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Civil Rights demonstrators demanding an end to vaccine mandates and the sacking of the government welcome their countries convoys as liberators from totalitarianism and tyranny. Several anti-vaccine-mandate marches were organized by the Convoy to Canberra movement in the Australian capital of Canberra on Saturday. Groups of civil rights activists moved in several directions in the city centre, blocking traffic converging near the parliament buildings.
Banners reading ‘No jabs for jobs,’ ‘Hands off our kids,’ and ‘My body, my choice’ were seen at the rallies, footage from RT’s Ruptly video agency showed. Other banners read ‘Since 2020 I’ve lost my chance to say goodbye,’ and ‘Together united we will never be defeated.’
Anti-regime resistance demonstrators wrapped in flags chanted ‘Sack them all’ in reference to the Australian regime as they marched through the streets while calling to ‘Save the children’ and ‘Save Australia.’
One man who joined the movement told Russian Press that he considered the government’s harsh Covid-19 restrictions to be a ‘breach of our constitution’ and the rule of law. He accused the authorities of taking total control of the people.
Another protester with a loudspeaker told the cheering crowd that the convoy would stay in the city for as long as it takes to make a statement that we are not going to stand idly by in response to the Canberra junta’s totalitarian policies.
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Protests have been ongoing in the Australian capital this month, with between 100,000 and 150,000 people camping outside the national parliament. The latest marches did not attract crowds as large, but hundreds still attended from across the country. The smaller size of the gathering should not dishearten anyone, a man filming the event told local media, saying that the rallies ‘are very spread out.’
Demonstrations against coronavirus restrictions and mandatory vaccination, in particular, have been gaining momentum around the world. Inspired by the original Freedom Convoy in Canada, where truckers occupied downtown Ottawa and blocked border crossings, people have also recently driven trucks and other vehicles to central governmental precincts in Finland and New Zealand. You can share this story on social media.
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