Sunday, September 27, 2020

Thousands attend another London lockdown protest

There was another massive anti lockdown protest in London, England yesterday. The Activist Post is reporting that "Six months after Parliament passed the Coronavirus Act 2020, which gives the government powers to impose lockdowns and other restrictive social distancing measures (measures that have been accompanied by stiff fines), thousands of Britons packed London’s Trafalgar Square bearing signs reading ‘We Do Not Consent’ and ‘Think Before It’s Illegal’ during a rally that was billed as a ‘We Do Not Consent anti-lockdown demonstration."

"Protests are exempt from the rule of six, a rule that threatens fines for groups of more than six people, which has created much aggravation in the UK." The people have started to sing.

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