Campaigners rallied across the country this weekend as part of MMAMV Australia events, calling for an end to vaccine coercion and in support of locked down regions.
Thousands gathered in the Sunshine Coast region yesterday for a day of speeches, entertainment and light work. The IMOP Party was present at the event, standing by residents and their right to choose.
The group then headed to Cotton Tree Beach, where the crowd gathered to send positive vibes to all those currently subjected to harsh COVID guidelines across the country:
Inspiring scenes were witnessed on the Gold Coast yesterday, as protesters gathered for a number of speeches and some music, before marching through the local Broadbeach business district.
Check out our separate report below, which focuses on the positive message of unity at the rally:
Queensland once again puts on for the freedom movement, with strong events held.
A sizeable crowd gathered outside of the Channel 9 HQ to stage their protest action, calling for an end to plans to segregate members of society for their personal medical choices.
The group gathered for a number of speeches.
A Channel 9 reporter was confronted when attempting to come down and capture the rally:
One YouTube user uploaded the speeches in Adelaide in full, which can be listen to below:
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Shortly after speeches, it was time to hit the streets, as crowds wrap around street corners:
For a full overview of the event, see this fantastic compilation embedded below:
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Some residents in Sydney did stage small protests, however, as the region is still under strict military lockdown in the Western suburbs – not much media has been shared.
One photo, however, has been sent through:
Thinking of you, Sydney.
Dr. Judy Wilyman, who has appeared on our podcast, was the main speaker on the day.
A recap of events from the day can be found here:
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