Opposition leader Albanese worried about the gallows scalded the PM for not doing something about it
“It is the role of political leaders to explain why health measures are necessary. When the Prime Minister gave an answer in which he went through the violence that had been exhibited in Melbourne and correctly said that that was not appropriate he then always goes on to say ‘but’,” Mr Albanese said.
“And he then goes on to speak about choice and various issues that he tries to say that the objections are about, but of course the key to more freedom and opening up is people getting vaccinated.
“What we need when you have things like gallows being dragged through the streets of Melbourne you need to be able to just say ‘I condemn it full stop’.”
Melbourne Rally – 500,000 send a message to Dictator Dan about Covid mandates
A staggering half million people hit the streets of Melbourne on Saturday voicing mass opposition to COVID-19 vaccines, mandates and the state’s proposed dictatorial pandemic laws, crippled in the Victorian upper house this week.
If this crowd indicates the people could vote against the duopoly government, it is at last GAME OVER for the corrupt ALP/LNP and GREENS.
That silent majority supporting duopoly governments are emerging as no longer party faithful exercising their dormant ability to take onboard factual information instead of political spin doctoring.
Vastly outnumbered police remained static, made no arrests, and what started as a peaceful demonstration remained.
As people power protest numbers increase, the Australian duopoly governments agenda-driven siege of Australia continues, this nation will say “enough is enough”.
Poor Dan Andrews must be blushing in his pink underwear and falling over his high heels after this blast from an ex-cop
Serene’s supporters can link to VCAT court hearing in Melbourne
By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
VICTORIAN advocate and lawyer Serene Teffaha has offered an online Zoom link to a hearing in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) seeking an immediate stay on the decision of the Victorian Legal Services Board to cancel her licence to practice.
The hearing is due from 10am Melbourne today (Tuesday, May 25th) and some of her clients will be requesting permission to speak. “Otherwise, please join as an observer,” she said.
Serene has drawn strength from the lively and well supported rally held for her in Melbourne on Saturday outside the Family Court in Melbourne where she spoke of her personal trauma in dealings at the court and the trauma experienced by “thousands of men, women and children who were being brutalized by this institution behind me”.
But Serene urged those gathered to continue to “give the olive branch all the time” because “eliminations, opposition and vengeance is not a solution”. “The real solution is opening up a dialogue with (for instance) the many beautiful police officers, actually, in this country,” she said, looking across to officers standing near the gathering. “We must open a dialogue with the Victoria Police. We must open a dialogue with the judiciary.”
She said later she was humbled and thankful for the amazing support she received at the rally and the platform of sharing stories, traumas, truths and wisdom. The Zoom meeting ID is 657 7918 0730 and the passcode 373 153. Further information is also available on Serene’s Telegram page Advocate Me Updates.