‘Unite For Our Rights!’: Pro-choice Australians march and celebrate across capital cities

Huge pro-choice crowds have turned out for end-of-year demonstrations and well-deserved celebrations across the country.

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It has been a long year for freedom campaigners, as the COVID dystopia claims yet another 12 months in Australia.
Huge pro-choice crowds have turned out for end-of-year demonstrations and well-deserved celebrations across the country.

As attention turns to 2022 and the push for children to now get vaccinated, campaigners finished the year strong with huge crowds filling capital cities to voice their concerns over continued mandates, virus hysteria, calls for returns to hard restrictions and more.

Some events were followed by music, film and other entertainment, as protesters regroup and enjoy a sense of normality.

Check out media from the events below:


MELBOURNE

Melbourne has witnessed many scenes throughout 2021. The people of this state have endured the longest lockdown in the world, counter-intelligence operations and much more.

Tens of thousands once again descended to Parliament House to ‘reclaim their dominion’, marching through the city to let residents and authorities know the movement isn’t going anywhere.

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BRISBANE

A massive freedom festival was held at Musgrave Park in Brisbane, with crowds filling the CBD for a day of speeches, music, entertainment, family activities and a march through South Brisbane.

The event comes as the Queensland government bans unvaccinated people from outdoor festivals as of December 17th.

Celebrations lasted long into the night, with groups staying behind to connect and celebrate.

Note: A separate piece will be done on Brisbane with more media, given the importance of the event in light of new restrictions just introduced across the state. Stay tuned to TOTT News.

PERTH

A large group of pro-choice advocated gathered in Perth for another weekend of actions, with a march through the city and a family day in the park with the big screen playing.

Dr. Robert Malone played on the big screen, as crowds sit and watched.

ADELAIDE

Large crowds gathered inΒ AdelaideΒ for the another week of running protests, once again taking to the streets down North Tce in opposition to the continued mandate dystopia.

Photos sent courtesy of Mal at AdelaideFreedomRally.com. Head to their website if you are in the area and are looking for more information on events and the local like-minded community.

DARWIN

Control in the Northern Territory has heated up in recent months. In response, local residents have been holding weekly demonstrations against a range of issues.

Darwin residents held a local march through the CBD to end the year today, with a family-friendly picnic and celebration to follow. Residents say it was a great afternoon in the north.

CAIRNS

Residents in Cairns held a local demonstration in the area, with a sizeable crowd gathering and marching against impending mandates for children, new restrictions and more.

SYDNEY

A local pro-choice group held a snap demonstration yesterday, marching to parliament and governor houses to serve them notice of their acts against humanity.

This follows the ‘freedom ball’ that was held in Sydney earlier this week.

2022 is set to be a huge year for Australia. Many say a turning point for the history of this nation.

TOTT News will continue to bring you the latest from across the country.


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4 comments on “‘Unite For Our Rights!’: Pro-choice Australians march and celebrate across capital cities”

  1. Thanks for putting together these videos of all rallies across Australia, it’s brilliant. Hoping though that you could convert the Instagram posts so we can also see those, alot of people I know are not on Instagram and miss out, thank you

    1. Thanks for the kind words, Diane. You can view the Instagram videos without the need for an account, they should just automatically play when you click on them!

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