How long will it be before a former serviceman of Britain’s armed forces take out one of the rainbow nation’s violent but otherwise inept cops? A protest against Covid-19 vaccine passports in Newcastle, England, turned ugly only after state police showed up with horses, batons were drawn and attack dogs, one of which mauled a man who was being tackled and subdued by several officers.
Protesters have packed into central London and other great British cities in angry demonstrations against the Westminster regime’s ongoing plans to introduce the so-called vaccine passports. Though largely ignored by the media, tens of thousands of people took part.
As Australians take to the streets to protest the country’s closure (isolation) measures, last weekend after clashes with police, Australian truck drivers planned to blockade every major highway across the country and advised people to ‘get food,’ Daily Mail reports.
Explain please…if you still believe in the mainstream narrative, here are a few questions for you to ponder. Explain how the flu disappeared but has been replaced with something which shares many of the same symptoms.
‘They can’t arrest us all’: Horse-mounted protesters steal the show at Australian anti-lockdown rally (VIDEO)
Mounted police officers are commonly used at rallies around the globe, but mounted protesters seem to be an Australian innovation as a man was filmed encouraging people to break Covid-19 rules from the back of a white horse.
According to French intelligence, a new wave of protest in the style of the Yellow Vests movement is to be feared with the introduction of the health pass.
The Baltic Way (Chain of Freedom) was a peaceful political demonstration that occurred on 23 August 1989. Approximately two million people joined their hands to form a human chain spanning 675 km (419 miles) across the three Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, which at the time were occupied by the Soviet Union.
As of Monday, I, like millions of other people living in France, will officially be a second-class citizen. Going to a restaurant, a museum, a concert, a cinema, or a swimming pool, having a drink on a café terrace, boarding a fast train, or visiting a relative in hospital or a home for the elderly, will be allowed only to those who have been fully ‘vaccinated,’ who have recovered from COVID less than 6 months ago, or who can show a negative PCR or a genic test passed less than 48 hours ago.
The worst war of all wars is the Civil War. Civil Wars pit citizens against citizens, brothers kill brothers, fathers kill sons, and divisions between family and neighbours last for generations.
Two French unions have called for strikes against the compulsory vaccination of firefighters, healthcare workers, and caregivers. They say the measure violates fundamental rights.