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Mandatory Vaccination is a Human Rights Violation. A Gross Violation.

By Graham Young. Mandating or coercing COVID vaccination is one of the most important civil liberties issues of my lifetime. It’s a fundamental breach of human rights allegedly guaranteed by a number of international conventions and Australian law, as well… Continue Reading →

As Lockdowns Lift, the COVID Policing Hangover Is Coming

By Paul Gregoire: Sydney Criminal Lawyers Blog Soon the lockdowns will end. The disparities in the enforcement of public health measures will disappear. Most who have been forced to stay at home will return to work. The vaccination drive will… Continue Reading →

Civil Unrest Across Australia: Violence Envelops The Nation

Sources: TOTT News and Others. Black clad police firing into unarmed crowds.  Somehow we’re all fine with it. Two police standing over an unarmed 70-year-old grandmother pepper spraying her in the face.   Somehow we’re all fine with it. Genuine protest,… Continue Reading →

Australians Need To Decide If This Is The Kind Of Country We Want To Live In From Now On

By Caitlin Johnstone A lot has changed for Victorians since the lockdowns started. Our lifestyles. Our waist sizes. The kinds of things we see as normal. And a lot has changed in Victoria itself since we’ve been in lockdown as… Continue Reading →

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