"I Want My Life Back" - German Anti-Lockdown Protests Worsen | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

"I Want My Life Back" - German Anti-Lockdown Protests Worsen

More than a thousand anti-quarantine protesters turned out for a rally in the German capital, Berlin, on Saturday, resulting in dozens of arrests. This is a continuation from last weekend as social decay worsens.

Saturday's protest saw mainly leftist activist but also a mix of right-wing folks. Police were armed with riot gear and weapons, posted up around Rosa Luxemburg square.

Protesters handed out flyers entitled "Democratic Resistance," which stated the COVID-19 pandemic is ushering in the surveillance state as the government seizes power by spreading fear.

Police spokesman Thilo Cablitz said the city approved an event where people were to hand out flyers and follow social distancing rules -- but it eventually transformed into a protest that got out of hand.

"During coronavirus times and according to containment regulations, we are obliged to prevent a gathering," Cablitz said.

Some protesters abided by social distancing rules while others blatantly ignored, and were visibly upset, calling for an end of the government lockdown. Here are some of the scenes that unfolded in Berlin on Saturday:

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Governments around the world are discovering that there is a finite upper limit to which people can be pushed; many on this planet are already there.

Luckily, in this little household of two, there is no panic or mass frustration, just practicality. We are still practicing social distancing, when going out, but we are both feeling fine.

In the state of Indiana, no church services will be happening until at least the 17th of next month, but I, as are many of my brother and sister Christians, can participate in live-streaming church services, and virtual Bible classes, which is a good thing.

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