JFK 50th Anniversary: Fight For Free Speech
City of Dallas attempts to crush First Amendment
Paul Joseph Watson
November 20, 2013
Authorities in Dallas, Texas are attempting to mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy by censoring the First Amendment, cordoning off huge areas of the city and prohibiting anyone who disagrees with the official narrative from entering Dealy Plaza.
The city banned filming and the display of signs in the Dealy Plaza area, but under threat of lawsuits by groups such as COPA, authorities have caved to numerous concessions like allowing the handing out of leaflets and t-shirts, and hanging banners, although only in designated areas.
JFK was silenced 50 years ago but Infowars will not allow the truth to be silenced. In response to this egregious assault on constitutional rights, Alex Jones will lead three days of protest at different locations in Dallas.
Citizens in foreign countries are celebrated for standing up for their free speech rights but America is increasingly becoming a place where the right to peaceably assemble and demonstrate requires government permission. If the First Amendment is to be preserved, this authoritarian trend has to be completely reversed.
The first demonstration will take place on Wednesday at 8pm at the Federal Reserve building at the corner of Pearl and Woodall Rodgers Freeway, a location at which Jones has previously protested three separate times with other Americans. Free fliers will be handed out to protesters.