Police in the United Kingdom are known for not carrying firearms, famously regarded for their ability to keep the peace without the use of force.
That is, except when it comes to those who protest against COVID-19 vaccines.
When crowds took to the streets to protest “systemic racism” following the death of George Floyd in the United States, police took a knee with demonstrators. When climate alarmist group Extinction Rebellion placed a wreath in the most prominent position on a war memorial on Remembrance Day, police allowed them to stage a photo op before quietly removing the wreath later.
And yet when someone doesn't disperse “fast enough” from a protest against pandemic restrictions, the police crack down with force.
Seems a tad bit hypocritical, doesn't it?