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Lockdown in Ireland: The Interview That 103.2 Dublin City FM Didn’t Want You To Hear

category national | health / disability issues | news report author Friday May 29, 2020 23:08author by 1 of indy Report this post to the editors

The interview that Dublin City FM didn't want you to hear

This interview by Dublin City FM discussing matters of freedom on health vaccines and the lockdown was about to be aired at the end of April but twas then pulled at the last minute and Health Freedom Ireland have made it available.

Do you agree with the current lockdown measures in Ireland to "flatten the curve" or do you believe it's time for a review?

We are discussing the merits of continued lockdown as well as a number of other important aspects around Ireland's COVID19 strategy in the interview

Sadly, censorship is well and truly alive in Ireland. This interview, recorded and due to be aired tonight at 8.30pm was pulled last minute by Dublin City FM

Share your thoughts below and do contact Dublin City FM on our behalf to let them know that you don't agree with media censorship. They need to know that this is a topic people want to hear about.

You can use our Tweet if you like. The show preview received 8.2 K views - is the radio afraid that they've hit on something people are interested in???

Let us know what you think about the current lockdown in Ireland.

Related Link: https://healthfreedomireland.com/lockdowninterview/



audio Audio file (2.9 Mb) of the Dublin City FM interview of Health Freedom Ireland that was censored 2.91 Mb

Caption: Health Freedom Ireland on freedom of medical choices and bodily autonomy


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