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Digger says “I fight again”


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Ken an Australian Digger spoke at the largest ever Freedom Rally in Adelaide last Saturday, where over fifteen thousand South Australians marched through the city of Adelaide for freedom and against vaccine mandates.

“Someone asked me what are those medals for. I said each one has to do with freedom. Australians are really good with walking along side and fighting along side others, that somewhere down the track they might just enjoy some of the privileges we had here in Australia. What breaks my heart is the concern my wife and I have for our grandchildren and beyond.  I thought I have hung up the guns but I have to fight again. It is so sad that people are coerced to ‘do the right thing’”.  He went on to add “those that have forced this on us, it really comes very close to a manslaughter charge”.

Another young veteran named Jake also spoke at the rally and said “sacrifice means a lot to me right now, these medals that I wear was a sacrifice that I made for the free Australia that I thought I grew up in, in the 80s and the 90s. And now as a father I got a 4 year old son and a 6 year old daughter going on 30, what freedom have they got? What was my service for? I want people to reflect on that”. 

An increasing amount of Australian Military servicemen have been taking part at rallies all over Australia with thousands showing love and respect during their speeches. “The crowd just goes wild when we see a digger speaking up for freedom, they just bring back the spirit of Australia we have been missing that last two years’ one man said at the Adelaide march.

These servicemen at the marches really challenge the neo-nazi narrative that many media organisations claim are the demographic of people who attend freedom marches around Australia. These are honorable men with great respect for Australia and this could really destroy the kind of protest demographic that much of the media is trying to betray. 

Protestors are often betrayed as extreme right wing and an anti fascist protest was held in Victoria last weekend aimed against the freedom rally. This group lashed out at independent journalist Rukshan when he tried to speak to the group regarding their stance.

These servicemen in the freedom movement, who have mostly retired, are not gagged by a work place and have nothing left to lose for speaking out. They will fight for the future freedom of generations to come and not much is able to hold them back from speaking their truth. There is not much more scary to these politicians than someone who has nothing to lose.

These diggers had to fight for our freedoms and now they must fight again! 

Paul and Ken speaking at the Rally
Adelaide Freedom Rally 20th November 2021


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