Danser Encore Ireland (Dance Again Ireland)

KN writes:

A tremendous flash mob performance of a song sung in France against lockdown. In a castle in Co Louth. Encore!

Danser Encore

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15 thoughts on “Dance Like Before

    1. SOQ

      For those who don’t know the local geography, Roche Castle is about 6 Km from the Dealgan House Nursing Home where 23 people died after Covid-19 ripped through it.

      Some of the families have called for a full investigation into the outbreak which has so far been resisted, but it is pretty certain that if proper procedures as recommended in The Great Barrington Declaration had been followed, that disgraceful culling would not have happened.

      Personally, I would think that supporting the calls from those families is way more important than bitching at a group of people singing and dancing in the open air in an old castle- they are not breaking any laws or regulations after all.

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      1. K. Cavan

        Yes, SOQ, people being deliberately killed is an entirely different thing from the usual predations of an infectious virus & the dumping of infected people into Care Homes happened in New York, Ireland, Canada, far too many places for it to not be thoroughly investigated. Needless to say, that won’t happen, a callous disregard for older people has poked it’s ugly head up during this period, the people shouting “don’t kill Granny” as a way of controlling the mob with Fear Porn were busy actually killing Granny.

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      2. Papi

        The dancing also took place approximately 500 miles away from where thousands were killed in the Somme in world war 1. Amelia Earhart also died nearly 3000 miles away from the dancing event. We think.

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  1. Joe

    And the words puked are “restrictions are such nonsense”. Shame on them.
    It is hard to fathom how selfish these misguided fools are more like it is the “Danse Macarbe” they are doing.

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    1. K. Cavan

      Restrictions like masking, social distancing, lockdowns don’t have a shred of scientific evidence to back them up, they run contrary to the Pandemic Emergency Plans devised by most European countries in the early 2000s, which were pointedly discarded in favour of copying the Chinese, who of course, were scamming us from the start, with their footage of people falling dead in the streets. But you’re not interested in facts, science, any of that, you just need to scowl like a Grinch at any attempt to bring this utter shambles to a life-affirming end.

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  2. John Smith

    Thanks for uploading this, Nick. The Danser Encore movement had passed me by, probably because I don’t have TV. I’ve now discovered a rake of videos, not just from France but also from many other countries in Europe and beyond. As well as this video from Co Louth, there’s also one from Galway. So good to see people returning to normal life. Singing and dancing are so important to our social life and our culture, in Ireland and across the world.

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  3. Fearganainm

    Six counties still under John Bull’s tyranny and that’s the best that they can come up with?

    ‘Revolution’ for milquetoasts.

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    1. K. Cavan

      Fearganainm, your comment seems to have emerged from the mists of history, from the days when Ireland was an independent state. As vassals of the EU & Corporate America, all we have to offer the Six Counties is rule by a far less democratic system than the one they operate under now, bad as that is. There will never be an independent Irish State, that train left the station long ago, the line was shut down, the station is closed, the drivers laid off. Keep your ticket as a souvenir.

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      1. Fearganainm

        That’s your excuse for not making any effort to drive out the Gall, is it? ‘There’s a bunch of shopkeepers around’. Into the milquetoast folder with you.

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