Melbourne’s National Socialist Network (NSN) crashed the end of Melbourne’s Rally for Freedom/No to the Voice outside Victoria’s Parliament House. Victoria Police removed them from the steps of Parliament House to the south end of the building. They held a banner that read Voice = Anti-White.
Most of Melbourne’s Antifa Communist community was out in the Western suburb of Sunshine to protest outside an empty building that the NSN use as a gym. So around 20 NSN males took the opportunity to thwart their enemies and make an appearance in the CBD. Though there were four Antifa who suddenly appeared to protest them with their own sign painted on an Aboriginal Flag reading ‘Sovereignty was Never Ceaded’. Antifa failed miserably in their stated mission of protecting Melbourne immigrants in the city today from literal Nazis.
Many of the freedom activists heckled them demanding they take off their masks and accusing them of being feds. Thomas Sewell (who was unmasked along with Jimone Roberts, Michael Nelson and Nathan Bull) responded to them with his megaphone to argue the Voice is about pushing for fewer rights for white people. Tom proudly stated he was a racist and was in favour of racial segregation.
The freedom movement includes members of the Aboriginal Sovereignty movement. Many of the rally speakers stated they were against the voice because they were against racial division. Jacqui Dundee accused the NSN of playing into the government and mainstream media’s hands. Organiser of Melbourne Freedom Rally Harison McLean shouted ‘No Tom, not now!’
The official rally which was attended by around 1000 people began at Parliament House at 12 pm with speeches and music. They then marched through the CBD to Flinders Street station where there were more speeches and then back to Parliament House.
SBS and 9News from the mainstream media were present. The 9News presenter was constantly heckled when she tried to do a piece to camera during the rally, she brought two security guards with them.
Another tense moment during the rally was when Morgan C Jonas leader of the Freedom Party of Victoria was invited to speak two women with drums tried to drown him out accusing him of being a money-grabbing scammer.