Part of the AFFG Team in Glasgow on 6-11-21 to document an exact count of the march through the city centre.
"Thank Goodness A Force For Good is here to report the truth!" Someone said that to us today after we revealed the true number of marchers through Glasgow on Saturday 6th November 2021, was 13,000 and not the "100,000" which the media is reporting.
As of Sunday 7th November 2021, some media outlets are prefacing their claim by saying, "Organisers claim 100K…" while others simply report it as fact.
MEDIA was PUSHING the "100K" NARRATIVE
Alarm bells starting ringing in the AFFG office on 15 October 2021 when we read the front page of The Daily Telegraph which stated that "Up to 100,000 people are expected to march through Glasgow on Nov 6, as part of a 'Global Day of Action'".
Knowing the march routes in Glasgow, and knowing how long it takes to walk them, we knew that the figure of "100,000" was just insanity on stilts because "100,000" people walking from Kelvingrove Park, down West George Street, along the north of George Square, and out to the High Street and Glasgow Green would take hours and hours to pass any given point.
(Note we are not referring to the time it takes for one person to walk the entire route, but the time it takes for the march to pass a given counting point.)
Depending upon the density and speed of the march, and the width of road, a march can, at best, pass a given point on this route at 200 a minute, or up to 250, for short periods – although a march along this route usually averages out at 100-120 a minute.
Using even the top estimate of 250 a