Saturday, 21 February 2015

TIME TO MAKE OUR STAND IRELAND


TURN IT UP !


Most of you people have never met a lady who lived in Iúr Cinn Trá called Red Sarah Murphy, who died last year. She was one of the few people I met, who walked their talk, I have been wairting a long time for such a politician to appear on the Irish political stage in Ireland.The Murphy below is a rare politician in Ireland, who walks their talk.. When bad law, jails innocent people, it is time to break the law. I join with Paul Murphy, in calling on all Irish people, to get off your arse, break bad laws and make our stand, stick together at all costs insolidarity with jailed comrades! United, we can never  ve defeated behind a Real Murphy!

NOW IS OUR TIME TO MAKE OUR STAND IN IRELAND

YOU ARE EITHER WITH US OR AGAINST US

FOLLOW THIS MURPHY! HE LEADS BY EXAMPLE FROM THE FRONT!

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Paul Murphy

Paul Murphy calls for anti water charge protesters to breach court injunction

TD Paul Murphy has called for anti-water charge campaigners to breach a court ordered injunction preventing them from interfering with the installation of water meters.

Mr Murphy said he would breach such an injunction himself, and encouraged others to do the same.
Speaking to Newstalk, he said:
“There was an injunction given to a private company, to prevent people going within 20 metres of water meters.
“There was no finding of criminal acts by the judge.
“The court should never have given such an order. People have an absolute right to protest, and to protest peacefully.”
He called for widespread defiance of any injunctions ordered by the courts.
“There should now be widespread defiance of any injunction relating to water meter installation, People cannot be intimidated from protesting.
“I would be happy to breach such an injunction, I would encourage others to breach such an injunction.
“How many people are they willing to jail to get these water meters in?”
Mr Murphy made his comments after several anti-water charge protesters were jailed yesterday for breaching a court order to stay 20 metres away from water meter installations.
The protesters can purge their contempt at any time, by agreeing to obey the court order.
Source: independent.ie
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