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Saturday, November 20, it was Tasmania’s turn to show some support to our fellow Australians and to protest against vaccine mandates. Although some sectors of the Tasmanian work force are yet to be mandated, thousands of workers have lost their employment around the state. 

Around 1000 turned up at the parliament lawns in the state’s capital in a peaceful demonstration of pro-choice. With speakers from these sectors sharing their stories, including nurses and pharmacists explaining to both the vaccinated and unvaccinated crowd how it’s not only affected them but their friends and family and the Tasmanian community.

Over 2000 healthcare workers have been have lost their jobs across the state, which is affecting both highly populated areas and small towns alike. One small town in Northeast Tasmania has lost 6 medical professionals and is struggling to replace them.

On the same day as the millions march across all capital cities in Australia, Tasmania is also speaking out, with another protest scheduled for next Saturday at civic square Launceston.

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  1. This is brilliant! People need to realise that these ‘jab or lose you job’ mandates are not only an abuse of the human rights that were fought for and mandated, in the Nuremberg Nazi Trials of 1945, which Australia is a signatory to,that it is a human right to be protected from and not forced to accept experimental medical treatment (which these Covid ‘vaccines’ are admitted to being such by the manufacturers themselves, as it usually takes 6-9 years for a vaccine to be approved safe for human use). But also, the type of language and propaganda used by the government e.g. Brad Hazzard and the media, against the ‘unclean’ (the un-jabbed) is frighteningly similar to that of the Nazis against the Jews e.g. taking away there civil liberties and their ability to have a job. Constantly putting them down as a burden to society.

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