An Open Letter to Appeal to Our Gardaí and Armed Forces
theirishsentinel.com | February 25, 2021
Going over some of the references in this article:
THE GOVERNMENT OF IRELAND is located in DUBLIN, Ireland and is part of the Government Industry. . . .
I looked up a few more:
Government of Canada (others related to this search)
Government of Ontario
“Government Agency” “Parent” (then there are multiple “Branch” locations)
“City of Toronto” gives multiple results:
Corporation of the City of Toronto
surge support: Three army camps to turn into isolation centres for Covid-19 patients
Sunday World | January 7, 2021
The Defence Forces are also working in close cooperation with the HSE to provide surge capacity in terms of swab testing and contact-tracing capabilities.
It’s like the whole world has forgotten rights and freedoms. None of these things should be happening anyway, even if many were getting very sick from this virus, but they’re not. There are plenty of other medical issues for people to focus their resources on. That’s not what this is about.
See Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights: “Any preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic medical intervention is only to be carried out with the prior, free and informed consent of the person concerned…” http://portal.unesco.org/en/ev.php-URL_ID=31058&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.html
Dublin beauty salon owner arrested after opening doors for second day
evoke.ie | February 24, 2021
. . . reopening as the owner said she could no longer survive without earning a living. . . .
A sign on the shop window said the reopening was ‘absolutely necessary’ and she insisted that the Constitution recognises the right to earn a living. . . .
The lockdown was extended until April 5.
“I have to do what I have to do to pay my bills . . purely survival . . . “
So they made an example of her.
The lockdowns we have all suffered in Canada and Ireland, etc., remind me of the oppression practiced by the government of Uzbekistan against businesses, reported in 2012.
Gardai issue a ‘significant number’ of Covid fines following large funeral in Limerick town
Limerick Leader | February 24, 2021
Video footage of this funeral:
shows close to 200 people – including men, women and children – gathered around the graveside as mourners sing and chat with each other.
. . . shaking hands and embracing each other . . .
Only a handful of people can be seen wearing masks and face coverings and those seen in the footage do not appear to be making any effort to adhere to social distancing guidelines.
“An Garda Síochána has and will continue to adopt, a graduated policing response based on its tradition of policing by consent. . . . [measures are] public health guidelines and are not penal regulations.
In addition to the issuing of fines, gardai say files will be prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions in relation to what occurred.
“Too busy dancing” – Uproar on social media as gardai fail to respond to concerned citizens who phoned them 12 times after up to 100 Muslims gathered for Friday prayers
theliberal.ie | February 20, 2021
People complained about the double standard. Catholic churches and funerals have been shut down. Also:
Recent months have witnessed people being arrested for such things as going for an early morning swim alone on an empty beach and Gardai reacted rapidly and forcefully when a small group of people, mostly pensioners, gathered to pray the rosary at St. Brigid’s grave in Louth.
Three people arrested and others fined after they gather at St. Brigid’s Shrine in Faughart
Dundalk Democrat | 1 February 2021
“Two men aged in their 60s and 40s and a woman in her 20s were arrested under the Health Act, 1947, having refused to provide Gardaí with names and addresses.
You’ll notice the media use the same terminology everywhere, referring to the supposed protesters as “anti-mask,” singling out masks rather than listing the list of massive restrictions we have all been subjected to–as if any of these restrictions are legitimate or medically valid:
There are conflicting accounts of what the group was doing at the shrine, with suggestions they may have been anti-mask protesters.
It is really an amazing psychological operation being directed at the world’s population and this is another ritualized example similar to the dancing nurses videos:
Gardaí across Ireland respond to ‘Jerusalema’ dance challenge from Swiss police in bid to lift nation’s spirits
independent.ie | March 7, 2021
An Garda Síochána have stepped up to the challenge issued by Swiss Federal Police last month which saw Swiss forces performing a mass, socially distant dance routine set to ‘Jerusalema’ by Master KG.
This was to “lift spirits of the public” “in these dark times.”
The official Garda video shows a socially-distanced dance routine featuring members and locations spanning the island of Ireland.
There have been various sightings of gardaí dance training across the country . . .
Someone says “the public now have the floor” meaning they should dance at home:
“So making sure to stay home and in your bubbles. Post your challenge . . . we want to see what you can do while staying safe.”
8. Ireland has endured the longest lockdown of European countries:
February 23, 2021
Ireland: 163 days of workplaces closed vs. the next highest Italy of 131 days, UK 104 for example, Germany 34, Bulgaria 7, Sweden 0.
A survey of European households showed they have largely become despondent about the future. Only Sweden has escaped this wave of pessimism.
One clue could be that Swedish workplaces never shut down, a stark contrast to the pandemic experienced by other Europeans. Ireland endured the longest lockdown.
These are from the main article:
Sweden’s death rate, although several times higher than Nordic neighbours, has been lower than several European countries that opted for lockdowns.
Then the article gets into nonsense about “cases” based on the bogus tests.
They claim there was a spike in deaths in Ireland, no doubt because it was winter.
Fresh data and analysis suggests that the pandemic is likely to lead to a dramatic increase in the working poor, following months of lockdowns.