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Brisbane says no to medical apartheid and why you should too


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Thousands flock to the state’s capital Wednesday, 17 November to rally against the implementation of medical apartheid announced by the Queensland government to take effect next month.

The event was promoted by The Peoples Revolution to bring an awareness to and make a stand against social segregation based on medical status. Apartheid in the Afrikaans language translates to ‘apartness’. 

Our government have already planned to keep us apart by putting a non-sensical, unethical and totally unnecessary wedge between vaccinated and unvaccinated people.   

Effectively, in families where there is a mixture of both vaccinated and unvaccinated, they will no longer be able to dine out together. Try explaining to ‘little Johnny’ why Daddy can’t take him to soccer practice and then to meet his friends at Maccas on the way home because little Johnny is not vaccinated.  

Imagine, your partner is rushed to the hospital in an emergency with the kids in tow. Her condition worsens and is put into a high care unit and you, being the next of kin to your children, are informed by the hospital that you cannot take your children home because of your vaccination status. The scenario suggested above is a very similar recount of a true story that happened recently in N.S.W.

For those of you who still believe that our government has only good intentions to protect its people in the name of public health is simply not true.  You just have to look back at what they tell us and start asking some serious questions about how they come up with their information and why there are no longer any reputable experts in medicine or science available online that oppose the Government’s narrative.

Unfortunately, the Australian government is not the first to betray their electorate. The term medical apartheid has been made to light by author, Harriet A. Washington, who won the National Book Critics Circle Award (U.S.A.) Titled, Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present. The New York Times wrote, “It is the first full history of Black America’s shocking mistreatment as unwilling and unwitting experimental subjects at the hands of the medical establishment.”

The reason for the exploration of what apartheid is and the association of medical apartheid is for you to join the dots. In less than two years, the world has seen massive politically driven social change. There is a genocide, and it is not death by covid or its variants but rather, death by vaccine injury and the destruction of democracy.

There is a Worldwide Rally for Freedom on Saturday, 20th November, 12 noon at the Botanical Gardens, Brisbane.  Go to for details of other states and territory.  



  1. Be always truthful let us get out from these evil politicians that have hidden agendas and speak out bring them to justice and stop this now before more people are injured or killed by the death of a experimental liquid that you apparently need in your body. From a virus that has a 98% recovery rate.

  2. Australians are uniting and fighting these tyrants . We will win, and those who attempted to destroy our freedoms will be held accountable.


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