Why I Attended the Lockdown Protest in Hyde Park
Updated: May 26
Article 20 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights provides all citizens with the right to free assembly, article 12 states that no one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, and Article 13 permits everyone the right to freedom of movement within the borders of each state. These have been inalienable rights, ratified by sensible statesman, in the wake of the deadliest conflict the world has ever seen, to protect liberty from the kind of tyranny unleashed by the Nazis in WW2.
In Germany in 1933, Hitlers power was limited as the Nazi’s reluctantly shared the Reichstag as a coalition government. Campaigning to increase their share of the vote in order to rule unopposed, the Nazis used the burning down of the German Parliament on 27th February by communists, to enact the Emergency Decree for the Protection of the German People. Those Emergency Powers removed the basic freedoms of the German people, including freedom of speech and rights to assembly, rights that could have enabled the German citizenry to stop the Nazi advancement in its tracks.
We must remember that the people of Europe today are not separated by some great divide of political inclusion or discernment, to the people of Germany in the 1930’s, yet, the Germany citizenry were also persuaded by the propaganda machine of the Nazi party into surrendering their rights for protection against an external threat, resulting in the sinister totalitarian regime that followed, which in turn gave charter to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The campaign to protect our NHS, has been kicked around as marketing collateral since the 2019 elections. A key election promise of Labour to protect the NHS from Tory privatisation has now, ironically, become the banner of the Tory party, to protect the NHS from coronavirus.
We must look out beyond the closed curtains of our minds, and recognise the doorstep clapping advocacy for the NHS, for what it actually is - another politically motivated, propaganda fuelled, flag waving exercise in civil-obedience. Applying significant pressure to communities to participate, or else risk being named, shamed and ostracised, reminiscent of how party members of the Soviet Union were forced to enthusiastically applaud Communist despots or face being labelled dissidents.
The common sense of the British public has been sufficiently euthanised by psychological warfare of the state, which promotes a consensus of fear, towards a tipping point of public hysteria, resulting in the vast majority of the British people literally begging on their knees to give up their human rights and sovereignty, in return for protection against this external threat.
In the government's press conference on 11th May, our Chief Medical Officer, Chris Whitty openly admitted the mortality rate of COVID-19 is less than 1%, probably on par with seasonal flu.
Neil Ferguson Imperial College simulation - that led to the global lockdown - has been called out by a consensus of scientists and software programmers as totally unreliable, flawed and baseless. With even The Daily Telegraph suggesting this could be the most devastating software mistake of all time.
When we examine the actual data, even after it has been grossly manipulated, with most attributed cases and deaths recorded on suspicion rather than diagnosis, we see that the trend, in the context of previous years' flu seasons, is again about on par.
When the tyranny of government manufactures our consent, the democratic process is suspended, and we unquestioningly assume rank and file within the new para-normal, there will be grave consequences to our civil liberties, human rights and privacy.
Children in Europe are being subjected to brutal forms of psychological torture.
The seismic displacement of millions of workers worldwide will psychologically devastate entire communities for generations to come, as the introduction of cheaper artificial intelligence replaces manual labour, as a corporation's right to higher margins takes precedence over a person's right to work, maintain financial independence and avoid the Universal Living Wage system.
While we sit comfortably in our docile bubbles of first world privilege, protected by the British government from the threat of the epidemic, we tacitly consent to policies that have far reaching ramifications on a global scale. As reported by the UN’s World Food Program, up to 265 million people in emerging and developing markets face extinction due to interruption of the global food supply chain, with famines of biblical proportions looming as a consequence of the policies being consented to by us the citizens of the West.
These are the reasons why I attended the lockdown protest in Hyde Park.