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Mandates Provoke Protests Worldwide

While the heavily manipulated mainstream media has been filled wall to wall with climate alarmism, out in the real world thousands of Australians are being forced to leave their jobs in tears because they refuse to have “the jab”. Mandating… Continue Reading →

Medical Apartheid: Australia Leads The World In Discrimination Against Its Own Citizens

By the New South Wales Government. Australia is already the laughing stock of the world for its absurd mishandling of the Covid panic and the extreme authoritarianism which has overtaken the country, including the most violent scenes ever witnessed on… Continue Reading →

‘Freedom Day’ for Some, Discrimination Day for Others

By Sonia Hickey: Sydney Criminal Lawyers Blog. Welcome to ‘Freedom Day’, Monday 11th October. It’s the day for which many residents of Greater Sydney have been waiting for more than 15 weeks – 107 days to be precise. Non-essential businesses… Continue Reading →

Vaccine Mandates: Appeal Against Fair Work Commission

By Sonia Hickey: Sydney Criminal Lawyers Blog. Last week, a full three member bench of the Fair Work Commission refused former aged-care facility receptionist, Jennifer Kimber’s, application to appeal a single member decision in April 2021 which found she had not been unfairly dismissed… Continue Reading →

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