights, freedoms and repression | event notice author Thursday January 27, 2022 23:31author by Campaign for Truth & Proper Healthcare Report this post to the editors

UPDATE: This event has now be rescheduled once again back to the original date of Sat Feb 5th
UPDATE: This has been rescheduled from Sat 5th Feb to Sat 12th Feb
Peaceful Public Assembly - March and Rally for Truth & Civil Rights

Starting from City Hall, Limerick

Marching through city centre for a rally with speakers
hosted by Independent Campaign for TRUTH & Proper Healthcare

Follow the Science - Unmask the Kid
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Many of the restrictions are reversed, for now anyway, but the most horrific one continues:

UNMASK the Children!

REPEAL the Legislation!

Join in?

Limerick Rally going ahead 5th feb .. Full Statement of Clarification -

Hold the Line (HTL) confirms the rally will be going ahead as planned this Saturday the 5th of Feb. The groups active locally have been consulted.

HTL is an initiative started in Limerick in response to the roll-out of the gene- therapy so called ‘vaccines’ on 5-11-year olds. We also now meet in Nenagh and Ennis will be in the near future. We were inspired by other HTLs and the power that every individual has, the power of saying ‘No’ and showing people there is an opposition.

We are not affiliated with any group, individual or ideology. Blinkering oneself into ‘Left, Right, Centre’ is in our view, missing the bigger picture and alienating people and creating more divide.

Our first HTL in Limerick was supported by many good people. The success of this event, alerted different groups to our presence and several got in contact with us with a view to supporting our efforts and lending support to a major rally in Limerick. We are about unity and inclusivity and above all freedom of speech and so we decided to take the support of the groups who also had this philosophy.

Regrettably confusion has been caused by this, as shown by recent public statements, but HTL will remain in our autonomy and independence and stay in our light and power of individuality. We are establishing our own voice in Limerick but welcome support from all groups, counties and countries!

The theme of Saturdays rally is to be a voice for our children, unmask our kids and repeal the legislation. The rally will commence at 2pm at Pery Square, Limerick. We hope to have support from all those who support free speech and support standing up for our children who have no voice. See you there!

Related Link: https://civilrights.ie/events/
author by Anti Lockdownpublication date Sat Jan 29, 2022 18:09author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Really important Rally in Limerick next saturday .. Please, please share widely in all the groups and support the activists taking the initiative in the Treaty city .. but most of all be there on the day!

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