Ireland has been experiencing the most severe lockdown of all countries in the world. They are still in lockdown. On 1 May, protesters gathered to march for freedom in various Irish towns chanting “End the lockdown”, “Wake up, Galway” and “No more lies”. Well done, Ireland, for standing up for your right! God bless. More
Read and view more about the London protest from 24 April 2021: https://thewhiterose.uk/bbc-silent-about-protest-with-hundreds-of-thousands-in-london/ https://thewhiterose.uk/gorgeous-weather-great-success-london-freedom-march-24-april/
UK Column News reports about the freedom march on Saturday 24 April, in London. Watch the impressive footage of the enormous crowds going through the city and the joyful atmosphere among the people. They also made the effort to analyse what happened in Hyde Park after the march – the only bit about the freedom
It appears that the BBC has completely ignored the peaceful protest march, on Saturday, 24 April in London, where it is said that 750,000 took part. However, Sky News has made a video report showing the massive crowd walking down Oxford Street. The march began in Hyde Park and lasted around four to five hours.
Join the March for Freedom, and take a friend or family member with you. This is an opportunity to do something against the evil Agenda-21 that will enslave humanity. Take part in the biggest UK march history might have ever seen. It’s for your basic freedoms, the future of your children and humanity as a
On Saturday, thousands of protesters gathered near Marble Arch protesting loudly against totalitarian CV19 restrictions and lockdowns. Police was present in large. Dozens of police vans were driving around the city centre, hunting for protesters. Police on foot were splitting up groups, harassing and arresting people. Like in a cat and mouse chase, the protesters
Here is a reminder of the London protest this Saturday. Let’s unite for the defence of freedom and humanity! Join us at the next rally in London. NEW LOCATION: Kings Cross Station Concourse on 28 November 2020 at 12 noon. Look out for the White Rose banner to march with us. Come along with your