Occupy Melbourne Anniversay Action: The Political Death of Robert Doyle..

LEST WE FORGET!

on October 21st 2011 Lord Mayor of Melbourne committed political suicide, when he ordered the Vic Police to evict the Occupy Melbourne Protest at city square. At his request, Victoria Police committed the horrendous Genocide of public expression and freedoms of the people of Melbourne!

YOU CANNOT TREAT PEOPLE THE WAY OUR LORD MAYOR AND VIC POLICE, VIOLENTLY ATTACKED INNOCENT AND PEACEFUL CITIZENS OF MELBOURNE!

THE WHOLE WORLD WAS WATCHING, AND IT IS AGREED, THAT ROBERT DOYLE AND VIC POLICE ABUSED THEIR POWER AND COMMITTED AN UNJUSTIFIABLE OFFENCE!

Whether Doyle is in again or not, the matter stands, The public is against Doyle!

Let it be Known!!!

Join us as we perform a Funeral Procession, with full robes, bells and a Casket (Clowns are more than welcome, to enlighten us with the fact that this will be a festive day to celebrate the passing of Doyle’s career!)

We wish to enact this funeral procession in order to ensure the passing of Doyle’s career!

Time to be announced and organised to work in harmony with the Silent Vigil on that day.

organise at City Square and procession can make its way to Town Hall where we can sit silently with Casket that will bear the desired messages and for people to read!

Show your support and join this procession!

The Occupy Melbourne Eviction had far and reaching effects on a global level.

St Paul’s chancellor resigned in row over protests eviction of Occupy Melbourne!

We are deeply moved to hear that Giles Fraser has resigned. He is man of great personal integrity and our thoughts are with him.

‘I’d do it all over again, even though it hit my family hard’ – Fraser

“The way I explained the decision to my children was to get a YouTube clip of police very forcibly moving people at Occupy Melbourne. I said, ‘We are going to have to change our life and move’, they completely got it.”

The resignation will allow him to pursue certain aspects of his work. “I think my commitment to social justice has been rekindled. That for me burns brighter than it did before,” he said. “The very interesting thing is, part of my job at St Paul’s was to engage with the City. I have been trying to do that for two years, which hasn’t been easy. The irony is the thing that has made it all possible, and brought an opportunity to do that, is the resignation.”

Let us learn from his courage and integrity!

-Occupy Melbourne!

 
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We will meet up tomorrow (sun 21st) at the sq 1:30-2pm and organise from there. We will respect the other actions, but believe that the feedback we received for this is that its important to go ahead with this event, as it speaks volumes, as a symbolic eviction of our Mayor! Greed and Hate is Over Mr Doyle…

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