47 thoughts on “Millions March Against Mandatory Vaccination & Passports”

  1. The “tell” will be in the discrepancy between the organizers headcount, (with photographic evidence) and the “official figure” as declared by the LSM / government.


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  2. Hope it goes well.

    If we could just get an old cockie counting ‘heads” as they pass him by, since the Vicpol etc have decided they must demoralize and outright lie about numbers..


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  3. Preach it, Doverlord! Hope to see you there after late brekky/early lunch at Pellegrini’s (10am). #FreedomFighters.
    Hope you have room for one more. All being well with trains will see your there.


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  4. I see Rockhampton is still not on that list, but I’m told it’s going ahead at Central Park.

    If it keeps raining like it did today, I might not make it, or if I get there I might have a wet wait before I get home again!

    Any other Cats from the area?


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  5. Fantastic, don’t know if I could hang around for one hour of ‘Welcome to Country’ crap though.

    Sorry to be a wet blanket, but beginning a protest against dividing Australians by vaccine status with a ritual that divides us by racial status is just a non-starter for me.

    I cannot abide it.

    Either we are all citizens with equal rights and status or we all hive off into our chosen enclaves.

    All the best, in any case.


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  6. Roger I get you but there’s a thing called priorities.

    Civilization can survive with welcome to country nonsense. It can’t survive with vaccine mandates.


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  7. Oh deep joy – there’s another variant loose. And of course as far as our ‘leaders’ and witch doctors are concerned, there is only one way – we’ll have to lock down hard and lock down fast, it’s the only way.

    It’ll only be for 3-weeks, you understand – just to flatten the curve.

    Then, we’ll have to wait for a vaccine before we can free again, naturally. They’re working on it now.

    OMG – I’m going mad.


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  8. orree to be a wet blanket, but beginning a protest dividing Australians by vaccine status with a ritual that divides us by racial status is just a non-starter for me

    Gee, thanks, Rog. You could be out be there, but you’re evidently too precious/cool/detached to be so.

    Colourful peoples from all over the planet have been my trusty allies over the last two years of insanity.

    Of late it hasn’t been about division, but about Unity in the face of the totalitarian threat we’ve all been facing over the “flattening of any resistance”.

    Get in there, or be square, Squire. 🙂


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  9. I’ve always detested Welcome to Country as patronising drivel but on this particular journey for freedom I am more than happy to tolerate awkward coalitions with my fellow protesters.


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  10. Megan & Rabz, yes to that – I’m totally unconcerned about WTC stuff – this is about unity and magnanimity in the face of fascism and control.


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  11. Can’t say I’m impressed with the Welcome to Country. On the one hand, it may be useful to silence some of the ridiculous ‘extreme right-wing’ rhetoric by the usual suspects, on the other hand however, it is stupid, embarrassing and divisive.

    Best to get there about 1pm for the march and give the Abo-worship a miss.


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  12. Fantastic, don’t know if I could hang around for one hour of ‘Welcome to Country’ crap though.

    Not a fan myself.

    However, if the previous weeks are any indication, nobody further than 20 metres away will be able to see or hear the thing. Few outside that radius will even know it’s happening (if it wasn’t on the poster). Fewer still will give a shit. It’s organised chaos, and the only important thing is the number of people who feel strongly enough to waste a whole Saturday by turning up. Speeches, smoking ceremonies, whatever…it’s all incidental to the main game.

    People are there for one reason, and one reason only. To help stop this madness. If the local troop want to put on a street performance that less than 1% will even see, hear or give two knobs of goats shit about, hey, let rip.


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  13. All the very best guys. Give em hell and have fun dishing it out.

    I’m in a place where you can’t even scratch your bum unless you’re fully vaccinated. Such is the blaring from the tourism guide, anyway. And the poor muzzled servant classes with their sad, wary eyes.

    Everyone, and I mean everyone is sick of this shit.


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  14. “jupessays:
    November 27, 2021 at 5:19 am
    Can’t say I’m impressed with the Welcome to Country. On the one hand, it may be useful to silence some of the ridiculous ‘extreme right-wing’ rhetoric by the usual suspects, on the other hand however, it is stupid, embarrassing and divisive.”

    I think it’s a good idea in order to ridicule the smearers and sneerers. Mind you, the MSM will ignore it because it doesn’t suit the narrative.


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  15. We have another one up here on the Mid North Coast from Taree to Forster. Have had one each week now for some time rain or shine, many of us are there.


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  16. Gee, thanks, Rog. You could be out be there, but you’re evidently too precious/cool/detached to be so.

    Here’s the thing:

    Covid will pass; the vaccine mandates will pass (once it becomes clear that the vaccinated who are infected carry teh same viral load as the unvaccinated and pass on the virus just as effectively); the Andrews government will even pass into history.

    But those who seek to divide us by race and privilege one group over the majority based on fake history will remain. This will have further legitimised them. It’s a lie and lies should not be tolerated. I thought that’s what this was all about?


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  17. Roger says:

    Covid will pass;

    No, it won’t.
    Vaccine injuries will be blamed on new strains and the unvaccinated will be blamed.
    The Vaccinated won’t lift a finger, since they’ve already thrown their Health away.

    … the vaccine mandates will pass (once it becomes clear that the vaccinated who are infected carry teh same viral load as the unvaccinated and pass on the virus just as effectively); the Andrews government will even pass into history.

    A virus can’t be infectious.
    Try to remember the last time someone at your place got a Cold [Corona Virus].
    Did anyone else in the house get a Cold too?
    Welcome To Country ceremonies do cause non Aboriginals to despise Aboriginals, but that’s a separate issue.
    Having Welcome To Country ceremonies at an AntiMandate Rally does raise a few questions about who is behind it though.


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  18. Just back from the Kurrawa Park rally on the Gold Coast.
    It is still going on (can hear the cheers and chants from my unit) but this old fart now has a limit to physical protest. While there, they were all very good to a 73 year old with his walking stick and quickly found me a seat. Great fun knowing when to cheer or boo…
    Great to be there even for a while, though, and to feel the energy.
    Thousands there but couldn’t see any media at all.
    Will they pretend it didn’t happen or only a few dozen turned up?
    Haven’t felt this energy since the days of the Vietnam marches. The pollies might have misjudged this one?


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  19. Sydney (Hyde Park) Millions March rally – impressions
    my footage (basic)

    1. Attendance: based on my participation at many City to Surf events (Sydney mass fun run, same start location, 35k-85k runners) over the years my guesstimate is around 50k at today’s Sydney rally, not bad for the weather conditions (also, less than the 80k-100k numbers I saw at the 1996 protest against the Howard firearms laws). I could be wrong.

    2. Crowd composition: overwhelmingly anglo/european, smattering of islanders, saw hardly any asians/indians (even though Sydney City is quite demographically asian), one would ask, why is this so?

    3. opening speeches were fairly nondescript, nothing inspirational or motivational.

    4. As usual the indig industry tried to shoehorn their way in, one of the event MCs tried to get the crowd to respond to his repeated calls of “Always was” with “Always will be”, crowd response was lukewarm/dutiful at best, they also set up a smoking ceremony smack bang in the middle of the road at the start of the march route. Dumb location. (Maybe people tolerate this BS because it’s nowhere near being the main cause they turned up).

    5. When ‘marching’ saw plenty of flags and signs, mostly protesting the mandates. Some Christian icons were sighted, did not see symbols of any other faith.

    6. Lots of people filming, even the police doing it (perhaps they are going to process it later with AI to pick out individuals of interest). Some mounted police, Aussie Cossack has some footage allegedly showing a little argy bargy

    7. The event did not bring the city to a halt (that’s my definition of being ‘impactful’) and I did not see any any sign of a counter-protest.

    That is all.


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  20. As noted on the Open Thread, I was at Sydney rally for about 1 1/2 hrs. A bit disappointed with organisation, but plenty of commitment from the very diverse crowd. No agitators – just people ho kew what they are fighting for & wanted to be heard/seen. Kids, babies, teens, oldies – all there. Also clearly variety of political views – e.g. Eureka flags/ holy sectarian paraphernalia/occupational viewpoints etc etc.

    It is a VERY broad church. Politicians TAKE NOTE.


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  21. 2. Crowd composition: overwhelmingly anglo/european, smattering of islanders, saw hardly any asians/indians (even though Sydney City is quite demographically asian), one would ask, why is this so?

    Because it’s not their fight.
    The vast majority of Asians are in businesses, if things get bad enough, most of them will pack up and move on to greener pastures.
    For those descended from England Wales and Scotland, this is existential.
    We’ve nowhere else to flee to, this is it.


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  22. For those descended from England Wales and Scotland, this is existential.
    We’ve nowhere else to flee to, this is it

    You’re right – we’ve ended up in rural Southern Tasmania where people, locals especially, still have their feet firmly on the ground – but there really is nowhere to go if this too goes down the woke chute.


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  23. Just back from attending Melbourne rally. It was big and would estimate above 200,000. Wonderful atmosphere of camaraderie. All age groups and backgrounds. A totally uplifting experience. Despite what the polls tell you Dan is not liked or trusted, which is the big thing. Many Asians involved including a couple taking photos as I was leaving in front of a Daniel Andrews billboard with them giving him the big FU sign. I wonder if Andrews would be game today to eat in a certain a Little Burke St. Chinese restaurant, behind a special curtain as he did previously, virtually on a weekly basis?


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  24. I was in the Melbourne rally. Probably same or larger than last week. Discernable’s video of 1 hour and 8 minutes reduced to 3 minutes was interesting:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqG7_3Q51EQ
    I am sure some crowd checkers can work out the numbers from that video; another guy on Twitter had it at 370,000 using a data tool. The surprising thing is the snide remarks from Andrews’ followers, including the latest poll of 1,029 stating that the majority (of Victorians) are content with Andrews and the response from the government over the pandemic, and they are adamant that the current ‘science’ is fine: PCR tests, double vaccination, etc. But there were many ordinary folk in the Melbourne crowd (and their children) who also look to the ‘science’ and can see the social cost and human damage and death.


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  25. sfw: Fantastic, don’t know if I could hang around for one hour of ‘Welcome to Country’ crap though.

    -Yes, that put me off as well. I really don’t like this ‘This is our country and it always will be’, especially in a rally for ‘human rights, medical freedom’ and so on.

    Spoiled what would have been a terrific day of optimism for me.


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  26. You wait and see what will happen when the majority finds out they’ve been dragooned by fear, lies and threats into a stage 3 clinical trial without their knowledge, where the vaxx doubles the rate of respiratory disease in that population.


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  27. Just reporting that we could barely get a hundred at Hervey Bay freedom protests at the start….now a good couple of thousand remembering as yet this area has been one of the lesser affected by the tyranny.


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