Citizens Sovereign Responsibility

Citizens Sovereign Responsibility

It is the position and view of the Dublin Sunday Weekly Rally campaigners, that the millions of our taxes spent on establishing Irish Water, should have been used to upgrade and modernise the entire water system, on the island of Ireland. And it is then, and only then should we the sovereign citizens of Ireland have decided if we wanted water meters or not, and how we wanted to fund Irish Water into the future. This we protest is what should have happened, and this we know is exactly what would have happened, if we had insisted on it, as a united sovereign nation. M. P. Walsh...
Priorities

Priorities

(Pictures above left to right: Colm Roddy (72) and M. P. Walsh on O’Connell Street Dublin. “Great to see people empowered!” – Colm Roddy, 3.8.14) When it comes to supporting charities the Irish people are probably second to none. A truly honourable trait. But when it comes to prioritising what is most important on this island, we have some serious readjustments to make. When sporting events and american country singers become more important than the wellbeing of this country, and all of our fellow citizens, I have to ask why? M. P....
A Little Understanding Of The Past

A Little Understanding Of The Past

A true republic, can not be attained and maintained by mere words and mechanisms alone. It requires the continuous participation of all its citizens, young and old alike. I also believe it is important to have a little understanding of the past, to have an appreciation of the present, and future. Whether that understanding is an acknowledgement  of the sacrifices made on your behalf, by your parents, or revolutionaries. To achieve (a true republic) we must have a unified progressive vision of the future. We must also become informed of our legal rights and entitlements as Irish sovereign citizens, which you can now attain by viewing (Your Legal and Constitutional Rights as Irish Citizens) page on this website, courtesy of John Moran from Co. Louth. M. P. Walsh...