A disconcerting scene unfolds as special constables, volunteer police officers, reportedly restrict the singing of church songs beyond church grounds. This alarming development raises fundamental questions about the erosion of basic rights, particularly the right to freedom of religion protected by the Human Rights Act. The perplexing twist lies in the involvement of volunteers, typically seen as community contributors, raising concerns about the influence and directives shaping their actions. As global instances of rights infringement multiply, a pressing question lingers: Who is orchestrating these unprecedented measures, and what is the driving force behind these restrictive actions?
What’s Happening In The World? Special Constables Restricting Singing Church Songs In Public . Even The Volunteers Are Siding With Tyranny?
“You are not allowed to sing church songs outside of church grounds”
Who’s Giving These Orders?
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