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Louise from Save Our Rights speaks with DI as to why he thinks it is important that as many people as possible attend the Trafalgar Square rally this Saturday 26th September.   DI states tha

The risk assessment for the event had been fully approved via the police liaison and with Westminster City Council. This made the event "legal". There were a couple of times where messages had come th

Interesting and thoughtful comment G - I watched / am still watching a lot of the footage of today. Fortunately there is a lot of footage to be found, although of course the msm will probably cherry p

2 minutes ago, greenheart said:

Any updates here if possible please. It looks like the next 24 hours could be crucial.

 

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I have doubts. If it does, I predict violence from the cops, they'll have every able bodied thug out there to beat up and intimidate everyone, they'll have water cannons, tear gas, rubber bullets the works.

 

They cannot afford to be caught out in this monumental hoax that has caused so much damage to the UK, the economy and the people.

 

It will take just ONE SINGLE country to expose this and the entire hoax will come crashing down world-wide and members of the government will be looking for places to hide. They already know this, so they will fight to the bitter end. The other question is, will the cops be so easily forgiven for their part.

 

What I've never been able to understand, is how 3 or 4 hijackers on an plane with 200 passengers, can actually succeed.

 

How did Anders Breivik manage to survive several hundred young and healthy people? I'm afraid if I was a lone gunman, even with a lot of ammo, I would shit myself if a group of two or three hundred people turned on me, but they never do.

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10 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

The organisers have said that the rally will go ahead even if we are locked down again. I don't think they will change their position on this, particularly as Piers Corbyn and Save Our Rights have been out protesting since at least April / May which was when we were previously locked up.

Be prepared for Police violence! I wish I could be there, but I'm in Belgium so impossible. My thoughts are with you all.

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18 minutes ago, Jack said:

who is organising this protest? are they in discussion with the local police?

 

 

It is a collaboration between Save Our Rights UK, Event 202, Earth United, StandUpX and StopNewNormal (Piers Corbyn).

 

They appear to be in talks with police and are asking for donations towards the risk assessment which is needed for protests to be legal at present. Donations would also go towards equipment hire, security (they are trying to recruit SIA accredited people for this), first aiders, marshals, advertising and leaflets etc.

 

They have partnered with #honkforhope to help with coach transport on the day.

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Louise from Save Our Rights speaks with DI as to why he thinks it is important that as many people as possible attend the Trafalgar Square rally this Saturday 26th September.

 

DI states that it is a pivotal point in history and an opportunity to make a statement that there is a massive awakening going on and that we are not prepared to give our power away to authority. The more people can see the numbers prepared to stand up, the more the momentum will gather. We have a short window to make our voices heard.

 

 

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Just now, Grumpy Grapes said:

Correct me if I'm wrong, but the new government regulations say that protest in numbers over 6 is still legal provided you observe social distancing, so if you want to avoid any hassle on the day, that's an option. Have I read this correctly? 

well you can be in bubbles of 6 i guess- its pointless protesting about social distancing if you are social distancing. 

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I am in Wiltshire - would like to go to Trafalgar. Tried to book a place on line but they need a mobile phone - I do not  / will not have a phone (NO, not 5G, just never felt they were safe).

Any suggestions to get there?

Thanks - will send a small donation to one of the groups if I do not make it.

JUST HOPE THAT EVERYONE KEEPS IT PEACEFULL - DON'T GIVE the MSM a REASON to REPORT any AGGRESSION from our side.

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4 hours ago, ItsTheTruthThough said:

I’m absolutely gutted I can’t go, I live in the north and just can’t afford the fare to get there ☹️ I’d be there in a heartbeat if there was any way I could. I bet there are millions in my position

 

I think that protests should be done also in small towns of countryside. If to move to the biggiest cities it's impossible, what does it matter? A village can be a front for the battle. Can't it?

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As a veteran protester who attended the poll tax and most of the May day and not in my name protests , i was put in the first kettles and charged by mounted horses 20years ago ...

But as a naturally suspicious person cant help but think , that ....

All these dissents arriving in London could be used by the powers that be 

Hope im wrong just , musing my thoughts 

I remember reading about the us government releasing germs sealed in glass light bulbs in the subway , to monitor transmission .....    Just musing 

As i was poisoned about a year ago and have had two mini stokes since that...

But these fuckers are going hell for leather 

Botulism and Small Box

 

 Botulinum toxin is a severe form of the food poisoning toxin that causes botulism. Milligram for milligram, it is the deadliest substance known to science. It is 15,000 times more powerful than VX and 100,000 times stronger than sarin.

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 Botulinum toxin acts more like a chemical weapon rather than a biological one because it knocks out the respiratory system as opposed to causing an infection. It blocks nerve transmissions and can enter the system orally or through inhalation. It causes death through suffocation by paralyzing the lungs and can cause respiratory failure in two to 12 hours. . . If dropped on a large shopping mall it could kill up to 40,000 people.

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On 9/23/2020 at 9:40 PM, Jack said:

well you can be in bubbles of 6 i guess- its pointless protesting about social distancing if you are social distancing. 

Why would we be observing and complying with their rules within a protest AGAINST their rules! Come on. Rules or no rules, the event will go ahead and we will not be social distancing or any of that bs. 

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On 9/23/2020 at 7:01 PM, ItsTheTruthThough said:

I’m absolutely gutted I can’t go, I live in the north and just can’t afford the fare to get there ☹️ I’d be there in a heartbeat if there was any way I could. I bet there are millions in my position

Apparently they were doing group coach rentals so people could chip in and come together from different locations outside of London. 

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