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Re: Australian Native Mud Crime
« Reply #720 on: Yesterday at 22:37 »

Thousands of protesters will push ahead with Black Lives Matter rallies on Saturday as the prime minister and other leaders warned against the mass gatherings and NSW’s highest court banned Sydney’s demonstration.

NSW Supreme Court Justice Des Fagan on Friday declared the Stop All Black Deaths in Custody rally, organised by activist Raul Bassi, was not an authorised public assembly.

“The exercise of the fundamental right of assembly … is not taken away by the current public health order, it is deferred,” Justice Fagan said.

About 5000 people were expected to rally at Sydney Town Hall in honour of US man George Floyd and Australian David Dungay Jr., an Aboriginal man who died in prison in 2015

Rallies are also scheduled for Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Hobart, with Victorians warned they could be arrested for attending the march.

Organisers have urged people to follow social distancing regulations by demonstrating in groups of 20 and to stand 1.5m apart while following other pandemic safety measures such as using hand sanitiser

However Australia’s Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy said authorities feared an outbreak in indigenous communities where people are more vulnerable to COVID-19.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison urged people to find another way to protest as he warned the mass gatherings could risk rewinding Australia’s gains against the spread of the coronavirus.

As countries around the world remain in the grip of their own outbreaks, world leaders have issued similar warnings against people taking to the streets and risking further spread of COVID-19.

UK health secretary Matt Hancock said it was vital to avoid George Floyd protests as deaths in his country passed 40,000, only the second country after the US to reach that milestone.

In Paris, French police banned a demonstration planned outside the US Embassy, citing the risks of social disorder and health dangers

Let’s hope if they break the law they attending the cops will lock even more of these Abos up?! ....but knowing ZOG the Abos get off Scott free because of Gaol over representation.
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