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The Anti-Vax Army clashes with the police outside Parliament in London


Anti-Vax Army clashes with police outside Parliament as Ministers plunge London into the third stage

  • Thousands of protesters marched in Parliament Square after it was found that London was about to be restricted
  • The government put draconian Tier 3 restrictions on the capital after infections skyrocketed last week
  • The protest was organized by Piers Corbyn-affiliated StandUp X and saw a series of arrests by police

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Anti-Vaxxer protesters have rallied in London amid angry scenes as it was confirmed the capital is under Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions.

The out-of-time march was organized by StandUp X using the encrypted telegram message service preferred by IS extremists.

Over 16,500 people are supporters of the group and scenes in Parliament Square showed how crowds were hit by the police.

Anti-Vaxxer protesters gathered in London at lunchtime when it was announced that the capital would be subject to Tier 3 restrictions

Police saw her arrest and handcuff a woman but did not comment on the number of arrests today

Police saw her arrest and handcuff a woman but did not comment on the number of arrests today

A woman held the poster and called for an end to the lockdown, even though the second national restriction had already been lifted

A woman held the poster and called for an end to the lockdown, even though the second national restriction had already been lifted

It came shortly after it became known that cases of coronavirus infection had emerged in London and the Home Counties were off the scales.

Government sources said the capital was expected to be subject to tight Tier 3 restrictions to control the spread. It was confirmed just hours later.

A protester was holding a placard that read "End the Lockdown" even though the UK's second restriction ended over a week ago.

Pictures of the march showed police arresting demonstrators as they tried to get through the capital.

Protesters can be arrested for violating Covid's regulations, which include social distancing and safety regulations

Protesters can be arrested for violating Covid's regulations, which include social distancing and safety regulations

Hundreds of people gathered in Parliament Square after the StandUp X protest group called for another demonstration

Hundreds of people gathered in Parliament Square after the StandUp X protest group called for another demonstration

The group uses an encrypted courier telegram for coordination, a system preferred by some terrorists and extremists

The group uses an encrypted courier telegram for coordination, a system preferred by some terrorists and extremists

The protest was coordinated with military precision outside the eyes of the authorities.

StandUp X's Twitter feed ordered followers to download the encrypted Telegram app.

It added, 'Please anyone can download Telegram and join our Stand Up X channel.

"We have 15,000 members here. It's so important that you all copy and paste this link and stay connected in your cities."

Piers Corbyn is a leading member of Britain's fastest growing anti-mask protest group StandUp X, pictured earlier this year

Piers Corbyn is a leading member of Britain's fastest growing anti-mask protest group StandUp X, pictured earlier this year

Igs salt

Cassie Sunsine

The other best-known figures in the group appear to be Igs Salt and a lady named Cassie Sunshine, who appeared earlier this year

"It won't be long before they delete us."

Those who take part in the march run the risk of being arrested for violating Covid's regulations.

MailOnline asked the Met Police for a comment this past March

StandUp X: The "community of the struggle against the new normal"

StandUp X is a newly formed group that is supposed to defy many rules and restrictions imposed by the government to prevent the spread of Covid-19. It describes itself as a "community of struggle against the new normal".

It has already held a number of marches and says it invites everyone to "question the mainstream narrative" to attend its "peaceful rallies".

On its website, StandUp X states that it does not agree to the "illegal and disproportionate measures", arguing that Britain "lives in a state of authoritarian control".

Social distancing measures, the wearing of masks, the enforcement of barriers and "Covid Ghettos" are among the rules and regulations that StandUp X speaks out against.

She also wants to speak out against vaccinations, claiming they violated the principles of the Nuremberg Code – a set of principles of research ethics for human experimentation created as a result of the Nuremberg Trials at the end of World War II.

The code says: "Any preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic medical intervention may only be carried out with the prior, free and informed consent of the person concerned."

StandUp X warns that "compulsory, compulsory, and mandatory" vaccinations will turn humanity into a "mass science experiment" that will benefit billions for pharmaceutical companies and their partners, including Bill Gates.

The group also rejects track and trace methods, describing them as a "digital Gestapo" and an invasion of privacy. She claims the adoption of 5G technology is "deadly to both privacy and health".

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