Thousands of people marched in the #KillTheBill rally through central London and other parts of the UK today, protesting against the new proposed legislation which would allow for curbs on civil liberties.
People who value human freedom are angry at the blatantly suppressive measures, putting a question mark over whether democracy is still even functioning in the UK, the USA and other financial centres.
Skirmishes broke out between the protestors and iron-clad officers in dozens of towns and cities following the upheaval. As we described last week there are currently pockets of protest going on against the global agenda all over the world and the more people protest, the louder the message.
As we saw in Amsterdam last Saturday, (20th March 2021) in, a group of roughly 6,000 gathered to protest against the COVID-19 vaccine and the newly introduced global guidelines regarding the ongoing pandemic. They were heard to be chanting “freedom, love, no dictatorship”. Every time the group meets now, the police move in with aggression and violence.
In the midst of all this hullabaloo, NET POL, the network for police monitoring in the UK, has released a guide to resisting police surveillance for those planning to part-take in the rallies.
What is Inside NET POL’s Guide?
The police are always watching and waiting for the slightest disturbance to take place. They want to turn the slightest deviation from ‘normal’ public behavior to ‘protesting’ and to therefore punish all participants.
Gathering information on protestors in order to identify them more easily if they act against the police’s interests becomes way easier if they can freely keep a watch on the crowd.
To avoid constant police surveillance, there are some measures and tactics that protestors can follow to escape unharmed from unreasonable and harassing police trials.
Key Pointers to Resist Police Surveillance
Net Pol has not only listed effective practices and tactics to avoid police surveillance, including:
- Watch out for Police Liaison Officers (PLOs)
- Keep your cameras focused on police personnel and don’t Livestream
- Share social media content carefully and responsibly.
- Go with your trusted friends
Moreover, the guide also listed five key messages that the protestors must keep in mind. These include Not Commenting. You do not need to answer police questions, so don’t. Give no Personal Details. You do not have to give personal details under any stop and search power. Ask “Under what power?” to compel the police to act lawfully.
If arrested, use a recommended solicitor with protest experience, not the duty solicitor. Finally, no Caution. Offering you caution is the police’s way to ask you to admit guilt for an offense without charging you.
You have to outsmart them to protect your freedom.
Remember, every valuable change has begun with a protest – a resistance against suppression and authoritarian rule. #KillTheBill is our key to true democratic freedom.
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