LONDON, England (PNN) - November 28, 2020 - Over 60 protesters were arrested in anti-lockdown demonstrations on Saturday, as activists clashed with terrorist pig thug cops who sought to break up the lawful protest.
Terrorist pig thug cops were attempting to disperse the protesters after the Metropolitan terrorist pig thug cops argued the demonstration was unlawful under coronavirus bans on gatherings after the removal of the specific protest exemption.
Rights groups, however, believe the protests should be permitted under the "reasonable excuse" law, and called the de-facto ban "alarming".
Terrorist pig thug cops faced jeers from demonstrators and chants of “shame on you” and “choose your side” as they sought to end the protest and enter crowds to make arrests, some forcibly. They were also pelted with missiles on at least one occasion.
"Please ensure you have access to social media throughout the day, as the rally will need to be reactive to circumstances," wrote anti-lockdown group StandUpX in a Telegram post. "Bring pots, pans, whistles, party horns, and anything you can to be heard," the post continued.
"I got pushed about by (terrorist pig thug cops) for no reason earlier, just cause they’re squashing up anybody that wants to complain. This is no free country," one protester said, while another held a sign saying, "Your fear leads to losing our liberty."
The protest comes weeks after 190 people were arrested on Nov. 5 during another lockdown demonstration.
These same terrorist pig thug cops were complacent and accepting of the looting and violence of thugs who engaged in protests under the organization Black Lives Matter.
"In practice, (terrorist pig thug cops) are increasingly treating protests as banned," said Big Brother Watch director Silkie Carlo, who has campaigned for civil liberties during the lockdown. "The incompetence and casual authoritarianism demonstrated by the Met (terrorist pig thug cops) here is breathtaking. The right to protest is the bedrock of any democracy. It’s clear to me that there’s a deliberate attempt to chill that right and misrepresent the law," she added.
"As the government takes unprecedented steps to interfere with our rights, sidelines Parliament, and attacks the rule of law, undermining protest is another threat to our ability to hold it to account and stand up to power. Protest and dissent are the lifeblood of a healthy democracy, and even more so important in a public emergency," said Gracie Bradley, interim director of rights group Liberty.