Estimated crowds of between 150,000 and 400,000 people surged into London yesterday to protest the government's 'health mandates' and lockdowns in response to COVID19. Mass media was awash with images of police with minor injuries, spinning the situation as a meeting of 'a few thousand' people who turned violent.. Let's look closer.
I have never been to any protest before, not that I don't agree with the intentions of many protests, but I understand that protesting is just begging for change - instead of directly creating it. The only way that protests are likely to create change with a high degree of certainty is if they replace the power pyramids somehow to free up the flow of energy in society.
For this reason, artificial power pyramid operators, such as those who sit in government, love to do whatever they can to discredit large, powerful groups. They know that to keep their own seat of power, they need to somehow stir up opposition to the group and a common strategy is the use of agent provocateurs to stir up violence or commit crimes which can then be blamed on the group. Sometimes they just send police in to crack skulls first, hoping that no-one will realise the strategy.
Note: this is not unlike the 'false flag' strategy used by militaries for 1000s of years. 53 ADMITTED False Flag Attacks from History are documented here.
The UK Gov mouthpieces were quick to blame protestors for violence that they claim the police were innocent victims of. The response has been to double the punishment for anyone assaulting an emergency worker:
While I never advocate for violence and fully know that only peaceful solutions will create the world we need, at the same time I know we cannot have peace without ending denial. Every voice needs to be heard, felt and understood.
'Assaulting an emergency worker' sounds like something only a mentally disturbed person would do - after all, aren't emergency workers all good people looking out for us? Well, not exactly.. Setting aside the fact that evil people are in all walks of life (as a percentage of population), which includes the police and sometimes we might need to defend ourselves against them - there's a more obvious problem here...
Police are not just 'emergency workers', they are the violent control arm of the currently ruling government. While many police might only ever deal with daily criminal issues in small towns, some police are specifically tasked with carrying out the commands from top levels within the police that are often orchestrated for political reasons and not 'for the good of the people'.
The following video appears to show (halfway through) the police on that day surging violently into a crowd of peaceful people playing music - exactly as witnesses said. None were violent and found themselves attacked without cause. We can also note that of the 100,000s of people in the rest of the video and other videos - there is no violence visible anywhere.
So what do you think? Who is the victim here?
From the evidence, I'd say the crowd were victims, but clearly there are people in the population who think the crowd are right to have been attacked (Read the twitter comments under the twitter post above to see this).
One thing is for sure, as long as we enable a monopoly on violence, we will have these problems and the instigators will be largely invisible and unknown.
Wishing you well,
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