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Thousands Gather for Melbourne World Wide Rally for Freedom on Saturday

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Thousands flocked to the steps of parliament house in Melbourne on Saturday 19th March for the 7th Worldwide Rally for freedom to support the fight to take back the rights and freedoms that the politicians have been slowly taking away over the past two years. The usual selection of signs and umbrellas with messages written on them could be seen far and wide. Despite many of the regular attendees being absent due to their presence in Canberra at the protests there, numbers were still in the thousands and loud noise and general disruption was still achieved.

One gentleman, who is deaf and suffers from Autism arrived inside a cage with signs attached to the outside. He has been a victim of bullying and now is also afraid to work; fearful that he will be bullied again.

With one sign on the cage saying, “victimised to victory
Severely bullied at work… TWICE in 2010 and 2019-20

I am Profoundly Deaf with Autism (Aspergers).

On a disability pension and afraid to work again due to anxiety & ASD.

Don’t want further stress from legal action suing former employer and dragged out court process. I just want to move on in life.

Struggling with depression and moving forward since I quit many drugs, smoking and alcohol in 2013 and have remained quit.

Between a rock and a hard place financially and legally.

I feel at times like suicide, but know that I have a purpose to help others hurt like me.

Want to establish a workplace for people with disabilities, particularly the vulnerable who are capable of working and have been victimised before.

Organic farming and gardening

Creative inventing and research to make environmentally sustainable products.

Training, encouragement, rehabilitation with that extra bit of care.

Production of a video series on health, cause/effect and the preventative cure.

When fully set up, want to seed similar places in other states of Australia to give hope to others who are hurting.

Please help me turn the last page and start a new chapter in life.”

The fight goes on. Every Saturday the crowd gathers on the steps of parliament house in Melbourne, some wearing t-shirts with slogans, some carrying signs, some carrying nothing and just there to support the cause. The fight will continue every week, rain hail or shine.

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