measures, economic destitution,
As the alleged "second wave" of the
is reported to be sweeping
across Europe in recent weeks, many
governments have enthusiastically embraced their totalitarian side
and granted themselves sweeping new "emergency powers" alongside new
The public has been markedly less co-operative this time around.
Rebelling against the seemingly arbitrary limitations which are not
supported by either science or common sense.
Protests have taken place
all across the continent.
Thousands of people gathered in Berlin over the last few days,
protesting the Merkel government passing a new lockdown law.
Police turned water
cannons on the crowds, and nearly 200 people were arrested.
The mainstream reported "hundreds" of protesters, but as pictures
plainly show it was more like tens of thousands:
After the Prime Minister of Spain Pedro Sanchez declared a
sixth-month state of emergency in late October, there were days of
protests across the country.
Barcelona, already a hot-bed of anti-government feeling due to the
brutal repression of the Catalan Independence referendum, saw
violent confrontations between riot police and protestors
Emmanuel Macron's brand new "comprehensive security law",
known by protesters as the "gag law", would further militarize
French police whilst making it a crime to capture or distribute the
image of a police officer.
It has met fervent
resistance in the shape of angry marches through cities across the
Macron's government has a history of attacking civil liberties, and
in response to his "reforms" the country has seen large-scale
the Gilets Jaunes for over a year.
The anti-lockdown protests in Italy reached a fever pitch in late
October, and were probably the most extensive on the continent.
Marches occurred in
dozens of cities across the country, including Rome, Naples, Genoa
The mainstream media went out their way to undercut and smear the
CNN and Reuters reported only
"hundreds" of protesters.
Does this photo have
"hundreds" of people in it?
Politico went so far as to actually blame the protests on the Mafia.
Bratislava was home to a huge march of protesters on November 17th,
marking the national holiday known as Fight for Freedom Day.
These marches were
illegal under the Slovakian emergency law, notionally designed to
prevent the spread of coronavirus.
The Danish parliament was subject to 9 days of protests right
outside its doors, in opposition to the proposed "vaccination law",
which would allow the police to,
vaccination through detainment"...
After nine days of protests, it was reported on social media that
the Danish gov't had dropped the law.
However, I could find no
official confirmation of that, or reports in the media.
In fact, the media have barely covered the proposed law, and
literally not mentioned the protests in Copenhagen at all.
A search for "Covid
protests Denmark" on Google, turns up almost no results relating
to that topic...
The reason to cover the
Danish protest less than the others is that they apparently worked.
and the last thing the establishment wants people to see is that
civil disobedience can change anything.
It's good to see the general public's fraying sense of patience with
a Covid narrative that has never made any sense, and a "pandemic
response" which is likely to do far more damage than it ever could
Though civil unrest is undeniably a good and powerful thing, this is
also a time to be wary. If the establishment feel they are losing
control of the situation or the narrative, they are likely to double
down or try something desperate.
If you're aware of other countries experiencing civil unrest due to
"anti-covid" measures, please let us know and we will add them to