Why is there a MAINSTREAM MEDIA BLACKOUT of the countless thousands of British people marching in the streets?

This censorship is sinister

Two weeks ago today countless tens of thousands of people took to the streets of London in what has become one of the biggest events in history promoting free speech. UKIP, the FLA and all patriots came together to protest the shut down of free speech in the UK.

Some huge names on the political scene spoke including UKIP Leader Gerard Batten, Political commentator Milo Yiannopoulos, Tommy Robinson now a freelance Journalist, Raheem Kassam Editor-in-Chief of Breitbart London and YouTuber/comedian Mark Meechan best known as Count Dankula.

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In a statement beforehand Tommy Robinson said: “This is bigger than me or any of us as individuals, so we have to stand up together to defend our freedom of speech. We decided to focus our efforts on making sure we pull off a large scale, credible event. So, we won’t be marching – instead, we have an incredible line-up of speakers, performers, videos and content to offer on the day. We want to make May 6 the biggest Free Speech demonstration the UK has seen so please, help us make it happen.” True to his word it was certainly delivered right in the heart of London.

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Yesterday the FLA were out in Manchester solemnly marching to remember the victims of terror and also the suicide attack on the Manchester Arena by Salman Abedi vowing they will do what they can to make sure this never happens again. There are also further marches planned in the coming weeks.

So in the course of the last two weeks we are talking about literally hundreds of thousands of people out on the streets but have you seen any of this on the BBC, Sky or ITV? The answer will most certainly be NO! Last weekend there was a TUC march in London which would have had around a fifth of those who attended yet it received wall to wall coverage on all the TV channels as well as big newspapers.

Rumours on social media reported one top level media executive who said: “We have been told that under no circumstances have we to give any air time to these events no matter how many people turn up.”

It could be seen that of course people have a right to disagree with what the Day for Freedom and FLA march stand for but by depriving even opponents of reporting on these events the mainstream media is engaged in something even more sinister and that is blackouts and censorship approved at the highest level. They cannot be covering far smaller events such as the TUC march and ignoring these even larger ones all the while claiming to provide unbiased news. The mask is starting to slip and finally the British people are waking up to it.


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  1. During Manchester March by FLA police were also acting illegally. Issuing dispersal orders meant of unsocial behaviour under section 35 of crime and policing act 2014. These were peaceful people surrounded by about 10 police officers for no reason and banned from Manchester town centre for 48 hours to prevent them attending the peaceful march. This was a politically motivated act which contravene section 36 of the same act.
    (5)In deciding whether to give a direction under section 35 a constable must have particular regard to the rights of freedom of expression and freedom of assembly set out in articles 10 and 11 of the Convention.“Convention” has the meaning given by section 21(1) of the Human Rights Act 1998.
    This made police actions clearly illegal, They also used intimidation getting right up into these innocent people caces and lied claiming it was a crime under section 5 to swear at a police officer. Not true. In fact, in Section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986. There is no specific offence of swearing at a police officer, and in fact it is not a specific crime of swearing in public, only of causing “harassment alarm or distress” under the Act mentioned above. This requires some evidence of an individual being, or being likely to be, offended by the language used. These officers were clearly not harassed, Alarmed or Distressed but gleeful that someone had used a swear word so they could continue their intimidation tactics. Lastly the officers illegally told people to stop filming as it was illegal claiming it was for data protection, Despite the gentleman being questions asking to be filmed. More shocking illegal actions and abuses of power by Greater Manchester Police to prevent people demonstrating.


  2. Is this really a surprise. A police state was forming many years ago in this country,but has now come to a head,and to get worse! Indigenous people are now being persecuted. All part of this government s evil plan. God knows what lies ahead!

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