A Fork In The Road – Ballyhea Weekly March Ends

This coming Sunday, March 6th 2016, marks the exact 5th anniversary of the first Ballyhea Says No protest march against the imposition of the odious bank-debt on the people of Ireland, March 6th 2011. Just as that was the first Sunday after the election of a new Dáil, this is the first Sunday after another […]

The Banking Inquiry – Ballyhea Says kNOw

by Diarmuid O Flynn A couple of weeks ago Ballyhea Says No led a delegation that included two TDs (Joan Collins and Catherine Murphy) and an MEP (Marian Harkin) to meet new Central Bank Governor Phillip Lane. We outlined for Mr Lane why, after almost a full five years, the Ballyhea campaign still persists, marches every […]

Central Bank Governor Philip Lane to meet Ballyhea Says No Campaign Group

by Diarmuid O’Flynn Today, Friday January 15th at noon, the new Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, Philip Lane, has agreed to meet with a delegation from the Ballyhea Says No group to discuss the issues arising from their long-running campaign (we have marched every week since March 6th 2011, 254 weeks and counting) against […]

Ballyhea Says No – Week 250 – Why we persevere

by Diarmuid O’Flynn Last Sunday we marked week 250 of the Ballyhea Says No campaign against the imposition of odious bank-debt on the Irish people. In the days before and after I was asked many times – how have ye kept going? How do ye persevere with a cause that gets so little publicity? My […]

Ballyhea Says No – Week 250 – Sunday December 13th

Since Sunday March 6th 2011, over four years ago, a small group of determined people have marched every week in protest at the imposition of private bank-debt on the Irish people. During that period, recognising that this was an issue on which our government was not going to be of any assistance, the protest morphed […]