Warrnambool*, a country town in Victoria, is not in lockdown, but with the State of Emergency you are still not allowed to protest, but local police didn’t break up this group protesting the vaccine mandate:
WOW! Local cops in Warrnambool ALLOWED this protest to go ahead today.
Listen to a police commander telling the crowd, "we're not going to steamroll you—we're local police. We understand your locals"
The crowd's response says it all.
We need more of this. pic.twitter.com/xsqqeUppGx
— Avi Yemini 🇦🇺🇮🇱 (@OzraeliAvi) October 3, 2021
These people seem so craven, they’re so relieved that they’re not going to be arrested for just standing around with some signs against being put out of work because they won’t submit to being experimented on medically, with drugs that are not vaccines in any normal way of understanding the term ‘vaccine’, they are not immunisations, because they don’t make you immune, yet the Australian Immunisation Register will record whether you have them or not, they are not approved by the TGA, they only have ‘provisional’ approval, they haven’t even completed their trial period, and their manufacturers refuse to accept liability for them, but if you don’t submit you are going to be an outcast, it’s demented demonic lunacy and you’re going to die one day of something old retard, deal with it.
But the video, this is one advantage of living in a smallish town (Warrnambool has a population of about 30,000), police may feel somewhat restrained in how they deal with people, as they live in the small town too, and their children go to the small town schools, they’re part of the community and lots of people know them, but in the big over scaled city you are just an anonymous unit to the police, who are anonymous themselves. Melbourne wasn’t always like this, decades ago, it could seem like just a big country town itself
but those days are largely gone, except in some suburbs you still get some community spirit here and there when there aren’t people walking around babbling in their disgusting gibberish languages, and we’ve become some sort of giant cosmopolitan model world city, so you get this:
*If you want to know more about Warrnambool you can watch Oddball, which was filmed in the town, and it is one of the worst Australian made movies ever, and it’s about a dog called Oddball. Oddball, the dog, is fine enough of course, hard to go wrong there, and he scampers all over the shop so you get to see the aquatic and civic sights of Warrnambool, and fine they are, but the dialogue in the film is almost uniquely awful, like a character will say portentously “that’s my strategic advantage” about something mundane and it just doesn’t make sense and it’s like the writers are average intelligence trying really hard to seem smart. If you are currently courting a lady make her watch this abomination with you and observe her reactions, if she can get past the cute dog and say “this is really dumb” you may have a keeper.