A weary world took to the streets this weekend to demand an end to governments’ draconian coronavirus regulations that have become an oppressive fixture of life almost everywhere.
On March 20, marking the first anniversary of coronavirus lockdowns in several nations, participants in the “Worldwide Rally for Freedom” marched in Canada, the USA, Uruguay, Argentina, Ireland, Britain, Norway, the Netherlands, France, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Croatia, Serbia, Ukraine, Japan, and Australia, among other countries, to protest lockdowns, mask mandates, and the coercive promotion of the COVID-19 vaccines. In Britain, left-wing activists clashed violently with police as they showed their opposition to a proposed new law banning public protest itself.
In the United States, protests took place across the country from Cape Cod, Massachusetts to Huntington Beach, California. LifeSiteNews database manager Meghan Mulherin attended the rally in Hyannis, Massachusetts.
“There were about 40 people,” Mulherin said, explaining that the winter-time population in Hyannis is very small.
“We had a lot of positive reactions from people driving by,” she continued.
“More positive than negative by far! Beeping, waving, thumbs up.” Mulherin said that there was no police presence, and in fact some of the upturned thumbs came from officers driving past. The message of the rally was “No mandates, no masks, no vaccines.” Read more…