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7 minutes ago, Noctua said:

London protests: Police arrest 12 as weekend demonstrations begin - BBC News

London protests: Police arrest 12 as weekend demonstrations begin

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"We believe certain protest groups are specifically intending to disrupt some business locations or potentially cause criminal damage to property.

"If this happens we will take further action as required to prevent offences being committed or deal with anyone committing criminal acts."

 

 

That's the plod agitators he's  talking about.

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3 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

 

Matt Hancock's macho image would be greatly enhanced with a Burt Reynolds hair piece or a Starsky. Maybe a Roger Moore? 

 

Hancock down at the syrup of figs shop.

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Or some facial hair maybe? 😄

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The following is from the BBC website....sorry I just had to look to see what they were saying.

 

Whether it was austerity or Palestine, lockdown or the NHS, campaigners of all ages and backgrounds wanted to make their voices heard today.

The pandemic put a stop to protests, but today campaigners came out in force.

It didn't matter your cause, all groups mixed and chanted alongside each other.

Thousands came to Regent Street bringing placards, flags and familiar chants.

 

So it seems they finally admit to slightly more than hundreds, but there is no particular cause! FFS

 

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amazed there wasnt 'popup' vax tents arranged by .GOV to take the piss

 

i mean 40 years ago they would have a sense of humour . wtf has happened to these knobs in parliament?

 

humourless bunch of [email protected]

 

they could have a few actors departing from the march to get a quick jab and maybe some trying to encourage others to join in.

 

wheres the commitment to the plandemic at times like these?

chickenshits

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4 minutes ago, ar55 said:

Anyone else chuckle at the uber left woke people belittling those rejecting the vaccine as ‘uneducated’ and ‘scum’?

 

How very Tory of them.

we will see who the uneducated are when they get frigged up from the common cold when the weather drops, also when the fertility of the vaxxxed percentages come in😂🤣

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1 hour ago, zArk said:

 

wheres the commitment to the plandemic at times like these?

chickenshits

 

They dont have faith in their own system LOL

As soon as they called lockdown - they lost!

Its the death throws of a dying system.

But they wont go down without exerting maximum damage in all areas.

 

LIFE itself is the manifestation of freedom, of sovereignty, of freewill and volition.

It cannot be contained!

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16 minutes ago, ar55 said:

Anyone else chuckle at the uber left woke people belittling those rejecting the vaccine as ‘uneducated’ and ‘scum’?

 

How very Tory of them.

Rather an uneducated wise man than an educated fool.

 

Surely an intelligent person would understand that?

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5 hours ago, Human10 said:

I'm maybe from the different culture but who cares who he sleeps with... 🙄

 

I think what people are upset about is that he has been telling people to maintain social distancing and not to hug loved ones.....while he himself is breaking his own rules

 

time and time again we have seen the people at the centre of this lockdown nonsense break their own rules with no repercussions whilst the rest of us are being fined, arrested and threatened

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3 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

I think what people are upset about is that he has been telling people to maintain social distancing and not to hug loved ones.....while he himself is breaking his own rules

 

time and time again we have seen the people at the centre of this lockdown nonsense break their own rules with no repercussions whilst the rest of us are being fined, arrested and threatened

 

The evidence, among others, that the whole covid stuff is nonsense; otherwise, he (being an 'insider') would abide by his own rules so as to avoid catching it.

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5 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

I think what people are upset about is that he has been telling people to maintain social distancing and not to hug loved ones.....while he himself is breaking his own rules

 

time and time again we have seen the people at the centre of this lockdown nonsense break their own rules with no repercussions whilst the rest of us are being fined, arrested and threatened

+1 This! Generally speaking I gave up communicating with my MP about this covid stuff a while back as t was pointless, but was incensed by the actions of Mr Hancock so did write a brief email to him and will just leave it at that. 

 

"Dear,

 

In April 2020, I was told by the care home, that due to instructions given about social distancing rules, I would not be allowed to see or be with my father, who subsequently had to die - completely alone, without saying goodbye to any of his 3 children.
 
Today, on national television, I had to watch the person who gave those instructions MR Matt Hancock, break the very rules he set - because he felt the need to satiate his sexual desires.
 
That is all I have to say to you.
 
Best Regards
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@whatthefoxhat

 

(and our other members who are taking part in today's London demo).

 

It's a physically taxing undertaking for those who are no longer spring chickens, so it's heart warming to see all age groups doing it.

 

I would like to join in, but circumstances (geography & arthritis) are prohibitive, so thank you for representing the views of us who can't make it!

 

It's a great way of signalling to the cabal that we're not all hoodwinked.

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LOL

 

"Dozens of yellow tennis balls, which had 'not very nice' messages on them, were thrown on Downing Street and over the fence into the grounds of Parliament, with police officers having to duck and kick them out of the way."

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9728185/Tens-thousands-anti-lockdown-protesters-descend-London-demand-Matt-Hancocks-arrest.html

 

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12 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

I think what people are upset about is that he has been telling people to maintain social distancing and not to hug loved ones.....while he himself is breaking his own rules

 

time and time again we have seen the people at the centre of this lockdown nonsense break their own rules with no repercussions whilst the rest of us are being fined, arrested and threatened

WHat kind of person would listen to this advice. I can't also imagine being fined for visiting a call girl. I heard it's illegal in UK or something like this but cum on 😅

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7 minutes ago, Mr H said:

Today, on national television, I had to watch the person who gave those instructions MR Matt Hancock, break the very rules he set - because he felt the need to satiate his sexual desires.

 

everyone who has been cooped up in their own houses unable to travel anywhere has also had to endure boris enjoying the sunshine in cornwall whilst cosying up, maskless to an international group of jetsetting elites who must all come into contact with countless people every day in the course of their work

 

8 million quid they spent just on lengthening the runway of the local airfield so that biden could fly in on airforce 1. Why not land somewhere else and then chopper him to the event?

 

They have no respect for us or our public funds

 

It's always one rule for us and another for them

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1 minute ago, Human10 said:

WHat kind of person would listen to this advice.

 

people who have believed the corporate media when it tells them that there is a deadly virus on the loose and that it is their moral duty to self isolate even if it kills them

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15 minutes ago, Anders said:

The evidence, among others, that the whole covid stuff is nonsense; otherwise, he (being an 'insider') would abide by his own rules so as to avoid catching it.

 

sturgeon was caught in scotland in a pub without her mask on

 

none of these guys believe in a lethal virus

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12 minutes ago, Golden Retriever said:

LOL

 

"Dozens of yellow tennis balls, which had 'not very nice' messages on them, were thrown on Downing Street and over the fence into the grounds of Parliament, with police officers having to duck and kick them out of the way."

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9728185/Tens-thousands-anti-lockdown-protesters-descend-London-demand-Matt-Hancocks-arrest.html

 

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The officer on screen right appears to have a sense of humour.

 

I don't like what the ones to the left are packing.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Noctua said:

London protests: Police arrest 12 as weekend demonstrations begin - BBC News

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image captionThousands of protesters have taken to the streets of London

Just come back from it. Walked from the very back as it entered Oxford Street, took 1.5 hours to get to Downing Street walking faster than the march. The distance from Downing Street to the back of the march (as I went home @ 3.30pm approx) was about 1 mile (according to G**gle maps measurement). No idea how many that is, but certainly higher than anything the BBC will probably say. Lots of youngsters there, they've not all been brainwashed.

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11 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

The officer on screen right appears to have a sense of humour.

 

I don't like what the ones to the left are packing.

 

 

Quite a few police between Trafalgar Square and parliament were not wearing masks. Didn't see any agro from the police, but then they were vastly outnumbered.

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