Australia | “We’re Not Gonna Take It Anymore” Sang At Protest Against COVID-19 Restrictions
Tens of thousands of protesters took to the street to show their opposition to vaccine passports, Lockdown and COVID-19 vaccines being mandory. #COVID #COVID19 #Melbourne #Sydney #Australia #CovidProtest
Throughout the world people are starting to protest again the COVID-19 vaccine passport and another lockdown. Friday, in Rotterdam, police used real bullets against people during protest organized for the same reasons, seven persons have been injured.
Melbourne, Australia – A protest against the COVID-19 vaccine passport took place in Melbourne, Australia. In diverse videos published on social media, we can see that an important number of people were present to showw their opposition to the vaccine passport but mainly to yet another confinement.
As the fifth wave of coronavirus is hitting Europe the hardest, with numbers that are worrying the OMS, it goes without saying that, the other parts of the world, notably Australia, is seeing a rise in the COVID-19 cases and deaths.
With certain government hinting towards the confinement of “non vaccinated persons”, the citizens of the world want to show their opposition.
As such, we can hear the crowd in Melbourne singing “we’re not going to take anymore”.
Numbers show that tens of thousands have rallied not only in Melbourne but also in Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide to protest against the state government’s pandemic restrictions.
Protesters were marching the streets of the country with carrying Australian flags and placards bearing anti-vaccination, anti-lockdown and anti-government slogans, while chanting “kill the bill”, “sack Dan Andrews” and “Aussie, Aussie, Aussie, oi, oi, oi”.
The bill in question, introduced by the Victorian government would allow the minister to make an indefinite declaration of a pandemic and state of emergency, give the health minister power to make broad public health orders, and grant authorised officers the power to detain people under quarantine.
Former Liberal MP Craig Kelly was also protesting and yelled unsubstantiated claims about “experimental vaccines. ” while billionaire Clive Palmer told Brisbane crowds he’d rather “go out of business” than listen to vaccine advice from Queensland’s Premier, who he called “Palachook″
In Sydney, Mr Kelly whipped up the crowd over vaccine mandates.
“When we have governments that adopt vaccine passports we are no longer free. The idea that you could lose your job because you have not engaged to take an experimental vaccine that has zero long-term safety data is a disgrace and an abuse of human rights,” he said. The Premier and the Prime Minister included are engaged in a breach of Australians’ human rights.”