The efficacy of the street protest

First, for what it’s worth:

There is a planned anti-lockdown, anti-mask, anti-contact-tracing – essentially anti all the “emergency” measures the government has taken – on 29th of August, in Traflagar Square.

Many doctors and other experts will be speaking, some via video link some in person, including Dr Scott Jensen and Dr Dolores Cahill.

When I say ‘for what it’s worth’, I don’t mean that the cause is not worthy, it’s quite worthy. I mean that many have other plans or else they can’t get there or would not venture into central London. There are various obstacles:

# Attack in your car at the lights or held up by traffic.

# Attack from nowhere on the tube or bus or street – by either thugs or Plod.

# And after the show is over? That’s more dangerous because you were observed there and then tracked if a likely, vulnerable type.

# The football lad type I can’t speak for.

# Plod – the unknown, marauding factor. Of late, they’ve swung over to taking down the violent but at any second, they can suddenly swing, on a Boris or Dick whim, to surrounding, corralling and laying into the ordinary citizen, e.g. for not wearing a mask. And I can’t wear a mask for medical reasons for more than a minute at a time.

Thing is, they’re highly inconsistent – will they stand back as usual when the thugs attack, turn a blind eye … or will they lay into the innocent this time? Will they try this ‘too little too late’ and lay into the thugs now and then in a show of bravado? One just doesn’t know with Plod – menacing non-friend or toxic enemy?

I’m not saying don’t go but you’d need to plan access and egress pretty well, in numbers.

5 comments for “The efficacy of the street protest

  1. Valentine Gray
    August 27, 2020 at 8:44 am

    Sadly plod is just like our new elusive companion Covid, picks on the weakest first. Plod has totally lost the plot its being pulled in all directions by political imbeciles, crackpot judges, hate speech laws that they can make up as they go, Covid’s side effects will show how fragile the mental health of the population is. With nut cases like Boris in charge we are in really serious trouble.

    • August 27, 2020 at 9:02 am

      There was a suggestion elsewhere that he was got at during his supposed hospitalisation, came out a new man so to speak. Methinks he was always Woke.

      • Tcheuchter
        August 27, 2020 at 10:54 am

        “His supposed hospitalisation” brings to mind the fate of Alexander Dubcek…..

        • August 27, 2020 at 11:04 am

          Some of the Czech films of that time on 35mm were very good. I used to screen them.

      • Distant Relative
        August 27, 2020 at 11:27 am

        There was a suggestion elsewhere that he was got at during his supposed hospitalisation….

        Really? 🙂

        Looking at BoJo before that “hospitalisation” he was into herd immunity. Afterwards he’s been singing from the same globalist song-sheet of lockdown, masks, testing and Gates of Hell’s vaccines. Looks to me as though someone readjusted his settings whilst he took a sickie because he was going off script. Someone elsewhere suggested he was a Manchurian. That would fit with the knobs readjustment scenario.

        His ancestry is ..erm… interesting. One of Them, imo.
        https://www.trtworld.com/magazine/does-boris-johnson-s-politics-resonate-with-his-turkish-ancestor-s-28690

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