On the last Saturday before Australia’s Federal Election Melbourne’s Freedom community took part in the nationwide Sack Them All Rallies. It was a wet and cold autumn day in Melbourne which delayed the start of the march from the steps of Victoria’s Parliament House until the rain cleared.
The marchers traversed the Melbourne CBD through the Bourke Street mall where perplexed masked zombies looked on. The weather did not dent attendance nor the passion of the marchers. There was a big-eared Dan Andrews impersonator making sure to recite the health advice/science TM.
Flagstaff Gardens was the final presentation where the freedom parties running for the Victorian Senate and House seats made their final pitch to the marchers. The speeches were delayed due to some marchers following Victoria Police to the Victoria Police HQ at Spencer Street even though Melbourne Freedom Rally organizer Harrison McLean directed everyone to Flagstaff Gardens.
Anthony Lev of the Lev Report was the MC, candidates who spoke were Nick Clonaridis for the Informed Medical Options Party, Rebekah Spelman for the United Australia Party, Warren Pickering and Walter Stragan for Pauline Hanson’s One Nation, Christopher Neil for the Australian Federation Party, Greg Cheesman for the Liberal Democrats, Independent Group B Senate Candidate Damien Richardson and Group R Senate Independent Candidates Morgan Jonas and Monica Smit.
The bylines of the Sack Them All slogan were Put the Majors Last/Vote the Majors Last. At federal elections, voters can choose their own preference for both their local House seat and the Senate race in their state. The freedom parties even though they are competing against each other want their voters to preference other freedom parties before the majors and the anti-freedom minor parties. They all encouraged the crowd to make a formal vote and not to buy the narrative of some that the system is so corrupt its not worth voting and taking part in it.
Other speakers were Harrison McLean, Fanos Panayides, and members of the Australian Firefighters Alliance who have been fighting vaccine mandates. The state of Victoria still has widespread vaccine mandates for workers. All the parties and speakers vowed after the federal election is over their focus will be on the Victorian state election on November 26 to boot Dan Andrews from the Premier’s office.
Monica Smit announced in her speech that Reiginte Democracy Australia was going to be part of a worldwide movement called Reiginte World Freedom. Other independent media present was Real Rukshan and Avi Yemini, no mainstream media was present.
Next Saturday on Election Day is Worldwide Freedom Rally 8 which takes place in cities all over the world. The major parties in this election campaign have not wanted to remind voters of what they did to them over the past two years with lockdowns, masks, and vaccine mandates pitching to Australians about a post-covid world. But many Australians will never forget, the freedom rallies will continue because there are still mandates and emergency powers in place and because the cost of liberty is eternal vigilance.
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