The most publicly visible thing activists do. Protests, rallies and direct action to raise awareness and oppose the things we object to.
They were accused of protesting at the Shrine of Remembrance, but in reality they were detained on the basis of their political affiliation, as Daniel Andrews has declared war on “far-right” dissenters (meaning everybody who disagrees with Chairman Dan and his American counterpart Beijing Biden)
Vicpol clearly wanted their names and addresses for the data base of potential “terrorists” they are building.
As the discussion heats up, the flag bearer yells at the police officer : “You would shoot us if you were told to.”
Australia 2020 or the German Democratic Republic 1980, you decide.
Newbie Protesters who believed that it was now legal to protest the harsh Victorian lockdown and Dan Andrews’ government of lies, found themselves encircled by VicPol, blocked in a three way intersection.
The police deliberately kettled people and pushed them together so they could not socially distance. And then they arrested them for not socially distancing. It was a set-up, pure and simple. If they had just allowed it to go ahead as planned, people would have spread out.
Instead, protesters were tackled, thrown to the ground, peppersprayed, arrested and processed, with around 4oo fines handed out.
If protest is really so dangerous, then why was the BLM rally not a superspreader? Or maybe it was? You can’t have it both ways.
What has become obvious, is that Chairman Dan is more than happy to send his private army to destroy dissenters.
Unfortunately some blame must fall on the organizers of this event who chose a problematic location and failed to keep people safe. Updates to “not let yourself be encircled ” and move “north” were sent, but were too vague to get their message across to people who believed that socially distanced protesting was legal.
After Vic Pol declared the protest legal, Dick-Tator Dan promptly declared it illegal and used police as his private army to suppress dissent. It didn’t work this time, as the police were outnumbered by thousands of protesters. Still, the mainstream media chose to lie about the numbers and also claimed the protest was violent instead of peaceful. The only violence came from VicPol and one of their horse-hating plants.
This is how it’s done : A bunch of German protesters walking through a shopping mall without masks without being stopped because they have safety in numbers and keep moving.. However, they only have to wear masks indoors anyway and the curfew they are protesting about later in the video means that pubs have to close at 11pm. (Berlin is famous for pubs staying open all night!) Lucky bastards, I wonder what they would make of the Melbourne situation?
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.