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Across Europe, North America, Australian and New Zealand, the White people treated with greater disdain than the kaffirs (Blacks) in apartheid South Africa are increasingly bitter about their being denied democracy.
People from across the political spectrum packed onto the streets of Amsterdam to protest the Dutch globalist (Communist) regime’s proposed obligatory Covid-Injection passes. The demonstration blocked roads in the city centre for miles.
Crowds of protesters gathered in Amsterdam’s Dam Square on Sunday for a 7km (4 mile) march through the city’s canal-lined streets and back to the square, all in protest of the government’s coronavirus policies.
Video footage showed a seemingly endless column of protesters marching along the route, with some observers claiming that the actual group of demonstrators was up to 3km (1.8 miles) long.
Protesters claimed that upwards of 80,000 people were there, while local authorities put the attendance at 20,000. Either way, the city council urged Amsterdammers to stop showing up shortly before the start of the march at midday, saying the city centre had become ‘too busy.’
Two points worth noting: ‘the city centre is too busy for disruptive demonstrations’ was the mantra of Eastern Bloc regimes before the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Secondly, there is no excuse for the authorities and their Press to repeatedly underestimate numbers attending anti-regime demonstrations. With crowd photos taken from the air (drones) and high rise apartments it is well known how many people it takes to complete each say 100 metre square and to calculate the true numbers to an accuracy of 100 demonstrators or so.
The focus of the march was on the Dutch government’s plans to make proof of injection mandatory to enter restaurants, cafes, museums and other public spaces, as suggested by Health Minister Hugo de Jonge earlier this week. As such, protesters carried banners decrying ‘medical apartheid’ and complained that vaccine passes punish the young and healthy who refuse to be jabbed by the clot-shot.
Some of the protesters demonstrated against already suspect ‘vaccines’, calling them poison, while others came to stump for anti-jab politicians opposing the so-called ‘vaccine passports’.
Thierry Baudet, leader of the right-wing Forum for Democracy (FvD) party marched with the protesters, as did Wybren van Haga of the newly formed libertarian party Belang van Nederland (Dutch Interest). Bauded claimed after the march that 100,000 people had come out ‘to stand up against the medical dictatorship.’
More than anti-migrant patriotic groups were present, with dance music fans, Hare Krishnas, religious organizations, pensioners, anarchists, bikers, former police officers and soldiers all among the crowds, according to local media reports.
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