(Gregg Pupecki, Headline USA) On Sunday, freedom loving people from around the world gathered on streets in front of government buildings to demand an end to mandates and biomedical vaccine passports as a coordinated march for freedom took place all across the globe.
They marched to end medical tyranny and the censorship of scientists who don’t support the medical security state.
Taking place in Washington, DC, a blockbuster event called ‘Defeat The Mandates, an American Homecoming’ featured recording artists, prominent doctors, scientists, journalists, pro athletes, actors and premier thought leaders.
United We Stand. In Peace, We March.
— American Homecoming (@dchomecoming) January 19, 2022
“Mandates and freedom are like oil and water. You either have one or the other,” said comedian JP Sears, the event emcee, ahead of the rally.
“I am 100% for freedom, which means the mandates must be defeated,” Sears said. “That’s why I am honored to accept the emceeing position for the defeat the mandates march in DC this Sunday.”
The event was promoted as an American homecoming in which they are inviting, “Americans of every class and color. Democrats and Republicans. Vaccinated and unvaccinated. United we stand. In peace we march.”
The speakers echoed many of the statements that they have become famous for, while urging supporters to take a stand at all costs.
“Every time you comply, you get weaker,” said RFK Jr., according to the NOQ Report. “Every time you say ‘yes,’ you’re getting pushed back to a weaker position.”
“The hill that you’re going to die on is the hill you’re on right now,” he said, “and they’re coming for our children.”
The phrasing seemed to have been borrowed from a recent blog post that Malone made ih which he similarly said that opposing government overreach and vaccine mandates for kids would need to be a red-line for freedom-loving Americans.
But coming from RFK Jr., a political scion whose father and uncle both were sacrificed in the name of freedom, with the Lincoln Memorial serving as his backdrop, the words seemed particularly poignant.
Ivan Sincic, a Croatian MEP, called for demonstrators across Europe to gather in Brussels to protest against censorship, lockdowns and vaccine mandates.
“This is the heart of the European Union,” Sincic explained about why the Belgian capital was chosen.
“This is where these policies were invented,” he added. “This is where the digital certificate was invented. This is where discrimination and interrogation started. This is where the censorship of science and medicine is supported, unfortunately, and this is where this has to end.”
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— Ivan Vilibor Sinčić MEP (@SincicMEP) December 10, 2021
Headline USA’s Ben Sellers contributed to this report.