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Massive Crowds Gather in Perth CBD for Worldwide Rally for Freedom

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A peaceful pro-choice crowd estimated to be between 30 to 60 thousand had descended into Forrest Place in Perth at Midday Saturday 20th November, opposing COVID-19 vaccination for the workplace as well as erosion of their freedoms.

United in Solidarity COVID vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals current and former health care and emergency service workers, former police, families, and children of all ages turned out in force for the event.

The crowd turned up with beach balls, drums whistles, hooters, and placards which filled Forrest Place and parts of Murray Street Mall to the brim, in a happy and sometimes party-like atmosphere for the World Wide Rally for Freedom.

After the formalities of the event, the people of Perth peacefully marched together, taking-their message to Premier McGowan through the streets of Perth including Elisabeth Quay bringing  CBD traffic to a standstill.

With Worldwide Rally for Freedom gatherings happening in more than 120 countries including Australia, this weekend was the Perth people’s chance to shine and show their support for freedom. And that they did.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Great work
    Truth seeker
    People can deal with truth!
    Lies make people uncomfortable
    Keep going you will just grow and become what we have all been seeking
    True professional journalism

  2. I was truly moved by my experience at the rally on Saturday and this was the most accurate reporting of the event I have read.
    People need access to all the information in order to make an informed choice.
    Reading the articles posted by you guys is refreshing. Thank you.

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