Coronavirus conspiracy theorists who think pandemic is a HOAX march on London against masks and vaccine

THOUSANDS of coronavirus conspiracy theorists who believe the pandemic is a HOAX have marched on London today.

Crowds of Covid-deniers swarmed the capital demanding an end to face masks, social distancing and the search for a vaccine.

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The 'Unite For Freedom' rally began at midday – with protesters calling for an end to "government lies" over the pandemic.

Pictures show large crowds gathered in Trafalgar Square holding signs claiming that the virus is a "hoax" and a "scam".

Other placards read: "No to mandatory vaccines!"

Most of the defiant crowd refused to wear a mask during the protests.

The event is currently moving towards Downing Street and towards the Houses of Parliament, where speakers will address a large crowd.

It is believed that conspiracy theorist David Icke is set to speak at the event later, as well as Jeremy Corbyn's brother Piers.




A poster advertising the event read: "Nothing is more important as time is very short – the Government are voting for a two-year extension of their emergency Covid-19 powers in September 2020.

"The first six months was a disaster – this must not be allowed to continue! We have to take a stand."

It comes as similar 'Unite For Freedom' protests erupted across Europe today.

Berlin police today disbanded a mass protest in the German capital against coronavirus curbs, where marchers failed to keep their distance and wear masks as instructed.

"Unfortunately, we have no other option," the city's police said on Twitter, adding people had failed to comply with the safety conditions of the march.

Some 3,000 officers had been deployed to control crowds estimated at 18,000.

The 'Unite for Freedom' group's priorities are listed as "no more lockdowns, no social distancing, no masks. No track and trace, no health passports. No mandatory vaccinations, no "new normal".

The march is part of several protests expected to take place across the world under the Unite for Freedom banner.






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