Farcical

Farcical

(Pictured above left to right: John (Informing) Moran and M. P. Walsh on O’Connell Street Dublin) John believes passionately in informing citizens of their civil rights, and he is the type of campaigner that inspires me the most, because he is prepared to travel from Dundalk Co. Louth, to participate in our (Sunday Weekly Rally) in Dublin. While the good citizens of Ireland remain in (denial), and in their (beds). 22.6.14 (Farcical) The reason our political representatives address us in such a condescending, patronising manner, as if we were children. Is because we appoint them to take care of us, and our interests as if we were children. We over pay them, do not hold them to account for anything, and then get all upset and bothered for a day or two, when we find out what the hell they have been up to. M. P. Walsh...
Strength In Unity

Strength In Unity

(Pictured above left to right: Janette Laffan and Penny Laffan at O’Connell Street Dublin 15.6.14) If I stride, and strive, to shoulder an ideal many times greater than my own capacity, it becomes an impossible task. But if others assist me in my endeavours, it becomes a possibility. This is the philosophy of the Unite Citizens Initiative. M. P. Walsh...
So It Is Time

So It Is Time

(Pictured above: A United Front, at The Central Bank of Ireland, Dame Street, Dublin 15.6.14) There is no (Recurring Failure) of our political establishment that can occur without our (unified acceptance). And there can be no solution found, without our (unified insistence). So it is time, for the campaigners of Ireland to unite. To end the derisions, and entrenched positions of causes, which are serving no other purpose but to (divide), (defeat), and (dishearten) us. And campaign nationally for the unity of sovereign citizens, and the reinstating of our (citizens signature referendum mechanism Рsee Article 27 Amendment), otherwise we will be campaigners till we go to our graves, and the children being born today will have to live with the consequences of our failure to do so. Yours sincerely, M. P. Walsh...