Anti-Antifa Protest Planned in London as Citizens Rise Up Against Terror Group
Demonstrations planned after leftists attacked police, vandalized UK landmarks
Citizens in the UK are rising up against leftist terrorism, with protests against far-left terror group Antifa planned to take place in London this weekend.
A huge demonstration is scheduled to take place Saturday, June 13.
The move comes in response to the recent attacks on the city's Met Police officers, the vandalism of UK landmarks, and rioting by Antifa thugs.
The event is due to take place on Whitehall at 11 am this Saturday.
Organizers say the protest intends to be a peaceful response to Antifa anarchy and welcomes and all colors, creeds, and orientations.
The protest hopes to offer some balance to the biased coverage and reaction to Antifa, who has been using the death of George Floyd to further their own gains.
The event promises to take the spotlight away from Black Lives Matter and Antifa for people tired of thugs ripping apart communities in cities around the world.
Organizers say the event is open to all but urges participants to adhere to social distancing by wearing a mask and staying 2 meters apart from each other.
During protests in London last weekend, former Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid raged at a mob of Antifa thugs who were screaming "f*** the Police" as the group was marching down Whitehall.
Javid blasted a group of protesters harassing police officers guarding Downing Street as they protested the actions of four police officers in Minneapolis.
Spontaneous demonstrations have erupted across the US over the past week and hundreds of Britons took to the street on Sunday to show their solidarity to the Afro-American community.
Commenting on video of the protest, Ms Javid wrote on Twitter: "Very sad to see.
"This is the same police that keeps you and your family safe.
"The ones that run towards danger when you run away.
"Show some goddamn respect."
Hundreds broke lockdown restrictions on Sunday to march from Trafalgar Square to the US Embassy in Battersea demanding justice for George Floyd.
Mr. Floyd died in Police custody on May 25 after warning he "can't breathe" as a member of the Minneapolis Police held a knee over his neck for an estimated eight minutes.
Several hundred protesters also staged a rally outside the U.S. Embassy in Berlin, holding up posters saying "Justice for George Floyd," "Stop killing us," and "Who's next."