THOUSANDS March Through Whitehall With Tommy Robinson For Free Speech
Around 5,000 people marched in London yesterday in the “Day For Freedom” rally organised by Tommy Robinson, and was one of the biggest political marches in recent years in the UK.
The huge crowds of patriots and advocates of free speech met at Speakers Corner in Hyde Park at 1:30pm and made their way through the capital city to arrive in Whitehall at 3pm, where they were greeted by a wide range of powerful speakers and performers.
As per usual with rallies involving Tommy Robinson, the mainstream print and televised media ignored the march, except for one or two reports where the crowds were accused of being “far-right”.
The main groups making up the protest were the Veterans Against Terrorism and the Democratic Football Lads Alliance, with the former also acting as a security team for UKIP Leader Gerard Batten who led the march into Whitehall.
Young Independence (YI), UKIP’s Youth Wing, also turned out in great numbers, proudly flying their YI flag and UKIP flag during the march and speeches.
While the police largely kept violent Antifa protestors away from the freedom march, a handful did get through and attempted to attack police and the free speech activists alike, though it is understood that nobody suffered any serious injuries.
Towards the end of the event, Editor-In-Chief of Breitbart London was seen waving a UKIP flag and referring to the party as “we”, indicating that he will become more active once again.