Article: Worldwide Freedom Protests Millions upon Millions of People Rising Up

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Worldwide Freedom Protests Millions upon Millions of People Rising Up

YouTube Banned any Reporting of the Worldwide Freedom Protest – These People are Anti-Human Rights

March 20th, 2021 has been a Worldwide Freedom March which of course the US Media IS CALLING as “far-right”or “MAGA” or “QAnon” related. The US press is so anti-Constitution or human rights they call anyone who disagrees with lockdowns as an “extremist” who they imply really should be imprisoned for daring to disagree with them. In London, where they cannot blame Trump, somewhere between 50,000 and 100,000 people came out without masks to peacefully protest.

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Martin Armstrong: 2020 USA Civil War Video

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New Ad Depicts 2020 Election as a War

The year 2016 brought BREXIT and the Trump election. Socrates was then forecasting that the 2020 presidential election would be the most corrupt and violent in American history. That forecast appears to be on point. This new advertisement supporting Trump by an external group is very telling. Socrates has also shown that this COVID-19 pandemic has been manufactured and by no means has the entire society ever been locked down in a quarantine of this magnitude.

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Martin Armstrong: The 2020 Presidential Election Will Be The Most Violent In American History

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Martin Armstrong: The 2020 Presidential Election Will Be The Most Violent In American History

We have crossed the line. Violence and hate speech is now the normal. There is no tolerance for people to accept an opposing view.

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Therefore, if look at that timing, it would appear that 4.3 years from Trump swearing in on January 20th, 2017 brings us to 2021.354. If we throw in all the economic problems we see coming with pensions and a monetary crisis on top of all of that, I would not count of 2020 being a normal presidential election. It may be the most violent event in American political history.