On April 10, 2021, “Police for Freedom” a group of Law Enforcement and Military officers, held a demonstration in the streets in Baarn, Netherlands. Thousands of police officers, soldiers, veterans, doctors, nurses, teachers, and ordinary civilians walked shoulder to shoulder through the streets calling for freedom of speech, medical freedom, the right to education, and the preservation of basic rights.
Some of the military heroes stand at attention and salute:
In the Netherlands, the left-wing coalition government does not want people to organize. The harsh coronavirus measure has been made sacrosanct. The government does not tolerate criticism. The left fears people united against their destructive agenda.
Those in power do not want people organizing. They want people to remain isolated and unable to gather in protest of their tyrannical measures. When people unite and question the government’s abuses, it threatens their power.
Due to supposedly increasing corona cases, paralyzing lockdowns, and financially crushing restrictions have been in effect in the Netherlands since December 15, 2020, which is expected to last until April 20.
Travel within the Netherlands and abroad is not recommended. All persons aged 13 and over are required to wear a mask in public spaces. Meetings in private rooms are only permitted with one person outside of your own household. There is a mandate to work from home. There is also a curfew between 10 p.m. and 4:30 a.m.
“Police For Freedom”
Dennis Spaanstra, the leader of Police for Freedom Netherlands, thanked the military for ensuring that everything went smoothly. “We have achieved something very special today. That people from all walks of life have organized a fantastic march together where nothing went wrong, ”said Spaanstra, who enjoyed a long career with the riot police as well as a regular police officer.
“Also compliments to the police, how beautifully they supervised this. That way you have a connection with each and the citizens of Netherlands”, he emphasized.
A live link of the rally can he scene here