Dundee Resistance Movement gathered a small battalion of outspoken citizens to protest the ongoing World War on Humanity, also known as the War of Words.
Over 1,500 protesters arrived to listen to fine speakers such as:
- Prof Dolores Cahill PhD one of the greatest minds in the world (she requires an entire webpage for her credentials) who chairs the Irish Freedom Party.
- Professor Richard Ennos PhD, Highly qualified genetic expert (also needs an entire webpage for his credentials) is an SAC Expert panel member.
- Dr Malcolm Kendrick, famed Scottish Doctor and Author recently known for his many speeches bringing information to the people.
- Paddy Hogg, councillor in North Lanarkshire, known for recently standing up to the SNP and quitting the party over ‘toxicity’ and event organizer for this protest, ‘Saving Scotland.’
- And multiple resistance groups who tell their stories!
An incredibly positive and successful protest was held in front of the Scottish Parliament building in Holyrood, Edinburgh.
Spirits were high as our members packed a coach and shipped off to be heard! Upon arrival the weather couldn’t have been better as masses of like-minded citizens gathered in the sun proclaiming rights over their own bodies!
The entire city was taken by surprise at the sheer volume of attendees who marched on the seat of government. Members from every part in Scotland gathered to ensure their voices were heard in this steadily escalating struggle to combat oppressive legislation, particularly the extension of the Coronavirus Act 2020, the largest expansion in government, and non-government agency, power in U.K history, to be voted through on September 26th.
Citizens listened as experienced doctors and scientists explained the truth behind what we are being told by our corporate media; that there is no true emergency or reason to be alarmed due to the recently invented Coronavirus Disease 2019 (CoViD19.)
Protestors were especially moved by Prof Dolores Cahill PhD, one of the greatest minds in the field of context, while she repeatedly fought back tears when referencing the inhumane treatment of our elderly at the hands of our government. She unpacked her immense knowledge on the subject for the fortunate members of the movement.
Unfortunately, for some time, our Scottish government is one of the few in the world that committed the crime of purposefully spreading disease throughout care homes for the elderly in order to ensure the death of the residents.
Professor Cahill, who helped produce one of humanities greatest scientific advances known as the human genome project, kept the crowd well informed but also referenced the increasingly isolated conditions and bad nourishment being provided to our elderly, a particularly emotional part of her powerful speech.
Professor Richard Ennos, a geneticist recently known for his published letter, used his experience to articulate the details surrounding ‘the virus’ and generally destroying the mainstream narrative that has been spreading through society like a disease. He made a grand statement about the future legislation, a must listen!
Dr Malcolm Kendrick spoke about his increasing skepticism with the data he has been analyzing. He explained and iterated some fine points and presented data in a manner that was easy to digest by the crowd, sprinkling it with good humour along the way.
Paddy Hogg, the primary organiser, host and speaker, treated the crowd to some of the finest words produced by our isles! He read from Robert Burns and Thomas Moore, providing the masses of people with the spirit needed to continue our battle against the states unwarranted oppression.
Well known activists from Perth who have been hosting weekly protests, explained their struggle that ultimately brought light to their city and got the men off their arses!
Overall it was one of the most successful protests Scotland has seen in some time and is by far the most successful demonstration against the emergency measures Scotland has seen to date!
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