Folks, the tide is turning in this battle.
Whether you believe my statement or not, the COVID narrative is slowly coming apart at the seams.
Millions of people across the globe are waking up and pushing back against tyranny.
One country that has arguably suffered the harshest COVID tyranny is Australia.
Aussies have faced abusive cops, vaccine psychopaths, and martial law since this madness began nearly two years ago.
Despite the torture Australian citizens have endured from their tyrannical regime, their spirits haven’t wavered, and their freedom movement has grown stronger.
On November 27th, reports estimate that around 1 million Aussies hit the streets to protest for freedom against COVID-19 restrictions and vaccine mandates.
The country’s population is only around 25.7 million.
Australia is awake!
Check out some of the epic footage that you know the mainstream will desperately attempt to hide or lie about:
Start with this short Instagram clip from independent artists Jimmy Levy & Hi-Rez singing their latest pro-freedom hit, “Welcome to the Revolution.”
Protests around the “Land Down Under” were jaw-dropping in multiple cities.
How about Sydney?
Shout out to the Gold Coast!
These epic protests took over Australia and put the world on notice.
Reports indicate the “Millions March Against Mandatory Vaccination” swept through over two dozen cities and towns across Australia.
7 News described the unbelievable diversity of the Melbourne protest:
It is the third consecutive weekend protesters have gathered in Melbourne’s city centre and it comes a day after all authorised workers in the state were required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to continue working on site.
Much of the action has been sparked by the state’s contentious pandemic bill – which stalled in the upper house last week.
The crowd gathered outside state parliament at midday before moving onto Bourke Street Mall.
They waved Australian, Aboriginal and Eureka flags as well as those of other countries including Greece, Lebanon and Macedonia, and held signs with slogans such as “fear God not Dan”, “end segregation now” and “kill the bill”, in reference to the pandemic legislation before parliament.
Several bus and tram routes have been affected by the protest, with motorists urged to allow plenty of extra time if travelling into the city.
Rebel News noted that this weekend saw the addition of protests in smaller towns across Australia:
It was the first weekend where smaller protests have been staged across towns and regional centres, including Adelaide, Darwin, Alice Springs, Perth, Canberra, Newcastle, Ballina, Inverell, Tamworth, Wagga Wagga, Bermagui, Launceston, Bunbury, Albany, Esperance, Kalgoorlie, Geraldton, Carnarvon, Port Hedland, Broome, and Kununurra.
Throughout the year, #AustraliaHasFallen has kept trending on social media.
But the “Land Down Under” is rising back to its feet.