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Astounding numbers turn up in Canberra today to get rid of vaxx mandates and dissolve parliament

It is anybody’s guess how many protesters from around Australia turned up today at Parliament House Canberra. Some observers are claiming nearly one million.
In media interviews, PM Scott Morrison blamed the states for imposing vaxx mandates and Labor leader Anthony Albanese
told protesters to go home because the government had the best medical advice. It should be noted in four NSW by-elections today Labor and Liberals took most of the first preference votes. God help Australia should Albanese get his motley mob of communists elected in May or the Liberals get re-elected in a majority.

 

Kiwi ingenuity at its best.

Free phone charging at  Lake Mallard

Gore Pop-Up Protest

Nothing too exciting it was typical southland cold wet weather but nothing like the wellington crowd are enduring, 60-70 odd people turned up to show their support providing a great atmosphere.

A ton of support from passing vehicles, heaps of cars with banners and flags heeeeeaps of tooting and not one thumbs down or negative comment but a few karen and kens did give frowny faces whilst wearing chin diapers alone in their cars

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  1. It’s too BIG to fail now. Enough people are awake. Go you good folk. Hold the line!!
    🤔🤗🤬🥺🤩🤓🧐🥸😎😜😉😂😀😃😄😁🤣🤠🤑

    https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20190513-it-only-takes-35-of-people-to-change-the-world
    The ‘3.5% rule’: How a small minority can change the world
    Strength in numbers

    Overall, nonviolent campaigns were twice as likely to succeed as violent campaigns: they led to political change 53% of the time compared to 26% for the violent protests.

    FJA and her cabal of authoritarian clowns

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    • I hope you’re right WG. I have an uneasy feeling that this may be our last shot at freedom.

      If it loses momentum it will have failed & the Mad Queen’s mates will do everything in their power to make a repeat impossible.

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  2. What frightens me is if these protests fail there is little future for NZ people.
    The existing gutless NZ politicians have given no hope of change.
    None of them!
    And MMP ensures most will be back after next election.There will be no redress in 23.
    NZ now has a very bureaucratic one party government and it and its bullying will endure.
    It may be a genuine strong leader promoting people’s freedom can emerge from these protests.
    I hope so!

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  3. Can anyone confirm that that photo of the “million citizens” above is actually Woodstock in 1969? The image quality suggests that my informant may actually be correct.

    Edit: Yes, just found the photo on Getty images, it is from Woodstock 1969.

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  4. I love your lead photo Ed, it says what’s wrong with the madia to a Tee!
    Com’on media, say it’s not true and put your name to it, dare you!
    NZ media you are shit. Admit it! You except bribes and are bought!
    NZ Labour party and cindy, own you!!! Die, you are not worth saving!

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  5. So the government has called for all kiwis to leave the Ukraine immediately. They can’t come home as no room in MIQ.
    I on behalf of all kiwis, call on the government to leave for the Ukraine immediately. Everyone will be happy.

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