Posted by: Gregoryno6 | October 10, 2021

Covid on video: interviews and statements.

On behalf of all the people resisting the covid insanity here in Lockdownunder, I’d like to say thank you to the rest of the world for turning your attention our way. It hasn’t been a lot of fun sitting under the critical spotlight. We’re feeling the heat, but our so-called leaders are feeling it even more.

So keep the pressure on! It’s going to get worse here before it gets better – but it will, eventually, get better.

Monica Smit, founder of Reignite Democracy Australia, has been one of the most prominent leaders of the resistance. Monica was recently interviewed by Michael Matt as part of the Catholic Identity Conference, held in Pittsburgh. Monica has displayed extraordinary courage in this battle, and RDA is a contact point for many of the different arms of the resistance. Addressing a live audience on the other side of the world, Monica told the story of her arrest and spoke about the strength she has found in her faith.

You can watch the interview here.

Graham Hood is another Australian standing up against the covid tyranny. Graham’s first video has been seen by millions; at a Tweed Heads protest rally he touched on one of the most interesting  aspects of the fight against the covid: the rise of new unions and organisations, brought about by workers who feel abandoned by the old unions.

George Christensen, the Federal MP who said it loud and clear in Parliament

shed further light on the new unions in conversation with Jack McGuire of Red Unions. Not sure what the ‘red’ refers to here, but it certainly isn’t a nod to Mr Lenin. George also spoke with Sydney lawyer Tony Nikolic regarding legal moves against the ‘no jab, no job’ policy.

To be in Lockdownunder is to know that this is, indeed, the best of times and the worst of times. Idiot politicians have dug themselves a very deep hole and would rather keep on digging than stop and admit their error. Tyranny stalks the land; coercion is its watchword. But there are sparks of light in the darkness. Whatever ill we have yet to face, I believe that good will emerge from it. For that reason too, keep your eyes upon Australia.


Responses

  1. I so hope you’re right Greg. Love your confidence.

    • Thanks, Kev. I take some heart from knowing that this sort of madness has gripped people in the past, and we survived it. We can survive it again.


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