AV11 - Gemma O'Doherty - Exposing Corruption
Exposing Corrruption in the Corporatist State
Gemma O’Doherty is an award-winning journalist from Dublin whose work has shone a light on some of the darkest corners of Irish life. Former Campaigning Journalist of the Year, her investigations have led to the reopening of a number of unsolved murders and child sexual abuse cases involving police corruption and political interference.
Her work on the Father Niall Molloy murder was described in the Irish parliament as revealing ‘the biggest cover-up in the history of the state.’ She exposed widespread abuse of Ireland’s road safety laws by establishment VIPs including Ireland’s chief of police, politicians, journalists and members of the legal profession.
Her anti-corruption journalism led to her unlawful dismissal by the Irish Independent after almost 20 years at the newspaper where she was Chief Features Writer. She was removed from her job after Denis O’Brien - Ireland’s wealthiest businessman and the Clintons’ biggest Irish donor - became the biggest shareholder in the company. She took a successful case to the High Court which has given her the freedom to continue her work today.
Her report on the Madeleine McCann case exposed striking contradictions in the BBC’s coverage of the toddler’s disappearance and forced the broadcaster to apologise for an alleged ‘error of judgement’ in their portrayal of critical aspects of the case.
She exposed a disturbing police/political cover-up in her documentary on Ireland’s longest and youngest missing person: ‘Mary Boyle: The Untold Story’ which had reached more than 1 million views on YouTube when her channel was shut down last year after she began to speak out about the negative impact of globalism on Ireland.
During her journalistic career, she won a national award for her investigation on the dangers of water fluoridation. Today, she is focused on informing Irish people about the New World Order agenda from vaccinations to 5G, transgenderism to climate deception and multiculturalism to hate speech.
Last year, she decided to enter the political arena and established Anti-Corruption Ireland - an organisation devoted to cleaning up the culture of corruption endemic in Irish public life. Today, it has more than 4,000 members and is growing steadily despite the state and media’s best efforts to deplatform and defame Gemma at every turn.
Her key ambition is to restore sovereignty and sanity to Ireland, a country that has been impacted by globalism more gravely than most European nations due to its small population, the dominant presence of tax-avoiding multinationals in the country and its heavy burden of foreign debt.