I've always wanted to go through speakers corner in London and after hearing about the March of freedom I wanted to comment on my thoughts. I have to say, listening to all these speakers makes me feel like I was there. So the first speaker I decided to listen to Count Dankuas speech. I really enjoyed his speech and Dankula talked about his time being accused of hate speech. And he really slams his haters who accuse him of being alt right, racist etc. I also enjoyed Tommy Robinsons speech, I thought it was powerful, and really shows how criticizing religion can get you in trouble. It's not surprising how critisizing Islam is different from the response ok speaking out against Christianity. Also, I feel I need to fact check his stats on the Muslim grooming gangs, but if the stats are right it's alarming. I'm glad he brought to Hamas with Twitter accounts but milo has his Twitter account closed. Something that a youtubers hi I think I'm real brought up, I was doing disappointed to see some of the attendees like millenial woes who wouldn't let a drag queen speak at the protest. If this really was a day for freedom where's the freedom for the drag queen. I don't know what he/she spoke about but let that person talk.
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