Save the date: Custom House Dublin – October 3rd

Following our last and very successful rally on the 22nd of August, we are going to make our voices heard again on October 3rd.

Starting off from Custom House (Dublin) at 2pm we are going to start off with a number of speeches, followed by marching a short distance at a pace suitable for all ages.

We are going to add further details to this post. Come back here to get full information on all the details you need for the day.

What do I need to know about the day?

We are standing together with the Yellow Vests Ireland and potentially other groups that share our outlined concerns on the day.

People joining this protest specifically in support of Health Freedom Ireland will be wearing purple t-shirts or hoodies on the day. You can bring your own or pre-order yours with us if you wish to show your support of this cause. Our shop will re-open by the end of this week.

HFI is a non-political group. We are highlighting concerns that a large number of the people living in Ireland have over the government's actions in the past few months. We are inclusive and all are welcome to come to the protest.

We ask that all people in this country that share some or all of our concerns set aside any other differences they may have and unite for the common concerns that we all have in a peaceful manner. These concerns are centred around the government's disproportionate response to the health crisis. Right now we want all groups to call on the government to end the health crisis, return to the old normal and support the health of our vulnerable citizens as best we can, while providing people with the many effective treatment options that exist elsewhere for COVID-19. There is no reason to drag this on any longer.

Be aware:

There is another protest organised by Yellow Vest army that meets at 13:30 pm and is supposed to march to the docks. This protest has nothing to do with us or the official Yellow Vest Ireland group.
If you are unsure about anything reach out to us under and make sure to watch for updates on our Telegram channel on the day so you don't end up in the wrong group accidentally.

Check out the Yellow Vest Festival of Freedom Information Pack here.

Common Questions

Yes of course. Children are very welcome to attend. If you are bringing small babies or toddlers you may want to have headphones for them as the noise of the speakers and crowd might be overwhelming for young ears.

When bringing children feel free to come to the middle in front of the stairs where they have a good view and a chance to sit down when their legs get tired.

We had many children at the last events. The atmosphere was peaceful and uplifting similar to a street festival.

The diversity of the group from the very young to the elderly including differently abled people was one of the positive aspects that stood out to us from the last events.

Don't worry, many of us are new to this too. We at Health Freedom Ireland have made several attempts to contact all TDs and public representatives; we have contacted infectious disease doctors in hospitals across the country to ask for choice for Irish patients in relation to treatment options available overseas. Alas our attempts to make inroads through direct communications, which always include fully referenced and peer reviewed science, are not bearing any fruit, so we are forced to take our concerns on to the street.

Here are a few things that might be helpful to you on the day:

* Come to the front if you can so you have a good view of the speakers and an opportunity to clearly hear all the information shared.

* Bring others that share your concerns and stay together as a group during the day.

* Wear comfortable shoes for standing and walking

* Carry a bottle of water or similar to keep yourself hydrated (and possibly a snack)

* Check out car-parking options1Irish Life Carpark has been a popular and reasonably priced choice for other attendees beforehand and arrive with plenty of time to make your way to the meeting point

* Join our Telegram channel to stay abreast of any updates on the day

* Make sure your phone has good battery charge so you won't run out of battery (you may wish to take photos or videos, check Telegram, call friends or use it's GPS functions)

* Wear a purple top so we know you belong to our group

If you choose to drive by yourself you can avail of car parking in the nearby Irish Life carpark. Please be aware that google might send you to the exit rather than the entrance. We encourage availing of carpooling options where available.

We have also organised transport to the protest. There are several bus routes available.

If you are looking to travel to the rally on one of our private coaches you can book your day-return ticket here. You can see a full list of stops and prices here. Please keep an eye on our Telegram channel for all transport related announcements.

These routes are supported by Honk for Hope who's mission it is to save family-run and traditional in the bus travel industry across Europe.

Further transport options can be found here.

We are starting at 2pm in front of Custom House. We will start the march after the speeches. Please plan to arrive with time to spare so you can join us for the march. We will kick-off the rally with a small number of speeches and some music.

You are free to stay for as long as you are comfortable and able. There is no strict end-time for the protest but it is likely that it will disperse after the march.

This can happen and to us it's not a big deal. We cannot control who is going to show up and who might share our views on this topic. To us the potential loss of freedom of choice and bodily integrity is a huge concern and the more people realise this and make their voices heard the better.

We are protesting for a very specific reason and we don't expect every participant to agree with us on everything else also. In fact, even within our own group we have a huge diversity of opinion on different topics. We believe this is healthy and makes life richer. The suppression of such diversity is exactly what we are concerned with in regards to the non-existing public debate.

If we were to impose similar controls we wouldn't be living the changes we want to see.

We recommend that you truthfully share your reasons for joining the protest and why you believe it is important that conversations happen without censorship.

If you like you can also share a link to this page so people can make up their own minds.

You might also want to share this video with them.

No. Health Freedom Ireland is an independent group. We do however recognise the urgent need right now for all groups to set aside differences and collaborate in letting the Government of Ireland know that we will not be bullied into mandates and we are not afraid to stand up for our right to bodily integrity.

We have organised to join the Yellow Vest Time for Change protest as their members share our concerns over the ongoing restrictions and what they could mean for our future. We asked to join their protest as we believe in being the change you want to see in the world. 

We are not concerned with differences. Instead we are looking at commonalities. We all want to get back to the 'old normal' as we are listening to the experts across the globe echoing concerns that the threat of COVID-19 is being overstated.

Health Freedom Ireland is non-political organisation concerned only with maintaining the right to fully informed consent when it comes to medical interventions, particularly vaccination. We are not aligned with any political party and do not subscribe to left or right political views as an organisation. We want You to keep your Right to Choose.

Hoodies and t-shirts are on sale below. We will ship them to you ahead of the protest. This time we will not have t-shirts for sale on the day. Please order by the 28th of September to get your order in time for the protest.

T-Shirts and Hoodies are now available for sale

Order by Monday 28th to receive your purchases by post prior to the event

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