Andrews touts drones and snitches against ‘rule breakers’
By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
VICTORIA’S Labor regime is doubling down on police state tyranny even as thousands of Victorians protest at the Melbourne Shrine of Remembrance today, October 23rd, declared a holiday by the party on the eve of the first ever interstate AFL Grand Final in Brisbane.
Premier Andrews is actually unapologetic about police using drones to spy on backyards to ensure visitor limits are not exceeded during Saturday’s grand final celebrations.
Furthermore, he reminded the media that there were “literally thousands” of people out there willing to call a special police line and dob them in if they didn’t follow the rules. “If you follow the rules, you’ve got nothing to worry about,” was the asinine reasoning spouted by this premier.
Freedom Day protesters will be gathering at Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance, a park honoring the sacrifices for freedom of servicemen and women in past wars.
In recent weeks the Victoria Police arrested people under the state’s so-called health directives, despite many of them objecting to police that they were lawfully protesting. It appears police have since been “enlightened” on the fact that hindering a political protest is in fact illegal under the superior commonwealth law in Australia – the Criminal Code Act 1995, Sect. 83:4. “A person commits an offence if: … the conduct results in interference with the exercise or performance, in Australia by any other person, of an Australian democratic or political right or duty;…”
Victoria Police Assistant Commissioner Luke Cornelius, who disgraced himself and his office recently by denigrating freedom protesters as tin foil hat-wearers, this week admitted at a media conference that “Protesting is legal, protesting is a human right”. Brilliant Mr Cornelius, welcome to the rule of law in a western nation that respects freedom – or at least did until your boss Andrews and his gang started wrecking a state jurisdiction on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party and a gang of globalist vaccine pushing totalitarians.
Meanwhile at today’s protest police will be enforcing Andrews’ gracious new 25km travel limit, and groups of 10 rule. It’s also now not considered incitement to share the protest information online as the protest is now considered lawful.