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A Veteran’s Plea

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You know there is trouble brewing when a navy veteran is handing back his medals to the government after serving his time. To leave his medals and a 2 page letter on Parliament steps after serving his country, speaks volumes. As the letters state, fighting for our freedoms have labeled him as a terrorist. To live in Australia now, with all freedoms taken away, the government are now the terrorists. To lose absolutely everything, to give complete power to a rogue Premier who has divided and coerced a civilized population, is the definition of a terrorist organization.

All it takes is for the people to unite and speak loudly to end this regime. This one mans convictions and beliefs is what we are all fighting for. No forced poison, no manipulations, our own body autonomy and to live in a free society. Nobody should have had to given up their livelihoods or family for serving their country at the highest level. This is a veteran who is appalled and disgusted in what has been done all in the name of health.

In his final sentence, WE DO NOT NEGOTIATE WITH TERRORISTS. And that is what our current government is. It is time for the politicians in the upper house to stand up against the bully trying to implement his own personal and political regime.

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  1. Absolute truth, at no time did our country leaders come to the negotiation table, not once did they listen to anyone. So who really are the terrorist?

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