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Breaking News: UK Police Atacks crowd attending Vigil for Sarah Everard murdered by police officer

category international | rights, freedoms and repression | news report author Saturday March 13, 2021 23:24author by 1 of indy Report this post to the editors

This is all about obeying. It will only get worse. A lot worse.

Tonight people had gathered peacefully in Clapham, south London to pay their respects to Sarah Everard who was brutally murdered last week. Within a few days a London police officer was arrested on suspicion of the murder.

The people present tonight were there because of their shock and horror and were not necessarily there for any other reason. It was a basic human act of kindness and solidarity. But in these strange times of Covid which has been used to usher in the global police state, obedience is the new mantra and the new normal.
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The authorities have spent the last year trying to strip away our humanity. They don't want us to talk to each other, hug each other, shake hands with each other. They have forced us apart from our elderly parents, allowing them to die alone. They won't let us attend funerals, weddings. They have locked down the young and frozen their lives. They have restricted our movements. They have destroyed vast numbers of businesses. They want us to submit to regular testing and to take dangerous experimental vaccines. In short WE MUST OBEY.

They have gone all out to bring in this tyranny. Everything has been cashed in and if people rise up and they fail, their credibility will be shattered and the political system, media establishment, medical system and even scientific establishment will be rocked to the core.

As posted by Deborah_Malina and Deborah Hermanns on Twitter this evening this is what happened.

Tonight in Clapham we witnessed the Met police arresting and pushing to the ground women who had come to grieve and protest the murder of our sister by one of their officers. I am shaking and furious.

https://twitter.com/Deborah_Malina/

https://twitter.com/i/status/1370850405081608198

https://twitter.com/i/status/1370826694911741958


More video footage: https://www.bitchute.com/video/EeKbXGgQchhk/

More coverage at: https://www.rt.com/uk/518048-vigil-clashes-arrest-murder/

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Woman prevented by police from laying flowers at vigil
Woman prevented by police from laying flowers at vigil

Woman dragged away by two police thugs for the crime of laying flowers
Woman dragged away by two police thugs for the crime of laying flowers

author by 1 of indypublication date Sun Mar 14, 2021 00:16author address author phone Report this post to the editors

John O'Donnell MP says on twitter this evening

After watching shocking scenes of the police handling of a peaceful gathering of women in Clapham this evening, the Government’s attempt to rush through Parliament next week a significant increase in police powers over public demonstration & activities surely has to be resisted.

https://twitter.com/johnmcdonnellMP/status/1370856548881338375?s=20

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