Globalist George Soros’ foundation is one of the funders behind marchers calling for a second vote on Brexit
The march to demand a second referendum was very well organised and coordinated and was attended by hundreds of thousands of people. Organisers claim that one million protesters came to the protest.
Speakers at the march included Tom Watson, Nicola Sturgeon and Sadiq Khan, former Conservative cabinet minister Justine Greening, former Tory and now independent MP Anna Soubry, Lib Dem deputy leader Jo Swinson, Green Party MP Caroline Lucas and SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford.
Steve Coogan of Alan Partridge fame also spoke. Other celebrities present were celebrity star gazer Brian Cox and Tony Robinson, famous for playing Baldrick in the television series Blackadder.
Brendan O’Neill tweeting on the Spiked twitter account stated “This is one of the most disturbing marches I have ever witnessed. It is a middle-class screech of rage against the electorate, a chilling and elitist cry for the overthrowing of millions of people’s votes.”
Last year The Guardian reported that George Soros’ Open Society Foundation had given a total of £500,000 to the pro-EU campaign group Best for Britain and that his Open Society Foundation had also donated £182,000 to European Movement UK and £35,000 to Scientists for EU, two anti Brexit groups.
The Best for Britain group again joined the anti Brexit People’s Vote march in London today as they have done previously.
Meanwhile in France, the army was deployed and tear gas allegedly used to deal with thousands of French citizens gathered to protest against Macron and to demand a Frexit.
(Main image Our Future, Our choice via Twitter)