Time For Change – 16th July 2022, Cost of Living Emergency, Customs House Dublin, 2pm

Meeting at Customs House, Dublin at 1.45pm

We move closer to Saturday’s emergency gathering, on 16th July, where we will meet at the Customs House at 1.45pm.

At 2pm we will walk against corruption in Irish politics, and for the rights of the Irish people enshrined in our Constitution.

We will have speakers at the gathering, and we’ll need as many people as possible to help deliver the message.

We want to thank the people who have attended a past march, over 10000 people made it to these amazing historic days.

We’re looking forward to welcoming you all back this Saturday, 16th July 2022, for the next round of warnings.

Can you help spread the word?

Besides sharing on social media, we are asking any volunteers to print out the flyer below if you can (click the download link just below), and put some posters up in your local area.

Even one poster will make a difference.

Please also share this page online if you can.

We’ll see you this Saturday – please bring your Tricolours and national flags, and plenty of good cheer!

Erin Go Brath!

Assembly will be at the Historical Customs House Dublin at 1.45pm and will depart at 2.00pm sharp.

Yellow Vest Ireland prepare to take to the Streets of Dublin once again on the 16th July 2022.

The #TimeForChange campaign continues on as the establishment continues to make life more difficult for the people.
Bring your Tricolours and your Yellow Vest as we unite for the day to defend freedom, protect our civil liberties and our human rights.

We all know by now that the corruption across the Irish government and the establishment is endemic and systemic and it must end. We united must now show the government and Ireland that we will no longer stand idly by.

Join Yellow Vest Ireland and help us continue the campaign Time For Change to create a more equal and inclusive Ireland.

Please invite your friends to the group,
And be a part of taking your country back!

This video is from 1 year ago, July 24th. With over 10,000 people marching in Dublin

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