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Dublin - Event Notice
Wednesday August 18 2021
12:30 hrs

Protect Our Children Day - Dept of Education Marlborough Street Dublin @ 12:30pmWeds Aug 18th

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Demand Sage Environment for Children and Teaching Staff and Informed Parental Consent with regard to Vaccines

Join in with the "Protect Our Children Day" on Weds August 18th outside the Department of Education, Marlborough Street, Dublin 1 between 12:30 pm and 2pm
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We are delighted to be joined by 'Enough is Enough' and by 'Concerned Teachers & School Staff' as co-hosts for this event.

The event begins at 12.30 at the Department of Education offices on Marlborough Street, we have requested to meet the Minister and her her reply to our earlier questions regarding what Risk Assessment has been carried out, face coverings and vaccination of kids without Parental Consent.

After a short rally the assembly will march to the offices of the Irish National Teachers Organisation in Parnell Square and place demands on ALL the teachers unions to defend their members and to protect our children.

Bígí linn ar an lá!

Demand

  • Safe Environment for Children & for Teaching Staff
  • guarantee of Informed Parental Consent for all School Children in regards to Vaccines

More at: https://t.me/AnFhirinne/ -Telegram channel for Campaign for TRUTH & Proper Healthcare

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Caption: Return to School August 2021 - original video deleted due to audio overlap error.


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Time to put hard questions to the Irish health officials and politicians

Victoria’s chief health officer abruptly left the stage during a Covid-19 press conference when a reporter asked about a surge in suicides among teenage girls – only for a torrent of recriminations to engulf him on social media.

After calling for a “mental health commander” to join Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews, himself, and other high-ranking health officials for the state’s Covid-19 press conferences, Brett Sutton made a hasty exit from the podium when asked how the state planned to address a sharp increase in suicides among young people.

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Australia has had one of the toughest Covid-19-prevention regimes in the world, having earlier this month locked down the city of Melbourne for the sixth time. Previous lockdowns have seen public housing residents confined to their apartments, unable even to venture outside, cops patrolling the hallways of high-rises and groceries having to be delivered – sporadically and less than fresh – to the frazzled inhabitants. The heavy-handed restrictions won Andrews the ignominious nickname of ‘Kim Jong-Dan’.

Unlike Sutton, most Australians seemed confident about where to place the blame for the soaring suicide rate among teen girls, linking the increase in deaths with the oppressive lockdowns. Remarking that the country deserved better, social media users demanded the authorities be held to account.

Related Link: https://www.rt.com/news/532334-victoria-lockdown-teen-suicides-covid/
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It keeps getting worse...

Australians are currently living under one of the strictest dictatorial regimes in the world and now they are coming for the children.

The Premier of New South Wales has acknowledged that without dramatically lower case numbers, even opening up at 80% vaccination rates will be difficult, as hopes of a lighter lockdown beyond August fade, and Brad Hazzard the Minister for Health and Medical Research has now told parents in a press conference that 24,000 children will be herded like cattle into a stadium to get the experimental Covid-19 vaccine, and parents will not allowed to be present.

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Related Link: https://dailyexpose.co.uk/2021/08/17/australia-minister-for-health-tells-parents-24000-children-will-be-herded-into-stadium-like-cattle-to-get-covid-vaccine/
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Great turnout at the Protect the Children rally in Dublin



 
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