Hundreds of Thousands of Australians Rise Up Against ‘New World Order’ – Media Blackout

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Thousands of Australian residents rise up against the New World Order

Hundreds of thousands of Australians poured into the streets on Saturday in protest against the ‘New World Order’ Covid restrictions being imposed by the elite.

New rallies all across the country happened on Saturday, as people rose up to demand more freedom. Organized by the Millions March Against Mandatory Vaccination group, unprecedented numbers of people flooded central Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Perth, along with 30 other cities and towns in Australia. 

Rt.com reports: Claiming that vaccine mandates are discriminatory, people protested outside parliamentary buildings and blocked central streets, calling for resignations in state governments and an end to what some call “tyranny.”

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No official numbers have been published regarding attendances, but various media outlets reported that “hundreds of thousands” took to the streets this weekend. Aerial footage showed cities flooded with sizable crowds. 

In Sydney, people of all ages gathered in Hyde Park, carrying banners that read “Never lock down again,” and “Less government, more freedom.” In Melbourne, people protested outside the state parliament and blocked Spring Street while chanting “Sack [Premier of Victoria] Dan Andrews,” in an apparent expression of anger over his controversial pandemic powers legislation.

On the Gold Coast, protesters largely supported the leader of Australia’s right-wing One Nation party, Pauline Hanson. The senator, who has been trying to push a bill against mandatory vaccination policies, addressed the crowds, saying she had spoken with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and told him to change the constitution to facilitate her proposed legislation. 

While the rallies were reportedly loud, with people cheering, beating drums and beeping horns, they were largely peaceful. In New South Wales, Health Minister Brad Hazzard officially allowed unvaccinated protesters to attend the Sydney rally, only asking they wear a mask and stay away if feeling unwell.