Auckland Liberty Movement and National Freedom Rally ... again!

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Olivia's picture
Submitted by Olivia on Sat, 2020-09-12 06:14

This time thousands of people turned up to protest as one against lockdown restrictions and assaults to our liberty. Nearly 3,000 people in attendance from all over the country.

Massive Liberty movement protest against Covid lies and lockdowns today. Well over 2000 people in Auckland but from all over the country! Great unity.

Posted by Olivia Pierson on Friday, September 11, 2020


Mr_Lineberry's picture

Is a bit odd. Only in Melbourne?

To me it's inconceivable this could happen in Sydney town (which I know well and love), or Queensland and its "ocker" population [of Pauline Hansen voters?], and get away with it.

People simply wouldn't stand for it; cops would get a good kicking by patriots and be told to "behave, mate".

But Melbourne? They all comply. Bizarre. So feeble and effete - which sort of sums up that city.

Towers lockdowns were a test

Jon Letendre's picture

The towers lockdown in Melbourne in July felt like a test of citizens' mindset and reaction -- would they resist? Would the unaffected (who don't live in the towers) intervene? Seems they failed the test and things will only get worse.

Meanwhile in The People's Republic of Chinatoria

Lindsay Perigo's picture

A remarkable video out of Australia shows people chanting “freedom!” as a food market is forcefully shut down by COVID riot cops.

The clip shows dozens of police on horseback and armed with riot gear facing off against market sellers and customers.

Chants of “freedom, freedom!” then break out as one officer directs the riot police to move in.

Cops armed with shields then begin charging and pushing people away while one man is singled out and dragged away by officers.

The state of Victoria has enforced one of the most draconian coronavirus lockdowns in the developed world, with authorities giving themselves the powers to enter homes without a warrant and also seize people’s children.

As we highlighted earlier this month, a pregnant woman was arrested in her home in front of her own kids for the crime of posting about the protest on Facebook.

Police in Melbourne also announced that they would be using surveillance drones to catch people who don’t wear masks and to keep track of cars that travel further than 5km from home.

Journalist Avi Yemini was also dragged to the ground and arrested for merely covering an anti-lockdown protest in Melbourne.

Numerous videos have also emerged of people being forcibly arrested by police for not wearing masks.

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