Americans to Protest for Alfie Evans at British Embassy
Unlike the UK, where the government is controlled by what appear to be Nazi sympathizers, the United States has the First Amendment. Promising Americans the right to speak out and assemble. In efforts to share their sickening displeasure of the UK's treatment of Alfie Evans, American protesters will amass at the British Embassy in Washington D.C. Rock on, my fellow pro-life patriots:
Americans will hold a vigil in support of Alfie Evans outside the British embassy in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, April 26 at 11:00 a.m.
“We are gathering together at the British Embassy to pray and stand in solidarity with Alfie Evans and his family,” organizer Rev. Patrick Mahoney told LifeSiteNews. “We want to be a loud public voice that parents know what is best for their children more than government bureaucrats.”
He also said the event will convey that “the disabled community deserves equal rights and protection.”
Will this protest accomplish anything? Probably not. Though it may goose American politicians to do more. But from way over here, I'm not sure what else Americans can do to fight for Alfie Evans. In the UK, police are warning citizens to keep their social media posts in check, as not to arise the suspicions of the gestapo police force. Read UK Police Warn People Not to Speak Out Against Terrible Treatment of Alfie Evans. So it's rather hard for the Brits to do anything to oppose their government. Which is rather why we told the UK some 250 years ago to shove their tyranny up their tight buttholes.
What the United Kingdom is doing to Alfie Evans is beyond inhumane. But it's the only way socialism can end: people must be sacrificed for the good of the state. In this case, Alfie Evans must die so the reputation of the NHS can live. Read Now We Know How the UK ‘Saves’ on Healthcare Costs: Killing Children and Dear ‘Compassionate’ Leftists: Your Complicit Silence on Alfie Evans is Deafening.
The British embassy to the United States is located at 3100 Massachusetts Ave NW. The pro-Alfie event will take place on public property.