01 The Right to Freedom of Assembly

Article 20

1. Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association.

2. No one may be compelled to belong to an association.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Director by David Graham Scott

We follow Scotland’s self-proclaimed National Standard Bearer, Peter Dow, as he prepares for a very confrontational day of protest. Peter cuts a curious figure with his pseudo military uniform and inflammatory placard declaring his political beliefs. His target this time is the Queen as she opens the Scottish parliament. His mission is to see her kicked out of the country. Peter’s story is very much the archetype of the ‘little man’ versus the might of the establishment.

Just how will this one-man Scottish Republican army fair on the day of the protest? Will he be able to avoid arrest and get his message across to the masses, and more importantly, the Queen?


One Response to “01 The Right to Freedom of Assembly”

  1. My thanks again to David Graham Scott and all concerned with the production of “The Right to Freedom of Assembly” (David’s chapter) and indeed all of the many people involved in the making of “The New Ten Commandments”.

    Peter Dow’s Scottish National Standard Bearer website – http://scot.tk

    The For Freedom Forums for robust political debate. Inspired by Scots, open to all. –
    http://figh.tk

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