KEEP BRITAIN FREE
It was nice to see people all together but far below the one million we reached in the past. Numbers have been dropping since david icke started to join again.
I went to one in Birmingham. The speakers recommend people stop trying to wake the rest up, stop spending time on social medial and focus on taking action.
@xena artray Losing momentum is what the purpose of this protest was about. They are infiltraters and many people know that.
@Maria Hannah I’m beginning to agree .,why not the big million marches .
why this little “ give ourselfs a blow job “ protest …it stinks
Thanks for the update, another success story. I see the NHS are after Kate's blood this morning, plenty of criticism from the blue army, tough! The National Health is on its knees and they still haven't got the message that the government has no interest in them or social care, done a U turn. More and more people are taking to dealing with their own health problems where they can, first stop is not have the jab.
Rosie - Very emotional watch, - at a guess, how many?
The Square was filled to capacity and more encircling. I think I read the Square takes approx 35k? Plse correct me if I have misread.
So maybe 45 -50k just there. I believe there were other groups in different areas in London too. However when we eventually set off on the march there seemed many more people again!
London will, though, have been well diluted in our usual massive numbers yesterday as of course there were huge tunouts in most major cities countrywide (and worldwide) which is brilliant!
The clip above was at the end of David Icke's fantastic uplifting speech...for that alone it was worth being there! It was indeed very emotional........he instigated the singing.
As ever, am hoping that Oracle Films put together something great from the afternoon.
I went to the Birmingham freedom rally. Spoke briefly to Mark Sexton who gave a speech.
The nurse with the placard, Nurses scared to speak who has been traveling around the country was also there.
A bit of minor trouble with the police on the march afterward, one lady who attends our local stand in the park, was pushed over and another had his shirt ripped.