Now is the time
Now the time has come, according to the Police for Freedom spokesperson who can be heard in the video. And I think he's right. The hard-won freedom I wrote about yesterday is currently being terribly undermined. Medical apartheid is the order of the day and its consequences are becoming painfully clear at the moment.
In the next call that I just saw on Telegram, it is therefore also called upon to put the word into action now and to come to Utrecht where the first batch of victims of the dictatorial terror policy may be in danger of falling. He states that after months of demonstrating the moment has come for which they have done it all and again I think he is right. The call itself speaks for itself, so here it is:
Since time is of the essence in spreading this message as much as possible, I will keep it short and concise for everything else. For the honorable freedom fighters who heed this call. Who have responded to previous calls and who are going to respond to all other calls that are most likely to follow. In this difficult time I would like to say the following:
“I hereby immediately express my praise and thanks to all who respond and stand as a front for those affected. You are the type of person who is cut from the right cloth. The type of wood you win the war with and that exemplify what it means to fight for your freedom. You are the frontline fighters standing out at all costs against an inexorable foe, defending the precious heritage of freedom. All who heed a call to stand up for someone else. The people who stand up for the often complete strangers but nevertheless stand up for those who need the help because they are in danger of perishing from this completely insane policy. You are the beacons of light in these dark times. You are the embodiment of hope and again I thank you for that!”