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Freedom Protest Belfast City Hall 29 January 2022
Several thousand protesters gathered again on Saturday to show their opposition to the government's plans to introduce vaccine passports and the possibility of mandatory covid-19 vaccines. As usual there was a good friendly atmosphere on this cold and windy January afternoon. The protest was opened by Willie Drennan with a solo on his Lambeg drum. He then mentioned the Canadian truckers freedom convoy before playing his new tune "road to freedom" He was followed by a Canadian lady who sang a protest song she had written and a very funny solo guitarist. Paul from "A stand in the park" was up next giving details for meetups in parks in Lisburn, Lurgan, Bangor and Ballyclare and some planned upcoming meetups in Banbridge and other towns in Ulster. A pre recorded message from David Icke was introduced by Fiona Rose Diamond who had flown over from London.
She then followed with a rousing speech of her own. She gave details of the demonstration that she had been to in Belgium on the previous Saturday, where over 400,000 people from all over Europe had gathered to protest. They had been attacked by the police with tear gas and water cannons spraying sewage water over the peaceful crowd that included children. She then introduced a recorded message about the international investigation from leading German lawyer and member of the German Corona Investigative Committee, Dr. Reiner Fuellmich. Next Darren from ARN(Advocacy Rights Network) gave a talk about some of the adverse reactions being reported after Covid-19 vaccinations. He also gave details about some of the problems being faced by employers and employees from the government's restrictions. Jonathan Weissman from alltherisks.com then gave some scientific detailed statistics about the numerous side effects from the new "vaccines"
With special guest Fiona Rose Diamond and pre recorded messages from David Icke and Dr. Reiner Fuellmich