Thousands Unite in Song, Dance and Messages of Hope at QLD-NSW Border Rally

Large crowds marched through the streets of Coolangatta as part of #ReclaimTheLine strikes, with a number of headline speakers leading an inspiring event against government mandates.

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Thousands of Australians gathered at the QLD-NSW state border monument today for an electrifying #ReclaimTheLine event, opposing state government vaccination mandates for industry workers.

The family-friendly event featured a diverse line up that included former Senior Constable, Alex Cooney, and former Qantas pilot, Graham Hood, who both shot to social media fame for speaking against the COVID narrative and resigning from their respective roles.

In a memorable headline speech, Alex urged police to speak out against the “unlawful, unjustifiable and disproportionate” COVID enforcement measures as a way to rebuild trust with the community.

Photo: Hollie Mariconte Photography

Wildcard Byron Shire Mayoral candidate, Tom Barnett, encouraged people to empower themselves with creative solutions, while Mark Elliot — a former local emergency nurse of 30 years — delivered an impassioned speech about taking a stand against vaccines for the sake of his grandchildren.

Tom Barnett speaks to the crowd.

‘Hold The Bloodline’ placards featured prominently throughout the event, with a strong presence from Original Custodians from the Northern Rivers. Many of them believe COVID vaccinations will destroy ancestral bloodlines and DNA connection to Country.

The streets flooded.

Music played a central role at the unite-in-white event, with anthemic tunes blasted out between speakers including Queen’s We Will Rock You and John Farnham’s You’re the Voice.

At half time, the crowd walked peacefully to the iconic Captain Cook Memorial and morphed into a choreographed flash mob, dancing to John Lennon’s Power to the People.

Dallas James, a musician and former The Voice contestant, spoke about his life-altering vaccine injury at the age of 19 and played a poignant freedom song he wrote specifically for the children.

A spokesperson for the border event said crowd numbers had tripled from the October 1 rally – and was the biggest of the #ReclaimTheLine events held across 20+ locations in Australia this weekend.

“The incredible turnout today shows the tide is well and truly turning. Police, teachers, nurses, pilots and other industry workers came together in a wonderful show of unity to inspire and give others hope that truth will prevail,” she said.

“I’d like to do a big shout out to the police on both sides of the border who so generously went out of their way to help us make this event a huge success.”


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‘A SEA OF PEOPLE!’

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8 comments on “Thousands Unite in Song, Dance and Messages of Hope at QLD-NSW Border Rally”

  1. What a great, spirited crowd of REAL Australians at Coolangatta. “How long will it take to achieve herd intelligence?”. These people and others like them around the country are there already. Now how about the other 95% of “Australians”…

  2. This makes me so happy and gives me hope for the future of humanity! We just need the rest of the sheep to wake up!

  3. How utterly wonderful. As a 77yo resident in Cooktown far north Qld we have lived much as always, but expect Big Brother to be breathing down our necks in the not too distant future. The aboriginal communities near us have been targeted with door to door jabs and it’s so sad many don’t have the knowledge or courage to say no. Many staff at our hospital have quit or gone on leave due to mandatory vax. It’s so uplifting to see so many standing up for a democratic choice to say no to this shocking chemical experiment. Trisha

  4. I was there with my 12 year old son and it was a truly inspirational and powerful gathering. Slowly, slowly the tide is turning.

  5. Some great reports Ethan, thanks. First thing I noticed before I even watched any of the videos was the white clothes people were wearing! Wonderful. IMHO everyone that wears black is just assisting the evil on the planet that’s creating all this chaos. Black is a sign of death, u wear it if someone close died, NOT as a fashion statement. It’s depressing to look at & I wonder if people feel more miserable when wearing black, wouldn’t know as I don’t own any clothing that’s black. Look at everyone who wears black all the time, why? I suppose just because it’s ‘cool’/trendy. It’s not either, it’s evil. Bring on the yellows, oranges, blues, greens & white even though it gets dirty too quick ha ha. Anything but evil depressing black. I said out loud to myself at the first picture in the article, “There’s no black clothes, oh wow how good is that” I wonder who suggested to the protesters/marchers to wear white? Obviously a few had to wear it it’s become a habit maybe? Anyone agree or see this point or am I just nuts?

  6. So, by your opinion black people, crows, cats, dogs etc. are all evil? Calling black evil is nuts, it’s just a shade. This has to be the most absurd notion I’ve ever heard!

    1. No No not at all, someone else had the same reply to my thought. I am NOT talking about black in general just BLACK CLOTHING, There’s a big difference. Couldn’t you see & even ‘feel’ the difference that all the people wore white, white for peace & spirituality, not black for death & evil. An expression, only of feelings.

      1. First of all nobody had the same reply to your thought in this thread.
        I’m a natural therapist and have studied the effects of colour therapy on the human psyche, and yes, black has an effect on ‘some’ people’s moods, but has it’s place and uses. But to call ‘black’ evil is an absurd human superstition made up in your mind. There is nothing ‘evil’ about wearing black clothing, or a black cat crossing your path, or the association of black with evil or negative feelings. This is a human construct and superstition only.

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