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London - Unite For Freedom

Details of organisations attending will be posted as and when.. 

As with exact location and time. 

The day is the most important part at the moment. 

Saturday 20th March 

Keep it free and MARCH in March. 

BC 

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me and my wife will be attending.......................ABOUT FUCKING TIME.............really difficult for us as wev not been on social media for about 12 years to know the whens and wheres of these things.....fantastic its on here..............we live in Ferrybridge near Leeds so any advice on how to get there  and or where to park or whatever please let me know. 

 

Thank you so much

 

 

IM OVER THE MOON!!!!

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i,ll be there..expect to be attacked by old bill..they,ll have their orders to break heads as usual but leave any counter demos alone..BRING IT ON!

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Hi. Im on the Isle of Wight myself, missed the last two protests as had no way to get there myself.

 

I have bike now, but am still Learner and have had no experience riding on mainland, and cant legally ride on motorways anyway. I would feel in way too deep to suddenly try and ride on the mainland to London with no experience, so is there anyone else in the Isle of Wight who I could also join? Ill pay towards petrol money and just as a way to say thanks if this could be arranged? 👍

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On 2/27/2021 at 2:19 PM, Basket Case said:

From DI news today  🥰 
Get out onto the streets and be SEEN...

 

 

 

Fucking bastards.. 

I'll upload to Bitchute later and repost. 

 

 

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The power lies in the unity not in the volume or the violence...although when in Rome....Thank you for this, it is powerful in a way we need right now.

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On 2/14/2021 at 12:05 PM, mathewtwatson said:

me and my wife will be attending.......................ABOUT FUCKING TIME.............really difficult for us as wev not been on social media for about 12 years to know the whens and wheres of these things.....fantastic its on here..............we live in Ferrybridge near Leeds so any advice on how to get there  and or where to park or whatever please let me know. 

 

Thank you so much

 

 

IM OVER THE MOON!!!!

Is that Ferrybridge near Pontefract? I'm in Wakefield.

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2 hours ago, Jayne dariany said:

Is that Ferrybridge near Pontefract? I'm in Wakefield.

yeah....next to ponte.

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3 hours ago, mathewtwatson said:

yeah....next to ponte.

I'm in Wakefield. Pls keep me posted if anyone organises transport 

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I've never been to a protest such as this before. Are they easy to get to via public transport once we've hit London on a train? 

 

Do the gavvers try and setup blocks to stop pedestrians getting there etc etc? 🤔 

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2 minutes ago, TFH said:

I've never been to a protest such as this before. Are they easy to get to via public transport once we've hit London on a train? 

 

Do the gavvers try and setup blocks to stop pedestrians getting there etc etc? 🤔 

 

Yes. 

And yes..  :0)

 

Underground trains everywhere and easy. 

Gavvers expected. Blend in with the Normies :0)

BC 

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For those thinking of going to the event on 20th March, please be aware that the location will be announced only a few days before the 20th March and could be subject to change on the day.

 

So the advice is to get to central London and wait for the location confirmation (if not confirmed prior to the date) which will be announced via the event's Telegram channel along with any changes. So it would be a good idea to make sure you have access to this although updates are likely to also be posted on this thread. Should anybody want the link to the Telegram channel, please feel free to PM me.

 

The timing is still somewhat vague. I have seen flyers stating that it starting at both midday and 1pm so I do not know which is true yet unfortunately. I would suggest being in central London for 11am in case of the earlier start.

 

The reason why the event will not be at Trafalgar Square is because there is expected to be another type of protest going on there - BLM I think.

 

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19 hours ago, TFH said:

I've never been to a protest such as this before. Are they easy to get to via public transport once we've hit London on a train? 

 

Do the gavvers try and setup blocks to stop pedestrians getting there etc etc? 🤔 

 

I would say to exercise some vigilance and caution on the day. The reason why I say this is because the last big event I went to on the 28th November turned into complete chaos with people getting arrested exiting tube stations apparently (i.e. King's Cross and Angel). Announcements kept going out with location changes because people were getting to one location and just getting nicked straight away as the police were waiting outside. I had to change course twice because of this. There weren't any blocks, however, to stop pedestrians but some coaches were stopped en route and passengers / drivers nicked.

 

The 28th November was particularly bad as the tiers had been brought in with the exemption for protests removed. The police therefore came down harder than they had before. As far as I am aware, the legislation has not since changed to allow exemptions for protests again. Although lawyers giving advice to the Human Rights Committee have confirmed that the common law right to protest remains in force because Coronavirus Regs do not expressly remove this right, I don't think this will deter police. Plus a Bill is being put forward soon which, if passed, will increase police powers to police protests - I need to look further into this Bill and how quickly it is likely to be heard (i.e. if it might be before 20th March).

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If BLM are going to be in Trafalgar Square, this could be a ploy by  TPTB to divert attention and/or dilute the pandemic protest. 

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At least one of the speakers at this gathering must pass a comment on the BLM protest ....

 

No one in their right mind could think that an anti racism march is relevant in London in 2021 ..... Over half the population of London is composed of people from all parts of the world , the ELECTED Mayor is a Muslim Asian . No place on the planet is more multicultural and inclusive .....

 

Even in America this is not a relevant issue.  It was in the 1950s/60s that there were segregated buses and schools ( in a few states) . ... So this BLM BS is all engineered by the Cabal to divide and conquer ... and get people hateful over MEMORIES of past injustice! 

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