Protests rocked Australia last weekend as citizens finally decided to fight back against their open-air prison.
Enormous crowds gathered in Sydney, Melbourne and beyond fighting for freedom against the tyrannical Aussie government.
Here’s some of the footage from Sydney’s protests:
Big protests in Sydney, Australia after the government put greater Sydney back into a weeks-long Wuhan-style lockdown of all non-essential activities following 1 COVID death and discussed deploying the military to hotspots to keep people from leaving.pic.twitter.com/7cC6gxyq4k
— Michael P Senger (@MichaelPSenger) July 24, 2021
Meanwhile, in Sydney, crowds of people are attending a large and unauthorised anti-lockdown protest. pic.twitter.com/asW5K1tuIE
— Josh Bavas (@JoshBavas) July 24, 2021
Americans, when you watch Australian cops bashing the crap out of Aussies for exercising their right to protest, I just want to remind you that Australians are completely disarmed.
That's all 🙂pic.twitter.com/NTMeTi2sOq
— Sydney Watson (@SydneyLWatson) July 24, 2021
Over in Melbourne, Rebel News reporter Avi Yemini had this fantastic report showing how police were forced to stand down due to the overwhelming number of protestors.
I don’t know who needs to hear this but don’t believe the MSM reports on the Freedom Day rally in Melbourne.
It was HUGE.
So big that police were embarrassingly overwhelmed and had to stand down.
It was peaceful with people from all walks of life.pic.twitter.com/pzprnZzRZn
— Avi Yemini 🇦🇺🇮🇱 (@OzraeliAvi) July 26, 2021
But not all Aussies stand with those fighting for freedom against the dictators masquerading as Democratic representatives.
New South Wales police announced the formation of a ‘strike force’ to track down and charge anti-lockdown protestors (I don’t remember a strike force during the BLM riots though).
And many Aussie snitches were happy to turn in their neighbors to the authorities.
Due to the protest yesterday, we are experiencing higher than normal call volumes.
Please report your information about the protests and identity of the protesters online at https://t.co/VTw661pv3D You can include uploads of imagery with your report. @nswpolice pic.twitter.com/JW2SVGKarJ
— Crime Stoppers NSW (@crime_nsw) July 25, 2021
5,500 snitches that are more like keyboard warriors than HARD working Australians
— Craig D Mitchell (@Turbobowler30) July 25, 2021
The NSW Police Minister has labelled the protestors as "boofheads", saying that "decent-minded Australians have every right to feel infuriated at such selfish behaviour”.
— 9News Sydney (@9NewsSyd) July 24, 2021
More than 5,500 reports have been made to Crime Stoppers following yesterday's Sydney protest, NSW Police Minister David Elliott says.
Hundreds of attendees have already been identified and 16 protesters are before the courts today. pic.twitter.com/QUaeK7zero
— 10 News First Sydney (@10NewsFirstSyd) July 25, 2021
This is reminiscent of what you would see in Nazi Germany or Soviet Russia.
Ratting out your neighbor because the government said it was for the “greater good.”
Sadly, history is repeating itself.
According to reports, Australians snitched on their fellow citizens over 5,500 times.
Anonymous snitchers can make reports to Crime Stoppers and sleep well at night knowing they’re supporting tyranny.
And to add further insult, the lockdown in Sydney was extended another month.
Australia’s largest metropolis will continue its Orwellian shut down until at least August 28th.
Sydney is the new Melbourne. https://t.co/2JlaW0Psn4
— Avi Yemini 🇦🇺🇮🇱 (@OzraeliAvi) July 28, 2021
As delta cases surge, Sydney is extending lockdown restrictions yet again.
— Bloomberg Quicktake (@Quicktake) July 28, 2021
The NSW government has strengthened and extended stay-at-home orders for Greater Sydney, the Central Coast, Blue Mountains, Wollongong and Shellharbour for an extra four weeks until August 28. https://t.co/9EbE1xnyF5
— Financial Review (@FinancialReview) July 28, 2021
Australians have reported their fellow citizens to authorities more than 5,500 times after Saturday’s anti-lockdown and medical freedom protest in Sydney.
The reports were made to Crime Stoppers, a website where individuals can file anonymous crime reports with authorities. At least 63 protestors are charged with assaulting officers and police horses, and damaging public property, according to CNN.
More than 500 people have been fined for breaking the health orders in place, which forbid large gatherings and mandate masks.
New South Wales police minister, David Elliott, announced the formation of a strike force “which will see 22 detectives work from now until whenever it concludes, identifying as many people as possible who attended [the] incident and have them charged.”
Elliott praised those who reported on their fellow citizens and urged more witnesses to come forward. “That’s a great start … My appeal to everybody who has information: please don’t give up.”
Elliott claimed that protestors have a “moral obligation” to self-isolate and be tested for COVID, in case they contracted the disease at the protest.
He appealed to protestors’ sense of virtue and urged repentance. “So, you did the wrong thing yesterday, do the right thing by your families today. Get tested and isolated,” he said.
Elliott labeled those participating in the protest as “morons,” Crux reported. He also called them “very selfish.”
The month-long lockdown in Sydney was recently extended to last another month just after the protest.
Rebel News weighed in:
The Freedom Day protest in Sydney on July 24 attracted tens of thousands of citizens who carried signs demanding freedom from health mandates which have crippled the state.
Most of the protestors in attendance appear to come from Covid hot spots under the toughest restrictions.
Sydney has been in a state of increased Covid restrictions since June’s Bondi Cluster. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian recently suspended the construction industry for at least two weeks, along with the city’s harshest lockdown rules which limit residents to a 5km radius of their homes. Only one person per household may shop for essential items, with ‘browsing’ outlawed and business limited to large retailers for ‘essential items’.
In the wake of the Freedom Day protest’s success, the NSW Police Force has taken to social media, asking for citizens to report on their neighbours and hand in anyone who was seen attending the protest.
Police say that they have received over 5,000 tip offs.
The team of detectives assigned to the new task force have issued 510 fines in 24 hours with most of those related to the protest.
Police have set up Strike Force Seasoned to hunt down members of the public – a move that comes in stark contrast to images of the same NSW Police allowing Black Lives Matter protests to go ahead in the middle of the last Covid outbreak. While some arrests were made, police statements were conciliatory and there were no appeals to the public for mass arrests.
When will the next round of protests in Australia occur?
Because fighting back is the only chance Aussies have from ever breaking free from their open-air prison.