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Thousands Join NYC #NoMandate Protest
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was among speakers in Times Square October 16th
Weekly events to protest vaccine mandates continue to grow and thousands packed Times Square last Saturday where speakers included Bobby Kennedy, founder of Children’s Health Defense that has long challenged the liability free protections for vaccine profiteers. This builds on his successes prosecuting toxic chemical makers for hiding evidence of cancer causing effect of the world’s most popular herbicides.
The scale of Times Square is so oversized it is difficult to get a real sense of the crowd size as everything is dwarfed by billboards that soar to five stories high but the place was packed with people standing shoulder to shoulder from 41st to 42nd Street.
One of the treats New Yorkers enjoy is a huge population of artists, singers, dancers and celebrities living among us and every week features individuals who have been banned from their jobs on Broadway and Lincoln Center in addition to police, fire, education and city employees who have been given the choice of a job or a jab.
The top quality speakers and entertainers are surpassed by the spirit of solidarity and positive energy of the massive crowds. Saturday’s rally in Times Square wrapped with a march to Hudson Yards with a stop at The New York Times to protest their role in propaganda and censorship relating to COVID virus and experimental vaccines.
As impressive as the crowds are the variety and creativity of the signs and questions they pose. It’s less important to agree with all the opinions expressed than to see the broad spectrum of challenges to freedoms and policy.
There’s also an amazing level of effort and creativity that is applied to making a message that sparks curiosity and inspires images to share on social media.
No question that thousands marching through the streets helps spur support and raises awareness. It’s inspiring to have bystanders cheer and shout support from the sidewalk cafes and see the FDNY add friendly toots and flashing lights as the marchers move through the streets.
No mandate rallies and marches are every Saturday in NYC with additional events during the week. If the global protections of Nirenberg are not defended there is no limit to the experiments governments can force on us. This isn’t about public health it is about determining if we have a government that serves or rules its people.
This is our moment to stand for freedom or surrender to political tyrants. Show up, speak up, stand up and when we win you can say you joined the brave who fought for our rights when it mattered!! Tomorrow is another opportunity 1pm City Hall.
Full album for this event and prior weeks are posted and my Flickr and all pics are free to download and share. Remember the silent majority can be heard if we simply opt to speak out. See you in the streets where activism is alive & well.