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Yellow Jackets in Westminster

Whitehall, London. Sat 2 Feb 2019



 The yellow jacketed protesters met up in Trafalgar Square

 By the time I came back ti Whitehall they were blcoing the ord in front of Downing St

 

 One of them accuses me of being David Hoffman. I tell him that my hair doesn't quite glow so bright and I have a beard

 'Stop! Fake News!'

 

 

 'The World is Rising Against the Globalist Elites!'

 Three protesters have come on motorbikes

 A protester has a sign against the many fake companies with 788-790 Finchley Road as their address - and steal from pension funds'.
It was described as "a global asset-stripping £multi-billion money-laundering operation on an industrial scale being carried out by
MPs, Lords, Knights, Dames, celebrities and sportsmen" with over over 209,000 fake oil, gas and mining companies registered there. It is a
curious story, in part anti-semitic conspiracy theory, but which it is impossible to entirely dismiss. The premises were empty last year and

available to rent, but other addresses in London are now home to simiilar scams - and the city is the money laundering capital of the world.
There does appear to be a curious lack of proper action against financial crimes, including tax evasion and fraud here and elsewhere in London..

 Police come to harass the bikers, and the protesters gather around

 

 

 Eventually the police withdraw and the protesters slowly move on

 

 

 

 

Justice for our Boys is a racist campaign which accuses a young Hindu heritage drunk driver of being a Muslim terrorist.
He has been jailed for drunk driving after he killed three young men in Hayes but they want him tried as a terrorist..

 

Melanie Shaw was convicted of arson and being reckless as to whether life was endangered after setting fire to a neighbour's shed
in 2014 and was given a community sentence because of her mental state. I think she later was sent to prison for breaching the
terms of the community order. Taken to court again last November she was found unfit to plead, but a jury found she had commited
three cases of arson in prisons. Sentencing has been adjourned until medical reports are available. She was one of the first
people to make allegations about sexual abuse of children at Beechwood Houuse in Nottingham, investigated by police in 2010.
Long supported by various conspiracy theorists, her case was taken up last year by Tommy Robinson.

 

 'Leave Means Leave' and 'We Are Not Afraid'

 

 

 

 

 

 

The protesters were blocking traffic with the help of police at Parliament Square, but they moved quickly
to leg an ambulance go down Bridge St. I'd had enough and left

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