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Abolish All Covid Related Fines

Monica Smit: Reignite Democracy Australia. Open Letter. My name is Monica Smit, I’m 34 years old, born and bred in this beautiful country. I was brought up to respect authority, pay my taxes and be kind to my neighbour. I… Continue Reading →

Reignite Democracy Monica Smit’s Charges Dismissed: Australia’s Courts Clogged

Australia’s court system is now clogged with people protesting thousands of punitive fines or jail sentences. Of all the online personalities and citizen journalists to emerge during the Covid era, one of the most prominent was Monica Smit of Reignite… Continue Reading →

Australia Abolishes Right to Protest: Citizen Journalist Monica Smit Jailed

Extracts from Unfolding Catastrophe: Australia The democratic right to protest has been abolished in Australia, with brutal scenes of suppression and violent clashes between police and demonstrators now part of daily life. Further wild scenes are expected this weekend, with… Continue Reading →

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