Skip to comments.€500 on-the-spot fines for breaches of restrictions [Ireland; second COVID lockdown]
Posted on 10/20/2020 8:48:40 PM PDT by Olog-hai
People who breach the Governments COVID-19 restrictions can be issued with an on-the-spot fine of up to 500 under legislation to be passed in the coming days, the Cabinet has agreed.
The legislation will pave the way for proportionate fines for those who hold house parties, travel beyond the five-kilometer limit or refuse to wear a face covering.
However, this legislation will not be in place by midnight tomorrow when the new restrictions kick in.
This means that the current penalty of 2,500 or up to six months in prison will apply for travel restriction breaches until the new law is passed.
Minister for Justice Helen McEntee said people will always be given a chance to comply with the restrictions and fines will only be used as a last resort.
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So much for the Church being too controlling.
In all seriousness. Has anyone else notice a hatred of Christianity and hatred of personal freedom and human rights often go hand in hand?
That all goes back to the writings of Marx and Engels.
Lenin continued on that theme by openly declaring that his followers “must combat religionthat is the A-B-C of all materialism, and consequently of Marxism”. Lenin’s first education commissar, a man called Anatoly Lunacharsky, openly declared, “We hate Christians and Christianity [ ] Down with ‘love of our neighbor’. What we want is hatred. We must know how to hate. Only then shall we conquer the universe.” That insanity survived to this day.
WHO finally admits lockdowns are not effective now. So no. Lockdowns are a power play.
Ireland is quite far from the UK’s orbit, in fact. They are more in the very toxic continental orbit.
Irish serfs. Back to manorialism.
And the amazing thing is that they still think they’re an independent, sovereign nation.
You do not want to get the Irish angry at you. They will remember for generations.
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