Dublin City Centre joins the resistance as citizens of Aungier Street say they’ll block traffic again tonight to protest migrants being planted in their area – TheLiberal.ie – Our News, Your Views

Dublin City Centre joins the resistance as citizens of Aungier Street say they’ll block traffic again tonight to protest migrants being planted in their area




The people of Dublin’s City Centre have came out in force on Monday night blocking traffic in Augier Street to protest the government’s plans for yet another migrant plantation in their community.

Protests against the 21st century plantations of Ireland are now spreading to every locality in Dublin and many counties around the country with the spontaneous grassroots resistance showing no signs of relenting despite smears by the mainstream media and threats from the government.

Numerous new local and national protests are planned to oppose the government’s open boarders policy and agenda to plant large numbers of migrants in specifically working class urban and rural areas.

Also on Monday, Malachy Steenson, who has been instrumental in organising protests, specifically at East Wall but also beyond, announced their are plans being prepared for national protests this coming St. Patrick’s Day.

They say that they’re going to bring the city to a standstill again this evening, alongside East Wall and Finglas taking a stand too.

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