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Happy 3rd Anniversary to Occupy Melbourne

Tagged cardboard boxes form Treasury gardens.

Tagged cardboard boxes from Treasury gardens.

Its hard to believe its been 3 years. Somehow it seems longer, somehow it feels shorter.

What has changed in that time, the federal government changed from Labour to Liberal and nothing changed for the better, because while a government allows a reserve bank to exist the reserve bank is in control, not the government.

We learned about the illogical and poisonous aspects of the political left.

We learned about how the political right are complete sold out to large corporations.

We learned about how the laws that give fiat currency value are just as corrupt and hollow as the fake money it supports.

We learned its an information war, a battle for the hearts and minds of the people.

We changed the conversation, we got people talking about things they never talked about before, or were even afraid to talk about.

We put up with a lot of hardships, the harassment from Victoria Police, Melbourne City Council, and agent  provocateurs, it was tiring, cold , wet and messy and at times dangerous.

BUT, it was totally worth it.


We went through as lot to spread a message but it’s up to you to hear the message and act upon it accordingly.


Good Luck.

The federal court case: Justice delayed AND denied

Case dismissed seems to be the summary of all of this. I’d like to hear a more skilled opinion on this voluminous document.

  Lets go over a few of the relevant basics:

1) No one ever democratically voted for Fitzroy legal service to represent Occupy Melbourne.

It was something Nick Carson announced at a GA, no discussion.

2) In speaking to one of the Fitzroy legal lawyers, I asked about Blacks law dictionary, her reply was “what’s that?”

It would be like a chef saying “what is a pot?”.

3) Similar cases in Australia recently, Corneloup and Occupy Sydney resulted in the removal of the protection of political liberty as per Crimes Act 1914  § 28 as a defense for your protest actions.

4) The same old people who pronounced Occupy Melbourne dead are still grandstanding on its corpse crying martyr and really don’t want to accept it’s still alive, but in a different form.

You can’t kill an idea.

Justice delayed is justice denied and this case was both.

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