Please note: This was in MARCH 2021.
For JULY 2021 protests, please click here.
The streets were of Brisbane were packed on Saturday with passionate individuals who are standing up against impending mass medical coercion, in addition to coronavirus guidelines embedded in the ‘new normal’.
Citizens from all walks of life came together for speeches in the City Botanical Gardens, before marching throughout the Brisbane CBD, chanting, singing and hoping to inform those looking on.
TOTT News and Real News Australia were at the event and captured the following media.
Use the hashtag #WeWillAllBeThere to find additional coverage from across the world.
FULL COVERAGE: BRISBANE RALLY
Please find below a complete livestream of the Brisbane Rally For Freedom, held in solidarity with other states in Australia and over 40 nations across the world. A guide has been provided below for easy viewing.
Song/indigenous ceremony to start.
Speeches begin at 59 minutes.
Protesters take off for protest at 1 hour 49 minutes. See on-the-ground footage below.
Protesters return for more speeches/conclusion at 2 hours 49 minutes.
- Triccy from The People’s Revolution (Host of Event).
- Meryl Dorey from Australian Vaccination-risks Network (AVN).
- Max Igan, alternative media figure. See his website here.
- Malcolm Roberts (One Nation Federal Senator) [+Q&A]
Please find below interviews with protesters before, during and after the rally. No spin, no deception, just a platform provided for concerned citizens to voice their thoughts. You won’t see this on the mainstream media. By General Maddox.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to share their thoughts and concerns!
Photos: Brisbane marches against medical coercion | February 2021
National Freedom Day Demonstrations: Videos | September 2020
Rally for Freedom – Brisbane | May 2020
Yellow Vests protesters rally across Australia | January 2019
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