Neutrality Blues: Irish Leaders again disrupted by peace activists at Consultative Forum in Dublin

The Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister) has been disrupted at the state organised Consultative Forum on Neutrality, this time on it’s opening day in Dublin. This comes after similar disruptions in Cork last Thursday and Galway last Friday.

As crowds gathered outside the venue from early morning to demonstrate not only their objection to the abandonment of neutrality, but also the way the forum has been designed, activists in the audience inside rose to speak.

Peace activists Peter Dooley and Padraig O’Maoinaigh challenged the Taoiseach as soon as he stood up to take the podium.

Below is a compilation video of the contributions made by Peter Dooley and Padraig O’Maoinaigh.