Making A Change


Last night.

In the first of a new series of shows broadcast on YouTube looking at corruption in Ireland, Gemma O’Doherty (top) chatted with Cork City Councillor Diarmaid Ó Cadhla (above left) about the birth of a new movement to challenge the status quo and with mother Yvonne Hollidge (above right) about the HPV vaccine.

The show can be viewed in its entirety above.

Gemma O’Doherty

44 thoughts on “Making A Change

    1. Ciaran

      I think the fairest thing to do is to burn Gemma at the stake and shout “WITCH” at her – we could throw vaccines at her as we are shouting as a symbol of purification.

      1. Daisy Chainsaw

        If it’s what you’re into, don’t let me stop you but do you really want make a martyr of her for the cranks?

    1. Knocka Boi

      The US government allowed the Vaccine Industry to violate and ignore safety protocols for over 30 years

      For why? Profit.

      It’s why any evidence linking vaccines to neurological disorders is suppressed, ignored and ridiculed.

      It’s why people who ask questions about what’s in a vaccine are demonised by the NPC army.


      The ultimate irony may be that vaccines don’t really work.

      Ben Garrison said it best.

      Cue the NPC army and the return of their tinfoil hat slurs.


      1. millie st murderlark

        All those hashtags really add a level of veracity to your posts that makes me really sit up and take them seriously.

          1. rotide

            This line of comments is indisputible proof that the establishment elites are trying to silence Pedeyw.


  1. Ian-O

    So sad to see Gemma showing her true colours. Claiming on Twitter that the HPV vaccine can cause cancer FFS….

    Sorry, but no, just no.

    1. Ciaran

      “Sorry, but no, just no.”

      What is wrong with people today that they cannot construct a coherent, complete and correct sentence? Is it laziness? is it the Americanisation of our language? Do people think its cool or trendy to use this syntax? Is it just part of the general dumbing down of our society?

      Or perhaps its all a reference to some TV show that I don’t watch.

      1. Ian-O

        So now you have gotten that off your chest, anything coherent to add yourself?

        It’s a quite clear sentence, what part of it did you have issues with, or do you just get a kick out of trying to start random arguments with strangers online – if so, you might want to ask yourself how you arrived at this point in your life?

        Have a lovely day and save me the tiresome effort of reading your reply which, in spite of me framing the above as question, I’m really not that interested in your reply.

          1. millie st murderlark

            Good, but no one asked you.

            Or me for that matter. But if you HAD, I’d have said that it’s one of my favorite things about language, the fluidity and ever-changing nature of it.

          2. Ian-O

            @ Andrew – That’s wonderful. Any chance you can stick with the topic at hand or are you just here for an argument?

  2. Tom

    What is she on about? Ireland is one of the least corrupt countriea in the world according to independent observers. She has nothing else to talk about.

  3. Trueblueterry

    Can you please stop giving this woman a platform. Her views regarding vaccines are dangerous and you are being extremely irresponsible by continually promoting her on this site. I’m all for freedom of speech but there are plenty of others out there who can discuss corruption in this Country without taking an anti-vaccination position and spouting crazy conspiracy theories. It’s a pity because I remember a time when Broadsheet used to give a voice to the little person, now it just appears to be becoming the left wing version of Breitbart.

    1. MaryLou's ArmaLite

      Freedom of speech does not entitle one to spread lies and half-truths.

      Is she is deliberately being deceitful or does she believe in what she says?

      1. bisted

        …MaryLou…here’s me nodding in agreement with you…so you’re not a one-trick pony after all…wait…’does not entitle one to spread lies and half-truths’…phew…for a minute I thought you’d gone of message there…

      2. Johnny

        ….SHE….here’s the misogynist sectarian bigot again commenting on a tread involving quelle surprise a woman…..
        All you do on here is spread lies and half truths from the 1970’s-why do you hate women so much ?

  4. Catherine costelloe

    There is a national investigation in France ( sky news today ironically) opened as to why they have statistically excessive spike in babies born with arm& hand defects. Pesticides queried among other causes. Gemma has queried same on our high cancer rates. There is nothing wrong in posing questions . It took Vicky Phelan to expose cervical cancer scandal not the HSE who deliberately hid it.

    1. Cian

      The cervical cancer ‘scandal’ was the fact that the HSE didn’t openly disclose to the women that earlier tests were false negatives.
      Vicky Phelan’s doctor had been told 14 months prior to Vicky finding out.

    2. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      Best to know your stuff before posing questions. To understand the difference between correlation and causation, for instance. Which is a big stumbling block for many question posers/poseurs.

  5. A Person

    How come she didn’t use anti vax in her campaign for president. How come BS never questioned her on this issue despite the lengthy interviews they afforded her and no other presidential candidate. BS bull crap about main stream media being biased, yet BS are more so.

    “I know someone who had reactions to the HPV vax”, therefore its should not be used. Its a big pharma conspiracy. Absolute rubbish – ask any medical professional on this issue. I know lots of women with cervical cancer or symptoms / threats thereof. I have 2 daughters who had the vax, and thank God it is available – they won’t suffer in the future like their mother, their aunts, my female friends etc.

    Shame on you BS for giving her a platform.

  6. What in GO'Ds name

    It’s fascinating how O’Doherty tweets are now so close in tone to racist populists, referencing “soros”, “migration” , line “open our borders and demolish our sovereignty. No consultation. Criticism of mass migration banned.”, retweeting Paddy Manning and Lauren Southern amongst others, attacking “leftists and antifa”.

    Are still supporters of Gemma?

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