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Protestors took to Melbourne Street in light of Salvos discrimination

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Protestors took to Bourke Street in Melbourne Wednesday to protest against the discrimination and segregation the Salvos are perpetrating against the “unvaccinated” by closing their doors to “unvaccinated” people.

Signs were written out onto A3 pages and taped to the windows of the Salvation Army head office displaying questions and statements such as, “WHAT HAPPENED TO HUMAN RIGHTS?”, “WHERE’S THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT?”, “WHERE IS CHRISTIANITY?”, “WHO WILL HELP THE POOR?”, “WHAT HAPPENED TO FREEDOM OF CHOICE?”, “JESUS WOULD NOT SEGREGATE”, “JESUS WENT WITH THE LEPERS”, “SEGREGATION IS CRIMINAL”, “OP SHOPS ARE AN ESSENTIAL SERVICE”, and “YOU ARE BREAKING THE FOLLOWING COMMONWEALTH & INTERNATIONAL LAWS…. – PRIVACY ACT 1988 (Cth) SECTION 94H – NUREMBERG CODE (It’ll) ARTICLE 1, 6 – BIOSECURITY ACT 2015 (Cth) s95 – COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA CONSTITUTION ACT 1900 s51 (xxiiiA) s5, s109 – DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION ACT 1992 (sec 4 & 6)”

The protest was polite, peaceful, and done with compassion. The protestors stood up for those who are now out of work due to illegal governmental mandates, who may no longer be able to afford to feed and clothe their children, those who most need access to op shops. The protest was led by Michael Gray Griffith and Damien Richardson from Café Locked Out and was live-streamed by several people to various platforms to make sure the message was heard worldwide. Also making an appearance was Real Rukshan and Morgan C Jonas, among others.

The purpose of the protest was to attempt to get the Salvos to understand that mandates are not laws and Commonwealth, and International Laws override them. Also, to try to make them realise that by refusing admission to unvaccinated people, they are going against the very thing they stand for – the glory of God and for the salvation of the people.

Making an appearance for the entertainment of the people was Ivan Beecroft, a songwriter/musician from Melbourne who has previously been a major contributor in Melbourne’s underground music scene for the past two decades. He performed several songs throughout the three-hour-long protest. After the protest had been going for about 2 hours the people all joined in for a couple of verses of the Carol “Silent Night”, led by Damien and Michael, trying to keep the Christmas Spirit alive.

Damien and Michael were using handheld transistor megaphones to get the message heard, and they were later joined by Travis Thicke and Billy Illfreshar who made their appearance in a convertible car with megaphones.

This protest is just one more in the long line of protests that have been going on throughout this pandemic. There will be more. The people want to be heard, and they want their rights and their freedoms to be restored.

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  1. Typical go along with the evil govt. to get their tax exemption & money, similar to churchs. Salvos are not christian they allow homosexuality in their workplace and do not celebrate the eucharist in their church services. A huge fundamental doctrinal error, that is why they have been a corporation only for years.

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