The Australian regime continues to stranglehold the Australian people.
Major cities like Sydney and Melbourne witnessed massive anti-lockdown protests weeks ago.
But this authoritarian state is attempting to wipe out any resistance to its tyrannical rule.
A 29-year old man was arrested for attempting to organize a protest against the repressive regime.
Anthony Khallouf was traveling from Queensland to Sydney and authorities sentenced him to prison for ‘breaches of public health orders.’
Australians have lost any semblance of freedom in their country.
And the regime will do whatever it takes to silence dissent.
Here’s the latest:
Every day Australia hits a new low. A 29-year-old man in Sydney was just sentenced to eight months in prison for organizing an “unauthorized” anti-lockdown protest.https://t.co/l5ASH2ecuc
— Michael P Senger (@MichaelPSenger) August 20, 2021
🚨BREAKING NEWS🚨 A 29 year old man in Australia has been sentenced to a maximum of 8 MONTHS in Prison for attempting to organise an anti-lockdown demonstration. pic.twitter.com/Zi6fUq1Ie3
— bristolblues (@BristolBlues32) August 20, 2021
Sydney anti lockdown protest organiser sentenced to 8 months in prison.
"There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest" – Elie Wiesel
— Bernie's Tweets (@BernieSpofforth) August 20, 2021
From The Guardian:
A key anti-lockdown protest organiser has been sentenced to a maximum of eight months in prison for helping plan an “unauthorised” demonstration in Sydney, as well as multiple breaches of public health orders.
Anthony Khallouf, 29, one of the organisers of last month’s anti-lockdown protests and a key figurehead in the broader movement surrounding it, was arrested by police in Sydney on Thursday after travelling from Queensland in breach of public health orders.
Khallouf appeared in Hornsby local court on Friday, charged with breaches of public health orders, including travelling from Queensland to Sydney and his involvement in planning an unauthorised protest for this weekend.
He pleaded guilty to four counts of not complying with a direction relating to Covid-19, encouraging the commission of crimes, and false representation resulting in a police investigation.
New South Wales police said in a statement on Friday afternoon that he was sentenced to a maximum of eight months in prison, with a non-parole period of three months.
Khallouf is the founder of Australians vs The Agenda, one of the larger anti-lockdown groups with more than 12,000 followers on Telegram. Originally from Victoria, last year he was charged with incitement for allegedly helping to organise a protest in Melbourne.
LifeSiteNews also weighed in:
Khallouf founded Australians vs. The Agenda, an activist group opposed to COVID restrictions.
“We fight for everyday Aussies who have been oppressed, arrested and charged by a tyrannical Australian Government that treats us like political prisoners and does not have our best interests in mind,” the group explains on its website.
It helped organize numerous protests in February against mandatory COVID vaccines across the country.
Australian officials have recently instructed their citizens to report all infringements of COVID regulations including those committed by neighbors and co-workers.
“If you see somebody not doing the right thing, please, report it,” New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian told people in July.
Australia’s new lockdown regime – Operation Stay At Home – employs many of the strategies of a military campaign, except instead of targeting foreign adversaries, officials have targeted Australian citizens.
The campaign includes “a 21,000 personnel operation — including 18,000 police officers and 800 members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) — to enforce public health order,” ABC News Australia reported.