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11 Arrested During ‘Irish Lives Matter’ March Against Mass Migration

via Sky News
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A march against mass migration in Dublin saw over 300 police officers deployed, resulting in 11 arrests.

The Irish Freedom Party led the demonstration, opposing mass migration and advocating for Irish sovereignty.

The party’s president, Hermann Kelly, spoke against the “colonization” of local communities and the perceived increase in criminality associated with mass migration.

“A significant policing operation was deployed in Dublin city center. Gardaí had to police a challenging environment, with a number of public gatherings organized and attended by persons with divergent and opposing views while also managing the rights of citizens to enjoy the amenity that is Dublin city center,” Chief Superintendent Patrick McMenamin said.

“Despite the challenging environment and the intensity of opposing interactions, particularly on O’Connell street, the events passed off primarily peacefully.”

“Barnstorming speech by Irish Freedom Party president Hermann Kelly to 10,000 Irish patriots in Dublin. We need to take back political power from Anti-Irish globalist Establishment,” the Irish Freedom Party wrote on X.

Tensions rose between marchers and counter-protesters, with concerns expressed about undocumented men and the asylum crisis.

“The number of Muslims across Europe has increased dramatically, and it’s very grave, dangerous for European civilization,” Kelly said.

“This increase in crime is coming very, very quickly, and it’s going to be personal,” Kelly said. “What we want is to be a free people and a free country. What we want is personal freedom and national sovereignty.”

The event highlighted growing tension in Ireland over accommodating migrants and refugees, exacerbated by a recent stabbing attack in Dublin.

Subsequent protests and the government’s proposed anti-hate speech law have further fueled the debate over migration.

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