We are governed by totalitarians with the battleground worldwide and not just in Melbourne

This is the background which I was sent a few days ago. The video was released yesterday – one hour and forty-one minutes in length. This is what you are being prevented from seeing.

As you may be aware, Battleground Melbourne, a feature-length documentary is out in a few days and is free to watch! I think they accumulated over 100 terabytes of data for this one. 

Topher has been making videos for quite a long time but this will be his finest. 

Here’s Topher’s latest post:

This is the Full Trailer for Battleground Melbourne, a documentary which tells the story of the fall of the World’s Most Liveable City through the eyes of those who risked everything to save it.

Melbourne was voted the World’s Most Liveable City 7 times… now Melbourne is the most locked down city, and has spent the last 2 years being rocked by anti-government protests and unprecedented levels of police violence in return.

Battleground Melbourne tells the story of these protests, the people, the events, the courage, the violence, the hope… through the eyes of the people who were there.

Who are they really? Are they really as bad and evil as the media and politicians claim? Why did they keep going even as police were arresting, assaulting, and shooting them?

You’ve heard the politician’s side of the story, you’ve heard the media’s version of events… now see it through our eyes.

Above is what you get if you now try to watch the full video which was released yesterday and them immediately suppressed. Below is the trailer which you can still watch as I post it here, but I wouldn’t count on it lasting very long.

Basically, it is the story how Melbourne went from being the World’s Most Liveable City to an ash heap and dump under Daniel Andrews and his mates. Still, they remain odds-on favourites to win the next election so who is there to blame for any of it?

45 thoughts on “We are governed by totalitarians with the battleground worldwide and not just in Melbourne”

  1. This is a video that the world needs to see; Australians and especially Victorians are more than aware of what’s happened and what continues to happen.


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  2. I wish there was a version without that cretin Andrews. I simply never want to hear his voice again. If he ever comes on TV news, I walk out of the room.


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  3. Still, they remain odds-on favourites to win the next election so who is there to blame for any of it?

    There’s a tradition of Victorians leaving for fairer climes that I can recall going back to the ’70s.

    Of course, not everyone can up sticks, but those who can must be seriously considering it?

    I don’t think it’s going to get better any time soon.


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  4. Victorians fleeing their toxic state and migrating to Queensland is OK….

    As long as they leave their Californicating policies and bizarre beliefs behind.

    We have too much of that nonsense here already.


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  5. Roger,

    Of course, not everyone can up sticks, but those who can must be seriously considering it?

    Mrs MS and I are doing exactly that, with our ‘wee hoose’ (as my Scottish grannie used to say) currently on the market.

    Apart from not having the money to do so, there are three primary reasons people don’t relocate: employment, family, friends. We have no jobs or family here in central Victoriastan and we will miss our friends greatly. The last two years in particular have focussed our minds on the distance from friendly family and just what a sh1thole Victoriastan has turned into, one which can only get worse before it gets better. Now in our mid- to late 60’s and all of our immediate family interstate, it is well past the time that we moved north back to our state of birth. Time is running out for us.


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  6. I suspect that all this talk about moving to where the grass is greener may not turn out as hoped for everyone. This has been happening for decades where there’s been movement up and down in both directions.

    I well remember friends moving north and not long after moving back as work, pay, affordability, lifestyle wasn’t all that was advertised.

    I lived in Townsville many decades ago and the cost of living was killing us. And I gladly swapped the searing heat, humidity and rainfall to be back in Victoria.


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  7. Mrs MS and I are both born and bred Qlders. I am not looking forward to the humidity and am really going to miss the four seasons, particularly the cooler/cold weather.


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  8. Roger – thanks. ‘Tis a stressful time, waiting for someone to buy at an agreeable price and also the thought of living in our caravan for twelve or so months (7 months has been the longest so far whilst travelling).


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  9. Mak Siccarsays:
    January 14, 2022 at 3:55 pm
    Mrs MS and I are both born and bred Qlders. I am not looking forward to the humidity and am really going to miss the four seasons, particularly the cooler/cold weather.

    Head for the top of the Range, Toowoomba (avoid one particular resident), Warwick. You will definitely have a cold winter!


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  10. MS
    good luck!

    I and the other half just watched the film. Magnificent stuff! As many people as possible need to see it; I’ve already sent it on to others.

    What comes out clear as a bell is the frightening control that Andrews has in the State through the politicisation of the public service, the police and the media, and the lack (refusal?) of the PM to lead and call Andrews out on it.

    Enough is enough.


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  11. Thanks BJ.

    Boambee John says:
    January 14, 2022 at 4:04 pm
    Mak Siccarsays:
    January 14, 2022 at 3:55 pm
    Mrs MS and I are both born and bred Qlders. I am not looking forward to the humidity and am really going to miss the four seasons, particularly the cooler/cold weather.

    Head for the top of the Range, Toowoomba (avoid one particular resident), Warwick. You will definitely have a cold winter!

    We lived in Threewoomba (it has grown somewhat and now needs a new name) for 23 years and therefore know the area very well. Mrs MS has a brother, who is also a business partner, living at Stanthorpe so that kills off that area. Threewoomba is slightly too far from the other rellies though. Looking at Bribie Island if we can afford it as Mrs will have two sisters nearby and I will therefore enjoy lots more unsupervised time!


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  12. People must remember that Victorians have suffered the likes of Cain/Kirner and numerous other insipid Labor and Liberal Premiers. All eventually pass like a bad curry and the state survives. Andrews is no different, Covid was a test that he failed.


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  13. Bar Beach Swimmer says:
    January 14, 2022 at 4:32 pm
    MS
    good luck!

    Many thanks BBS. From my experience of 21 years here in Victoriastan, the scumbag bat-eared one has a significant amount of support, ranging from shrug-of-the-shoulders right through to emphatic, wild-eyed deranged. Migrating north will be to a slightly less worse state of political decline.
    I am ashamed of what Oz has turned into and I am confident that my father and gfather who fought in the world wars would be gobsmacked and despairing.


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  14. Boambee John says: January 14, 2022 at 4:04 pm

    Mak Siccar says: January 14, 2022 at 3:55 pm

    Mrs MS and I are both born and bred Qlders. I am not looking forward to the humidity and am really going to miss the four seasons, particularly the cooler/cold weather.

    Head for the top of the Range, Toowoomba (avoid one particular resident), Warwick. You will definitely have a cold winter!

    Indeed, an old song declares that
    “the monkey sings soprano,
    around Stanthorpe in July.”



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  15. Just watched Battleground and agree with BBS. I’m sure Topher has contacts that will see it released internationally.

    My only complaint was the music. Some of it was too loud and I know Topher is working on settling that little problem down.


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  16. I watched Battleground Melbourne today, and thought it was definitely worth the time and bandwidth.

    While a lot of the footage of the protests and police brutality, along with the assorted media clips, would not be new to many who have been following this, the sequencing and presentation of these components was very good. The personal experiences recounted in the interviews were generally compelling and sometimes harrowing.
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  17. The video makes a number of references to ‘Dan won’ – in the context of the progressing (physical and information control) battles which are narrated, in the years-long war between Dan and those who opposed/criticised him.

    The video ends by implying that the Vic. state election to be held later in 2022 will be another battle, which could present The People with an opportunity to strike back in some way.

    Dan will win that battle as well. Having the entire state apparatus and compliant lying harlot media (h/t Dave Pellowe) at his disposal will ensure this. Just as Dan escalated the tactics used as the COvid-control battles progressed, so too will an escalation occur in the political tactics that Dan employs. He is a nasty bastard backed by an army of nasty bastards.

    My experiences over the years with work colleagues and family members who live in Victoria suggest to me that enough of the populace there are of a similar mindset and will fully support him. It will take a similar significant escalation of political tactics which are used by The People, to overthrow him, after which a maximum degree of ruthlessness would also be required to purge the Kakistocracy in the state apparatus Dan has constructed over the years.

    Good Luck, Victoriastan.


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  18. So the Federal Govt has cancelled Djokovic’s visa. Thus showing that Scummo has no intention of ending the madness and, like the movie showed on Dan, he’ll continue to double down on it. If he thinks these tactics will bring back the base, well, as Darryl Kerrigan once said: “tell him he’s dreaming.”


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  19. I think in part the Djokovic response is down to ‘securing the borders’ being ScoMo’s only real claim to fame other than Bradbury-ing the last election – that and the majority of our political class needing a scapegoat they can deflect anger to.


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  20. I watched this earlier today. 1 hour and 41 minutes, and it’s so well made that it felt like barely 45 minutes, certainly not long. I was reminded of a couple of incidents that had been overshadowed by other events. There have been so many, it’s easy to forget some.
    Yes, the music at times intruded, but if Topher is sorting that out, all is well.

    It will need to be shared on those other platforms, but from what we’ve seen, anyone banned or dumped from the main social media outlets get picked up by the uncensored channels, and just attract even more view and followers. Nice! 🙂


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  21. I’m glad Topher put the effort into this.

    He always seems to have a good grasp on the defining moments in history.

    Dan’s (and other states’) Covid lockdowns is one of them.


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  22. Melbourne isn’t worth two minutes or two seconds of thought, let alone sitting through a turgid two hour documentary. It, and Victoria, are permanently conquered, irrevocably, by leftism. Mourn it and move on.
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  23. Going from the rising prices and quick sales down here, I think there must be other escapees who enjoy the four seasons.

    Question is – is anywhere ‘safe’ from the totalitarians?


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  24. bemused says:
    January 14, 2022 at 1:57 pm

    This is a video that the world needs to see; Australians and especially Victorians are more than aware of what’s happened and what continues to happen.

    Yep, yet Cats such as JC, Knuckle Dragger, notafan/rosie, Rex Anger et-bloody-el have made it their mission to smear & libel those who warned of all these coming ‘new ways’, WHILE spruiking for the industries invested in this Global Totalitarianism.


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  25. The older generation here would have lapped up this doco.
    Alas when I tried to show them, they couldn’t hear it, coz of the overpowering “background” music.

    Tractor-deaf old men plain cannot hear anything if there’s obtrusive background noise, never mind when the background music is high-impact & is louder than the dialogue.


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  26. An excellent telling of a story that the world needs to hear. Well done! So much respect and appreciation for the huge amount of time, energy and courage it takes to produce a documentary like this, and under an urgent timeline.

    I’m happy to hear that Topher is working on the issue with the music. That is the only thing that prevents me from wanting to share with others. My experience was that it takes away and distracts from the power of the speakers in the film, and at many points was loud enough that it was difficult to hear the dialogue.
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