It’s that time again where we look back and remember the year that was.
The annual Unshackler Awards is a series of 10 Awards to be released over the next coming weeks to remember the good and the bad as we break the chains of control.
Now it’s our time to publicly praise the 10 best Australian Unshacklers as nominated by The Unshackled team. Then you the public get to reduce it down to just one: The “2020 Australian Unshackler of the Year Award” which will be announced on Australia Day.
And The Nominees Are:
2020 Australian Unshackler Of The Year
- Eve Black Limberiou (29%, 44 Votes)
- Pete Evans (23%, 35 Votes)
- Riccardo Bosi (18%, 27 Votes)
- Max Igan (7%, 11 Votes)
- Anthony Khallouf (7%, 10 Votes)
- Nick Patterson (6%, 9 Votes)
- Raphael Fernandez (3%, 5 Votes)
- Fanos Panayides (3%, 5 Votes)
- Dave Oneeglio (3%, 4 Votes)
- James Bartolo (1%, 1 Votes)
Total Voters: 151
Fanos Panayides was a former reality television contestant that has become a leading figure within the anti-lockdown movement in Melbourne. He was arrested for incitement as he promoted a Freedom Day rally whilst Daniel Andrews deemed protests as illegal during that time. Fanos gave up his job so that he could focus on spreading awareness of all of the lies orchestrated by the mainstream media.
Raphael Fernandez is another prominent freedom activist from Melbourne. He regularly speaks about the radiation health effects of 5G, the fear and paranoia spread by the media, and the draconian rules put in place by Daniel Andrews.
Riccardo Bosi was a former Lieutenant Colonel in the Australian Army Special Forces. He is a motivational speaker, patriot, and leader of the Australia One Party. He has always been a principled conservative that is not afraid to speak out on all of the important issues such as the culture wars, immigration, and national sovereignty.
Max Igan is a documentary film maker, radio host, and leading figure of the truth movement. He is a critic of mandatory masks and government draconian rule, and believes that the virus doesn’t exist and is simply the flu re-labelled. He warns people of the Great Reset and other globalist agendas such as the New World Order that is being pushed by the elite.
Nick Patterson is most famous for his confrontation with Melbourne police regarding his refusal to obey mandatory masking rules. He stated that the rules were of a “totalitarian dictatorship” and communistic.
Eve Black Limberiou is most famous for her confrontation with police officers at a border checkpoint. After the officer repeatedly asked her why she needed to cross, she said that it was none of his business. She then started to quote legislation that exposed the illegal draconian restrictions that were put into place which in the end led her to being able to finally pass.
James Bartolo is a former bodybuilder that was arrested for incitement during the Melbourne virus restrictions. He runs the Conscious Truth Network that encourages followers to “unplug from the matrix”. He had a confrontation with police at a road checkpoint in which after 20 minutes he was finally allowed to pass.
Dave Oneeglio is a freedom activist most famous for removing virus signs from a public place in the Gold Coast. He cited that our freedoms and the very things that make us human such as spending time with family and friends were being attacked.
Pete Evans is an Australian chef & television personality that had recently been dropped by TV show “I’m A Celebrity..Get Me Out Of Here”, aswell as many other companies for a meme he posted on social media. He has been one of the biggest voices for freedom and has consistently called out mistruths regarding the virus, vaccines, and lockdowns.
Anthony Khallouf is a personal trainer who was charged with incitement for organising protests in Melbourne. He cited that the health industry was neglected and that there were ulterior agendas at play with government using this event as an opportunity to exert control. He runs the website Australians Vs The Agenda.