Sunday 25 April 2021

Does a Protest Do anything? London 24th June Protest

 After the BBC reduce the incredible buzz of hope freedom and positivity of possibly 1 million people to 10,000 people and 8 arrests and police swooping in , this is a grassroots conversation about whether anything like true democracy can still survive.
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Vikki Stevens asked a question . 6 h · This is a really genuine question, and i'm a bit scared to post it, but here goes 🙈 How do protests actually help? How are they meant to work to make change? I am totally for it, but exactly how do they make a difference in our current situation? Is the hope that it will make the government change their decisions? I am really rubbish with politics so could somebody just explain it to me in laymen's terms please? 😊 314 comments Helen Fitzpatrick This is another way protest helped and made a change May be an image of one or more people and text that says "UW 10:43 100% Oxford Royale Academy inspirational cultural and acadomic OursOs MENU 9. The London March against the Iraq War (2003) Around 1 million protesters filled the streets of London. Probably the largest protest march in British history took place in 2003. Approximately million people marched through the streets of London in protest at the Afghanistan war and especially the intention to go to war in Iraq as well. Despite its enormous size, the march passed without major incident, even from the Londoners whose travel plans it disrupted." · Reply · 4 h Helen Fitzpatrick May be an image of text · Reply · 4 h Hev Wilson So exactly what are you saying??? DO NOTHING?People are now fighting for their voice, their bodily rights, and should they be ignored there will be repercussions and the people will go onto fight for a life free of any government, and a life of peacefu… See more · Reply · 4 h Paul Shepherd It Unifies and reassures and sometimes creates a tipping point with enough power to overcome tyranny. E.G. Ceaucescu in Romania 1989. The uprising was big enough to flip the Police and Military to the side of the people. · Reply · 4 h Merlyn Gasong Wright I was 14, back in Indonesia, when I got caught in a bloody protest between Uni students and the riot police. The protest was up and down the country. The aim was to take the dictatorship president who was in power for 32 years, running the country full of corruption and absolute power. It had to come to that as peaceful protests were ignored. The president stepped down, and the country has had changes in president since. Some tried to stay in power longer than they should but the people knew not to let their claws in. But that how protest achieved something. To me personally, yesterday was a show of numbers, to people who were in London yesterday, that we do not consent. Someone somewhere probably is starting to think for themselves now. That 'conspiracy theory' post they usually ignore, might catch their attention now. Whatever action we do, big or small, will bring awareness. No change happens over night. Of course there are other ways of action, we'll do them all, anything, to make the govt acknowledge that a lot of people actually do not consent. · Reply · 4 h · Edited David Westrope My views on big central protests like yesterday's won't be popular in here so I'm almost afraid to even give voice to them... The sad truth is if I wasn't in groups like this and had friends that went yesterday I wouldn't even be aware there was a protest. The media deliberately downplayed it or didn't cover it at all, the government can easily just ignore it, and the majority of the public are unware it even took place. So what changes does it bring? None. A few more people who witnessed it in person may have changed their minds perhaps. The protest are also too unfocused. I mean, what are they about? Anti-jab, anti-jab passports, right to protest, anti-lockdown, pro-freedom, anti-corruption, against the media bias and lies, and many other things too? There are so many related issues being covered the protests lack focus and clarity. The message, if it even gets out to people at all, is very unclear and easily portrayed incorrectly. It helps the people who attend feel like they are doing something positive, it gives them a day out with like minded people (always a good thing), and it let's everyone know they aren't alone, but bringing real change? No. I still remember the massive protests against the Iraq War and the non-existent WMD's. Far bigger than yesterday's protest and with wide media coverage. Guess what, we still went to war! It made zero difference, these big central protests never do. The only major change I can recall ever coming from protests is with Ghandi and Dr Martin Luther King, but they were huge peaceful civil-disobedience movements lasting many years. They caused real problems for their governments that could not just be ignored. A march through London every few weeks on a Saturday can be ignored by our government forever, even if a few million people attended. They don't care about public opinion, it doesn't matter to them at all! They control the media and through that they control what the majority of people think and feel, as we've seen this past year. We need to be much smarter about how we do this, and it needs to be done in a way that impacts government and the people that don't yet see what we see, and continue to be done peacefully. As it is government, the media and the masses will just continue to ignore it and it's a waste of everyone's time and energy. The very fact that permission has to be obtained to have these protests should tell anyone all they need to know about how effective they are. If they were a real threat permission would not be granted. I am not saying we do nothing, but shit needs to start getting real. It's time for real peaceful mass civil disobedience. We need to stop asking permission to protest and just do it anyway, but do it smarter. How about simultaneously outside every MP's house, the SAGE committee members houses, major media news personalities houses, outside BBC offices, police HQ's, Pharmaceutical company offices, outside the offices of companies getting crony contracts from government ministers etc...? Stop wearing masks (those that still do), withdraw your children from school, stop complying with the system. I won't even get into the slippery slope of talking about protesting against something giving more energy and focus to what you don't want... · Reply · 4 h Lesley Taylor For every single person in that March you can easily say that there are another two people who couldn't go for their personal reasons. So this tells the government and others who it may concern they have a huge problem on their hands we the people are not happy! So I conclude that there must be a change in the consciousness of us the people. Change is coming we will overcome evil and the humans will win.🙏 · Reply · 4 h Rita Sadrettin O'shea Lesley Taylor Yes I’m one of them Arthritis can’t walk to far or stand to long 😞 A wheelchair would be a hindrance. · Reply · 4 h Lesley Taylor Rita Sadrettin O'shea same here I'm only 56 but have had a poorly hip for the last 19 years. I do my best but after 15/20 mins walking im in pain and need to sit, my heart was there all day yesterday and watched everything I found. 🙏 as long as we stick to our principles and don't go along with what we know to be WRONG in our hearts we will overcome this evil. · Reply · 4 h Rita Sadrettin O'shea I’ve had this illness 25 years some days are good but now 62 the older I get the more i suffer but hey ho life has to go on. I want the Freedom for my Kids and Grandkids xx 😘 · Reply · 4 h Andrea Dolan Olah Lesley Taylor 1000000%♥️ · Reply · 2 h Deb Hosking Lesley Taylor Also, they suddenly decided to shut Kings Cross stn Fri to Mon, and unplanned railworks appeared on southern lines on Saturday morning. · Reply · 40 m · Edited Write a reply… Ria De Lambert To show that many are against the current situation · Reply · 4 h Kamala Lynda Todd They are forced to acknowledge growing amounts of folk are pushing back , have had enough and they can’t keep pushing people. It shows people are waking up otherwise sitting a home doing nothing .....?! · Reply · 4 h Wayne Howard Protests embolden people but Govts don't pay too much attention to them in reality and I go on lots of protests The video makes good footage and that's why it's not shown across mass media If it was to go back into the eu it would be wall to wall Personally I want to see stunts like surround parliament with people wearing a yellow star Protest at every local council doing the same There are numerous things you can that help break this down · Reply · 4 h Vesna Petar Wayne Howard yellow stars around parliament 👍👍 · Reply · 4 h David Westrope With you on this Wayne. We need to protest smarter. The fact a protest march like the one yesterday has to get permission first should tell everyone how effective it is. If the government feared it could bring real change they wouldn't allow it. I reckon a separate protest outside every MP's home at the same time would be a good one. · Reply · 3 h Janice Garwood Politicians cannot say they don’t know how we feel. That goes for unanswered emails to MPs, Ministers and the PM. THEY KNOW. · Reply · 4 h Steve Heselden protests like this one that are not reported on msm show they are worried about the growing army of people who are not conforming, it rattles them and the government, i was there and it was peacefull and no problems, it seems the police had to stir it up at the end for god knows what reason except to get some violent footage, just proves to me that there is far more going on behind this than a flu varient put out as a massive pandemic, · Reply · 4 h Wayne Howard Steve Heselden over the last 5 years there have been numerous protest marches of thousands ignored by the media 73,000 people marched in London opposed to terrorism and the Govts response but not a single news channel covered it 20,000 people protested for Brexit to be implemented, Khan had the protest moved from parliament to allow a pro eu protest to go ahead They kettled all these people in a number of streets for 90 minutes with no toilets and in the blazing heat. The Police moved a few hundred people at the front forward and held the rest and this allowed the journalists and news helicopter to show footage and claim there was a few hundred people there The Police are wholly political now and far too many enjoy destroying the right to protest You will notice their numerous attempts to cause scuffles for cameras of the media We are all being played but thankfully Covid is waking up many · Reply · 2 h Steve Heselden I agree the police seem politically controlled and certainly try to stir up trouble, its both a mad and sad way this country is going, · Reply · 1 h Ashleigh Shaw If for no other reason than to openly show disapproval. ..being silent when you know the truth is condoning. · Reply · 4 h John Comer Keeping quite only goes in there favour and protesting peacefully keeps them on there toes we need to be seen and heard just my opinion · Reply · 4 h Sarah Larking Protests DO work if done properly , thought through properly on how they can achieve the results wanted. Think about the Suffragettes and what they achieved. … See more May be an image of 1 person and text that says ""Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead Goalcast" · Reply · 4 h Mark Brown Article 61 (Practical Application of the law) YOUTUBE.COM Article 61 (Practical Application of the law) Article 61 (Practical Application of the law) · Reply · 4 h Folu Ibadan It's a good question. Never be afraid to ask a question when you're truly interested in the answer. The fact that you were scared to ask implies that we may be in a cult and all have dogma to adhere to. I hope that is not the case. There are lots of good answers to your good question in this thread. · Reply · 4 h Michelle Stubbs I was thankful for those that marched yesterday it helps to see the numbers and I bet the government were not expecting such a high number either to attend · Reply · 4 h Frances Moran Michelle Stubbs : hopefully they noticed even if it didn’t get the coverage on the news. · Reply · 4 h Michelle Stubbs Frances Moran I shared the photos of the crowds as I knew there would be no coverage · Reply · 3 h Rosita Espinosa I don't believe they hv changed anything in this whole year, but just by walking on a march it shows passers by strength and may make those ppl question it. Overall they don't change anything, it s just a spread an awerness · Reply · 3 h Suzanne Sterritt I’ve sometimes asked the same question. Part of me thinks they make no difference because the government will ignore and do what it wants anyway.… See more · Reply · 3 h Rosita Espinosa Suzanne Sterritt I agree with you · Reply · 3 h Susan Wheelband Talking to family and friends today that do not share my beliefs on what the agenda is. Most are saying they have seen the march on their phones thanks to the alternative media and we the keyboard Warriors. Hopefully they will think with so many marching for freedom that there may be something they need to research & question.We live in hope.🤞🙏 · Reply · 3 h Beccy Pagan Protests like marches uplift the soul because you know you aren't the only one that feels so strongly that you have to do something...they are our right to say that we disagree with what the powers that be are doing ..they are currently trying to take that right away from us with the Police crime sentencing and courts bill which we can't let happen..although I can't at the moment get to the marches in London as I live too far away now...I would if I could..I used to go on loads when I lived down that way ...and it brought people together.. it educated as many leaflets were handed out to people watching...networks are strengthened and contacts are made...and the powers that be see that people are against what they do... it is the tamer side of direct action but its still very much needed and a part of our right to protest! · Reply · 3 h · Edited Lucy Still Opp of apathy · Reply · 3 h Penny Croal Great question ! So many great answers It helps to show the community and support and not feel isolated … See more What Gandhi can teach today's protesters THECONVERSATION.COM What Gandhi can teach today's protesters What Gandhi can teach today's protesters · Reply · 3 h Helen Fitzpatrick Penny Croal love this will read later fascinating · Reply · 3 h Teabag Johnson May be an image of one or more people, people standing, outdoors and text that says "WE WOM'T GOHOME EXPOSE ADEENOCAEE UK news Eight officers injured policing anti-lockdown protest in London" · Reply · 3 h Teabag Johnson May be an image of 1 person and text that says "Let them march all they want, as long as they continue to pay their taxes. Alexander Haig AZQUOTES" · Reply · 3 h Bowen Morgan I felt we were losing the fight for freedom until the march. Now I know we have a chance. My emotions filled sustained for more peaceful battles ahead. · Reply · 3 h Daphne MacOwan Because a lone voice is ignored. · Reply · 3 h Lee Gibson Daphne MacOwan so are a thousand voices · Reply · 3 h Suzette Bakker It may not change a thing! But it shows the government we won’t stand for their bull shit, that their are people out their that will stand up and say oi stop talking bollox!! · Reply · 3 h · Edited Lisa Smith Bork The first protest had a handful of people, under 20 from what I heard. Yesterday there was around a million people. They help to gather momentum and spread awareness, but they also connect us all, so the seeds of plans for the next steps to take can be planted. There was a million of us there yesterday, and all the live videos I’ve watched are full of comments from people wishing they were there that will now make the effort to come to the next one, once enough people are on board (I’ve heard the magic number is about 12% of the population) then the people who just blindly follow whatever is currently mainstream start getting on board and we tip the scale 🙂 · Reply · 3 h Deb Hosking Also, the usual police violence towards innocent people, basically inciting it for the msm... Jenna, RGN RMN 0:00 / 2:20 · Reply · 3 h Yvette Fedorenko Deb Hosking thanks for sharing this x · Reply · 2 h Laureen Stevens Deb Hosking wat a shame that you have nothing filmed to prove this . After wat was such a good day 🥲 · Reply · 1 h Sophie Claire It’s about raising awareness more than anything. People need to be able to speak out for what they feel is right, especially when it is a public matter, when they are unable to do so through other avenues. It also encourages those that are on the fence… See more · Reply · 3 h Andrea Dolan Olah It helps people visually. It helps information sink in more. It has an impact on people. It makes people think. It's the energy it gives out whether you are participating or not. It's the strength people create together, when they stand and unite together. · Reply · 2 h Shaun Martin Townsend Ask your parents or grandparents.womens rights protests equal pay etc etc etc.meththinks thou does'nt protest too much. · Reply · 2 h Spoken Wordnerd One thing to bear in mind is the number of people actually hitting the streets is usually representative of a much larger portion of the population, and the government know this. It's a good marker for where things are at. By example 1.2 - 2 million people attended the anti Iraq war demo in 2003, but 80% of people were against the war (before Blair lied to Parliament about WMDs anyway). The largest anti cuts demonstrations peaked at around 500,000 people and that was with a lot of promotion and build up, however unlike those protests, this demo had no backing from the usual big protest groups (at all - too busy posting pictures of getting themselves vaccinated) I've never seen anything like these numbers and have been covering demos for 10 years or so, amazing to see. Keep an eye on the reaction. They aren't the answer to everything but still very important. This was huge and considering the media black out, the lies and total lack of support from the larger groups, it's an amazing and historic result. 🙏✌✊ · Reply · 2 h Francesca Ruber When’s the next one o · Reply · 2 h Theresa Reed My take... a group of 15 of us met today anti lockdown. 3 had attended the protest yesterday. Thats 4 to every 1 that were unable to go... if there were 1 million plus at yesterday’s protest that’s potentially 4 million that couldn’t go. 5 million strongly against lockdown and loss of freedoms out of 67 million seems very substantial, not such a small minority. More people who are uncertain and asking questions, thinking things don’t add up but don’t understand why, might just take comfort and knowledge to such large numbers gathering in protest · Reply · 2 h Wayne Howard Theresa Reed won't happen Two million marched against the Iraq war and govt ignored them … See more · Reply · 2 h Theresa Reed Wayne Howard what wont happen? The government do a u turn? I don’t believe that either. I believe in strength in numbers and freedom and power to the people, I have faith the tide will turn when more are against all this than for it. I feel so strongly that’s happening right now and picking up pace. The jabbed don’t know why they can’t travel, why things aren’t opening up with 90% of vulnerable and over 60 jabbed and that’s apparently 100% effective. Testing up cases down, yet being primed for a 3rd lockdown before this ones over. All the wrongdoings of Hancock, inflated figures. The deniers are realising it’s not a theory now it’s undeniable · Reply · 2 h Lisa Brown In the case of the poison insertions by needle, peer pressure coercion and isolation is being used. This vast outpouring in London has shown we are not alone and we are not a minority. So many of us think and feel the same. · Reply · 2 h Rowan Elder Hodgkinson Protests in the U.S. were the onlything that stopped the Vietman War. Protests earned women the right to vote. Protests stopped children in the UK working 12 hour days. Thy don't always work but they are the only way (I know of, apart from petitions etc - too easy to ignore) to voice our displeaure at the actions of those in power. · Reply · 2 h Connor New Non compliant unity is the governments worst fear · Reply · 2 h Barbara Lillford I think protests are a visible indication of the number of people who are aware of what is happening, and who vehemently oppose it. This can give confidence to others, who might otherwise feel they are just in a small minority. A protest involving vast numbers, which the police are to absolutely powerless to control, also sends out a message to the government that a revolution is not just in the realms of fantasy, but is an actual possibility... · Reply · 2 h Rae Stones ThEy highlight serious issues and see people won't put up with what's going on, it dosent always solve things but let's people know that there are more people than they think out there.. · Reply · 2 h Luke Prince they dont work, havent you realized yet · Reply · 2 h True Steel Luke Prince women got the vote , so yes they do work · Reply · 1 h Luke Prince True Steel walking a few hours a day making some silly chants does NOTHING · Reply · 1 h Carlos Charlton I honestly believe this mess will only stop when they end furlough pay, then you will see the true numbers of people challenging the goverment but maybe it will be 2 late as I can see lots of companies going under by then · Reply · 2 h Jill Caretto If nothing else it shows the Govt how people feel and that they won’t just sit back and accept what is going on. · Reply · 2 h · Edited Kate Tisdell People coming together, of all ages creed, colour is power its a visible message and what The swamp is most frightened of, a very powerful No. · Reply · 1 h Sheyla Bonnick Kate Tisdell great stuff. But dont u think the deep state has calculated these reactions? Don’t get me wrong I would have been there too in a heartbeat and have been to few when I lived in london but just wondering as well how it helps as these freaks seem to have thought bout everything. Next they’ll have the army out or m/and the third wave scare but hope more and more people are beginning to see through it all · Reply · 1 h Kate Tisdell Sheyla Bonnick well i think they have relied on the brain washing for last 30 years, complacency of people wanted material things, cheap holidays etc.,the throwaway society. They have continually tried to divide us, George Soros is the manipulater in dividing us and causing hate, but we must resist at all costs and stay united. Our deep state is the Civil Service, it does not matter who or which party or puppet is in power, they can stall policy they can disrupt from within, Tony Blair has members deeply inserted in the machine to disrupt and they do. Blair and Hancock want the digital world, the digital control like China. Sage is loving the China model of life and that's what they based all of their lockdowns on. Control, they couldn't believe it when people complied, we dont normally. Brain washing and fear driven media, the more people outed the media and government departments and i include the biggest government department a fear driven monster, the NHS, but the people are feeling betrayed, the shops, the nhs, the police overstepped the law, ordinary people going through a nightmare, our elderly in prison, while a new kind of anarchist protester was given leaway, another mistake. I mean look at this nhs advertisement that we the people have paid for, typical example of the propoganda, im very very angry. Your right to about the psyops, and how government can manipulate to their advantage, seasoned protesters know how they operate. Yesterday was a huge success. May be an image of text that says "NHS Sponsored It's much safer for your immune system to learn how to protect itself through a vaccine, than by catching the virus. NHS + + It's much safer for your immune system to learn how to protect itself through a vaccine, than by catching the virus. NHS.UK Read about the COVID-19 vaccine. LEARN MORE" · Reply · 1 h · Edited Sheyla Bonnick Excellent meaningful question 👍🏽 · Reply · 1 h Kenny Bancroft The more people to get together lets the government know that we will not give up our rights and will not adhere to lies and crap...freedom is all our rights to live our lives without tyrany or force.... · Reply · 1 h Geoff Jills There are many ways that they work. And they have worked in the past,as we all know by now. In modern times (now) they are more for motivational purposes,and to get the public thinking and joining the next protest. The numbers are rising rapidly,even though the corrupt "mainstream media" are not covering them. · Reply · 1 h · Edited Lena Bowling Those who think that this lockdown and jabs are wrong but are frightened to voice their opinions keep quite. When they realise they are not completely on their own and their thoughts and concerns are shared by others it gives them the confidence to speak up. When we all start saying no the government has to listen. Big problem is the media. It doesn't get covered unless by lies. · Reply · 1 h Anne Gomez Your Q is what everyone should be asking... 👍 · Reply · 1 h Theresa Reed Anne Gomez and reading through the comments there are a thousand good reasons. Nobody expects the government to acknowledge, accept, and change. This is bigger than that x · Reply · 1 h Anne Gomez Theresa Reed agree, and questioning helps us to collate our thoughts towards progress... 👍 · Reply · 1 h Lynn Newton Some of you may remember the protest regarding the Pole Tax the demonstrations against it sadly saw the resignation of Margret Thatcher and yes government did bow to the will of its people. What came after is history now wether you are Tory or Lab that is politics .... sometimes it is necessary to make government listen and hope it is in the best interests of all 🤔 · Reply · 1 h Teabag Johnson Lynn Newton do you still pay poll tax (council tax)? · Reply · 1 h Teabag Johnson Lynn Newton do you still pay poll tax (council tax)? · Reply · 1 h Colin Hamilton 😉 xx - Just look at this rabble of a mere "500" or is it a "10k" strong, unmasked and unjabbed crowd of trouble makers gathered in London disrupting things for all the sensible Sheeple that just want to go to the pub and on holiday asap, but arent showing their unquestioning support for the big plan, with their chanting and moaning about the absence and contortion of truth and singing songs of freedom and waving placards talking about Goverments and their Media lies . Whats the matter with them? Dont they know that full compliance is the quickest route back to normality and its new parameters of passports and jibjabs? Dont they know its in their interests for their elected governments to hand over the reigns of organic human destiny and experience over to a small minority of the most wealthy individuals and captains of industry for a brighter and more sustainable future for their chipped and pinned children? Dont they watch the television, listen to the radio programs and read the newspapers where all the official authoritative information comes from? Or do they just get their info about their communities and the wider world from random online Citizen Journalism sources that arent authorised to give them the truth? Surely everybody knows that if its on social media and contradicts the narratives maintained by the "reputable" and "authorised" "official" sources then its all fake and made up, dont they?,,, If youre one of them at home either with or without company, and feel isolated by your thoughts, just look at this footage and know that even though youre still in a minority, YOU ARE BY NO MEANS ALONE, and there are infact many millions of us that share the exact same Anti Bullshit stance that you do, and can also recognise a monumental con and identify its salesman when we see it. And millions of us that dont need the television to affirm what is real and what is fabrication for them. It is ok to talk about it and express your views, to show solidarity and support for what you believe, know and understand. For the fraud and for the tyranny to continue and to worsen, this entire thing is constantly riding on a public perception of there being in effect a 60% or more majority consensus of continued public support for what is being spoken about and proposed and implemented. The maintenance of this wider public perception is why your MSM even exists at all and why it has always lied to you on every big move going to have taken place in your life or just going back for the last 20 years with every other outbreak, war or any number of other post 911 world game changing events. It is also the reason why your protests exist, and why the coverage of them is always so shamelessly played down to always appears as a damp squid events only attended by small numbers of random, mentally unbalanced, fringe, tin foil hat conspiracy people. But there is a limit and a tipping point to be reached that when numbers of protests and their participants swell beyond it, the MSM can no longer continue to play down the numbers or ignore the events and the issues and concerns around them that are all openly shared by what are clearly growing numbers of ordinary people just like you, like your neighbours, because despite how the MSM would have you to view these people and their motives for joining protests voicing their common concerns, THEY INFACT ARE YOU, THEY ARE YOUR NEIGHBOURS. They have just reached a point where they know and understand what has been going on to decieve and conive the public mass mind into acquiscence and silent consent in order to manufacture and maintain this entirely engineered majority consensus, and knowing what is at stake if they remain as apathetic bystanders, and how that means it is their duty now to add their voices to help to convey what they have learnt and know to be the truth that isnt being communicated to the wider public reliant on MSM outlets to give it to them. They know it is the only way. That is the only way that any of this changes, is by engaging in and ultimately winning the war for the perceptions and consensus beliefs as it is "perceieved" to be held by the captive audience majority at any one time, and to be able to co-opt the passions and energies of that majority in the cause for truth and justice and put an end to the wholesale deception paradigm that makes all this possible. Sure, they have their stations, their army of paid actors and liars, the technology and the reach and the ballot boxes etc, but the numbers that generate the success or the failure of the endeavours of these outlets 'all come from us'. We do not need to energise their media machine. With our recognition of this we can disconnect from it entirely in droves with the sufficient level of will and intent to not engergise their liar mills and starve them and their lies out from our mental diets and general company. If you can see it then speak it. If you see through the illusion then you are the solution. But you cant keep that light under a bushell anymore, you have to seek out and gather amongst the other lights, and eminate its billiance unto the whole house for its collective illumination. You have to get involved now, and to no longer feel isolated for your beliefs and your views and add your voice to the growing chorus until the place resounds in its symphony. Or what else is there? Endeavour Freedom ♡ 😉 xx - · Reply · 20 m · Edited Hugh G. Rector Imagine the world today if no one ever had protested? If Emily Davison had never thrown herself under the kings horse, women probably still wouldn't have the vote. Not that voting is actually worth anything....

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