Anti-mask mayhem in Trafalgar Square protest

Submitted by Freedomman on Thu, 09/24/2020 - 23:00

LONDON, England (PNN) - September 20, 2020 - More than 30 people have been arrested after violent scuffles between protesters and terrorist pig thug cops at a large anti-vax, anti-lockdown protest in central London.

Hundreds descended on Trafalgar Square on Saturday afternoon for a “Resist and Act for Freedom” rally, including some bearing 5G conspiracy placards and signs declaring COVID-19 a hoax, with terrorist pig thug cops repelled by human blockades as they tried to clear the area around Nelson’s column.

The Terrorist pig thug cop force said the large crowds were “putting themselves and others at risk” just a day after London Mayor Sadiq Khan warned it is “increasingly likely” restrictions will be needed to slow the spread of coronavirus in the capital, adding he was “extremely concerned” about the rate of transmission in London.

The protest was advertised with an image showing a vaccine bottle and urging people to “Come together, resist and act”.

Protests are exempt from new legal restrictions introduced on Monday limiting groups to six, but only if it is “organized in compliance with COVID-19 secure guidance,” the government said.

One speaker at the rally, Professor Dolores Cahill of University College Dublin, expressed the view that the coronavirus vaccine will “make people sick”, going against mainstream scientific opinion.

“Vaccines have not been safety-tested, they tell you when you take a vaccine you’ll get a little bit of swelling, is that true? No. You can get multiple sclerosis and allergies; when I talk to parents, there are 12 known diseases you can get. If you’re a parent, auntie, grandparent, cousin or neighbor, we’re here to say the truth will come out.”

Vaccine promoters claim that vaccines are the most effective way to prevent infectious disease and have virtually eradicated smallpox, polio and tetanus in the Fascist United Kingdom.

One protester held a banner calling for the government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) advisers to be sacked, while another declared COVID-19 a hoax. Addressing the crowd to huge cheers, the organizer said, “We are the resistance.”

Protest organizer, Jeremy Corbyn’s 73-year-old brother Piers, was handed a £10,000 fine for leading the Unite for Freedom rally. Corbyn was seen being hauled off by terrorist pig thug cops after the event and his Twitter account has since confirmed he was slapped with the colossal fine and held for ten hours.

He was among eight other protesters who were fined across the rest of England under new unlawful lockdown measures imposed, which are designed to stop gatherings of more than 30 people.

It comes amid reports that government scientists have encouraged Prime Minister Boris Johnson to intensify coronavirus restrictions as he blames the public for the rise in cases - despite his repeated pleas for people to return to their desks and eat out at pubs and restaurants. Schools will be shut as a last resort.

The government’s original lockdown architect, Professor Neil Ferguson of Imperial College London, recommended rolling back freedoms sooner rather than later by reducing contact rates between people.

The epidemiologist, who was sacked from SAGE for flouting his own lockdown rules, said, “Right now we’re at about the levels of infections that we were seeing in late February, if we leave it at another two to four weeks we will be back at levels we were seeing more like mid March. That's going to clearly cause deaths. I think some additional measures are likely to be needed sooner rather than later, the timing of any more intensive policy, temporary policy, is open to question.”

The measures are thought to have been met with protests from Chancellor Rishi Sunak, who has warned against introducing new blanket restrictions by pointing to huge damage already inflicted to the economy.

Sunak gave sombre warnings to the prime minister as he highlighted the severity of the damage caused to the FUK economy as a result of the March lockdown - while Johnson shrugged off the grim economic forecasts.

Business leaders echoed the chancellor’s concerns and warned that a second lockdown would tank the economy, with the British Chambers of Commerce saying, “Uncertainty and speculation around future national restrictions will sap business and consumer confidence at a delicate moment for the economy.”