A night to remember.
Hundreds of freedom lovers gather in Adelaide to witness the first-ever National Free Media Summit on Saturday, an inspiring event that included Ethan Nash, Maria Zee, Michael Gray Griffith and more.
The huge four-hour event saw a number of important speeches, video messages, musical performances, a Q&A session, and strategies for the future for all like-minded individuals who cherish freedom.
See below a recap/highlights of the event below!
Photo credit below goes to the freedom photographing champion, Mal.
Great to finally meet you again!
Michael Arbon kicked off the event, with Dr. Bruce Paix leading a special remembrance day tribute afterwards, highlighting in his words how the government has forgotten what the diggers fought for.
Nick Takos took to the stage shortly afterwards to moderate the event.
We would also see Craig Bower delivering some faith-based words to the crowd, and also our good friend Graham Lyons in all his witty charm and glory.
Video messages included special words from English reporter Alex Thomson, Dr. Mark & Dr. Samantha Bailey from NZ, and European MP Christine Anderson.
After some introductions, Damien Richardson, Joel Jammal and Michael Gray Griffith took to the stage for some great speeches, setting the tone for the evening and bringing the crowd to their feet.
Damien spoke of his journey from an acting career, to standing tall at the Shrine and travelling around the country after facing mandates, and how it was the scariest and yet most fulfilling thing he’s ever done.
Joel spoke on some pressing issues that society faces, including misinformation legislation and a cashless society, how we can push back in the Parliament, how minor parties can work together, and more. .
Michael took the time to offer encouragement to all artists out there to join the freedom movement. If you have a talent, whatever it is, your skills are needed at this time, says Michael.
Like the hippies, we must form our own identity in the freedom movement, no longer recycling old phrases and songs from years ago, he says. ‘John Farnham doesn’t even like us’.
Michael also presented an award to Adelaide pro-choice champion, Kathy Scarborough.
Next up, Ethan Nash from TOTT News took to the stage to offer a few observations from his journey in the scene for over decade, including how the study of cycles of time can help us understand what is emerging today, and how previous cultures have survived tyranny and kept their societies alive.
‘The New World Order is the Old World Order back again’.
‘Like the stoics of the Great Depression, like the Greeks with their moonlight schools under Ottoman rule, our time has come to also ensure our culture stays alive.’
Finally to the stage was the headliner of the event, Maria Zeee, who gave a 30 minute presentation on the shadow world government power structure, plans for AI obsolescence of society, beyond Agenda 2030, and the window we must seize to ensure that these dystopian plans are not fulfilled.
Maria also discussed strategies to combat the propaganda and vision of the ruling biofascist oligarchy.
She finished to a standing ovation from the packed crowd at Norwood Town Hall.
To cap things off, presenters returned to the stage for a Q&A panel, with Damien, Michael, Bruce, Ethan, Joel and Maria asked questions about the transition of humanity and how to navigate the waters ahead.
This was the first time so many alternative and independent media platforms have come together under the same banner for a single event, and word on the street is that it may not be the last.
Thank you to everyone who came out to the summit, it was a fantastic night and was great to put some faces to names, meet new people, and connect with like-minded individuals.
Adelaide is certainly gaining a reputation as a freedom central here in Australia, and after feeling that energy on the weekend, I’d say there is a good argument to this notion.
Thank you to Graham, Barbara, Craig, Nick and everyone involved in putting this event together, and for inviting me down to share my thoughts on the current transformations we are witnessing.
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