Anti-lockdown protests have become commonplace in Australia since the latest round of "snap" lockdowns began two months ago although you wouldn't think so if you rely on mainstream media for information about what's going on in this increasingly insane world. Newspapers and broadcast news channels have almost totally blanked stories reporting the pushback against the Australian government's increasingly authoritarian measures which now have little to do with preventing the spread of COVID and a lot to do with trying to crush the traditionally cussed spirit of Australians and establish fascist rule by decree.
this latest round of lockdowns was supposed to last a week. But months later, with
tensions running high, millions of Australians are fed up with the
government's lockdowns and attempts to coerce Australians into accepting the clotshot. Ironically the low infection rate for COVID in Australia is largely attributed to the fact that many Australians have been self medicating with Ivermectin, the drug banned by governments and health authorities because it is cheaper, more effective against COVID and has less side effects than any of the non - immunising vaccines people are being pressured by scaremongering propaganda into accepting.
Although Aussie health authorities have at the very least acknowledged that their "COVIDZero" approach isn't actually feasible, frustrations among the Australian people are running high .
Tuesday in Melbourne, authorities were forced to confront this blazing
public anger as protesters executed an "extremely dangerous maneuver" by
marching onto a busy freeway and blocking traffic in a tactic that somereaders may recall this blog reporting being used by protesters opposing EU green taxes in Germany and The Netherlands
Thousands of Australians converged on Melbourne and other cities for a second consecutive day of disruption on Tuesday, with video from a private aircraft showing large crowds of marchers flooding onto the West Gate Freeway, one of the main roads into the city . Traffic on the the busiest stretch of highway in Australia, was brought to a standstill in both directions as the crowd resisted polie attempts to clear the way.
Social media video posts showed some protestors approaching cops with their hands up, chanting "you serve us". One was heard shouting "this is our bridge".
The police responded with tear gas and rubber bullets. They were filmed telling protesters to move on via loudspeakers around the area. In response, a huge chorus of men could be heard shouting, “everyday” in response, implying they would show up every day until their demands were met. Australia is fighting back against the "New Normal."