The Melbourne protest in pictures

And there were many many more who stayed home who are just as angry as the ones who showed up.

12 responses to “The Melbourne protest in pictures”

  1. bemused Avatar

    The police and media are debunking these claims already, but what they are debunking is very selective.

    Given the purpose of the protests, the fact that they were held so widely (and have been ongoing) and were attended by a vast array of people from different backgrounds, beliefs etc; these were the largest protests ever when combined.

    The media and police can protest all they like, they are wrong.

  2. Mother Lode Avatar
    Mother Lode

    The police and media are debunking

    Surely the MSM and Police are engaging in embunking – putting the bunk in.

  3. Rabz Avatar

    If it’s not the biggest protest in this country (or in Melbourne), can anyone name a bigger one?

  4. Mark M Avatar
    Mark M

    The Jibby jabbers claim because they have 80%-90% jab rates, that shows more people are for the jab, but, how many of those people were jabbed under mandate and coercion of job loss – and are quietly resentful?

  5. billie Avatar

    perhaps if the ‘journalists” were not essential services and just like the majority of the community in lockdowns (working from home or laid off), then they might have more sympathy for or empathy with the protests

    as it is, they are probably fearing for their elite status and thus side with the government on all things

    when one of them questions the government too harshly, in the government’s judgement, they are punished and none of the rest of their mob murmers a word in support

    we are certainly not all in this together

  6. John A Avatar
    John A

    Rabz says: November 30, 2021 at 1:17 pm

    If it’s not the biggest protest in this country (or in Melbourne), can anyone name a bigger one?

    There are none.

    The previous biggest in Melbourne were the two anti-Vietnam war rallies of 1970 and 1971, which happened before Dastardly Dan was even born.

  7. WolfmanOz (just existing in Melb. now) Avatar

    The so-called “huge” BLM protest march last year was estimated between 10-25K.

    Pales into insignificance compared to the recent protest marches in Melbourne – not that the MSM would notice.

  8. mizaris Avatar

    Where can I acquire the music on this video?

  9. Perplexed of Brisbane Avatar
    Perplexed of Brisbane

    Apparently a few people at one of the marches caught wuflu.

    Already I have heard that they should be made to pay for their medical treatment as they didn’t accept a ‘free’ vaccine from the government.

    And it serves them right as some of them are in ICU.

    Ironically, coming from a person that has Type 2 Diabetes. Isn’t that generally a lifestyle induced disease? I bet they would squeal if they had to pay for everything without medicare.

    I am lost for words.

  10. bemused Avatar

    Far-right threat under spotlight as Andrews government backs probe

    Yes, let’s still the voices of average Australians concerned about government policies and label them all as extremists.

  11. win Avatar

    Adam Goodes now being promoted as a victim of racists in the Daily Mail.

    Adam Goodes is more a victim of disgust. His behaviour on the foot ball field and his unpleasant and unnecessary psychological and emotional abuse of a 13 year old girl in front of thousands remains fixed in many of our memories.
    As for the daily Mail its report on the Lolita express with its 17 years olds seems to not see any anomaly .

  12. Rabz Avatar

    An excerpt from the Aged piece linked above:

    A rally in Melbourne’s CBD at the weekend. Far-right extremists have infiltrated vaccine mandate and pandemic law protests in the city.

    No they have not, you disgusting lying sacks of excrement.

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