2021-05-11 - 11:34:27 COMMUNITY |
THE BERMUDA FREEDOM ALLIANCE - RESPONSE TO GOVT VACCINE DISCRIMINATION POLICY
The Bermuda Freedom Alliance (BFA) sends our gratitude to all who courageously showed support for our first Bermuda Freedom Car/Bike Rally. We see you, we hear you, and we are here with you.
In just one year, we have witnessed an attack on our democracy and a quickened erosion of freedoms in our society due to what we consider the socially manipulated COVID-19 crisis. As such, we hold fast to stemming that tide in honour of our children and future generations - who deserve to inherit the legacy of a free society that our forefathers fought to create for us.
In order for Bermuda to move beyond this social crisis, the government’s policy-making, which has created fear, confusion, and divisiveness, must come to an end. Until such a time, protest will be the order of the day.
The Bermuda Government has not changed its stance regarding its tyrannical approach to COVID-19. Instead, they chose to move forward with policies that promote medical apartheid on unvaccinated people who arrive on the island. In response, the BFA will hold another Car/Bike Rally on Sunday, May 16th, 2021.
We call for ALL in Bermuda who opposes ALL forms of discrimination and tyranny to join us in asserting our freedoms and to participate in further action beyond.
YOU CAN SHOW SOLIDARITY FOR THE CAR RALLY BY:
*Wearing the Colour Blue
*Keeping Your Headlights On
*Flashing Your Own Posters/Flyers Along the Main Roadways
*Tuning in to HOTT 107.5 for Live Updates
TELL AS MANY PEOPLE AS YOU CAN TO SHOW SUPPORT BY:
Joining the Caravan
By Standing Along the Main Roadways with your Posters/Flyers
CAR RALLY ROUTE MAY 16, 2021
BE THERE @11:30AM, LEAVE @12PM
START: VICTOR SCOTT SCHOOL FIELD
Go up Pond Hill, take a left through Bishop Spence Road, left and continue along Palmetto Road, stay left and continue on the underpass by Tennis Stadium.
When you reach the roundabout, continue right toward Woodland’s Road
Take a right at Woodland’s Road and continue to St. John’s Road, when you reach the roundabout, continue left toward HWP travel west to Cox’s hill roundabout, continue right toward Spanish Point, Just before Admiralty House, take the right onto North Shore Road.
North Shore Road to the roundabout near the bottom of Palmetto Road Hill, go up Palmetto Road Hill left onto Frog Lane roundabout, continue right onto Parsons Road.
Continue on Parson’s Road all the way past TCD to Dutton Avenue (Bernard Park)
*POTENTIAL WAIT POINT: Bernard Park right at Palmetto Road until it joins with North Shore Road traveling east on North Shore Road to
Kindley Field, rest spot.
Resuming towards St. Davids, along St. Davids Road, to Texas Road left up Lighthouse Hill. Continuing on to Southside then moving towards St. George’s in and out of the back roads, town square heading back west stopping on the Kindley Field Road. Traveling on towards North Shore to Flats Hill, Middle Road to Corkscrew Hill
From, the bottom of Corkscrew Hill, take a left and go up Trimingham Hill When you reach the roundabout at Trimingham Hill & South Road, take a right and travel through Rural Hill
Continue through South Shore Road
*POTENTIAL WAIT POINT: Southlands
Merge with Middle Road at Barnes corner and take a left
*POTENTIAL WAIT POINT: Barnes Corner
Continue all the way to Dockyard
Swing around and come back down through Middle Road
END: TN TATEM
In the meantime, the BFA calls upon the community to boldly demand transparency, forthrightness, and truth from the government, its agencies, and its representatives. In maintaining that energy we ask that you:
- Refuse to be silenced.
- Ask those difficult questions of the government… Demanding that the media outlets put forth your questions, if necessary.
- Do not just accept the prevailing narrative as gospel… Instead, seek the opposing viewpoints to gain balance.
- Hold the government to task when error is found in their policies.
- Do not unwillingly concede to, nor be bullied by, the vaccine agenda.
Last, but not least, please stay tuned to the Bermuda Freedom Alliance page, where we keep you updated on upcoming events and disseminate facts surrounding the COVID-19 crisis, backed by science and reliable sources.
The Bermuda Freedom Alliance comprises individuals of like-mind from a cross-section of the Bermudian community. We acknowledge that freedom is the heritage of every human being - no matter the age, gender, creed, religion, skin colour, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, or “vaccination” status. We represent community, standing unified and in truth, to protect and uphold our human heritage -
Our Sovereign Freedoms.
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