John Waters, Irish writer and formerly newspaper columnist, was born in Co Roscommon, in the West of Ireland, where he grew up in the town of Castlerea. His first book, Jiving at the Crossroads (1991), about the cultural underbelly of Irish politics, became a massive bestseller and was reissued by TransWorld in 2012. He left Irish main-stream journalism due to what he believes is its corruption.
Waters is currently fighting Ireland's High Court for what he believes are inalienable human rights and what he believes are unconstitutional mandates from the state in wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. ie: state-at-home orders.
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