The Gestapo comes to Moonee Ponds

I love how these courageous VicPol ‘police’ officers stand point around the incident lest the Bitches of Buchenwald come under attack by a wandering labradoodle or something. Or maybe a 60 year-old home-ec chalkie. This was a school teachers’ anti ‘vaccine’ mandate protest in a Moonee Ponds park today. The Herald Sun’s reporters, Suzan Delibasic and Olivia Jenkins, describe this cowardly assault of a woman as an “altercation.” I’ve added picture links below in case you can’t access their subscription-only story:

A small group of protesters wearing white T-shirts labelled “#reclaimtheline” gathered at Maribyrnong Park in Moonee Ponds and other locations across the city.

An altercation between police and a protester occurred just after 11am, when she refused at first to give her name to officers.

The group marched around the oval holding signs, with police closely monitoring the group.

Police arrested two protesters at the park, with one seen arguing with police saying it was his “right” to attend and stand against the mandates.

One protester, Irene, who is not a teacher, said she came out on Friday to march for “human rights”.

“There are more police than protesters here. This is Australia – we have the right to march peacefully,” she said.

Protesters quickly dispersed from Maribyrnong Park, with police soon outnumbering the small group.

Meanwhile, the obviously deranged Premier of Victoria – yet again deflecting attention away from a disastrous lockdown – today decreed that even farmers in the paddocks of Woop Woop must get a first dose of a covid ‘vaccine’ within a fortnight “if they want to continue working.” Not merely in effect but in bogus corona ‘law,’ this means the Andrews government is assuming legal control of the human body in Victoria. Scotty From Net Zeroing couldn’t care less.

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7 Responses to The Gestapo comes to Moonee Ponds

  1. Doggy says:

    The Dictator is a desperate lunatic advised by low intellectual CHOs & CMOs. The decree to vax almost all Vics is disgraceful. Watch the left wing jurnos go ballistic over this. They probably thought they could preach to the plebs without getting the jab. I don’t think Fairfax have mandated the jab yet
    I think that the more jabs in Vic the more cases occur.

  2. rosie says:

    According to Tim Smith Dan can’t fire the judiciary if they refuse to vaxx.

    And are sex workers essential?

    Will Fiona Patton stand up for their right to choose?
    I don’t know where this will end.

  3. C.L. says:

    According to Tim Smith Dan can’t fire the judiciary if they refuse to vaxx.

    Good Lord. I didn’t think of that.
    While I would be surprised if one or more of them refused, you never know – there are usually a few individualists presiding in some of the lower courts.

    Don’t ask, don’t tell – that’s where this is probably going for Victorian elites.

  4. C.L. says:

    It surely cannot be lawful to ban a member from Parliament?

  5. cuckoo says:

    And remember, these cops are the heroes who didn’t lay a finger on James Gargasoulas when he was rampaging through the CBD.

    My advice to these silent-vigil protesters is to have messages on each side of their placards. Have ‘black lives matter’ on the back, and the minute the filth move in, turn the placards around.

  6. Lee says:

    I think it was Victoria’s health minister, Martin Foley, who when asked by a reporter the other day about mandatory vaccination for politicians, hedged and hummed and hawed, and said something along the lines of “we haven’t received health advice on that.”
    I reckon that if the government is trying to avoid the issue or being equivocal now it won’t be mandatory for them.
    What was that about “we’re all in this together”?

  7. Shy Ted says:

    Farmers in woop woop, please see the movie Fargo for alternative uses for your farming equipment that chops and shreds. The black material trouble the blades.

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