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A group of 12 in Adelaide dressed as Handmaids to highlight the growing tyranny by the Australian Government. They held signs with messages such as ‘blessed be the fight’ and ‘your silence is compliance’.

The handmaids started in Rundle Park and walked through Rundle Mall. There were photo opportunities with some locals asking for photos, and some time spent standing at an intersection to spread the message to motorists.

Although only a small group they received a lot of attention in the city and started many conversations in Rundle Mall regarding vaccination choices. They received both negative and positive reactions by onlookers.

The protest was silent and very peaceful. Many spectators took flyers where they were invited to the Adelaide Freedom Rally, which will be held on the 20th this month as part of the World Wide Freedom Movement.

A man they passed preaching bible versus said “we have a right to what we put in our body, only God and I can make that choice”. One man who was working at a venue on Rundle Mall also took a flyer for the upcoming protest.

The city was busy with many different causes today from a vegan outreach protest to those spreading Gods message, although the Handmaids seem to have received all the attention in the mall.

The group is raising awareness about free medical choice and government overreach in Australia. The group was encouraging everyone to come together this month and attend the next Freedom Rally and they are hoping it will be the largest event in Adelaide.

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