Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 21 October 2023

Ah – Gideon Falter is back. A polarity forever in search of another. Actually, I agree with him for once, but if you can protest, mate, so can those who disagree with you, right? No, no, you campaign for others like me to be cancelled. The hypocrisy is breathtaking

Jewish campaign group accused the Met of turning on the victims of terror while the Met said they need to seperate opposing groups for public safety.

The Metropolitan police has defended its approach after a campaign group alleged officers shut down mobile billboards showing the faces of kidnapped Israeli children.

In a video posted on Thursday on X, formerly known as Twitter, Gideon Falter, chief executive of Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) alleged officers told van drivers to turn off the digital billboards on Wednesday instead of taking actions against pro-Palestinian protesters who allegedly intimidated CAA volunteers filming the vans.

He described the incidents on Wednesday evening as “the most disturbing experiences in nine years of campaigning against anti-Semitism” and accused police officers of protecting “the sensibilities of people who sympathize with terrorists.”

The Met later issued a statement, saying officers had been “keen to avoid the billboard vans becoming a point of tension or conflict” as pro-Palestinian demonstrators were nearby.

The force also said officers had taken “similar actions” and prevented pro-Palestinian protests from reaching the Israeli embassy last week, and that it will “carefully consider” whether officers’ responses were appropriate.

On Oct. 7, Hamas terrorists slaughtered Israeli civilians and took hostages, including children, while launching missile attacks from Gaza, prompting Israel to declare war for the first time in 50 years.

CAA Considers Legal Options

In the video posted by CAA, which included clips of the event and a statement from the charity, Mr. Falter said volunteers who had been filming billboard vans passing London’s landmarks were “really shaken up” after they got stopped by protesters.

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