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A major incident occurred outside Parliament house today when an 18-year-old man pulled up at the intersection of Spring Street, Melbourne.

He proceeded to get out of his vehicle and jump up on the roof whilst holding a bow and arrow. At no time did the man arm the bow and arrow or raise it at anyone. He screamed out for Dan Andrews to come out.

Police rushed to the vehicle and disarmed the man, as the man pointed at officers and yelled, “I’m trying to help you man”. Police quickly took the man into custody before moving the car from the intersection and begun searching the vehicle.

The young man was taken away in an ambulance with suspected mental health issues. Victoria is currently seeing an epidemic of mental health problems caused by the pandemic and the extreme lockdown measures put in place by the Dan Andrews government. So many people have had their lives turned upside down from social isolation, job losses and business closures. Perhaps these social problems are the true pandemic of the last two years.

Video posted on social media showed a conversation between the person behind the camera and the man who was being taking into custody.

The man was clearly upset as he talked about the loss of his uncle from the vaccine. “My uncle, people I know have died, because of the vaccines (Inaudible) We have to sit here and take it. I love you, I love the world, I love the cops, I love everyone, I’m trying to help everyone,” he said.

The unidentified woman said with clear sorrow in her voice, “But now you’re going to get yourself in a lot of trouble for this,” The man responded with “I don’t care, my life’s not worth it”

It is clear to see that this man has suffered a great deal recently and has not acted in sound mind because of circumstance in his life. Many people are suffering from adverse vaccine effects, many people are suffering from the strain of life under what many would argue is a totalitarian regime whilst we deal with this pandemic. The effects of the intrusion into people’s lives, the forced mandates and the reported side effects of the vaccines are going to affect society well into the future, and mental health needs to be at the forefront of any recovery. But instead of focusing on this critical issue, Dan Andrews is instead using the pandemic to push the most extreme bill ever submitted into Victorian parliament that would see him have supreme control. A bill that sends shivers down many people’s spine, and rightfully so. That is why we have seen day after day of protests and today was no different with protestors on the steps of parliament again.

But it has not taken long for mainstream media to paint a different story than the truth with 7News reporter Lucy Mae Beers attempting to link the protestors who were in attendance with the man, with a comment in her report that ridiculously suggested that it was part of the protest.

“The incident is believed to have been part of a protest as a small group had gathered on the steps of parliament earlier” wrote Lucy Mae Beers

Today was just another chapter in a deepening crisis of epic proportions in Melbourne as everyday people try to make sense of the past two years and try and hold on to the hope of freedom once again.

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