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More shoddy 'journalism' from the Birmingham Mail:

https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/watch-major-anti-lockdown-demonstration-19199192

 

Watch - Major anti-lockdown demonstration in Birmingham city centre as hundreds gather without masks

Hundreds of protesters chanted 'take off the masks' as they gathered in Victoria Square ahead of PM's TV address

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Hundreds of maskless protesters gathered in Birmingham city centre demanding "freedom" - hours before the Prime Minister's TV lockdown address.

Footage of the Victoria Square event showed a large crowd being addressed outside the council house on Saturday afternoon, October 31.

David Icke was among the advertised speakers, according to his Twitter account.

"Take off the masks" was chanted along with a song about not accepting the vaccine from the Government.

5G conspiracy theories were also among the subjects addressed. The event appeared to be passing off peacefully.

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I was late to the party, getting there just after 2pm.

 

Can I be brutally honest? With the exception of Jaymie and David Icke (I didn't see Gareth, unless he was on towards the start), I found the speakers at this event a bit uninspiring, perhaps not helped by the awful sound system, which made it hard to hear what they were saying at times. And some of them just went on far too long.

 

The crowd for this event was much bigger than the last one, Victoria Square was a lot more full. It was difficult to work out how many there were in the crowd, could have been approaching a thousand, certainly a few hundred.

 

It was just great to be among so many like-minded people, though there did seem to be handful of pissed-up idiots.

 

It was heartwarming to hear the crowd so quiet while David was speaking, though equally it was disappointing that I suddenly found myself surrounded by people with their phones in the air filming.

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@GarethIcke  Feel better soon... when people care about humanity it is a heavy weight, especially when you and your family are carrying such a huge truth to the world.  The worry for your immediate family too...as well as your dad, mom, brother, sister and their immediate families, must be a phenomenal anxiety inducer.  Sending you all much love and positive vibes from here in Canada.  Your dad and brother did a fantastic job today, as you did the other week...you have so many who support you.... feel the love and know your efforts and your commitment is appreciated and know you are a true light in this world amid all of this chaos... 

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5 hours ago, metak88 said:

 

 

The Ickes have shouldered so much and i can't imagine the pressure they must be under

 

It's not really fair that they have had to do that and we are lucky to have them

 

When are people going to pull their heads out of their butts? You know...what's it going to take for people sit up and stop believing the government and mainstream media?

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I know exactly how Gareth feels and I have dropped out myself in the past. Not mentally dropped out, as in giving up, it was just that I couldn't really contribute meaningfully. It is one fukked up reality we are confronted with. It is nigh on impossible to be spiritually against it, for say a decade or more, and to not suffer any negative effects. Taking time out does help to heal and in recent times taking CBD oil has benefited me too. The only alternative is to capitulate and accept the horror on the horizon. A reality where literally every tiny aspect, of our and our loved ones lives, is decided by insane control freaks like Tony Blair. Get well soon Gareth and love/respect to everyone who gives what they can, when they can.     

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on the vid at 2:40 I thought 'George Speaks' was spot on. The only trouble was, half way through his speech there were these guy's shouting very loud so you could hardly hear 'George speak'. This seemed deliberate, I'm not sure ??

 

I hope Gareth is feeling better, I know what panic attacks are like, not very nice at all.

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54 minutes ago, alexa said:

The only trouble was, half way through his speech there were these guy's shouting very loud so you could hardly hear 'George speak'. This seemed deliberate, I'm not sure??

 

Quite possibly. It is common knowledge that the Spook Squad do often send some of their low IQ employees to attend these gatherings.

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13 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

I was late to the party, getting there just after 2pm.

 

Can I be brutally honest? With the exception of Jaymie and David Icke (I didn't see Gareth, unless he was on towards the start), I found the speakers at this event a bit uninspiring, perhaps not helped by the awful sound system, which made it hard to hear what they were saying at times. And some of them just went on far too long.

 

The crowd for this event was much bigger than the last one, Victoria Square was a lot more full. It was difficult to work out how many there were in the crowd, could have been approaching a thousand, certainly a few hundred.

 

It was just great to be among so many like-minded people, though there did seem to be handful of pissed-up idiots.

 

It was heartwarming to hear the crowd so quiet while David was speaking, though equally it was disappointing that I suddenly found myself surrounded by people with their phones in the air filming.

There was a lot of wasted time through the ramblings of the Asian chap who was hosting. The 5g bloke  came across as if he was just there to self promote. Nerves got the better of a few, I'm sure - some took the tactic of repeating themselves from a slightly different angle rather than collecting their thoughts and enjoying the silence for a few seconds.

 

The biggest error was to wait half an hour after David finished to walk around the city centre. Instead of using that momentum, a mousey voiced man got up and waffled incoherently for what seemed an age. Instead of 1200 (my estimate) making a noise and handing out flyers to thousands of bewildered sheep, a good 800 had left and the train of people was a third the size it could have been.

 

A good day, some great conversations, four or five good speeches, a lot of naivety from the organisers that prevented it being as effective as it could have been.

 

Favourite quote of the day was the one regarding which side you are on:

 

Satan owns the fence.

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2 hours ago, Armesis said:

Guys, I cant seem to find anything on the speakers - Sean Sphinx (Spinks?) or Robin reborn (the girl who was used in ritual abuse). Lots of comments on the vids say the same thing, please help.

 

Edit - Found this one so far - https://www.bitchute.com/channel/robin-reborn/

The sound system was poor and though I was at the front, it was a struggle to hear what was being said from time to time. The bloody thing cut out completely a number of times as if there was a loose wire somewhere.

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