The government is gearing up for a “Plan B” in which openly discriminatory vaccine passports are forced on the country – bringing us into line with much of Europe.
Popular resistance is fierce and growing. But what about the opposition from was once known as the left? Although the Liberal Democrats have publicly stated they would vote against vaccine passports for being discriminatory and a fringe anti passport meeting was held at the Labour Party conference, the left so far appear to have failed to mobilise a large and robust movement against the very real threat of the UK joining 14 plus European countries in ushering in medical tyranny.
After a successful first meeting, which brought together 40 attendees determined to mobilise against lockdowns and vaccine mandates on a radical left wing platform, Left Lockdown Sceptics is holding its second meeting on 13th November in London.
The event will take place from 10am – 5pm.
The morning will be a panel session and Q&A with active campaigners in the freedom movement. Speakers will address the next steps for the fight against vaccine passports, as well as topics like the group psychology of vaccine mandate compliance and parallel experiences of resistance against authoritarian regimes.
The afternoon will be dedicated to discussions of how to organise against vaccine passports.
We expect it to include:
- Working within and around the trade unions to fight vaccine passports
- Bringing more of the left out of hiding in its opposition to the biosecurity state
- Organising Left Lockdown Sceptics as a political group within the wider anti-lockdown anti-vaccine pass moment
To register, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue details will be given out to those who register and share a short written introduction in advance. Due to the hostile environment for active campaigners in the freedom movement amongst the so-called left, some precautions are necessary at this stage.
Saturday 13th November
London. Venue details confirmed upon registration
£5 – £10 donations on the door (less if you can’t afford it, more if you can)
How to register?
You must email email@example.com to register and receive venue details