Category Archives: Actions & protests
The most publicly visible thing activists do. Protests, rallies and direct action to raise awareness and oppose the things we object to.
Three Songs And The Truth -Van Morrison planning to release not one but three lockdown protest songs
Having truly revealed himself as a man for all seasons, Van the Man is about to drop three bombshells on the unsuspecting political class and the associated legacy media.
The three songs will be released, one at a time, on September 25th (Born to be free) October 9th (As I walked out) and October 23rd (No more Lockdowns)
The famous singer/songwriter has also called upon other musicians to join him in the fight to save live music.
Norther Ireland’s health minister has already referred to the songs as dangerous, which begs the question whether Morrison will actually be able to release the songs through the usual channels of Youtube, Spotify and itunes, who are heavily censoring anti-lockdown rethoric. (Spotify, being based in Sweden will probably go ahead, but might be censored itself) it’s also doubtful that they can be shared on Facebook, as they will probably be “fact-checked” as “false”.
Be prepared to find him on Bitchute.
Her is a taste of the lyrics :
“No more lockdown/No more government overreach/No more fascist bullies/Disturbing our peace/No more taking of our freedom/And our God-given rights/Pretending it’s for our safety/When it’s really to enslave.”
MEDIA RELEASE: Successful Anti-Lockdown Flash Protest at Chadstone.
Police were caught completely off-guard today when a few hundred demonstrators descended on Chadstone for a flash protest.
We were able to get in and out in about 50 minutes with so far no known arrests or fines.
However Victoria Police spent many hundreds of thousands of dollars on PORT for today. We consider it their fine for opposing our freedom.
We’re going to relish in this victory.
Organisers attribute their success to careful planning and participants willingness to simply, trust the plan.
We apologise to Victorians on behalf of Victoria Police for their delayed and heavy handed response towards shoppers at Chadstone.
The announcement has just been made that the protest is happening at Queen Vic Market.
From a Facebook post by Sarah Mills:
“Today Australians from all walks of life united together in all major cities for a peaceful protest against the draconian laws currently being implemented in Australia, especially for those in Victoria.Men, women and children all stood today for our freedom, our children’s freedom and for all of our basic human rights.Australia is staring down the barrel of a loaded gun and if we don’t take a stand now, before we know it that trigger will be pulled and life will never return to normal.
If you’ve ever wondered what you would have done during times of slavery, the holocaust, or the civil rights movement – take a look at yourself. Because you’re doing it right now.
This is no longer about a virus, This is about reclaiming our human rights and medical freedoms. Your family’s future quite literally depends on it. Today’s protests weren’t aggressive, they weren’t abusive. These men, women and children all stood side by side with love in our hearts and fire in our belly.Yet, despite each of us peacefully supporting each other aggressive arrests took place for no reason at all.
Several members of the community forcefully removed and thrown into police custody. None of the individuals did anything different from the rest of us, there was no justifiable reason for their arrest.Men violently slammed into police vehicles, simply for standing in peace. Women dragged into these cars simply for holding signs
.Let’s take a moment to reflect on the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act.
Section 16 – Peaceful assembly and freedom of association(1) Every person has the right of peaceful assembly.Right to peaceful assemblyThe right to peaceful assembly protects the right of individuals and groups to meet in order to exchange ideas and information, to express their views publicly and to hold a peaceful protest.And to The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
. Article 5.No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. (Victoria’s lockdowns are nothing short of cruel and inhuman)
Article 13.(1) Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state.(2) Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country.
Article 18.Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.
Article 19.Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.
Article 20.(1) Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association.
How can these men and women be thrown into police custody for simply exercising their human rights?It’s time to start paying attention. It’s time to unite. Will you remain silent? Or will you stand with the fearless freedom fighters who are fighting for you and your children, even in the face of your misguided hatred?As we fight for our freedom, which side of history will you be on?”
No covid related fines have been allowed to go to court, most (all) were thrown out at the review stage. Why? Because they contradict the charter of human rights in Victoria, which has not been suspended. The government does not want the fines to go to court, where they will be dismissed. The fines are nothing but a bluff to scare children.
Arrested while pregnant in front of her 2 kids in her own home…for a Facebook post. welcome to 1984.
Opinions are now illegal.