U.S. protesters chant “save Australia” at march in New York City

Australian flags were flying in New York City overnight, as demonstrators chanted “Save Australia” in solidarity during an anti-mandate march across the city.

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Australia became the focus of an American pro-choice protest in New York City overnight, with a large crowd of demonstrators chanting “Save Australia” and waving Aussie flags.

The large crowd gathered outside the Australian consulate in the city for speeches.

The march began in Brooklyn outside Department of Education headquarters earlier in the day, as many anti-mandate advocates gathered to hear speeches.

The march mobilised and moved across the Brooklyn Bridge and into Manhattan, with chants of “Wake up, New York,” and “We, the people, will not comply.”

Importantly, the march showed solidarity for Australians currently facing vaccine mandates for employment, the introduction of immunity passports and police state scenes in Melbourne.

“What’s going on in Australia is not just going to be Australia. And when it shows up on our doorsteps, we’re gonna punch it right in the f***ing teeth,” one speaker said.

“We’re holding the line for Australia, we support Australia!” said another.

The world is watching Australia’s COVID dystopia.


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2 comments on “U.S. protesters chant “save Australia” at march in New York City”

  1. Yes the same dystopic nonsense that’s going on here in Australia and New Zealand will soon make it’s way up north sooner or later, but at least some people are catching on!

  2. Wonderful to see so many Americans caring for Australian free speech and movement. I can’t agree more: FREE JULIAN ASSANGE.

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