From Acorn #67
What exactly will it take to halt the techno-totalitarian coup being imposed on us all under the excuse of fighting Covid?
This question is no doubt being posed all over the world at the moment, but particularly in the UK, which has seen a massive opposition movement rise up from nowhere since March 2020.
June 26, 2021, saw the latest in a series of enormous protests in London, with hundreds of thousands of ordinary people taking to the streets to clearly state their opposition to the New Normal tyranny.
As Joanna Sharp noted in this report on the Off-Guardian site, these demonstrators are a million miles away from the usual stereotypes.
“It is hard to generalise about age, but the majority seemed over thirty, though many with their children; both young and early teens. In terms of class and ethnicity, they are the most diverse human gatherings I have ever seen, and probably the most representative of the UK population.
“The powerful know that anti-lockdown resistance is equivalent to the French Yellow Vests. They are not protesting for abstract political reasons, they are fighting – peacefully for now – for their lives, their livelihoods, for their children and grandchildren – and they are not going away”.
Said one participant: “It was magnificent – the best yet”. Another described the march as “empowering”. She added: “It was my 72nd birthday and my first ever protest. I went with my daughters to walk for freedom which my parents and grandparents had won for me. This was my turn for my family. Amazing and I will fight on”.
A third protester commented: “It was huge, my second march. I was there because I want my daughter to have the freedom I’ve had. To travel, to take risks, to study, smile, sing, dance and not be treated like toxic waste, masked, tracked and tagged”.
A fourth added: “I was there, the atmosphere was fantastic. People were so friendly, lots of brilliant and funny placards. The noise was just deafening, I loved it. It was amazing to be with ‘my’ people”.
And another said: “What better way to educate your kids about freedom than to have them experience this amazing march for it. It will be forever etched in their consciousness”.
Yet, despite all this, the Freedom March was ignored, minimised or maligned by the mainstream media, whose subservience to the official agenda has reached surreal depths.
They seem to think that if they don’t report an event, it has never happened. Or it has happened only in the way that they describe.
But this isn’t true! The hundreds of thousands were really there and have really woken up to the Great Reset lies, as have many many more who were not physically on the march.
There is a growing gap between actual reality and reality as presented by the authorities. Despite the supposed “end” of restrictions announced for July 19, the sinister Great Reset agenda is very much intact.
Because its coup depends on people believing its version of reality, the system cannot afford to allow the slightest glimmer of doubt to shed light on its dark lies.
As our friends from the Essex Stirrer remark: “Too much has been invested in the project of the fourth industrial revolution / the great reset for the array of actors involved to start backing down.
“We can expect a lot more in the way of vilification and pressure from the authorities (and the useful idiots who unwittingly do their bidding) in a bid to get us to shut up”.
Blogger CJ Hopkins writes: “This is the crucial period for the totalitarian movement. It needs to negate the old ‘reality’ in order to implement the new one, and it cannot do that with reason and facts, so it has to do it with fear and brute force.
“It needs to terrorize the majority of society into a state of mindless mass hysteria that can be turned against those resisting the new ‘reality’”.
So how can freedom protesters break through these walls of reality-denial and make their physical existence really felt?
One idea is to target demonstrations at times and places where they simply cannot be ignored and, as luck would have it, a great opportunity to do just that has presented itself on Sunday July 11.
On that day, London hosts two big sporting finals, which will be attracting the attention of the international media – the tennis at Wimbledon and the Euros football at Wembley.
Two meet-up points have been announced, in the south and north of the capital for July 11: 11.30am on Wimbledon Common and 5pm at King Edward VII Park in Wembley.