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Wexford - Event Notice
Sunday October 17 2021
14:00 hrs

Vinegar Hill - Enniscorthy - Co. Wexford Sun Oct 17th @ 2pm

category wexford | rights, freedoms and repression | event notice author Saturday October 09, 2021 12:37author by Anti Lockdown Ireland Report this post to the editors

A storm is brewing

Éirí amach na hÓige will be there on Vinegar hill on the 17th of October to support the risen people in Wexford.

VINEGAR HILL, ENISCORTHY, OCTOBER 17TH AT 2PM.

Make your arrangements to be there. Join the united effort to free Ireland from tyranny.

John Caulfield, Stephen Delaney and others will be speaking at this public assembly on Sunday 17th October. Vinegar Hill was a significant site in the rebellion of 1798 and it's imperative we tap into that Irish fighting resistance for what's to come.

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The battle of Vinegar hill although a bloody defeat for the Irish rebels, planted a flag for freedom and lit a fire within the true hearts of Éireann which has never been quenched. As well as planting a flag for freedom it also gave the two fingers to the mighty globalist british empire. Despite being armed mostly with pikes the Irish rebels gave the best trained army in the world at that time a run for their money.

It showed the brittish empire that despite having the latest of artillery and lines of drilled redcoats Irish patriots would not submit out of fear for their lives.

"Liberty or death" was one of the slogans used by the rebels.

A steadfast commitment to freedom is needed more now than ever and we have some of the greatest patriots from our past to draw inspiration from. Let those behind the errosion of our freedom know that they will have to kill us before we submit to them.

Related Link: https://t.me/s/antilockdownireland

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author by anonpublication date Mon Oct 18, 2021 22:52author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Good turnout

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