Many thousands of Australians have participated in #FreedomDay protests today against ongoing coronavirus restrictions.
Much of the country remained peaceful, whilst police in Sydney and Melbourne chose to instigate dramatic scenes with protesters at the events.
Tens of thousands of Australians are preparing to participate in Freedom Day protests across the country against coronavirus restrictions.
Following the first round of rallies in May, the date has been marked for 5 September 2020. Police have slammed the events and are urging citizens not to attend.
Thousands of Yellow Vests supporters have staged unified protests across Australia today, delivering messages of resistance to an establishment that has become increasingly monopolized by an oligarchy acting against Australian interests.
Organised by the Australian Yellow Vests Alliance, in conjunction with local groups in many states, the events mark the beginning of a series of ongoing demonstrations to be held demanding systemic change in Australian society.
After almost 10 weeks of demonstrations, the Yellow Vests Movement continues to protest in large numbers for systemic change across Europe, with many other countries joining France since opposition to new world globalization commenced.
This weekend, national events have been scheduled across Australia in solidarity with the overseas movement, as many groups unite to identify a variety of key issues that increasingly relate to affairs in this country.
Australia has passed anti-encryption legislation that threatens the digital security of the world, Yellow Vest protests take over Europe, while civil dissent laws are set to take effect next year that block protesting on our shores.
On the latest episode of the General Knowledge Podcast, Ethan Nash from TOTT News joins General Maddox from Real News Australia to discuss the latest pressing topics related to digital privacy and civil unrest across the world.