Billboard Battallion members in action in Victoria. Below: A few placards and flags on a trailer do the trick.

IF you thought everything was going quiet after the plandemic protests and scale down, another group of active Aussie patriots called Billboard Battallion is out and about making their voices heard and their placards visible across regional Victoria.

Members of the group are based on the Victoria-NSW border and kicked off at Echuca-Moama in July. They describe themselves as a grassroots community movement aimed at “educating the public on what is truly happening regarding COVID, food supply issues, etc”.

“The media will not tell the truth, so we are creating our own media to deliver the message in a way that is highly effective, visible and impossible to censor,” the group states on its website.

The methodology is simple: Draw up some big placards, secure them to a ute or trailer with a few Aussie flags and you have a protest convoy. They have done convoys to major regional centres in Victoria including Bendigo, Ballarat, Castlemaine and Shepparton.

There are support groups at these cities and towns to join in with the convoys and organise local meetings. The recent trip to Ballarat included a meeting at Rotary Park in Bendigo, and another meeting in Victory Park Castlemaine as they headed south.

In Ballarat they met at a former Masters carpark then proceeded on a convoy through the city, meeting up again at the Lake Wendouree park where a visible display was set up. The convoy then broke up into four smaller groups to focus on certain areas.

The groups then converged again to meet at Eureka Stockade Gardens for a visible display and again for another one at Victoria Park.