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Damien Richardson Stops at Morwell While Doing His Rounds of The State

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Damien Richardson, former actor who has appeared in numerous films including his role as Drew Greer on the Jack Irish TV movies and is well known for his television roles as Matt Ryan on City Homicide, and Gary Canning on Neighbours, is running for the senate. He wants to stand up for the freedoms that have been slowly eroding under the current governance and hopes that he will be able to drum up enough support for himself. If enough people vote for the freedom friendly folks, and put all four major parties (Labor, Liberal, Nationals and Greens) dead last, it will not matter who gets in, because the freedom friendlies will have the majority of the power and will be able to try to keep the major parties honest.

A small crowd of people listened to his talk and asked questions which he confidently provided answers to.

He explained how the constitution was changed in 1946. This writer has done a bit of digging to find out some details about this – According to an author known as TrueBlue Observer in an article published in July 2020 on cirnow.com.au, there was indeed a 1946 Referendum which denied the government power to medically test. Furthermore, the article says that lock downs are treason, forced mask wearing is treason, forced vaccinations are treason. It says that in the 1999 referendum the people of Australia voted to stay as a constitutional monarchy, and it alleges that the political parties not listening to the people have inflicted treason upon themselves.

A video of Damien’s talk was live streamed to Instagram, and later it has been downloaded and put up onto YouTube. However, the sound quality of the video is not the best. It is very difficult to hear what is being said in some parts.

Damien said that he wants to reach out to people who may have had the second or the third jab, and who are thinking about the possibility of the fourth jab and maybe don’t want to have it, and have only been jabbed because they felt like they had no choice in order to keep working and providing for their families, or those who have trusted the government and gone ahead thinking the government were actually considering the health of the people when it mandated jabs. He said that he wants to “appeal to those people and get those people on board as well” because it will be hard for those people to come backwards and admit it was a big failure for them, and it is humiliating. He said that we have all been in that position, so he wants to extend the olive branch to them and welcome them to come on board.

He explained that there is no shame in what ever choices people have made. Everyone made the best choices they could for their circumstances.

He also talked about globalism. “Globalism is here, at least some version of it.” Expanding on that he explained that therefore his motto is move “Forward to Freedom”, not “let’s go back to 2018…”

The talk lasted just over half an hour. There was another group at the venue and some of those people also came over to listen to what Damien had to say.

Damien was warm and approachable during his visit. He chatted with everyone, gave a very casual talk, and even signed a couple of autographs and took some photos with his supporters. Lynne Cumming did a beautiful job catering for the event and interrupted his talk to offer him a coffee for which he was grateful.

He talked about his Facebook page and his website. His website, sporting his blue and yellow colours is the place to go if you want to review his policies, donate to his cause, volunteer, or just contact him. https://damienrichardson.com.au/

His Facebook page “AGAINST THE GRAIN MEDIA” can be found here.

And his Forward to Freedom page, Damien Richardson for the Senate can be found here.

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