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Australia: The Tide of Tyranny

By Michael Gray Griffith: Cafe Locked Out and the Deplorables Epic Road Trip “We have become historians; capturing a history they are already trying to erase.”~Michael Gray Griffith. Of all the remarkably talented bloggers, vloggers, citizen journalists, musicians and artists… Continue Reading →

Are we the Last Fort? Reflections on the first Convoy Camp Site in Australia’s National Capital.

Michael Gray Griffith: Café Locked Out. Day three was a cooler day, but only weather wise. Every hour the police entered the camp and did a walk through. All of them masked up and initially polite, they passed through the… Continue Reading →

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