FREE SPEECH: July 14th Trump Welcome Rally UNDER THREAT
On July 14th a rally and march is planned to welcome Donald Trump to the UK and defy leftist agitators and a gaggle of leftist politicians including London Mayor, Sadiq Khan who has declared he is not welcome in London.
The events have been planned, published and promoted over two months in advance and anti-Trump protests planned for the 13th and 14th July are currently unmolested. However, the Met Police have written to one of the key organisers of the event, Luke Nash Jones, advising him that a file is being prepared for the Assistant Commissioner on the event and it may even be cancelled or forced to reroute.
The email. from the Police Liason Gateway team says:
“A file for Sec 12 and 14 Public Order Act conditions is now being prepared for the Assistant Commissioner and will be submitted for consideration in the next few days.”
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Mr Nash-Jones has been invited to propose an alternative route away from the US Embassy. He rightly points out in his reply:
“Of all the marches planned on the day you have chosen to target the most peaceful, a cheerful procession welcoming Trump.”
Again we are in a situation where the authorities seem to be embarked on a deliberate policy of provocation of patriots who want to do nothing more than exercise fundamental democratic rights. Meanwhile. leftist organisations which spread terror and violence are left alone by their establishment friends. Once again we can clearly see the fickle establishment is no friend of free speech except when it suits it.