|Posted by Conspiracy Cafe on March 22, 2021 at 8:35 PM|
Thousands gathered in The Hague with several carrying homemade banners some which said 'vote them out'
Police warned on Twitter that event was at maximum capacity but hundreds more arrived after they tweeted
Despite lockdown, numbers of infections remain high, and more than 16,000 people have died with Covid-19
A heavy police presence ringed the park where the demonstrators gathered, and police tweeted before the scheduled start of the event that the maximum number of participants had already been reached. Hundreds more people arrived after the tweet.
Although the protest was generally peaceful, police tweeted that they had arrested one man for attacking an officer with a stick.
Trains heading to The Hague were halted to prevent more people making their way to the city.
Do they beat their wives and family like this. Do they sodomize their children as the living domestic Gestapo? The state is so concerned for your health, they'll beat you to death to prove. Smash the women into the ground. Break their bones. Make the old, sick and lame suffer the fate of resistance to Caesar.
The Dutch have their their post poignant words mute. Sieg Heil was the term to the fascist dogs. Remind them of their role.
Protesters have attacked police after thousands of people turned up to a demonstration that officers had "strongly advised" against attending.
Officers suffered broken bones and police vans were set alight as angry scenes unfolded in Bristol city centre.
Crowds had gathered for the Kill the Bill demonstration in opposition to the Police and Crime Bill.
Demonstrators scaled a police station, threw fireworks into the crowd and daubed graffiti on the walls.
Home Secretary Priti Patel described the events as "unacceptable".
"Thuggery and disorder by a minority will never be tolerated," she said. "Our police officers put themselves in harm's way to protect us all."
Avon and Somerset Police said what had started "as a peaceful protest" had been "turned by a small minority into a violent disorder".
Two police vehicles were set on fire, damage was caused to a police station, one officer suffered a broken arm and another suffered broken ribs, the force added.
The supreme court gathers to hear the case against the fascist dogmas entertained as law. Government is of, by and for the people. It is their sacred duty and right to topple oppressive dictatorship. The people do not consent when that consewnt is obtained by a good thrashing by agents of the dictatorial state.
The people are losing their fear. That is a very dangerous slippery slope. It is the give me liberty of death moment where death is preferred over the status quo. The image above is of young women showing courage against the imperial storm troopers. As that gains ground, the tipping point arrives of complete and total anarchy. Then mob rule, the ultimate democracy, takes hold. The state will have to gun them down in the streets or back down for the people's justice will be ruthless as well. It has historically ended with mass executions of the ruling class. I see these events on that collision course. The only reason there was freedom was because it was taken by force from the despots of other eras. To maintain or restore it usually results in the same means.
"Vote it as you please. There is a company of poor men who will shed their last drop of blood, before they see it settled so.'
― Oliver Cromwell
The police at the top give a whole new meaning to The Bristol Stomp an old dance in better times.
In 1962, John F. Kennedy famously said, "Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable."
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