We are winning this war. Like many of you I've been quite disheartened by the blind refusal of most people to see beyond the propaganda, but my experiences at yesterday's protest raised my hopes and I want to share my optimism and why
I have no idea how many attended the protest at Hyde Park yesterday, several hundred at least maybe 1000 plus, I didn't go to the last one but those who did told me that the crowd was 10 times bigger than before. There is a momentum building
Great speakers, dear old Peirs Corbyn did his bit along with whistle blower from the NHS and a former military intelligence officer who I was lucky enough to speak with at length afterwards. Very useful information.
I travelled to London by train and tube visited shops and take away with no problem. No one seems keen to enforce it. Only a few people not wearing masks but I noticed several mask wearers removing or pulling down their masks when they saw me without
As we marched down Oxford Street shouting take off the mask. Lots of support from the public, clapping cheering and I watched bus drivers, shoppers and shop staff removing the mask. They seemed relieved to have the permission. A couple of brain dead hecklers but on the whole we were well received.
My sense is that there is much more popular support for what we are doing than we realise. People are scared and they just need to see others take a stand. The cracks are showing and if we can keep the momentum going, the dam will burst