Kuranda Freedom Rally spills the beans on Army and police intimidation of Yarrabah Aboriginal community near Cairns
by staff reporters
More then 400 people attended Saturday’s Freedom Rally in the park at Kuranda campaigning against Covid segregation of vaxxed, un-vaxxed and medical choices belonging to the people. These residents were just as determined as every other rally crowd we have seen in North Queensland. They mean business and never before have we seen such a public outpouring of animosity towards the ALP/LNP duopoly government.
The Greens were loudly denounced and coming from an alternative community such as Kuranda the radical environmentalists will in big trouble at the ballot box.
Numerous shop keepers spoke at the rally telling Labor Premier Comrade Annastacia Palaszczuk to “shove” her vaccine mandate and that their businesses would be open to all.
More disturbing were the revelations of coercion and medical mistrust at Yarrabah Aboriginal community (near Cairns) by social worker Sarah Baxter who described the intimidation of residents by Yarrabah Council and police who had been going house to house Territory-style, coercing occupants into getting jabbed.
She told the rally the methods used by Queensland Health were from the same script being used in the Northern Territory.
She said people were frightened and did not want the deadly vax which had been causing immediate adverse reactions in some Aboriginal people (as confirmed by NT elders such as Alison Timber and David Cole).
She went on to say the army had been camped in the bush around Yarrabah inlet preventing residents from going fishing in their boats or simply leaving the community for necessary trips to Cairns.
The Queensland Premier did not go near Yarrabah when in Cairns last week. Her safety could have been in doubt. She is leaving the dirty work up to Queensland Health.
Posted on November 29, 2021, in Agenda 2030, ALP, AMA, Annastacia Palaszczuk, Covid Cops, covid lockdown, Covid passport, Covid vaccines, Covid-19, freedom rally, General, Greens, LNP, Queensland Health and tagged kuranda, Yarrabah. Bookmark the permalink. 19 Comments.