This looks like it is the biggest right-wing protest in London this year. Thousands descending on Westminster chanting We want our country back pic.twitter.com/dO9wlMO4Vt— James Dawson (@TheJayToday) December 9, 2018
Looks like I need to expand my prayer list! Those guys in London and those yellow vests all over Europe can use 'em :)
Coming home from Oklahoma last night I finally saw that big Q billboard. My mom was driving but I couldn't get my phone up fast enough to snap a pic :(
It is south of Ardmore on the East side of I-35. This is either a new one or they've refreshed the message. It was like 10' tall WWG1WGA with smaller letters QANON and something more but we drove by so fast I didn't get to read more. I'm going back in 2 weeks, maybe I can get a pic if I'm not driving.
My report from the UKIP 'Brexit Betrayal' march today, the first right-wing protest since Tommy Robinson was appointed as advisor to the party: https://t.co/TnDnnGV6iE— James Dawson (@TheJayToday) December 9, 2018
"It's unconscionable to me that in 2018 you have fascists marching on the streets of Britain."
Thousands of protesters and counter-protesters descended on parliament for Tommy Robinson and UKIP's "Brexit Betrayal" march. pic.twitter.com/JeiXZdOONH— JOE Politics (@PoliticsJOE_UK) December 9, 2018
Tommy Robinson now on stage. Says this is what the British establishment fears, goes on to attack Islamification of Britain and says it cannot be stopped unless we leave the EU and govern our own country by our own laws pic.twitter.com/RhHMxGRRjz— James Dawson (@TheJayToday) December 9, 2018
Although this is UKIP organised, there are clearly lots of far-right groups in attendance, including the For Britain movement. Coaches have brought people from across the UK. pic.twitter.com/X4EXNyrnbg— James Dawson (@TheJayToday) December 9, 2018
I am here at the @UKIP organised Brexit Betrayal protest. It is the first since leader Gerard Batten appointed Tommy Robinson as an advisor, leading to Nigel Farage and a number of MEPs leaving the party. pic.twitter.com/wcNS2puqRD— James Dawson (@TheJayToday) December 9, 2018
France and Britain are marching in the streets against the oligarchy. Why arent we?
Wish we could do that. so spread out.