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POLICE STATE: UK Bans Protests

Police warn that “People are going to be extremely angry” and protest more

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With the entire population of Britain now under de-facto house arrest as of Thursday, the move to a full on police state has edged closer with the announcement that protests are now banned.

The Times of London reports that a ban on demonstrations of more than two people will be made illegal under the second national lockdown.

Ironically, the move seems to be a response to the fact that Black Lives Matter were allowed to hold huge protests during the first lockdown, while families were not allowed to gather together in small numbers.

So now, any form of protest is apparently banned under the emergency measures.

The vagueness surrounding the overturning of a fundamental human right is chilling, with a A Home Office spokeswoman telling reporters that “the right to peaceful protest is one of the cornerstones of our democracy,” but adding “any gathering risks spreading the disease, leading to more deaths, so it is vital we all play our part in controlling the virus.”

“People must follow the rules on meeting with others, which apply to all gatherings and therefore protests too,” the government spokesperson added.

While police have been told by the government that they will have to break up protests, some officers have expressed a concern that the move will only embolden people to take to the streets.

A police source told The Times that “this is going to cause a lot of trouble.”

“People are going to be extremely angry and there are concerns they’ll protest the fact they can’t protest,” the source added.

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The move adds to the already growing litany of disturbing emergency “laws” that have been brought in under the guise of battling the pandemic.

Anyone attempting to leave the country ‘without reasonable excuse’ will now be fined up to £6,400.

Previously, people, including families, were not allowed to gather in numbers of more than six, now that number has been decreased to just two.

Shops in some areas have been told to only sell items they deem to be essential, which led to some, particularly in Wales which is run by a leftist Labour government, cordoning off entire sections, including those containing books and writing materials, and even clothes and bedding.

It has also been reported that police are quizzing people on what they are about to purchase before they enter grocery stores.

Meanwhile, people are reporting disturbing stories of being hounded by police for refusing to download the NHS coronavirus ‘track and trace’ app.

On Thursday, one NHS nurse publicly resigned while wearing her uniform before releasing the real numbers of COVID patients in her hospital, which is vastly fewer than the government has suggested, and denouncing the government’s disastrous lockdown policy.

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Video: White House Finally Admits Cubans Rising Up Against ‘Failed Communism’

At the third or fourth time of asking.

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White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki finally admitted Thursday, at the third or fourth time of asking, that the people of Cuba are rising up against a failed communist system of government, rather than a rise in COVID cases.

Fox News reporter Peter Doocy asked Psaki, “Now that you’ve had a few days to think about it, does this White House still think that the protests in Cuba are happening because people are upset about a rise in COVID cases there, or is there some thought maybe given to the possibility that they’re protesting because they’re sick of communism?”

Psaki responded “Well, Peter, first I would say communism is a failed ideology, and we certainly believe that.”

She continued, “It has failed the people of Cuba. They deserve freedom; they deserve a government that supports them, whether that is making sure they have health and medical supplies, access to vaccines, or whether they have economic opportunity and prosperity.”

Psaki added, “And, instead, this has been a government, an authoritarian communist regime that has repressed its people, and has failed the people of Cuba, and hence, we’re seeing them in the streets.” 

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Psaki spent the entire week avoiding criticising the communist Cuban tyranny, instead claiming that “government mismanagement” was to blame for the people rising up.

Many in the streets have been witnessed waving the American flag and asking for U.S. support to help them be free of the Marxist oppression.

As we noted, Senator Marco Rubio, among others, called for a clear denunciation of “this communist, this Marxist, this socialist tyranny” in Cuba, saying that America must make “clear about whose side we’re on.” 

The Biden administration and the media, however, continued to blame Donald Trump for the collapse of Cuba’s economy, in lockstep with the communist Cuban oppressors, and even groups such as Black Lives Matter, which issued a statement blaming the U.S. for the crimes of the Marxist regime in Cuba.

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Video: White House Refuses To Condemn Communist Cuban Tyranny – Instead Says It’s “Mismanagement”

Says that Biden has no comment “at this time”

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White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was asked Wednesday if the Cuban people are rising up against communism, but avoided the question by describing the oppression in the country as “government mismanagement”.

Fox News reporter Peter Doocy also asked Psaki why legitimate asylum seekers from the communist regime have been told by Biden’s DHS that they are not welcome in the U.S.

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After failing to provide a sufficient response to Doocy’s first questions, Psaki then said she’s “not sure what the question is,” despite it being blatantly clear that Doocy was asking if Cubans are fleeing the country to escape communism.

Could it be any clearer? Or is she simply refusing to denounce a communist tyranny?

Economic collapse, systemic oppression and mass uprisings go somewhat beyond ‘mismanagement’.

Furthermore, when asked whether Biden will speak about the anti-communist uprising in Cuba, Psaki replied “not at this time.”

As we noted yesterday, Senator Marco Rubio, among others, called for a clear denunciation of “this communist, this Marxist, this socialist tyranny” in Cuba, saying that America must make “clear about whose side we’re on.” 

The Biden administration and the media, however, continue to blame Donald Trump for the collapse of Cuba’s economy, in lockstep with the communist Cuban oppressors.

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Video: Rubio Demands U.S. Government “Call It For What It Is” In Cuba – A ‘Communist, Marxist, Socialist Tyranny’

Senator demands American make “clear about whose side we’re on.”

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After attempts by the Biden administration and the establishment media to downplay the anti-communist uprising in Cuba as anything but that, Senator Marco Rubio made an impassioned speech demanding that the government “call it for what it is.”

“We should be clear in our language,” Rubio said during a speech on the Senate floor, adding “We don’t just condemn this tyranny. We condemn this communist, this Marxist, this socialist tyranny.”

Rubio demanded that America make “clear about whose side we’re on.” 

“The first lesson we need to take away from it is that Marxism, socialism, doesn’t work,” Rubio continued, adding “The way socialism, the way Marxism has always worked, the way it’s always empowered itself, is it goes to the people and immediately divides them. It says there is an oppressor class and that there is this victim class and these evil oppressors, capitalists, in the case of socialism or traditional Marxism, they oppress the victims.”

Rubio, who is of Cuban descent, noted that the so called “opening” of Cuba under the Obama administration ignores that fact that a socialist regime still reigns with an iron fist over the people.

“They will use any opening as a tool — as a weapon — against their people, because that’s what socialism does,” Rubio urged, adding “That’s what these Marxists do in Cuba. They will use anything as a weapon against the people of Cuba.”

“You can open up all you want. We can pass a bill here that says, ‘Open to Cuba. A hundred percent open.’ Full free trade, you can do whatever you want. At the end of the day, the Cuban regime will control that opening. It’s not just what we want to do, it’s what they want to do,” the Senator further explained.

He went on to note that tourism, financial, medical and agricultural agreements have been tightly controlled by the communist Cuban military with the general Cuban population seeing little benefit from them “because socialism is about control.”

Rubio also took to Twitter Tuesday, and pointed out the hypocrisy of the platform banning US politicians, including Trump, while allowing ‘Marxist Socialist dictators to incite violence’:

The likes of CBS News have even suggested that Trump’s actions during his time as president, rather than socialism in the country, led to the collapse of the Cuban economy:

Footage out of the country has shown anti-communist protesters waving the U.S. flag in the streets:

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